O.R.A. Youth Volunteers Attend CEAP NCR Advocacy

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Created on Wednesday, 19 September 2018

Starting this year, September was deemed Huwag Kang Magnakaw Month by the CEAP NCR Advocacy Committee.  Responding to the invitation extended to heads of CEAP NCR schools by CEAP NCR Advocacy Committee chairperson, Fr. Atilano “Nonong” Fajardo, C.M. last August 2018, UST-Angelicum College sent six delegates, five of whom were ORA youth volunteers, namely:  Gabrielle Anne D. Baltazar (YS 9), Ania Kirsten A. Bangalan (YS 9), Gnoiel Edelweiss Q. Nazal (YS 10), Angelika Elanie O. Jariel (YS 9), and Sophia Irish S. Tan (YS 10). Ms. Carolina G. Santos from the Office of the Religious Affairs accompanied the learners.

The advocacy launch was held at the Don Bosco Technical College in Mandaluyong City.  It started with a Eucharistic celebration presided by Fr. Nolan A. Que, Ph.D., CEAP NCR Regional Trustee, with Fr. Atilano G. Fajardo, C.M. concelebrating.

After the mass and a short break, white t-shirts were given for free to all attendees, which they wore during the program. The program proper was followed by presentations from representatives from selected member institutions depicting the advocacy. Likewise, a student from the Father Louis Chauvet College Foundation and an administrator from La Consolacion College Novaliches gave testimonies on their experiences relative to the Huwag Kang Magnakaw advocacy.

The program culminated with the unveiling of the advocacy tarpaulin of the Don Bosco Technical College with Fr. Nonong’s invitation for all CEAP NCR member schools to follow suit.  He requested that each institution take an active part in “instilling in the heart of every Filipino the values of honesty, integrity, and generosity”.


Article and picture by Ms. Carolina Santos

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