JMCFI ROTC takes part in nationwide launch of clean-up drive, partners with KCI for Brgy. Ilang

In support of the spearheaded nationwide clean-up drive by the Department of Natural Resources (DENR) and Local Government Units (LGUs), the Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) cadets of the Jose Maria Colege Foundation, Inc. (JMCFI) team up with the members of Keepers’ Club International (KCI) to volunteer for the coastal clean-up drive during the Barangay at Kalinisan Day (BarKaDa) in Brgy, Ilang, Davao city.

Actually pasalamat ta kay Pastor Quiboloy no sa atong gihimo; niapil sa atong clean-up drive… sa atong Baranggay… Ang grupo ni Pastor perme naga-participate sa atong mga activity… Mao ng pasalamat ko!“, Hon. Amado T. Babao, Brgy. Ilang Chairman exclaimed.

This community-driven initiative aimed to promote environmental stewardship and preserve the coastal ecosystem by actively engaging local volunteers in preserving the coastal area. Through this collective effort, volunteers contributed to the conservation of the environment.

Both JMCFI and KCI were founded by Rev. Dr. Pastor Apollo C. Quiboloy, a renowned environmentalist who has been awarded the ‘King of Peace’ by the Sustainability Standards, Inc. and conferred with honorary Doctor of Philosophy in Public Service (NASDP) by the  United Nations-Intergovernmental Organizations (UN-IGO).

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  • Lord Vincent Van Mendoza

    Vince is the student publication adviser of The JMarian. His journalism experience includes being a student writer, an associate editor, and a chief editor in his collegiate publication. He is a licensed professional teacher (LPT), Davao event host and spinner, digital marketing specialist, trainer, keynote speaker, and writer. He is digitally known as the 'Digital Lourd' of Davao city, Philippines.

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