Monday, November 25, 2013

Save 100 Filipino Needy Children Stay In School


We sincerely thank you for your support to ARALPINOY.ORG INC through GlobalGiving. We would like to sincerely appeal for your generous online donation in behalf of the 100 children, many of whom are relatives and family friends of the victims of the Super Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan) who lost everything. 

With a minimum of $10 dollars / ₱ 436.28 pesos it will help ensure that we can continue saving these 100 Filipino needy children from economically disadvantaged families in a community of informal settler-families (ISFs) here in Parañaque City, Metro Manila.

Project Name: Save 100 Filipino Needy Children Stay In School Project Id: 15234

We are accepting donations on Monday, November 25, 2013 at 13:00 PM EST!
 You can click and donate to our project page here: http://www.globalgiving.org/projects/save-100-filipino-needy-children-stay-in-school/
  A shorter url for Twitter, SMS, or Facebook is here: http://goto.gg/15234

We know there are a lot of other ways you could spend the money, since you believe in our cause, you will save these 100 Filipino needy children. 

Please consider telling your friends and family about our project - share the link on your blogs or social networks. You know your family and friends best, so please tell them why you chose our project and what it means to you.
   

Thank you again for all your support to this cause.

With gratitude,

Antonio Levy S. Ingles, Jr., Ph.D. 
Founder ARALPINOY.ORG INC
www.aralpinoy.net

Project Leader for Aral Pinoy 
in GlobalGiving Foundation 
www.globalgiving.org

Thursday, November 14, 2013

Help my people. There is no small help, All are equally important!

While there are international helps that are coming in, it is our utmost concern and we are convinced that our little effort to find DIRECT HELP is urgent and necessary.



Aral Pinoy (Education Philippines) is helping Malapascua, Cebu, Philippines and Puerto Princessa (Coron), Palawan, Philippines.

If you wish to donate in CASH, any amount raised will be given to these communities that were severely hit by typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan).
 
We have contacts with direct influence and connections to these communities and they will send you relevant updates, expense reports and photos about the relief operations this weekend. Please email us the deposit slip to acknowledge receipt of proof of deposit.

Make a deposit to:

Account Name: ARALPINOY.ORG INC
Account Number: 00-2771-0020-75
Bank Name: Bank of the Philippine Islands (Current Account)
SWIFT Code: BOPIPHMM


or

via Credit Card, go to this link below:
http://aralpinoy.blogspot.com/2012/11/donate.html

Thank you very much!


Antonio Levy S. Ingles, Jr., Ph.D.
Educator/ Founder
ARALPINOY.ORG,INC.

www.aralpinoy.net
(632) 09178661006

Sunday, October 13, 2013

Donate

Donate via Credit Card:

DONATE DOLLAR ONLINE! 
HELP ARAL PINOY VIA PAYPAL!

click here

 
DONATE PESO ONLINE! 
HELP ARAL PINOY VIA PAYPAL!

click here

Donate via Bank Deposit:

Account Number00-2771-0020-75
Account NameARALPINOY.ORG INC
Bank NameBank of the Philippine Islands
BranchVito Cruz St. Scholastica, Malate
SWIFT CodeBOPIPHMM

Wednesday, August 21, 2013

Help 50 Disadvantaged Filipino Youth Earn Diplomas




Project Message: 
"My big dream is to be a certified public accountant and this
project will fulfill my dream by supporting my schooling
expenses. I will find a job right away after
graduation to support my family." 
~ Richard V. La Rosa, Accounting Management Student

My name is Richard V. La Rosa, born June 15, 1993, 20 years of age, from Banay Banay 2.0, San Jose, Batangas  I‘m a  4th year student in (BSU) Batangas State University, Batangas City, taking up Accounting Management. My mother’s name is Adela M. Virrey-La Rosa, 53 years old and born on September 08, 1959. She is under graduate of elementary and had no work or job as of now since she takes care of my father due to his illness. My father’s name is Melchor L. La Rosa, 57 years old and born on January 06, 1956 . He graduated from elementary and a jeepney driver. Last year he was diagnosed with lung cancer and died on May 08, 2013. We are eight siblings in the family.

I am a working student since I was 2nd year high school up to now. But due to my hectic schedule, I worked during Saturday and Sunday only for me to have my transportation fare and school allowance during my school days.

(Pinagkakasya ko po ang pera ko kaya minsan nagbabaon ako ng tinapay o kanin.) You could imagine how I tried to meet both ends on a meager money, so once in a while I simply brought along in school either bread or rice.

I really need to have a financial assistance. Because with my busy schedule with my thesis, assignment and others, I need to have an extra income to support all my expenses. 

My big dream is to be a certified public accountant and this project will fulfill my dream by supporting my schooling expenses. I will find a job right away after graduation to support my family.

I will help my other siblings and support my sisters to continue their studies since they chose to stop in order for me to finish my studies. I also want to have a business of my own for my mother,  that can support not only my family but also other people like PSAC and Aral Pinoy were doing. I was so touched the way they help other people. No pretensions, no anything. 

So, I really need to graduate this April to fulfill my dreams and be someone that my other siblings can rely on. My daily schooling allowance is not enough for Monday until Friday. And I was so thankful that I'm part of Aral Pinoy project and will be a recipient of schooling allowance. I am hoping and praying to God for the chance that I will be selected.

(Maraming maraming salamat po.!)
Many many thanks!

Antonio Levy S. Ingles, Jr., Ph.D.
Founder
ARALPINOY.ORG INC
www.aralpinoy.net

Project Leader
for Aral Pinoy
in www.globalgiving.org/donate/16267/aralpinoy-org-inc

High School Students

1. Aguila, Kimberly Ann
2. Alvarez, Che-Che R.
3. Andal, Norie Ros
4. Andaya, Cielou
5. Balunos, Lucky Christian A.
6. Bugtong, Ruby
7. Calalo, Cheska O.
8. De Chavez, Patrick Renz
9. De La Cruz, Marie Rose S.
10. Dolar, Levy A.
11. Katigbak, Noriel A.
12. Lajarca, Joyce Ann R.
13. Laylo, Raymart N.
14. Laylo, Vanna Mae H.
15. Llanes, Kristyl V.
16. Loren Joy Regio
17. Lospe, Rowena P.
18. Mabiling, Israel C.
19. Magabo, Russel G.
20. Mallillin, Peta Mikkaela A.
21. Mantuano, Rhoa Micaela
22. Medina, Aljohn Paul L.
23. Mercado, Cedrick F.
24. Mercado, Lucky Bryan T.
25. Miralles, Christine F.
26. Montañez, Mark Aldrin V.
27. Ona, Jhon Paul
28. Ongkit, Jenessa
29. Padua, Jesselyn A.
30. Ramos, Dennica Hannah A.
31. Rueca, Hannah A.
32. Saldua, Shierlyn P.
33. Villanueva, Dianne Kathleen
34. Villanueva, Ed Paulo C.

College Students
1. Arellano, Aldren
2. Bon, Joel V.
3. Dapoc, Angelica
4. De La Cruz, Angelyn M.
5. Dimatatac, Jeanette
6. Gallago, Mary Ann P.
7. Galo, Ina Austria
8. Galupo, Alexander
9. La Rosa, Richard V.
10. Lozada, Paul August V.
11. Marcial, Marie Kris F.
12. Matulac, Shiela Mae P.
13. Ocampo, Absolom
14. Ona, Leona Jane E.
15. Panggat, Leighton
16. Sauro, Mary Rose V.

Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Aral Pinoy Education Kick-Off Campaign

Please support ARALPINOY.ORG INC a.k.a. Aral Pinoy as it officially announces its education kick-off campaign for 50 Filipino graduating students both high school and college. These deserving youths are from economically disadvantaged families in Batangas, Southern Luzon, Philippines and Aral Pinoy will provide them free meals and transportation allowance for six months to earn their high school and college diplomas.
What: September 2013 Global Open Challenge (September 1-30, 2013)
Why: Help 50 Disadvantaged Filipino Youth Earn Diplomas
When: September 1, 2013 - September 30, 2013
Where: Via Online
 
GlobalGiving challenges Aral Pinoy to join the September 2013 Global Open Challenge by writing and submitting a project/fundraising proposal to raise $5,000 from 40 unique donors (or more) from September 1, 2013 - September 30, 2013. Aral Pinoy will give schooling assistance to 50 students. The fund will go to them.

Antonio Levy S. Ingles, Jr., Ph.D.
Founder
ARALPINOY.ORG INC

www.aralpinoy.net

Project Leader
for Aral Pinoy
in
www.globalgiving.org/donate/16267/aralpinoy-org-inc

Thursday, August 1, 2013

ARALPINOY.ORG INC is GlobalGiving Partner

 
The GlobalGiving Team during the workshop last July 5 at UP,
Ana Langdon (alangdon@globalgiving.org) & Sandra Dickison (sdickison@globalgiving.org)
 
Everything started last July 5, 2013 at GlobalGiving (GG) Workshop in Manila (UP Diliman). On July 15, I submitted Aral Pinoy's application to GG. On August 1, with your 100% support, I'm now a Project Leader for ARALPINOY.ORG INC on GlobalGiving.

Congratulations to all of us! Thank you for this very rare opportunity. Thank you to PSAC! Thanks to Mr. John Hecklinger, the Chief Program Officer of GlobalGiving.

Since 2012, De La Salle-University, Manila is already a Permanent Member of GlobalGiving. The following link is De La Salle's current project: www.globalgiving.org/projects/philippines-disaster-response/

At present ARALPINOY.ORG INC is now a "Probationary Member".

To be a Permanent Member, GlobalGiving challenges Aral Pinoy to join the September 2013 Global Open Challenge by writing and submitting a project/fundraising proposal to raise $5,000 from 40 unique donors (or more) from September 1, 2013 - September 30, 2013. Aral Pinoy will give schooling assistance to 50 students. The fund will go to Aral Pinoy Scholars.


Antonio Levy S. Ingles, Jr., Ph.D.
Founder
ARALPINOY.ORG INC

www.aralpinoy.net

Project Leader
for Aral Pinoy
in www.globalgiving.org/donate/16267/aralpinoy-org-inc/

 

A JOURNEY WITH MERIT By Mark Aethen G. Agana

 
A couple of months ago, I found an online global community that recognizes the efforts of young people around the globe. It also seeks to empower them through providing an avenue for sharing ideas, dreams and vision. This global initiative transpired in an online platform called World Merit. 

World Merit aims to bring people together for a common purpose. Each year, the community selects an ambassador who will travel around the world to share the vision, work on social projects, meet world leaders and provide more opportunities towards inspiring the next generation. 

I was fortunate enough to be one of the finalists vying for this year’s Your Big Year (YBY) Ambassadorship. Competition tasks consisted of organizing an event to introduce World Merit in the community and documenting the stories of experts from various merit disciplines- highlighting their big year, the importance of their discipline and the aim to support the future generation. The process of completing these tasks has given me the opportunity to get to know the people of Merit, people whom I deeply admire.  

By the end of August, YBY’s chosen top 12 will fly to San Francisco, California and be among the Merit Champions to compete in the final round of the competition. The winner will become an Ambassador and will pursue a one-year global journey of World Merit. 

MERIT NEXT is the next big thing for the Merit community - the world’s most accessible and moving leadership program for millennials. This month-long program and internship will enable a handful of young and exceptional individuals to travel the world to learn, hands-on, from industry experts in the fields of media, business, entrepreneurship, culture, politics and public services, science and technology. 

Leading this network is a pool of talented professionals working around the clock to assist the community. Heading the team is Chris Arnold, World Merit founder and creator of YBY. Chris’ primary goal of creating the community is to be able to link talents to opportunities and present young people with an effective network to industry leaders and mentors with strong knowledge base and a dose of inspiration. 

Here are some of the interviews I conducted- inspiring stories of real people and how they, in their own efforts, supported the youth of today: 
 
Sen. Bam Aquino, Republic of the Philippines (Expert on Politics)
Your Big Year Interview - Senator Bam Aquino from Mark Aethen Agana on Vimeo. Interview link: https://vimeo.com/69704731

Ms. Cherrie Atilano, Founder & Social Entrepreneur of AgriCool (Expert on Social Entrepreneurship)
Your Big Year Interview - Ms. Cherrie Atilano from Mark Aethen Agana on Vimeo. Interview link: https://vimeo.com/69800622

Ms. Elma Arboleras, Filipino Inventor, iBus Project (Expert on Science & Technology)

Your Big Year Interview - Ms. Elma Arboleras from Mark Aethen Agana on Vimeo. Interview link: https://vimeo.com/70720850

Prof. Michael “Xiao” Chua, Philippine Historian (Expert on Culture)
Your Big Year Interview - Prof. Michael "Xiao" Chua from Mark Aethen Agana on Vimeo. Interview link: https://vimeo.com/70826737

Ms. Pacita “Chit” Juan, Founder & Former CEO of Figaro Coffee Co. (Expert on Business)

Your Big Year Interview - Ms. Pacita "Chit" Juan from Mark Aethen Agana on Vimeo. Interview link: https://vimeo.com/71020118

Ms. Jamela Aisha Alindogan, Producer & Broadcast Journalist, Al Jazeera English (Expert on Media)
Your Big Year Interview - Ms. Jamela Aisha Alindogan from Mark Aethen Agana on Vimeo. Interview link: https://vimeo.com/71234983

Hearing the stories of these individuals and how they made it big in their respective fields has been a liberating experience. True, it is inspiration and determination combined that pushed them in achieving so much. Believe in your Dreams. That was what most of them said.

From the words of Jamela Alingdongan, “When you want something, you follow through it. You stick to it and have the tenacity to really push through with what you want."

Talking about dreams, Prof. Xiao Chua tells the generation of today, "If you have dreams for yourself do not forget to include even a small part of it for your country."

Cherie Atilano, on the other hand, chose to stay in the country to help fellow farmers instead of a Fulbright scholarship offer. Her heart for the locals made her successful as a social entrepreneur at a young age. This same love for country is what fires up Chit Juan and Elma Arboleras to keep on fighting for a better Philippines.

The Filipino youth holds a big part in nation-building. People like Bam strived to empower the Filipino youth by providing them the right opportunities to maximize their potential and ultimately lead reforms for their country and fellowmen.

All of these advocacies, these firing desire for change and progress, these are the same reasons why I joined the World Merit community. These hopes ignited and relieved my dreams of fighting for a better world. I gained an incredible amount of energy and motivation from other members who continue to push one another to reach their full potential.

For me, YBY is more than a competition. It is beyond competition. It is not only fun. It is not only inspiring. It is a chance to be one and share genuine friendship with equally talented people worldwide. It is life-changing.

How about you? Do you have what it takes to join the biggest youth movement of your time?

Visit us at www.worldmerit.org.

Mark Aethen G. Agana, 25 years old, Manila, Philippines Finalist, 2013 Your Big Year Competition World Merit*

Mark Aethen G. Agana is a consultant in various NGO projects and an alumnus of The Outstanding Students of the Philippines. Follow him on Twitter @NonitoAgana or send him an e-mail through mark.agana@gmail.com

 

Friday, July 12, 2013

"Education first." ~ Malala Yousafzai

 













"Education first." ~ Malala Yousafzai

The UN has declared
the 12th of July 2013 as "Malala Day," the day Pakistan's Malala Yousafzai marked her 16th birthday .

This is also the day that we had our official launching of Aral Pinoy Libreng eSkwela, Libreng Hayskul Diploma (Free High School
Education).  We are grateful to Ms. Lala Maribel Aunor for the all out support to Aral Pinoy, to her daughters Marion Aunor & Ashley Aunor... to her Kuya, Sir Bobot Aunor, to Sir Henry, to Ms. Malou, to Ms Rowena Bajamundi Bula and to Aldrin, her husband, for Chummy Chum, to Kuya Mac Happy Milan, to Sir Arnel V. Ebio and DepEd Parañaque. 
 












Libreng eSkwela! Libreng Hayskul Diploma!
*Edad 15 at pataas;
*Nakatapos ng 1st year high-school;
*Sabado lang ang pasok;
*at sa loob bg 10 buwan, high-school graduate ka na!
*Mag-enrol sa: Aral Pinoy eSkwela Center;
*Pumunta sa 153 Executive Suites, Dña Soledad Ave.
*Tumawag sa: 8232968;
*Hanapin sina: Kuya Bobot/Kuya Henry/Ate Malou.
*O mag-text kay: Kuya Toni (09178661006).  















Aral Pinoy eSkwela Center is ARALPINOY.ORG INC.’s project that is providing Free High School Education in partnership with Bureau of Alternative Learning System (BALS)L.A. Realty Holdings Inc. and Barangay Don Bosco, and in cooperation with the Department of Education (DepEd) and National Youth Commision (NYC) through its Abot Alam, a nationwide program with the vision of helping our community-based youth through opportunities for education, possible career and employment. It's a national strategy to organize efforts in integrating programs for our out-of-school youth (OSY). 


Aral Pinoy eSkwela Center (APEC) is housed at Room 202, 153 Executive Suites, Better Living Subdivision, Doña Soledad Avenue, Barangay Don Bosco, Bicutan, Parañaque City (beside Paranaque Doctors Hospital). APEC has a classroom and a computer laboratory to facilitate learning activities in the classroom and to apply what students will learn in their lecture and facilitate hands on learning in the computer laboratory.


Thursday, June 20, 2013

Another web address for Aral Pinoy!

We have an additional new web address for Aral Pinoy! 


Thank you all so much for the support of Ms. Judy V. for ARALPINOY.ORG INC (Aral Pinoy). Our Aral Pinoy blog stays with www.aralpinoy.blogspot.com and the new web address redirects to it. 


So join us and continue to support Aral Pinoy's journey as it tries in keeping you well-informed about its programs, projects activities and the progress it is making in cooperation with the Department of Education (DepEd) and National Youth Commision (NYC) through its Abot Alam www.abotalam.ph, a nationwide program with the vision of helping our community-based youth through opportunities for education, possible career and employment. It's a national strategy to organize efforts in integrating programs for our out-of-school youth (OSY).

At present, Aral Pinoy’s project is Aral Pinoy eSkwela Center (APEC), which is in partnership with Bureau of Alternative Learning System (BALS), Division of City Schools, Parañaque City, L.A. Realty Holdings Inc. and Barangay Don Bosco. APEC is housed at Room 202, 153 Executive Suites, Better Living Subdivision, Doña Soledad Avenue, Barangay Don Bosco, Bicutan, Parañaque City (beside Paranaque Doctors Hospital). APEC has a classroom and a computer laboratory to facilitate learning activities in the classroom and to apply what students will learn in their lecture and facilitate hands on learning in the computer laboratory.




APEC is based on the eSkwela Project, a word play on the Filipino equivalent of "school", which is a flagship project of the Commission on Information and Communications Technology (CICT), in partnership with DepED's Bureau of Alternative Learning System (BALS), that is envisioned to provide ICT-enhanced educational opportunities for Filipino out-of-school youth and adults (OSYAs).
The initiative responds directly to a national development priority and will bring elearning opportunities and ICT for learning resources to mobile teachers / instructional managers and out-of-school learners in the Philippines in an exciting, innovative, and locally meaningful way. Under this project, community-based e-Learning Centers or eSkwela Centers are being established around the country to conduct ICT-enhanced alternative education programs for interested individuals.
These centers serve as venues where out-of-school learners and other community members can learn new skills and competencies, review for the Accreditation and Equivalency (A&E) Exam of the DepEd-BALS, and/or help prepare learners to rejoin the formal school system, if so desired.
Source: http://eskwelanaga.wordpress.com/about/

Support Aral Pinoy eSkwela Center... we need the following: (a) hardware donation (5 more desktop computers) and (b) internet connection of at 2k (Php 2,000) a month x 12 (a year). Click to donate here:  http://lnkd.in/ZiFav9

About Aral Pinoy eSkwela Center (APEC), read more here:
Part 1 (http://lnkd.in/hxaAfT)
Part 2 (http://lnkd.in/Y5yQw2)



Saturday, March 23, 2013

Congratulations to all graduating Aral Pinoy Scholars...

 

Congratulations to all graduating Aral Pinoy Scholars...

ARAL PINOY offers its warmest congratulations to one of Aral Pinoy Baon Scholars Dennis D. Villapando. 

This is truly an important event in your life, to your parents and family. ARAL PINOY is proud of your most notable academic achievement being the FABNHS' Class of 2012-2013 Valedictorian. 

Award for Excellence Fernando Air Base National High School (FABNHS)
= VALEDICTORIAN
Award for Excellence (FABNHS)
= BEST IN MATH
Award for Excellence (FABNHS)
= OUTSTANDING BOY SCOUT OF THE YEAR
Award for Excellence (LPU)
=  VALEDICTORIAN
Medal of Distinction (AMA University)
= VALEDICTORIAN
Medal of Distinction (St. Augustine School of Nursing)
= VALEDICTORIAN
Excellence Award (STI)
= VALEDICTORIAN
Excellence Award (Vice Mayor Lydio Lopez)
= VALEDICTORIAN
Senate Gold Medal for Academic Excellence (Senate of the Philippines)
= VALEDICTORIAN
Vice Presidential Award for Excellence ( Vice President Jejomar Binay )
= VALEDICTORIAN

Congratulations to the twin Aral Pinoy Baon Scholars Gielyn De Luna (my left) and Gienelyn De Luna (my right)

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Three (3) Aral Pinoy (AP) Scholars graduated from high school this March 2013, and fortunately one of them is a valedictorian. 


Giving them hope for a better future with a college education, Aral Pinoy welcomes in-kind donations or donations of any amount. To help please click the link below http://aralpinoy.blogspot.com/2012/11/donate.html or text 09178661006 or email at ingles.antonio@gmail.com
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Saturday, January 26, 2013

AP site is experiencing technical difficulties...

www.aralpinoy.org site is donated by a generous pinoy based in Norway in 2009.

It is down now and experiencing technical difficulties. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

Dette domenet er sperret, ta kontakt med support@isp1.no
[This domain is blocked, contact support@isp1.no]

Thank you,

Antonio Levy S. Ingles, Jr., Ph.D.

Founder / Educator
ARALPINOY.ORG INC

HAPPY catholic TEACHERS' DAY! [reposting]


Photo / Image courtesy of The official Facebook Page of De La Salle Philippines

After John Baptist de La Salle was proclaimed Saint by the Church under Pope Leo XIII, his relics was moved to a large chapel inside a new school along Rue Saint Gervais in Rouen. But when the religious teaching congregations in France were suppressed, the relics had to be moved again to the relocated Generalate in Lembecq-les-Hals, Belgium in 1906. Then from Belgium they were transported to Rome, where they arrived on January 26, 1937, which is the same date of the promulgation in 1725 of the Bull of Approbation of the Institute of the Brothers of Christian Schools. The relics of St. John Baptist de La Salle are now venerated in the church under his name at the Generalate in Rome. (adapted from The Work is Yours by Luke Salm FSC and from the Lasallian Liturgies) ~based from the De La Salle Philippines' Notes www.facebook.com/delasalle.ph The official Facebook Page of De La Salle Philippines, the network of 17 La Salle schools in the country.

Monday, January 21, 2013

A Place of Learning (APL)


Mac Milan Runs for Aral Pinoy

ARALPINOY.ORG INC. or Aral Pinoy (AP) is dreaming to have just one-classroom-size learning place in support of Alternative Learning System (ALS) Program of the Department of Education (DepED).

We are hoping to build "A Place of Learning" (APL) for the socially marginalized community. With your help, support, advice and generosity, it will come true.

Mac Milan (Cenen Milan Jr), an Ultra Marathoner, is joining the Bataan Death March Ultra Marathon Races on January 26-27 (160km ) & March 2-3 2013 (102km). It's the most prestigious long distance running competition in the country which only elite runners are allowed to join.


*Mac is running for Aral Pinoy instead of BDM 102km on March 2-3... it will be at KOTM 160km on February 22-23, 2013... 2013 HARDCORE HUNDRED MILES TRAIL ULTRAMARATHON (H1) February 22-23, 2013 160km... http://frontrunnermagph.wordpress.com/2012/05/31/3093/

Mac Milan had just set a record in the said sports discipline as the fastest runner to conquer Davao to Manila in just 17 straight running days from Dec 1-17, 2012.

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This time, Mac Milan is running for Aral Pinoy to raise seed fund to realize AP's dream of having APL.
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Part of raising social awareness on this fund raising advocacy of Aral Pinoy and Mac Milan is to offering series FREE One-Hour Running Lecture & Clinic for kids or youth or adults. The reason we do it for FREE is to get support from the communities that value the importance of Sustainable Advocacy and Capacity Building for Education, Health, Youth and Environment.

We believe that another reason for doing this is because of our education and experiences. Mac and I are both former-seminarians, campus-ministers, educators, alumni of De La Salle University, Manila and advocates.

We can schedule FREE One-Hour Running Lecture & Clinic for kids or youth or adults in any days of your choice from January 3 to 12, 2013 and January 28 to February 28, 2013.

We can do it in any community of your choice within Metro Manila or Luzon Area.

We hope you will help us build Aral Pinoy's A Place of Learning.

Thank you very much!

With great respect,

Antonio Levy S. Ingles, Jr., Ph.D.
Founder
ARALPINOY.ORG INC
1006 EGI Taft Tower
2339 Taft Avenue, Malate, Manila, Philippines 1004
ingles.antonio@gmail.com
Globe (632) 09178661006

Cenen N. Milan, Jr.
Founder
PRAY.READ.EAT.PLAY, INC
B43 L22 Gulf View Executive Homes
Bago Aplaya, Davao City Philippines 8000
cenen_mac@yahoo.com
Globe (632) 09062281428
Sun (632) 09339634697

We welcome donations of any amount, please click the link below http://aralpinoy.blogspot.com/2012/11/donate.html