Updated: Oct 21, 2022
To Mr. Victor Cantal c/o Ms. Becky Torres of the RW Social Entrepreneurship Team
Greetings of peace!
As a community of the Laura Vicũna Center Palawan, we would like to express our heartfelt gratitude to you, for reaching out to us despite our being in a remote area. Thank you for sharing your blessings to support our residential, home study, and farm programs. May your generosity be blessed with all the graces you need as you continue to support those who are in need, especially the poor young people.
Here is the short photo documentation of our various activities.
God bless you!
Sr. Catherine T. Urgello, FMA
Brigada of the Parents of our Learners
As the families of our learners’ counterpart contribution for the free home study boarding school of their children, the Laura Vicuña Center – Palawan welcomed the voluntary services of their parents which we call “gulpemano or brigade”. Before the opening of the school, the fathers & big brothers of our resident-learners repaired the termite-infested double deck beds of the female resident-learners, the toilets, the basketball goal, and the clearing of the perimeter areas of the Center.
HOME STUDY PROGRAM
Completion Ceremony of YS 11 Learners
On June 4, 2022, nineteen of the learners graduated from junior high school under the REAP Program of UST Angelicum College with the theme "Persistence, Determination, and Excellence Amidst Adversities." The entire LVF Palawan community, headed by Sr. Catherine T. Urgello, FMA, and FMA Sisters, wish congratulations to all those who completed and to the parents who were extremely supportive and loving all throughout their journey in the Center. They attended the virtual completion rites together with their parents at the Laura Vicuna Center and some of the members of the community.
Graduation of the 6th batch of the Organic Agricultural Program NC II
The 14 Trainees of the Organic Agriculture Production NC II successfully graduated last July 14, 2022, after the rigorous 29 days (232 hours) training. The occasion was graced by the presence of Hon. Roy Ventura (Deputy Mayor of Puerto Princesa City), & Ms. Rebecca Edano (TESDA Representative).
Part of the purchase Victor Cantal's "Art for a Cause" sends Filipino students to Laura Vicuña vocational/technical schools in Palawan and Negros Occidental, Philippines
For more details, e-mail Becky Torres or Marizel Arambulo, Roots & Wings Social Entrepreneurship Program Team: firstname.lastname@example.org