- April 28, 2020 3:41 PM
From the initiative of the CKS College - Office for Student Life of the Narra campus, the Senior High School and Collegiate Student Executive Councils jointly spearheaded a project soliciting food items for distribution to needy families in barangays near the Padre Algue and Narra campuses.
Associate Dean for Student Life Wai Lin Sing, with her staff Shariz Lou Clares, Harly Castro, and Carmina Macabalo Ramos, conceptualized the project and discussed details with officers of the two Student Councils, thru their respective presidents Marxist Nicole So for college and Gertrude Tan for senior high school.
And with perseverance and hardwork, 46 sacks of 50 kilograms and 1 sack of 25 kilograms rice, 1 box of instant noodles, and 890 packs of grocery items were solicited from generous donors, including Abigail Wu Gan, Tomas Medina, Samson Tiu, Joyce Dy, Vampy’s Place/Hans Uy, Hebe Uy, Eisner Qua Sy, Arabella Chong, Antonio Ng, George and Janelle Ong, John Angel Flores, Harly Castro, Vanessa Cervantes, Wai Lin Sing, Shieryll Tan, Shariz Lou Clares, Romel Jaime, Yolanda Co, Lhay Asaña & Ankiat Co, Harold Ong, Erica Yu, Jeorge Sofia Cada, Kineth Yu, John Angel Flores and Candice Chua, Rozelle Diu, Alyssa Angeles, Christine Bello, and John Angel Flores, Eunice Sy, Pinky Chua and Marilyn Yeung, students of Grade 12-C, Jamie Oo, Marvin Co Yu, Audrey Silvestre, and Fernando Mira.
The donations were turned-over to the top councilor of Manila's second district and CKS high school alumnus, Numero "Uno" Lim, who took charge of repacking and distribution to beneficiary-families living in five nearby barangays.
As a result, a total of 890 families received food packs including 420 families from Barangay 160, 135 families from Barangay 243, 135 families from Barangay 244, 100 families from Barangay 250, and 100 families from Barangay 259.
Councilor Uno also organized the orderly distribution of the food packs on April 17 with Math Supervisor Fidel Savares, Narra campus office personnel Shariz Lou Clares and Oliver Roxas Chua in attendance.