We dream of schools where truth is given the highest value and equality is lived, of schools that nurture those who seek learning to ensure dignity of life. (One La Salle official website)
“The One La Salle Scholarship Fund campaign is the Philippine Lasallian Family’s commitment to continue the same mission.
Our goal is to raise One Billion Pesos by the year 2011 to support and send about 18,000 scholars to our 17 Lasallian schools all over the country. This may seem like an ambitious target but, by working together, we can fulfill this great mission.”
“This is an invitation for you to share and support the One La Salle Scholarship Fund campaign. Just as St. La Salle worked for the realization of this dream together with those who believed in the cause, we pray that we could be partners in this worthwhile endeavor.”
I found this in the Volunteer section of RockEd.ph and thought I might contribute something. It’s in De La Salle Canlubang (DLSC), one of the many schools under the De La Salle System. As you may have read above, this is part of the La Salle’s centennial anniversary project to send 18,000 scholars to their schools. DLSC will be having their advocacy concert on March 18 and I invite all of you (this is the part where I volunteer, lol) to go. It’s in Sta. Rosa, Laguna, so if you’re near to the area, please do come. Different bands will be performing with special guests from other La Sallian schools around Luzon.
It’s the day after my birthday, so I’m thinking of coming, too! Let’s go for education’s sake! Be ReloadED!