NPC LFI holds virtual turn-over of classroom project, says Covid-19 can’t stop its advocacies

The NPC Ladies Foundation Inc., on July 3, turns over its ICT classroom donation to Fatima National High School (FNHS) in Bohol via Zoom conference.

Originally scheduled on February, the turnover ceremony was hampered by the spread of coronavirus in the country. To ensure that the classroom would be ready for the opening of classes in August, the Foundation arranged for a simple ceremony in Bohol with school officials and a virtual participation of its Board Members.

The simple and physically distanced ceremony was graced by FNHS officials and staff led by Ms. Robilla O. Espejo (Principal), Ms. Catherine Majomot, LFI representative from Bohol, and the LFI Ladies via Zoom headed by Ambassador Virginia H. Benavidez.

“All glory, praises and thanksgiving to God alone for another impactful and timely project for the benefit of FNHS students and teachers who would be involved in blended learnings and online classes during these challenging times amidst the Covid-19 battle,” said Ambassador Gee Benavidez.

As testament to its commitment to help people, the NPC LFI would soon start a virtual program to start raising funds for another classroom project, this time in Luzon.

Ambassador Gee is positive that the pandemic can never hinder the Foundation to perform its mission, saying, “I have always believed that if we have a mission with a vision, passion with compassion, we can make things happen and great things come to life. We all have a stake in doing the best we can for the education and empowerment of our beloved students - the future of our nation.”