Fund Raising Program

The Fund-Raising Program is responsible for the growth of the fund balance of the Foundation.

Since its inception, fund-raising activities have been conducted and these include, solicitations from parents, alumni and other stakeholders; fund raising events like Miss Saigon in 2003; the Aruga Art Exhibits with artist Joven Ignacio in 2007 and 2011, the 50@50 Fund Raising Campaign (P50M at 50 years), and more recently, the TPF EGG (The PSHS Foundation Endowment and Grant Giving Project).

The latter is the biggest fund-raiser to date, already raising P30M in endowments and P6.4M in the Walang Maiiwan grant since 2018.

40 years of the Godparent Program

3,910 Godchildren Given Stipends

_____ Godparents

Over P 42,333,656.66 given in stipends

The Godchildren Care Fund

Godparents donate grants to their godchildren monthly for 10 months during a School Year. Many godparents support their godchildren from Grade 7 to Grade 12.

Enabling godchildren. Creating opportunities for holistic growth. Fostering character development. Providing fun experiences.

The Godparent Program is now the other flagship program of the Foundation, a Program that does not just provide financial assistance, but also fosters the holistic growth of the godchildren.

We are continuously growing the Godchildren Care Fund which ensures sustained support for all other activities of the Godparent Program.

Major donor of the Godchildren Care Fund, CONCEPT CLOTHING Co, Inc. chose to celebrate the 40th anniversary of their Sahara Brand with the godchildren! Mr. Benito and Mrs. Huya Lim are long time donors and supporters of the Godparent Program and the PSHS.

We monitor academic performance.

Godchildren who need help are given tutors, usually former godchildren now in college.

Godchildren who shine are given recognition.. The Foundation takes pride in the Godchildren Merit Awardees – godchildren who are in the Director’s List or who brings honor to the school as recipients of awards, like, the Oblation Award of the University of the Philippines, or as winners of competitions.

Godchildren Merit Awards. Yes they get “envelopes” as a reward for their hard work. Beaming.

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