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Community Pantry Event

Another Community Pantry event was held on May 15, 2021 at the new Barangay Sicat hall premise organized by the Brgy. Sicat officials and Brgy. Sicat Women's Council. Pres. Lito & PP Raymund attended the event with Julie Ann and Katrina. A variety of fresh vegetables, rice, assorted canned goods, trays of eggs, noodles, condiments, packs of coffee and creamer, sweet pineapple, supplements, fa...
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Christmas giving to indigents

Starting early morning of Dec 23, RIMM Rotarians delivered several van loads of cured firewood to 21 indigent squatter camp families in Brgy. Lucsuhin.  Led by IPP Raymund and supported by volunteer Christine, the wood shipment was followed in the afternoon with the delivery of 5kg. rice for each family, 80 coconuts, pandesal bread and coins for the children who put everyone in the Christmas mood ...
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Christmas giving in conjunction with DSWD, Alfonso

On December 20, 2016, the Christmas giving party planned by RIMM in cooperation with DSWD-Alfonso, Cavite which had selected 51 of the poorest families in three barangays, got underway on a beautiful sunny day. By 8:00 am three vans and one truck had been loaded at the RIMM H.Q. with cured firewood for cooking, 51 bags of rice, assorted canned goods and coconuts. Additionally bananas, noodles, sha...
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Helping Bereaved Indigent Family

The Php3,500/month family support handout for former parentless street child Nino, his under-employed grandmother Ester Stuazon and her 20-year old daughter Mhina ended in June 2015 after a 30-month support. Nino's mother (Ester's daughter & Mhina's sister) was raped and murdered. Mhina, who graduated from high school two years ago has financially provided meaningful family support through par...
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Updates on Indigent Settlers

RIMM has continued to provide financial assistance to the indigent settlers originally from Samar Island who were evicted from Gulad, Mangas II and recently relocated to Usting, Luksuhin Ibaba, Alfonso, Cavite, to help constructing their simple housings which mostly consist of plywood, bamboo and tarpaulin (plastic sheet). Their request of C.R. (comfort room) is now fulfilled. Two toilet rooms w...
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Providing Housing Materials for Informal Settlers

September 12, 2015 RIMM donated initial construction materials to assist in rebuilding the shanties of the informal settlers at Usting, Luksuhin Ibaba who were evicted from barangay Mangas II in Alfonso, Cavite, Philippines. Barangay Luksuhin Ibaba lady Captain Cynthia was on site with us to witness the donation of the materials and rebuilding of the shanties. Richard, the leader of the i...
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Evicted Indigents Settled in Barangay Luksuhin

Captain Cynthia of barangay Luksuhin Ibaba accepted the indigent informal setters who were evicted from barangay Mangas and in corporation with the landowner discussed to settle the rules/regulations witnessed by Rotary members. - Assign a leader to manage garbage disposal, peace & order, prohibition of liquor & drugs, etc. - Luksuhin Health Center gives free medical check-ups & me...
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Vocational Training #2 for Indigents as Electronic Technicians

Continuing effort to provide vocational training opportunities to barangay Mangas II residents, Dindo, a local electronic technician, has decided to voluntarily teach electronics. He was actually the one who assisted one of the birth certificate project activities. RIMM took eight willing trainee candidates including Henry to Dindo's shop for introductory lecture. Dindo explained about capacitors,...
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Vocational Training for Indigents as Automobile Mechanics

Providing financial assistances to indigents sounds good and benevolent. Despite our intent, however, we would need to be aware that it might sometimes promote their laziness and dependency.  Instead, RIMM has sought to provide vocational training opportunities so that they can acquire skills to earn their own bread and butter. Luckily an excellent automobile mechanic in town, Danny, who has 15 ...
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2014 Gift Giving to Indigent & Family Planning

January 03, 2014 JRIMM (Rotary International Multinational Manila) Rotarians collaborated with DSWD (Department of Social Welfare Development) and AWH (Academy of World Healing Foundation) in providing commodities such as rice, other food items, firewood and clothing to 82 indigent families in barangay (village) Kaysuyo, Alfonso, Cavite. Family planning was high on the minds of almost everyone ...
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