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    February 5, 2024

How Far Can a Learner’s Coin Bank Go?

Embracing empathy and practicing generosity from an early age are some of the ideals taught at Isidore, which is how the “Charity of Isidoreans Never Stops (COINS)” project came to be. 

Because of the kindness of Isidoreans, their family, friends, and relatives, the Isidore community was able to raise ₽72, 255.00, making this year’s COINS a success. Each learner supported the good cause of helping others by saving coins in a coin bank made from recycled cans that they decorated. The amount raised was given to the Tahanang Mapagkalinga ni Madre Rita in Rosaryville Subdivision, an orphanage for children in Sta. Cruz Guguinto, Bulacan, and EMMAUS House of Apostolate in San Agustin, City of Malolos, Bulacan, a home for elderly people who have been abandoned. The Supreme Pupil Government representatives, some of the School Parent Teacher Association Board of Director Officers, Grade 6 learners, select faculty and staff, and Isidore administrators went to the mentioned places to give donations to the beneficiaries who gratefully accepted the benefactions.

The COINS project has been opening doors for Isidoreans to make a meaningful difference in the lives of the children and elders in their foster homes and promote a sense of compassion and charity within the school community. Ultimately, a learner’s coin bank can go a long way.

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