Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Ever since we were in high school, my dear friend, Clarissa Saclag--who's also an architect--was already active in various outreach programs. Recently, she messaged me and shared a project of hers called ARCHITECTure Student Graduate Gives Back. 

This will benefit the less fortunate kids at Libmanan Sibol School in Camarines Sur, Bicol. This organization previously consisted of architects, but now other professions are welcomed to be a part of their advocacy.
So I told myself why not? It's my chance to give back, raise awareness, and do something worthwhile.
They are many ways to help out. You can buy a shirt from Doodle Corner for only P290. The proceeds will be given to 300 less fortunate kids of Libmanan and Manila street kids.
This will also help in the refurbishment of Libmanan Sibol School.
You can also sponsor educational materials such as crayons, pad papers, notebook, pencils, coloring books, learning toys, rulers, scissors, and glues. If you want to be a volunteer, you can also email them.
Lastly, you can also show your support by donating to the cause. Any amount will do. 

You can contact them through the following:

Engage, connect, and help now!

Love lots, xx

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