In Photos : Brigada Eskwela in Manila (June 1)

Posted by admin | Posted on June 14, 2016
A certificate of Partnership with  Bayanan Elementary School  and HAPI for the Brigada Eskwela on June 1

 On June 1st, 2016, Jamie del Rosario Martinez, Director of HAPI Projects, along with 10 HAPI volunteers, went to Bayanan Elementary School Main to clean the school surroundings assigned to them. They started at 7 early morning and finished cleaning the thick dust and mud in the covered court at 10 am. They also donated 50 pieces of broomstick or brooms made of raffia to the school for future use.
HAPI volunteers also promised to participate on their future cleaning endeavors. 
Check out the pictures below..

The HAPI Volunteers from Alabang aka HAPI Kids

In action

In action

Cleaning is fun

more cleaning

The HAPI Kids 

Written by Jamie del Rosario Martinez, HAPI Director of Projects
 (translated by Marissa Torres  Langseth )

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