MLBA Heroes

April 9, 2020

Read and share stories from around the globe that highlight our local MBLA Heroes.

We are so excited to share that our first #MLBAHero is Novias Davila, the aunt of Alorica employee Tino Davila. Novias has dedicated her Chicago-based dress shop to make face masks for her community. Novias and her employees have committed themselves to producing masks for locals in her community, nearby health clinics and lunch program workers providing meals to students. So far they have made over 1,000 masks! Check out this article to find out more about what Novias and her dress shop are doing to stop the spread of #COVID19 in their neighborhood here.

We’d love to see your #MLBAHero! Share a photo of them on your MLBA’s local site page and let us know what they have been doing to make a difference by sending us an email at 7, 2020

This week our #MLBAHeroes are Alorica employee, Lisa Grandstaff, and the amazing volunteers at Lifepoint Church’s Culpepper, Richmond, Spotsylvania, Fredericksburg, King George, and Stafford campuses! Lisa and the Lifepoint Church volunteers in Virginia have mobilized their efforts to help their community during the #COVID19 pandemic. From delivering groceries to writing cards for the elderly, and even helping man an Emergency Operations Center to field #COVID19 calls, these volunteers are working around the clock to help their community fight the #coronavirus. Thank you for your hard work and tremendous efforts, Lisa and Lifepoint Church Virginia.

April 14, 2020

This week we are thrilled to announce that our #MLBAhero is Brendan Wang! Brendan, dedicates his free time during the #coronavirus pandemic to walk his elderly neighbor’s dog. As a co-founder and active volunteer of Irvine chapter’s MLBA NextGen program, Brendan shows that during this time of crisis little things make a difference, especially for the most vulnerable. Thank you Brendan for your hard work and kind heart! #MLBAlorica #MLBAfamily #covid19 #coronavirus #giveback #kindness

April 21, 2020

Thank you healthcare heroes! This week, our #MLBAhero is the dedicated and selfless healthcare workers. From wearing layers of uncomfortable personal protective equipment for countless hours to having to eat dinner across the hall from your own family, we know you are working tirelessly and risking your lives for us. With so many around the world affected by the #coronavirus, we recognize that your work has become more urgent and difficult than ever and your bravery does not go unnoticed. Thank you for being on the front lines to fight the #coronavirus and protect us. Help thank our healthcare heroes by posting on your page with the hashtag #healthcareheroes

April 28, 2020

We are thrilled to see so many amazing people helping their communities, especially our seniors! This week our #MLBAhero is Alorica Guatemala employee, Madelyn Paniagua, from Primma. Unfortunately, many elderly in her community are not able to provide food for their families. Madelyn collected donations to purchase 10 bags of groceries that were delivered to homes in Zona 1. Thank you Madelyn and volunteers for your generous contributions and compassion. If you’d like to help, they will be hosting another grocery delivery at the end of the month, and would love to have additional volunteers or donations! Please email

May 6, 2020 Many are struggling to get food and other crucial needs during the #coronavirus pandemic. This week our #MLBAhero is Alorica Philippines employee and Sangguniang Kabataan Kagawad (neighborhood youth leader) Alexandra ✨! While waiting for her work at home deployment to begin, Alexandra has been giving back to her community in Quezon City by distributing disinfectant and face masks 😷 to help her neighbors stay safe 😊 Thank you Alexandra for thinking of the needs of those around you! 💙 #mlbalorica

May 12, 2020

You could save lives even if you’re not a healthcare provider! Just ask Tatiana Del Moral, this week’s #MLBAhero and one of our Alorica employees from Panama. Hospitals are in desperate need of blood donations, so Tatiana answered the call by donating blood to the Social Security Hospital C.S.S in Panama. Shenoted, “It is important that in difficult times we share our hearts!” Thank you, Tatiana for generously sharing your heart and bravely donating your blood. #MLBAlorica#MLBAPanama

May 19, 2020

It’s during the hard times when it’s even more important to help those in need. This week we are excited to announce that our #MLBAhero is Alorica Philippines employee Ramil Sadoenas and his family! The Sadoenas family has distributed over 200 disaster relief goods to families in Caloocan City. Thank you Ramil and the Sadoenas family for your generous contributions and for being leaders in your community! #mlbalorica

May 26, 2020

Like many graduates across the country, this week’s #MLBAHeroNallely Rodriguez Villasenor’s senior activities were canceled including her graduation. 🎓 As a MLBA NextGen volunteer, she has helped serve the underprivileged in her Southern California community. Let’s celebrate Nallely and all of this year’s graduates who are making a difference. Please post a pic of your 2020 graduate and tag us @MLBAlorica 💙 Congratulations Nallely and all of our graduates! 🥳 #MLBAlorica

June 9th, 2020

This week’s #MLBAHero is so sweet that she lets her baking do the talking! 👩‍🍳 New Jersey-based graduate student and Samuel D.J. Cali Foundation volunteer Melissa Levinson is our inspiring #MLBAHero this week! 💙 Melissa is an avid baker who has been baking up a storm since COVID-19 hit for first responders from the West Orange Police Station and healthcare workers at Morrison Medical Center. Thank you Melissa for your talent, thoughtfulness and tasty treats! 🍪 #MLBAlorica