Lubang Island sits 25 miles NW of Mindoro and was known for Lt. Hiroo Onoda, the last Japanese soldier from WWII to surrender, in 1975. It has an abundance of fresh food, clean water and air. Marine 7 had to wait a few days for Tropical Storm Urduja to blow through before launching into the […]
We are proud to show you that Amanda Abizaid one of our greatest supporters has been featured in an article in forbes! Here is a message from her as well as the link to the article below: HI guys, I wanted to share this new amazing article. Thank you for this opportunity. I’m excited to […]
Our Foundation doesn’t stop giving, whenever we can, even across storms, we travel to provide the help this schools deserve, here is another school we donated to. Mouse Over on Picture to Navigate between the PDFs Mouse Over on Picture to Navigate between the PDFs
To enable kids to have a better future. That is our dream, our motto. “If you plant the seed, they will succeed”. Which is why we are donating 10 ea. Acer Switch 10 Laptop/Tablets, 10 Unic WiFi Projectors, 10 Scandisk Flash Drives, 10 mice, and 20 solar lights. whose total is around 400k to Libsong […]
Under the request of Governor Dy and Vice Governor Albano of Tuguegarao we donated 420 Solar Lights and a Case of MREs (Meal Ready to Eat) to Isabella schools impacted by Typhoon Lawin, we flew directly from Pampanga to Tuguegarao to help this people out, when we saw what happened to these schools, we were […]
Vigan, Ilocos Sur (Mindoro Elementary School)
Casiguran (M. Esteves and Dibet Elementary School)
Palanan (Palanan Central School)
Iba, Zambales (Santo Rosario Elementary School)
Delivery of Solar Lights to Aeta village “Haduan”
LATEST WIT SYSTEM DONATION: Jim Ang of Princeton, New Jersey, now living in Bacolod, presenting 9 Laptops with 9 Smart Projectors, to the Bata Elementary I school in Bacolod, Negros Occidental.
Supporting our efforts to help Philippine kids has nothing to do with putting a band-aid on poverty. By making state-of-the art teaching technology available, while at the same time seeing to the need for proper food and clothing, your contributions insure a prosperous personal and professional future for young minds in a country that has more trade growth potential than Singapore, Thailand, and Korea, combined.
Given a good start with opportunities to achieve, the 4th grader growing up today in a squatter camp will – within only 10 short years – develop into the green technologies developer, biophysicist or environmental engineer your organization will employ, making the planet a better place for all of us.
An investment in Philippine schools is an investment in the future of our world… the world of our children.
In accordance with IRS Publication 526 (2009), Charitable Contributions to Schools are 100% Deductible.