A day after Independence Day, volunteer employees of Mustard Seed Systems went on an almost 3-hour trek to the mountains of Rodriguez Rizal to reach Inigan Elementary School. The school has a total of about 80 students and these kids are relatively passionate about studying despite the fact that they lack in life.
Bags, school supplies, personal hygiene kit and more were given to the students. They were also given a short session on how to take care of themselves so that they can ensure a healthy living. The kids also enjoyed playing games with the volunteers, as well as a boodle fight during lunch.
The activity at Inigan Elementary School was the second outreach done by Mustard Seed for their Seeds of Hope project and they said that there would be more. Everyone can help out and pledge whatever they can and be part of the ongoing project.
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Photo credit to Reymond Aglipay.