The Classroom projects of Feed the Hungry, Inc. (FtH) provide additional classrooms in public schools with critical shortages. Confirmation of sites is principally based on student population and current classroom conditions in the area.

FtH also provides potable water supply in areas with limited access to water through the construction of artesian and deep wells, manual or electric pumps, and water tanks.

On FtH ‘s silver anniversary year, Infrastructure Program spent $131,521 .00 for the following projects:

• Water supply system for Bactul I Elementary School in Maasin, Leyte;

• A library at Bungsuan Elementary School in Capiz funded by Fullerton Family Foundation, Mr. Jose & Dr. Jovy Eusebio, Mr. Jose & Dr. Juliet Naldo, PMA-MWDC, PMA Luau fundraiser, FtH Infrastructure Program;

• Playground at Hilltop Elementary School in San Jose, Oriental Mindoro funded by family and friends in memory of Nilo Villarin;

• Renovations of Audio Visual/Reading Center at Rizal High School in Pasig City funded by Dr. Bayani & Mrs. Sol Manalo;

• Two classroom schoolhouses at San Emilio National High School in San Emilio, Ilocos Sur funded by Fil-Am Manassas, Mr. Paul & Mrs. Lorinda Mola, and FtH Infrastructure Program;

• Three classroom schoolhouses at San Antonio Elementary School in Ormoc City, Leyte funded by the COVO Foundation of Visayan Associations in Hawaii; and

• Two classroom schoolhouses at Taliptip National High School in Bulakan, Bulacan funded by Mr. Barry & Mrs. Vanessa Ford.

Work in Progress:

• Water systems for six schools in lloilo funded by the Felipe Solis Family;

• Two classroom schoolhouses at Bonifacio Elementary School in Batuan, Bohol funded by the joint FtH/PAMWE golf tournaments of 2016 and 2017; and

• Library at Buyo Integrated School funded by the Fullerton Family Foundation

An infrastracture built at San Emilio National High School, San Emilio, llocos Sur
San Antonio Elem School classroom inauguration attended by Ms. Jane Clement, president of COVO
Hilltop Elementary School playground San Jose, Oriental Mindoro