Thanksgiving and Gift-giving Program

    Every Child is a gift from above. The foundation shares love through Thanksgiving and Gift-giving programs in the Philippines. The barangay San Agustin in the town of Hagonoy, province of Bulacan, the foundation is blessed to bring happiness to 600 children. They enjoyed a simple celebration. They can also showcase their talents through dancing and enjoy the whole program with lots of fun by winning the parlor games. Through simple snacks and cash gifts, their smiles and genuine appreciation are heartwarming.
     The Ramos Foundation Annual Gift Giving Program is a way to share blessings and gives hope to the children through our hosted program. It demonstrates generosity and the true spirit of the season of giving to many children. As part of this work, our foundation is committed to charitable causes that advocate the children's well-being and the broadest value of instilling kindness and joy through the eyes of the brethren children.
Ramos Foundation Thanksgiving Celebration at San Agustin Elementary School
🌟 The Ramos Foundation celebrated Thanksgiving Day at San Agustin Elementary School, spreading joy and gratitude! ✨
🍽️ Feeding 1,188 Hearts: We catered to 1,188 pupils, providing nourishing food, crisp apples, essential multivitamins, and indulgent imported chocolates.
👏 Honoring Outstanding Parents: Recognizing the dedication of 10 exceptional parents, including 9 solo parents and 1 special gift to the community.
💝 Appreciation for Educators: The Ramos Foundation extended gratitude to the dedicated teachers of San Agustin Elementary School, gifting them with heartfelt cash presents.
🌞 A Day of Joy: The morning and afternoon were filled with smiles, laughter, and meaningful connections. Together, we created unforgettable moments!
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