Two public schools in Western Visayas (Region 6) received durable and comfortable chairs from the Seat of Hope program of the Isla Lipana & Co. Foundation, Inc. (ILCFI).
Dumulog National High School in Roxas City received 200 arm chairs from ILCFI in partnership with the Gerry Roxas Foundation (GRF) last October. Atty. Mary Assumption B. Villareal, a Trustee of the Isla Lipana & Co. Foundation (center) signed the deed of donation.
In photo from left are: Mr. Ricky Villareal, School Principal Cecilia Bornales, GRF Managing Director Annie Villaruz, Atty. Mary Assumption Villareal, CESO VI OIC-Schools Division Superintendent Felisa Beriong, Education Program Supervisor of Roxas City Division Ramon Paras, and Education Program Specialist II in Mobilization and Networking Ma. Lira Cynthia B. Quejada.
Seat of Hope chairs find their way to Dumulog National High School in Roxas City.
Dilapidated chairs that are no longer safe to use were replaced by new Seat of Hope chairs donated by the Foundation.
Quezon National High School in San Carlos City, Negros Occidental, on the other hand received 150 chairs from the Isla Lipana & Co. Foundation.
The Seat of Hope program of the Isla Lipana & Co. Foundation aims to provide a favorable learning experience to students in selected public elementary and high schools nationwide. As of October 2018, the Foundation has donated 4,998 classroom chairs to 36 public schools.
Teachers and students of Quezon National High School in San Carlos, Negros Occidental.
Students are happy to receive their brand-new chairs from the Foundation's Seat of Hope program.
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