CHSNAF's 2012-13 SCHOLARS
PACIFIC NORTHWEST CHAPTER
Ma. Eliner Nichole Elvina - BS Religious and Values Education
Judy Ann Rey - BS Tourism Management
Nikki King Cruz - BS Tourism Management
Ma. Leah Agnes Gagaoin - BS Accountancy
HS CLASS '62
Ilijah Jane Garillo - BS Respiratory Therapy
HS CLASS '65
Xenia Ocampo - BS Business Administration
HS CLASS '67
Jesse Ann Polistico - BA Communication Arts
Ellen Young Gomez (So Cal Chapter)
Nicole Aristorenas - BS Psychology
Marilyn Dijamco & Corazon Simon Nieves (So Cal Chapter)
Clea Joy Rillera - BA Communication Arts
In Memory of Joelly and Mary Young (So Cal Chapter/Philippines)
Nicole Timpog - BS Medical Technology
In Memory of Alicia Exconde (So Cal Chapter)
Claudine Villadiego - BS Education
CHSNAF's 2012-13 SCHOLARS
In Memory of Susan Chung (So Cal Chapter)
Krissel Kate Prado - High School 1
HS Class '68 (USA/Canada - ½ share)
Hannah Pestano - High School 2
The devastation in our beloved mother country, Philippines, specifically in Leyte and Samar, from the ravages of Typhoon Haiyan/Yolanda, calls for immediate and emergency assistance. Our organization, College of the Holy Spirit North America Foundation Inc. (CHSNAF) is a 501(c) 3 not-for-profit foundation established by alumnae of the College of the Holy Spirit in North America, to support domestic and international humanitarian activities.
We are appealing for donations for our disaster relief program through our partners as follows:
FEED the HUNGRY, Inc. – providing for the immediate and basic needs of food, water, medicine and temporary shelter. After the crisis, assistance will be given for the rebuilding of houses, schools and other infrastructure.
WATER FILTRATION PROGRAM – a project of the UP Medicine MU SIGMA PHI Foundation (by US-based alumni of the University of the Philippines, College of Medicine) providing self-help water filtration units for the people and to prevent the spread of disease by having clean, potable water available.
Help our SSpS Nuns feed the evacuees - The Missionary Sisters Servants of the Holy Spirit Congregation (SSpS) with houses in Tacloban City and Cebu that have been damaged by the storm are feeding and administering to the needs of the evacuees from Tacloban in Cebu.
Help our SSpS Nuns’ Project Bangon Payapay - The Missionary Sisters Servants of the Holy Spirit Congregation (SSpS) with houses in Tacloban City and Cebu are now focused on Barangay 89, a coastal fishing town of 203 families whose main occupations were pedicab driving and fishing. This poor fishing town has completely vanished. To help them rebuild their lives and attain some normalcy, the sisters are working in close coordination with the community organizers to work on their livelihood programs. There is a need for 15 pedicabs at Php8,000 each and for 48 fishing boats estimated at Php20,000 each.
UPDATE ON RELIEF EFFORTS
Click for an update on Project Bangon Payapay.
Donations can be made to CHSNAF which will channel these donations to FEED the HUNGRY, WATER FILTRATION and or SSps Congregation..
Click the Donations bar on the left side of this web page. Once in, click Pledges. Send your check to Darlene Troy Milo (address is on the Pledge form) and on the memo of your check, write where you want your donation to go to - 1) Feed the Hungry and/or 2) Water filtration 3) SSpS Congregation/Trinity Province.
Or you can donate through Pay Pal and once you click Pay Pal from the Pledge page, indicate where you want your donations to go to.
URGENT YOLANDA RELIEF NEEDED!!!