T1's "One Win" Campaign gets 20 Scholars
Campaign poster of the T1 “One Win” showing one the beneficiaries of the program
Balili Elementary School Principal, Mr. Franklin Pianza expressed his heartfelt thanks for choosing his school as the recipient of the Adopt-A-School Program as this is the first time that they receive assistance from a big corporation, such as Insular Life. He is thankful that the Insular Foundation reached out to them.
Mr. Henry Pagulayan, Territory Expansion Head, Territory 1, together with Mr. Erwin Galang, East Tagalog Regional Head and representatives of the T1 agency force, with the Insular Foundation staff, Ms. Tere Melad and Ms. Mitzie Casibang came to meet the scholars and their parents and to give the first year of the six years educational assistance in the form of back-to-school kits.
Group photo of the Grade 1 Adopt scholars with their parents, Balili School Principal, and teachers, and Insular Life representatives from the Territory 1 agency force.
Turn-over of back-to-school kits composed of school supplies, uniform, and Insular storybooks. Mr. Henry Pagulayan, Territory Expansion Head, Territory 1 poses for a photo with the Grade 1 beneficiary and parent. At the back from left: Balili ES Principal Mr. Franklin Pianza, Mr. Erwin Galang, East Tagalog Regional Head, and representatives from the agency force, Ms. Cynthia del Rosario, Unit Manager, Ms. Nena Tabogader, Unit Manager and Ms. Jubz Kitano, Financial Adviser
Insular Foundation operates on the principle of “give where we live,” wherein the Foundation brings the corporate social responsibility programs to the community where there are Insular Life offices, said Ms. Ana Soriano, Insular Foundation Administrator. “Aside from the need to assist Balili Elementary School, we choose them for the Adopt A Scholar Program because of its proximity to our Territory 1 Insular Life Baguio District Office, and to our partner state university in Benguet, the Benguet State University where we have our Gold Eagle college scholars.”
Back-to-school kits composed of school bags, school materials, school uniform and Insular storybooks received by the Adopt-A-Scholar Program scholars.
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