MPSPC Walk for a Cause set November 10

BONTOC, Mountain Province – The State-run Mountain Province State Polytechnic College (MPSPC) will be conducting a Walk for A Cause, the institution’s charity event, to celebrate the 52nd birth day of its incumbent president to generate the needed resources to support the programs and projects of the designated beneficiaries.

MPSPC president Rexton Chakas said that the event will be held on November 1,0, 2017, 6 am, and its proceeds will be used for the benefit of the Bontoc Green Police, garbage collectors and a 12,year old boy undergoing dialysis treatment.

He said that it will be all systems go for the institution’s charity event and that the school administration is calling on residents to support the conduct of the said activity to generate the needed proceeds for the designated beneficiaries this year.

“We are conducting this year’s fund raising activity dubbed as Walk for a cause – 52 @52 to help the Bontoc Green Police and the garbage collectors as a way to recognize their “instrumental” role in minimizing garbage problems in this capital town and to help save a child who is fighting for dear life – Ezekiel Kolnog, a 12 year-old, grade 8 student who was recently diagnosed of stage 5 renal failure who is undergoing daily dialysis,” Dr. Chakas said.

The President’s Social Action Program (PSAP) started in 2014 which eventually became an annual fund raiser which coincides with the birthday of the College President.

“It was an ambitious idea, but with an extremely supportive family, friends and community, the PSAP’s walk for a cause continued to draw participants each year,” the college president added.

The activity also aims to seek environmental protection action of the local government officials and the public in various environmental issues such as proper solid waste management/disposal and protection for water and air.

To make the college president’s 52nd birthday more memorable, the registration fee for the event is P52.00. It will start at the MPSPC Frontage and will end at the MPSPC Quadrangle with a short program and a full hour zumba exercise. Proceeds of the event shall go directly to the beneficiaries.

By Wynner Sayaan


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