Project Symmetry: A Fundraiser for the Students of Payatas C Elementary School

Project Symmetry: A Fundraiser for the Students of Payatas C Elementary SchoolSTEP UP POSTER DETAILS

Nowadays, most public school students are deprived of a healthy learning environment. In most situations, students are unable to maximize their full potentials due to the lack of resources provided by their school. Thus, this resulted to the main reason for the creation of The Apex Foundation, which believes that each and every student is endowed with great aptitude to reach limitless heights if only he is given the opportunity to be at par with the privileged few.

 

TAF is holding its first undertaking, a movie fundraiser called Project Symmetry, on July 18 2014. Join us in our attempt to alleviate the plight of public school students in Payatas C Elementary School, whose circumstances are most unfortunate. The school started with a simple “bahay kubo”, which gradually developed with the combined efforts of the mayors and teachers. Quoting the Payatas C Elementary School principal, “Ang mga studyante dito ay yung mga indigent o galing sa slum area kaya’t kinakailangan talaga namin ang tulong niyo para umunlad ang eskwelahan namin. Para rin ang mga estudyante ay may kumpyansa sa sarili nila, at isipin nila na malaki ang kaya nilang abutin sa buhay.”

 

The funds earned will be used to supply the school with the necessary learning materials that are essential for the students to get a proper education. (writing materials, notebooks, etc) These kids have vivid hopes and dreams, which can be put much within their reach with the help of more privileged people like us.

 

Fundraiser details:

What: Step Up All In

Where: Rockwell, Power Plant Mall Cinema 4

When: July 18, 8:30 pm

* price: 350 pesos per ticket

(inclusive of food and drinks)

Event page:  https://www.facebook.com/events/922018764490721/?source=1

 

Project Symmetry by The Apex Foundation from Khieziah Chuahiong on Vimeo.

 

 

 

Project Symmetry: A Fundraiser for the Students of Payatas C Elementary School






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