8 to Educate

October 30, 2009 § 2 Comments

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8 to Educate is an awareness campaign by 8 restaurants in Serendra and Bonifacio High Street and Virlanie Foundation, Inc to promote and support education for disadvantaged children.

The campaign runs from October 26 to December 31, 2009.

8 participating restaurants, 8 featured dishes
The participating restaurants have committed to supporting the campaign and donating a certain percentage of their sales each time a featured menu item is ordered.
• Arama – Set Meal
• Cav – Valhrona Chocolate Souffle Cake
• Chelsea – Mac & Cheese Kiddie Meal
• Cupcakes by Sonja
• Fu – Dimsum Platter
• Healthy Kitchen – Monsignor James Salad
• Sentro 1771 – Fried Chicken Cutlets, Catfish Adobo Flakes
• Xocolat – Organic Cacao drink & can
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Busog ka na, Nakatulong ka pa.

Masarap ang mga pagkain, napamura pa ako sa sarap.😀

VIRLANIE.org

§ 2 Responses to 8 to Educate

  • Jeck says:

    ano’ng ibig sabihin ng ‘disadvantaged’ children? nagtatanong lang sa kanila. ngayon ko lang kasi na-encounter yan

    • Julian says:

      Virlanie currently helps over 1000 children per year. 240+ in its 12 homes, 800+ in the community.
      The residential children were victims of various abuses, are sometimes orphans/foundlings; all found a home in Virlanie. Virlanie takes care of all their needs: shelter, food, education, health… Just like a normal Filipino family.
      The children in the community live with their families; all live in poverty, some with no home at all, just a pushcart with their meagre belongings.
      ‘Disadvantages’ means that our children come to us in desperate need; Virlanie is often their last hope. The foundation’s intervention gives the children the opportunity to become self-sufficient, fulfilled and active members of society.
      Thank you Jeck, for your interest in the campaign. I hope in this Christmas season, you will be able to support us and say with pride: “I Ate to Educate”.
      julian / Virlanie Foundation

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