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The ARCORES Solar Dream project is providing sustainable assistance to families displaced by natural and social disasters in far-flung and island-isolated communities in the Philippines by providing solar-lighting set for homes. This project also empowers beneficiaries through workshops and skills training of young people and community leaders in solar assembly and maintenance.
Jardin de La Salud (Garden of Health) is in line with the ARCORES International initiavies for sustainability. It is an organic in-campus vegetable garden built with recycled materials from the Materials Recovery Facility 2 (MRF2). It is a communal garden that enjoins employees to plant together and harvest together.
Kindness Station or Pantry of San Jose features basic household goods like rice, bread, noodles, condiments, bath soap and hand sanitizers, vegetables, eggs, meat and hot meals for the indigenous peoples, those who lost their jobs during the pandemic, or the underprivileged who barely managed to survive community lockdowns due to covid19 surge. The project is present in Baguio City, Bacolod City and Sipaway Island, San Carlos City.
Kindness Bakery of the OAR Nuns of St. Ezekiel Moreno Monastery in Bacolod City, Negros Occidental a pioneering initiative in the Philippines shepherded by the contemplative nuns by providing the poor communities with free bread products from the monastery bakery. The initiative was started at the start of the covid lockdown in April 2020, and until today, the Kindness Bakery supports ‘community pantries’ and relief operations in Negros island. (2022)
V. Saint Ezekiel’s Charity Kitchen of the Missionaries of the Beatitudes is a volunteer-led feeding program serving 200 plates per day. It started as a concrete act of addressing hunger in Quezon City.
“Help Slow Down the Spread of COVID-19” is a project of ARCORES International with the University of San Jose-Recoletos Institute of Non-Formal Education and Community Outreach Program (USJ-R INFECOP) that gives away re-useable facemasks and bath soaps to People Deprived of Liberty (PDL), the Bureau of Jail Management and the Penology (BJMP) Staff of Cebu City Jail-Female Dormitory (CCJ-FD) and the teachers and staff of Tejero Senior High School.
“Lamesa ni San Jose” (St. Joseph’s table) is a three-month food pantry program of hot and nutritious packed lunch intended for the homeless adults and street children around the USJ-R area. Beneficiaries were greatly affected by the COVID-19 pandemic during the months of October, November and December 2021. A total of 1,200 homeless children and adults received the packed lunch.
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