Tuesday, January 5, 2010

Isang Araw Lang:Takbo Para sa Libreng Kolehiyo

I would like to support a friend of mine Stacey of Stacey Avenue's 1st Anniversary Special: a Blog Campaign For Free College Education for a very noble cause for kids who can't afford to go to school which also urged me too to support a charity marathon event, called the Isang Araw Lang:Takbo Para Sa Libreng Kolehiyo(Just One Day:Run For College Education)
This is a fun run/marathon event that will grant Free College Education (which means free tuition fees, free books, free uniforms, and free meals) to Filipino students who want to study but cannot afford to do so. This event is going to take place on January 31, 2010 at the SM Mall of Asia in the Philippines.(For more details visit http://sports37.net/ )




I do believe that being at school is where the dreams are built and a bright future is foreseen. Let's support these kids for a more brighter tomorrow. Be one of the 5o thousand runners who will run for FREE EDUCATION!!


This is not a sort of a contest but a blog campaign to support a huge event with a purpose and I do believe the power of blogging works! Happy Blog Anniversary, Stacey!!I'm happy to be a part of this noble campaign! More power to you and your blog! ^_^

6 comments:

r u s s said...

That's a very good cause. I'll read more about it and hopefully, if I won't be doing anything on the 31st, I might just join the run :)

Clarissa said...

Thanks,Russ.Hope you could join the fun run^_^

Stacey said...

Thank you so much for the support, Clarissa! It's indeed true that school is where dreams are built!

I'm now adding your link to my special blogroll :)

Chris said...

thanks for sharing this with us!

kikamz said...

this is a good cause!

Happy New Year pala Clang. pasencya na ngayon lang naka visit ulit at pasencya din kung di ako naka send ng aking christmas card for you and the family. i received the card u sent me by the way. thanks a lot for the thoughts!

Happy Three Kings too! Holiday dito ngayon. Germans consider the wise men's visit an important event in the Christian tradition.

David Funk said...

Glad to see you take part in this event, and helping with education as well as Stacey's 1st Blog Anniversary!

See ya later, Clarissa!

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