On September 23, University of San José – Recoletos (USJ-R), through INFECOP and in partnership with ARCORES International and ARCORES Filipinas, conducted Project Tabang Sugbu: Phase 2 for the typhoon Odette victims of Olango Island, Lapu-lapu City, Cebu. The project was composed of the following activities: distribution of ARCORES Bags of Hope (Educational Assistance), Value
Agreement for ambulances Story & Photos By Georgene Quilaton-Tambiga Detente y Ayuda (DYA) Filipinas, Inc., one of organizations that ARCORES International supports, is now in partnership with the 701st Ready Reserve Infantry Battalion (RRIBN) of the Reserve Command of the Philippine Army in executing ambulance operations in Cebu City and the rest of Metro Cebu.
Last January 12, USJ-R INFECOP (University of San José-Recoletos Institute of Non-Formal Education and Community Outreach Program) conducted “Project Eskoyla ni San José” at City Cebu. There were 50 pupils who benefited from the program. Each of them received one backpack with school supplies and one pack of food (canned good and pancit canton). The
(Photos and story by Georgene Quilaton-Tambiga) The Laudato Si’ Environmental Center of Colegio de Sto. Tomas-Recoletos (LEC) and Life and Mission Project or LAMP 38 with Colegio de San Nicolas Tolentino-Recoletos ascended to 869 meters above sea level, at the Municipality of Don Salvador Benedicto (DSB), Negros Occidental, to experience firsthand the rarely known coffee
In a solemn and profound ceremony, Thomasian administrators and faculty members blessed and dedicated the newly established Laudato Si’ Environmental Center (LEC), September 30, 2021. The event commemorates the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines (CBCP) “Season of Creation” and the 2021 Philippine Science Month. ARCORES International (Augustinian Recollect International Solidarity Network) supports the LEC
Anchored on the principle of “Kuha sa Kinahanglan, Hatag sa Masarangan” (“Take what you need, Share what you can give”), just this week, an individual started a people’s initiative called “Community Pantry”, a food cart or table with canned goods, vegetables, rice packs, etc. mounted along the streets where people can just get on what