By Christina Erbon

Angat Buhay chairperson Leni Robredo flaunted the newly finished and blessed Angat Buhay Office and Museo ng Pag-asa (Museum of Hope) in a Facebook post on Friday, August 5.

Photo Courtesy of Atty. Leni Robredo (Facebook)

The former Vice President shared photos of the three-story building, painted with colorful murals of artists Toym Leon Imao and Robert Alejandro. The building houses her office, conference rooms, offices and a museum of her campaign paraphernalia and souvenirs.

There is no date yet on when Museo ng Pag-asa will be open to public.

Robredo also said that she is looking forward to more initiatives as they had their second Angat Pinas Inc. board meeting.

"A month since we launched as a non-government organization, and there is so much to look forward to several ongoing initiatives, more opportunities to help, and so much interest among partners and volunteers who wish to take part in our advocacies," she wrote.

Robredo also expressed her gratitude to partners, particularly Architect Peach Buencamino, Ronnie Traballo, and landscape designer Shirley Sanders of ‘Gardens by Sanders’ for sharing their talents in helping design the office.

“Special thanks to our partners who have worked hard to create this beautiful space for Angat Buhay’s new chapter! Napakasuwerte namin dahil sa patuloy niyong pakikiisa at pagmamahal,” she said.

Edited by Khezyll Galvan