#BangonKabataan: Filipino Learners Strive to Meet the New Normal

The ongoing pandemic presses a series of challenges to different sectors of our country today. Among others, we acknowledge that the face of education in the Philippines has shifted amid the “new normal.” With the introduction of distance learning, such a drastic change could be challenging for Filipino learners. 

Given the many uncertainties that this could bring, Give.PH would like to continue providing them with their basic needs to supplement their new learning experience. Through this, the organization hopes for children, especially in far-flung areas, to have access to their basic school needs to complete their education while still adapting to the “new normal.”

While many organizations have shifted towards providing children with gadgets and internet connection to try and adapt to distance learning, this is not enough. Children would still need the basic needs that they often use to school, which is far less accessible to them nowadays given the pandemic. This is where Give.PH bridges the gap. 

For this new school year, the goal is to provide 3,000 Filipino Elementary School learners with school kits inclusive of the following:

  • Module/Workbook (Specific to Grade Level) 
  • Notebooks
  • Ballpens
  • Pencils
  • Erasers
  • Sharpener 
  • Crayons
  • Scissors
  • Ruler 
  • PVC Envelope

Each kit is priced at PHP250.00, inclusive of logistic fees to the destination. Give.PH is partnering up with LGUs and locally-run organizations in specific areas for better distribution of the kits. 

They are accepting donations through various means: BPI, BDO, GCash, and Paymaya.

You may even donate using any debit or credit card through our official website at https://give.ph, wherever you are in the world!

Should none of these payment methods work for you, feel free to reach Give.PH through any of their social media accounts.

They’re also open to partnerships!

You may e-mail them at givedotph@gmail.com or send them a message.






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