Lakbay at Lapis Project: Sharing Blessings on the Road

I have traveled to quite a number of places in the Philippines for personal satisfaction and though it always felt great to have explored a destination, I believe that there’s more to my travels than exciting activities, photographs, and good food. With that in mind, I, together with my sister and a friend, will be starting a small project we would like to call “Lakbay at Lapis.” This project primarily aims to bring smiles on the faces of pupils in far-flung barrio schools by providing them with a quarter’s worth of school supplies.

We desire for this project to be sustainable, hence, we would like to invite you to be part of it either by donating any amount or school supplies (not necessarily new but still functional/usable). We would also be delighted if you can go with us in our future travels so you yourself can get to deliver school stuff to the kids right at their doorstep.

Our first beneficiary school is located in Carles, Iloilo. We will be going there on July 9, 2015, en route our trip to Isla de Gigantes.

To keep things transparent, all project information will be posted on this website to assure you that your donations get to where they should be given.

If you would like to know more about the project or if you would like to be part of this project, simply drop a comment below or contact me through the following:

e-mail: emirsicangco@gmail.com

Facebook: Emir Suerte Felipe Sicangco

I will keep you posted regarding the schedules of our upcoming trips and outreach activities so make sure to visit this website for updates. God bless you!

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