Education (Scholarships and Books) Projects in 2015

Since the inception of the Adopt-A-Scholar Project of the CFO (Commission on Filipinos Overseas) in 1996, Feed the Hungry, Inc. has been supporting indigent but scholastically qualified students all over the Philippines.

Feed the Hungry, Inc.’s Book Program has also been supporting the educational needs of various institutions in the Philippines.

For the School Year 2014-15, the scholars were:

Polytechnic University of the Philippines
Ragay Branch, Camarines Sur

1. de Ia Roca, Justin
2. Llabres, Joan
3. Acuesta, Christy Laiza
4. Dulfo, Mildred Rose
5. Juadines, Monica
6. Llagas, Jane
7. Malian, Daisy Dianabel
8. Polopot, Meldrin

Lyceum of Camiguin
Grade 7

1. Balite, Maynard
2. Berdin, Jun Vince
3. Bumagat, Kathryn
4. Bumagat, Arlyn
5. Calantas, Jay Mark
6. Duerne, Jerome
7. Duerme, Jomary
8. Espana, Carlita
9. Galang, Bryle Sheykate
10. lrece, Benjie
11. Libuna, Jerosalyn
12. Mariano, Jennifer
13. Mendoza, Jamaica
14. Modes, Roldan
15. Onate, Nina
16. Onate, Princess Joy
17. Onate, Lovely
18. Pedro, Chrishalyn
19. Pedro, Jhesa
20. Simon, Paula Mae
21. Simon, Vegielyn

From 1996, 82 students have graduated and finished their elementary, high school, and baccalaureate degrees. Presently, FtH is supporting the education of 9 elementary, 7 high school, and 17 college students in 4 provinces, including Metro Manila.1 Scholarship funds released amounted to PhP253,226.92 of the total FtH donations for 2011. Following are the details of FtH scholars for school year 2011—2012:
Name of Scholar School/University Degree Grade/Year/Level
Jessica Lara Sanchez Liseng Giap Elementary Grade 5
Jennifer Fermin Rosales National High School High School 4thyr
Jenny Lyn Rellama Nagpayong High School High School 3rd yr
Christel Ann Rellama Nagpayong Elementary School Elementary Grade 6
Rycel Musa Tunasan Elementary School Elementary Grade 5
Gaber Musa Tunasan High School High School 2nd yr
Katrina Yalung Amado Hernandez High School High School 2nd yr
Arjay Luciano Lawang Bato National High High School 1st yr
Ann Gillean Alberto Munoz National High School High School 3rd yr
Jennylyn Bidol Munoz National High School High School 3rd yr
Opal Lynn Carganilla Munoz National High School High School 3rd yr
Ivan Voy Ygan Baluarte Elementary School Elementary Grade 4
Patrick Lisbo Baluarte Elementary School Elementary Grade 4
Jan Altretz Belanio Baluarte Elementary School Elementary Grade 4
Christopher Ayco Baluarte Elementary School Elementary Grade 4
Michael J. de los Reyes Baluarte Elementary School Elementary Grade 4
Ma. Annie Grace Daza Baluarte Elementary School Elementary Grade 4
Edward Diaz Southeastern College BS Computer Science 2nd yr
Jemalyn Alcantara Mariano Marcos State University BS Fisheries 4th yr
Venus Suerte Ramos Mariano Marcos State University BS Biology 3rd yr
Maebel Ann Alde Mariano Marcos State University BS Marine Biology 4th yr
Charmaigne Fajardo Don Mariano Marcos Memorial State University BS Information Technology 3rd yr
Clarissa Oreiro Don Mariano Marcos Memorial State University BS Office Management 3rd yr
Edric Oloresisimo Don Mariano Marcos Memorial State University BS Business Administration 2nd yr
Aljon Maldo Don Mariano Marcos Memorial State University BS Education 3rd yr
Paul Jameson Balas Don Mariano Marcos Memorial State University BS Information Technology 3rd yr
Vanessa Flores Don Mariano Marcos Memorial State University BSHRM 3rd yr
Nestor Burcio Don Mariano Marcos Memorial State University BS Electro-Mechanical Technology 3rd yr
Roma Fe Regalado Don Mariano Marcos Memorial State University BS Office Management 3rd yr
Marilyn Milanes Don Mariano Marcos Memorial State University BS Office Management 3rd yr
Sharmae Bambico Don Mariano Marcos Memorial State University BSME 4th yr

Note: Thirty-two (32) other students have been provided scholarship grants but either they were just unable to continue or they got failing grades.

 

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Feed the Hungry, Inc. (FtH) is a 501(c)(3) tax exempt, non-profit charitable organization based in Washington, D.C. Started in 1992 and officially incorporated in 1993, FtH is wholly volunteer-driven and started as a gift giving and feeding project for indigent children in the Philippines by a group of World Bank Group and IMF (International Monetary Fund) Filipino staff and joined by Filipino-American volunteers in the community.

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