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Project Sunshine Update #8. Baybay I SPED School Second Snack Drive

“For it is good to be children sometimes, and never better than at Christmas, when its mighty Founder was a child Himself.”
― Charles Dickens, A Christmas Carol

The second snack drive was held last December 19, 2013. The SPED pupils had so much fun since some friends of the SPED teachers also gave gifts and more food.

Baybay I SpED School
(Inside Baybay I Central School)
Contact person:
Mrs. Carlyn D. Flores - SpED Teacher
Principal: Mrs. Elsa Bathan-Tabudlong

Project Sunshine Update #6: Baybay I SPED School First Snack Drive

The first of 8 snacks drives for Baybay I SPED School (Baybay, Leyte) was held today, December 13, 2013. As part of phase 2 of Project Sunshine, this is Bright Start's way of supporting the school's feeding program for their 107 students. Mrs. Elsa B. Tabudlong, Baybay I Central School Principal, with the assistance of SPED teachers facilitated the event.

Thank you Project Sunshine Team.

Project Sunshine Update #5: Bogo Health Center

This Sunstar news article reminded us of the Starfish Story (please view first picture). It has always guided us when we began doing projects in 2009.

For Project Sunshine, we have a number of updates for Phase 2. We are happy to share that Bogo Health Center's roof has been repaired. The health center staff can now provide services to all 29 barangays in Bogo City (Cebu) without worrying if it rains or if it gets too hot.

Come Baby Jesus

As we prepare for the celebration of the Nativity of Jesus, we continue to appeal for help on behalf of the children. We hope that as we immerse in the spirit of giving this Christmas, we will not forget those who still do not have homes and classrooms until now. Although it has been a month from the Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan) tragedy, a whole lot can still be done. For Project Sunshine, more donations would mean more classrooms can be fixed.

For more information on Phase 2, kindly click here..

Project Sunshine Phase 2: School Matters

School helps children resume a sense of normalcy, which is critical to their emotional recovery. Schools are also a protective environment for children, who are more vulnerable to exploitation and abuse in the aftermath of disasters.
Unicef 

Project Sunshine Phase 1 Summary Update

You are my sunshine 
My only sunshine 
You make me happy 
When the skies are grey 
You'll never know dear 
How much I love you 
Please don't take 
My sunshine away 
~ Jimmie H. Davis

Project Sunshine Update #3. Baybay, Leyte

A little something to ease the pain and heal the wounds...

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