Operation Sagip

School From Cavite Reaches Out to Marawi Families

Althea Cahayag
January 9, 2018

      

In photo: Krisha Catuira (ALKFI-Operation Sagip's Donor and Communications Officer), Caryl Macahilig (St. Dominic College of Asia's Community Outreach and Extension Staff), Jane Hernandez (St. Dominic College of Asia's Student Council Vice President for Community Service), Jonathan Sta. Ana (St. Dominic College of Asia's Department of Student Affairs and Services Director), Ronald Tomines, RN, MAN, MSNc (St. Dominic College of Asia's Community Outreach & Extension Officer) and Sheryl Gabuya (ALKFI's Marketing Specialist)

St. Dominic College of Asia in Bacoor, Cavite, turned-over different goods to Operation Sagip, to be distributed to Marawi siege affected families. Through their “ZumaBayanihan” fund raising, they were able to collect sacks of rice, packs of instant coffee, and canned goods from their students and school personnel.

To date, Operation Sagip already reached more than 24,000 families affected by the conflict and close to 4,000 soldiers of Marawi.