Saturday, November 11, 2017

PAMASKO NG PUSONG PINOY 9
(PP'S CHRISTMAS GIFT-GIVING PROJECT)


We are thrilled to launch our 9th Annual Christmas Gift-Giving project, PAMASKO NG PUSONG PINOY (PPP9). This year's recipient is Parish Social Action Committee (PSAC),. We are calling all HEROES to help us raise funds towards the purchase of food items to 400 disadvantaged families that PSAC serves in Batangas (P150 / US$3.00 per family). Let's give these families a MERRY CHRISTMAS this year!

We are also collecting tsinelas (slippers) this Christmas so that 500 children would not have to go barefoot and to make sure that each kid have a brand new pair of slippers this Christmas.  Donation for each tsinelas is P26 / US$0.60 a pair.  

If you would like more information about our Christmas gift-giving  project, please email us at pusongpinoyorg@gmail.com or click on the "Donate" button below:

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THANK YOU! ♥

Monday, May 15, 2017

MAMBOG ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
PP'S NEWEST PARTNER AND RECIPIENT


We are excited to announce our newest partner and recipient, MAMBOG ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, located in Malolos City, Bulacan.  The school has 11 teachers and 343 students from Kindergarten to Grade 6, with class sizes ranging from 20 to 56 students.  The school has 10 instructional rooms and 3 non-instructional rooms (Home Economics, Practical Arts, and Multimedia).

On May 15, 2017, Pusong Pinoy represented by our Philippines Team Leader CAROL VEGA, delivered 500 books, school supplies, and P5,165 to be used towards construction of four new bookshelves.  The donations were received by MARICHU CAPULE MANALOTO, Acting Principal, and some of the teachers.

Mambog ES offers a reading program called School Pupil Government (SPG), a Peer Reading Tutorial.   The students get an hour and 30 minutes lunch break.  They go home for lunch and return to school 30 minutes before the class starts for the SPG.   Grade 4 and 5 students teach the 1st to 3rd graders every other day.   The non-proficient readers are provided one-on-one assistance.  Those who read slowly are taught in groups.  Higher-level students are also assigned to read stories to Kindergarten students.  The school uses buddy system (peer to peer), wherein a student in a higher level who can read will assist the lower level non-reader child to read and understand the materials.  By doing so, they promote literacy and social awareness.

We look forward to this partnership.  Thank you to all the HEROES for making this possible!  To learn more about our book drive or to make a donation, click HERE.  Thanks in advance.

Thursday, January 19, 2017

CELEBRATING JERIANNA'S BIRTHDAY
THE PUSONG PINOY WAY


Pusong Pinoy commend our long-time heroes, MIKE & ANNA TESORERO of Northern California for teaching their kids the joy of giving and the value of sharing through acts of kindness. 

Last year, their daughter, JERIANNA, celebrated her birthday at the park, surrounded by loved ones. Instead of birthday presents for herself, her family asked guests to make a donation to Pusong Pinoy instead. Together, they were able to raise $750 which was used towards our 2016 SCHOLARSHIP PROJECT. 

Please join us in thanking this amazing family. May God continue to bless and protect them.

Thursday, December 1, 2016

PROJECT PAMASKO NG PUSONG PINOY 8
CHRISTMAS GIFT-GIVING PROJECT


Christmas is fast approaching. It's another opportunity to share our blessings with those in need.

On our 8th year, we would like to invite all our HEROES to step up and help us provide slippers to 1,360 impoverished kids in Pampanga (860 students) and Batangas (500). We also hope to provide food items to 400 families in Batangas, grocery items to the wards of Damascus Foundation in Bulacan , and gifts to PP Scholars of De La Salle Lipa through our Pamasko ng Pusong Pinoy 8 (Christmas Gift Giving Project).  

 Together, let us continue to make a difference. 

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Sunday, August 14, 2016

PUSONG PINOY'S FISHING BOAT DONATION PARTNERSHIP WITH RUTHLESS E-JUICE






Beginning this month, we will post past donations for our "Throwback Thursday" in order to put a spotlight on OUTSTANDING donors.  It is because of their extraordinary generosity that we are able to successfully achieve our goals and to further our mission.

We would like to seize this opportunity to extend our heartfelt gratitude to Ruthless E-juice, a California-based e-juice company established in early 2012. This young company has already seen tremendous success in the US and is steadily making its mark internationally because of its high-quality e-juices. 

Inspired by their success and with a desire to give back, the owners of RUTHLESS E-JUICE, Allen Joseph and Rb Barredo, decided to partner with Pusong Pinoy upon learning about our organization from one of their friends, our very own Charter Team Leader, Dan Pasamonte. 

In 2014, these heroes rose to the occasion by way of their newly released product aptly named Rise, a mango and lychee flavored concoction with a hint of jackfruit. To help survivors in the Philippines rise above the tragedy caused by Typhoon Haiyan, Ruthless E-juice pledged to donate $1.50 for each bottle of Rise sold. They made good on their promise and gave hope to fishermen still reeling from the effects of the strongest typhoon to hit the Philippines. 

In collaboration with our giving partner, One Heart for Hope Foundation, Ruthless E-juice was able to provide 45 fishing boats to fishermen in Camotes Island, Tulang Diyot and Malaspascua Island in Eastern Visayas with their donation of $9,000. 

Once again, thank you for your generous support and we wish you more success in all your future endeavors! 

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Article written by CTL IVY ANTONIO 
Photos courtesy of NOEL GALANG