For its 40th anniversary, the UP Sigma Alpha Nu Sorority embarked on a legacy project. Part of the principles of the sorority is Social Awareness and Nationalism. Because of this, the sorority deemed it important to give back to the community and help the poorest sectors of the country. In partnership with Project Malasakit, Sigma … Continue reading Sigma Alpha Nu Daycare Center
Pilar Elementary School in Bolinao, Pangasinan has 465 students but only 9 classrooms. But one can hardly call them functioning classrooms. 2 of the classrooms are dilapidated; 2 are just just makeshift classrooms with blackboards serving as “walls”; some classrooms don’t have chairs; and the principal’s office is just a table and chair set up … Continue reading School Renovation for Bolinao Pangasinan
“The mountains of Mindoro have become my second home. And the mangyan people… my second family. Unfortunately, because majority of the mangyans live in remote mountainous areas, access to education, health services and electricity have been very difficult. It has become my life mission to somehow bring them closer to light. I thank our partners … Continue reading Help for the Mangyans (Partnership with Rotary Club of San Juan and Fil-Canadian community)
We did it! 4 Project Malasakit outreach programs in 2 days! We were able to serve 4 Aeta communities who were affected by the earthquake in Central Luzon. Gave out groceries and water to 900 Aeta families and school supplies to almost 300 students. Sulit ang pagod 😊 salamat sa aming donors: Ayala Foundation, Inc., Ruel Maranan, Baliuag … Continue reading Help for the Aeta Earthquake Victims of Pampanga
We were fortunate to get another grant from the Rotary Club of Walkerville based in Australia. This time, they provided a water catchment facility for the daycare center in Sitio Kapehan, Bansud Mindoro Oriental. The Mangyans in this part of the mountains of Bansud have limited access to water. This will augment their water supply.
In 2017, Project Malasakit received a grant from leading French investment bank BNP Paribas through their Help2Help program. The funds we received were used to renovate an abandoned and dilapidated multi-purpose hall in Sitio Camachile Brgy. Nabuklod, Floridablanca Pampanga. Sitio Camachile is home to 100 Aeta families. One needs to cross a river and hike … Continue reading BNP Paribas Health Center for Aetas