TEN Moves: Building Classrooms for a Brighter Future
April 7, 2013
For the past several years, one of the problems that our country struggling is lack of classrooms. There’s a lot of public schools are having a hard time on how they can have a permanent classroom. They are holding their classes under the tree or along the hallway.
TEN Moves (The Entire Nation Moves) is a campaign to raise funds to build 10,000 classrooms across the country.It is a part of the Bayanihang Pampaaralan and managed by the Ayala Foundation and the Philippine Business for Social Progress, and is the response to the classroom shortages.
They are partnering with iGive.ph to launch an online fundraising campaign to help rebuild classrooms destroyed by Typhoon Pablo in Davao Oriental and ComVal.
With typhoon Pablo destroying schools and towns, TenMoves prioritized their fundraising efforts. Donation made today until June 30 will directly fund rebuilding schools in Davao Oriental and Compostela Valley.
And their objective is to get 2 million people to donate P10 per day for 10 months.
Want to help? Create a fundraiser page for you and/or your friends. Ask people to donate at iGive.ph. For more information, like iGive.ph’s Facebook page.
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