EDUCATION

SCHOOL SUPPORT

Help address the lack of infrastructure and supplies in the Philippine public school system by sponsoring classrooms and donating various educational tools.

Members of the team pose with some students at a school with no outer walls in Himamaylan, Negros Occidental, we later raised funds to buy materials to build walls

Students from Alegria School in Murcia, Negros Occidental excitedly pore over a box of books donated by friends of NVC

SCHOOL SUPPORT

Thanks to the generosity of donors and institutions, we have built over 200 classrooms to date and have monitored their maintenance after turnover. Many of these schools serve indigenous communities in remote areas.

In other cases, a school may have existing classrooms that lack elements such as walls, roofs, tables or chairs. We have also helped complete classroom structures and provided serviceable furniture.

To help address the lack of books in public school libraries, our volunteers solicit, sort, and distribute used books from private schools, families and individuals.

We also conduct teacher training as needed.

Support a Philippine School Today

After more than two years, children are once again returning to face-to-face classes. During our rounds looking for children who needed bags, school supplies and other school necessities, we found schools that are in need of help. Some lack walls or flooring material. Blackboards need to be painted and chairs are needed.

If you would like how to discuss how you can provide School Support in other ways, please email [email protected] for more information about this endeavor. You may also click on the button below.

SCHOOL SUPPORT NEWS AND STORIES

YOUR DONATIONS HAVE SUPPORTED

54,937

children enrolled in the Mingo Meals nutrition program as of January 31, 2024

24,598,948

Mingo Meals served as of January 31, 2024

5,022

fisherfolk who received motorized Peter Project fishing boats as of January 31, 2024

11,362

tools distributed to skilled workers as of January 31, 2024

10,904

students given educational assistance as of January 31, 2024

480

families provided with homes as of January 31, 2024