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In response to the recent calamity, Philippine Business Bank cancelled its bankwide 2013 Christmas Party in empathy to the victims of Typhoon Yolanda. The Bank Management decided that part of the budget intended for the said salary will be donated for the Yolanda Victims.

On December 14, 2013, said plan was put into reality. Volunteerism spirit spread in the air when the volunteer-employees of Philippine Business Bank and AMY Foundation gathered at the open grounds of the Northern Rizal Yorklin School in Caloocan. A total of 1,000 pails containing blankets, mosquito nets, bath towels and dinnerware sets were packed by more than 200 volunteers. These items will be sent out to Tacloban City for distribution to the affected families of Typhoon Yolanda within the area.

 
Aboitiz Foundation #BangonVisayas - Update No. 15

 
Batangas High School Educators Undergo Training, Get Multimedia Package for School from Insular Life

In photo are the representatives of the Batangas Province High School for  Culture and the Arts (4th and 2nd from right, and extreme right) with (from left) Insular Life Sr. Asst. Vice President and Public Relations Head Ana Maria R. Soriano, Executive Vice President, Treasurer, Chief Actuary and Administrative Operations Head Mona Lisa B. de la Cruz, Department of Education Lipa School Division Superintendent Dr. Osias S. Monforte, Knowledge Channel Corporate Partnership Officer Maribeth Baril, and Department of Education Batangas Assistant School Division Superintendent Nadine Celindro (3rd from right).

Forty-five teachers and principals from fifteen high schools in Batangas recently underwent LEEP Training, and received a multi-media learning resource package for their schools from Insular Life in partnership with Knowledge Channel.

The LEEP (Learning Effectively through Enhanced Pedagogies) training equipped the educators with knowledge on how to make their classrooms learner-centered, ensuring more effective learning suitable to the K-12 curriculum. Meanwhile, the multi-media learning resource package called On-Demand, consisted of a laptop preloaded with Knowledge Channel-produced educational videos, modules and games adherent to the K-12 curriculum; a LED TV; and speakers that the teachers may use to supplement the teaching of various subjects in schools.

 
Aboitiz Foundation #BangonVisayas - Update No. 12

 
Inspire Science Wonder: The Mind Museum makes Science come Alive

 
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