McDonald’s celebrates 6th National Breakfast Day with good vibes and free Longgadesal

Earlier today, McDonald’s transformed mornings into new beginnings as it marks its 6th National Breakfast Day by giving out free Longgadesal sandwiches from 7 to 8 AM in close to 500 McDonald’s stores nationwide. The Longgadesal is the newest offering from McDonald’s which is a delicious take on the traditional freshly-baked pandesal combined with another Filipino […]

RAFI enters into a Tripartite Agreement with Santa Clara University and the University Of San Carlos

A Memorandum of Understanding was entered into by the Ramon Aboitiz Foundation Inc. (RAFI) with Santa Clara University (SCU) of Santa Clara, California, and the University of San Carlos (USC) of Cebu City, Philippines, for a tripartite collaboration to implement the Aboitiz Social Ventures Cebu.  The signing was done last Feb 9, 2018, at SCU, Santa […]

World Vision: Psychosocial care for children still needed after Marawi armed conflict

Following the return of families to Marawi City, aid agency World Vision underscores the importance of continuous psychosocial support for children affected by the crisis.  “Healing does not come in a snap especially for the children who have witnessed the fighting in Marawi. A number of them have had psychosocial support while they were still […]

World Vision Reaches Out to 2,000 Families in Albay

Child-focused aid organization World Vision begins its relief operation to displaced families affected by the ongoing brunt of Mayon Volcano. Around 2,000 families or more than 7,000 individuals who fled to evacuation centres in Guinobatan, Albay were provided with relief items including hygiene kits (bath and laundry soaps, toothbrushes and toothpastes, sanitary packs, nailcutters, underwears […]

Casa Gorordo Museum Talk on “Sinug ug Sinuog: Exploring the Two Dance Forms”

Prof. Caesar Nimor and Mrs. Mila Catelo-Janson, leading Cebuano dance researchers, gave a lecture and had a demonstration on the traditional Sinug dance of Estelita “Titang” Diola vis-à-vis the Sinulog Mardi Gras dance of contemporary time.   The afternoon talk was enlightening as the speakers delved into the differences in dance choreographs, history, narratives and […]