Children & Youth, Community Development, Education, Volunteerism |
Nov 23, 2023 |
Project Baon, A Day Of Volunteer Service
Project Baon, one of Aral Pinoy’s longest-running and flagship projects, was launched in 2011 with a noble mission: to offer educational support to underprivileged children, ensuring they can successfully complete high school and college. In its inaugural phase, the project extended a vital lifeline to students by granting them monthly financial assistance throughout their college years. Every school year, this initiative carefully selects ten deserving students from our partner communities, ensuring they receive the necessary financial support to pursue their education. (http://www.aralpinoy.org/)
Our commitment to education through Project Baon has left a lasting impact on our history. Today, we're building on that legacy. Inspired by the belief that impactful Volunteer Service requires a coordinated effort, Project Baon continues to gather volunteers, creating a positive impact in just one day.
Embark on a journey of selflessness and compassion, unleashing the power of kindness and generosity. Whether you're lending a helping hand to those in need or spreading love through community service, our Volunteer Service is the perfect platform to give back and make a difference. Don't wait; join us on this unforgettable journey.
Aral Pinoy visits the Day Care Center of Brgy. 804 Zone 87 that caters to 50 to 70 toddlers and preschoolers boys and girls while their parents are at work or unable to care for them. There are 3 Sessions: 8AM - 9AM, 930AM-1130AM and 3PM to 430PM. The volunteers will assist the Volunteer Teacher Bernadette "BADETTE" Montiza Mabulac in the day care center per session by providing a variety of activities and learning experiences that help the children develop important skills, such as socialization, language development, and motor skills.
Preschoolers are introduced to basic educational concepts such as the alphabet, numbers, and colors. A Day Care Center plays an important role in providing a supportive and stimulating environment for young children, allowing them to learn, grow, and develop important life skills.
November 23, 2023 Thursday
8 AM estimated time of arrival (ETA) to Brgy. 804 Day Care Center
8 AM - 12 NN Community Immersion / Breakfast or Snacks with 20-40 Children per session
1230 PM estimated time of departure (ETD)
[OPTIONAL 1PM - 3PM Extended Community Immersion / Snacks with 20-40 Children per session]
How to get to Brgy. 804 Zone 87?
from Quirino LRT Station, Malate, Manila, 1004 Metro Manila, go infront of BDO Leon Guinto - San Andres Branch, and take a jeep going to Brgy. 804 Zone 87 at Concha, San Andres Bukid, Manila, 1017 Metro Manila https://maps.app.goo.gl/vJ5jyDn1XuGKEXYe9
What do I need to do during Community Immersion?
There are many volunteer activities that can be done in a day care center. Here are a few ideas:
Organize a story time session for the children and read them some fun and educational books.
Help the children with their homework and provide assistance with any questions they may have.
Play games with the children and engage in fun activities such as arts and crafts, drawing or coloring.
Assist the day care staff with basic tasks such as cleaning, organizing or preparing snacks for the children.
What do I need to give or what can I ask from my friends to give?
Food and Drinks during Community Immersion
In terms of gifts, what can I share with the children to help them better learn? Here are some ideas:
School supplies such as notebooks, pencils, erasers, and rulers
Educational games and puzzles
Coloring books and crayons
Storybooks and picture books
Flashcards and educational posters
What do I need to know and prepare?
Time Schedules - Expected Time of Arrival (ETA) and Expected Time of Departure (ETD) to and from the site
Point of departure and areas to visit
Necessary and miscellaneous expenses
Proper and appropriate clothing
Packed food (baon) if applicable, other food and drinking water
Discipline and behavior protocol during the trip and at the site
Ensure that all volunteers are in good health
Ensure that all volunteers are informed of the Rules/Guidelines
In case of emergency, a representative will contact Emergency Contact Person of the volunteer
What is the minimum public health standards?
Continue observing proper health and safety protocols to ensure the well-being of the community
Please present a valid ID and your vaccination card OPTIONAL
Wear face masks at all times OPTIONAL
Wash hands as frequently as possible
Bring hand sanitizer or alcohol with you
How much pocket money should I bring?
Food is KKB. The estimate food allowance is ₱300 (personal money)
What other important details do I need to know?
(Organizer) Antonio Ingles Jr PhD
Brgy 804 Z 87, 2353 Concha Street, San Andres Bukid, Manila, 1017 Metro Manila