The Autism Society Philippines (ASP) is a national, non-profit organization dedicated to the well-being of persons with autism spectrum disorder. The ASP has been in the forefront of providing services and training to families living with autism.

03 July 2018

30 Peaks at 30

Help ASP celebrate our 30th anniversary in 2019 by projects and events that celebrate the advocacy. Let us know and let us get the community involved! #ASPat30

One of the incredible ideas came from the employees of Abraham Holdings, who have been happily serving as volunteers for ASP’s annual Angels Walk for Autism since 2014. In celebration of ASP’s thirty years of public service, Gab Escalante, thought of simple acts of tribute through the team’s other passion -- mountain climbing, The team, including friends and Abraham colleagues, have committed to climbing 30 mountains for ASP’s 30th year -- thus, #30PeaksAt30.

Conquering 30 mountains for ASP’s 30th is a gesture of joy in volunteerism; and one of love and support for Filipino families living with autism. The team is carrying the ASP banner to the mountain tops -- a symbol of our shared aspiration for more acceptance, accommodation and appreciation for persons with autism.

Here are the summits this intrepid group of adventurers have conquered, working towards a target 30 mountain tops by 2019.

1) Mount Tapulao in Palauig, Zambales on 3 February 2018

Gab, Jearwin, and Jeravy of Hidden Leaf Mountaineering Ninja at the summit of Mount Tapulao

2) Mount Namandiraan in Cervantes, Ilocos Sur on 27 February 2018

Gabriel and Jeravy with the Osprey outdoor bags at the camp site and summit of Mount Namandiraan
3) Mount Malipunyo / Mount Malarayat in Batangas and Laguna on 04 March 2018


Kat, Jearwin, Jeravy, Andrew, Gab, Mikko, Kelbin, Jane, Mike at the summit of Mount Malipunyo / Mount Malarayat

4) Mount Manabu in Santo Tomas, Batangas on 04 March 2018

Jearwin, Andrew, Kelbin, Gab, Mikko, Jeravy, Mike at the summit of Mount Manabu

5) Mount Ugo in Kayapa, Nueva Vizcaya and Tinongdan Itogon, Benguet on 04 April 2018

Andrew, Jeravy, Jenn, IJ, Gab, Jearwin, Joselito, and John at the summit of Mount Ugo

6) Mount Halcon in Baco, Oriental Mindoro on 29 April 2018

Gabriel Mellejor, leader of this 30-summit project and also member of Hidden Leaf Mountaineers, with his friend John Balagapo of Burados Mountaineers at the summit of Mount Halcon

7) Osmena Peak in Dalaguete, Cebu on 11 July 2018

Aldri, Michelle, Liz, Jeravy, Shembs, Sergio, Jheng, Gab, and Jhet at the Osmena Peak



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