Balik-Eskwela Outreach Project in Antipolo

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I had fun in my very unusual trip last July 6. Unusual because I didn’t trek path going to falls, it’s not about Philippine festival, neither chilling nor relaxing in the beach rather it’s all about helping hands, a Balik Eskwela Outreach Project of Hatid Kalinga Charities. This is my second time this year that I attended an outreach project, the first was the corporate social responsibility program initiated and conducted by the company,  SPi Global.

Hatid Kalinga Charities, started in 2008 wherein their first beneficiary held in White Cross Children’s Home on June 2009.  Now, they already helped 8 institutions/schools including orphanage and home for the elderly and they have 6 scholars.

Together with my newly found friends, some of the members of Hatid Kalinga, we traveled almost 2 hours from Manila to Calawis, Antipolo to bring enjoyment to the kids of Binayoyo, Elementary School with our carried endowment of happiness. Simple assistance that will surely be helpful to their studies and learning.

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We ‘re sorry for the kids who have waited so long under the the heat of noontime. Maybe if we have a chance next time, we will arrive earlier.

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We’re on the Principal’s office to prepare the set-up/package of the school supplies that will be given to the kids outside.

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Mr. Ron Mia, the head of this project, giving short yet meaningful message to the kids of Binayoyo, Elementary School.

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Giving school supplies to the kids…

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Say “cheese” future leaders… cheers!

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Kids, all of our pictures have been photographed by Mylene Cababat 🙂

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Together with the kids of Binayoyo, Elementary School. We are paid in six figures… S-M-I-L-E-S

I’m glad to be involved in their team. Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful and committed citizens can indeed, possibly change the world. They don’t get paid, not because they’re worthless, but because they’re priceless.

You may not have saved a lot of money, but if you have saved a lot of heartaches for others, you are a pretty rich man.

 Volunteers are love in motion!

 

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