Ms. Marjorie Yandan, officer-in-charge for Special Projects of Casino Filipino- PAGCOR-Angeles, said “We have chosen Mabalacat City College because we know that this is the school that progress and that is in progress, and we know that any assistance (we provide) can give help every indigent student that are enrolled here (in Mabalacat City College).
This is a project from our Chairman, Ms. Andrea D. Domingo, and gusto po niya na makatulong siya in any way sa mga tao not only in Manila but nationwide na nangangailanagan ng tulong..specially at these times…for this is our way of giving back…” She further said that it is PAGCOR's top priority to extend assistance to every public schools and indigent communities.
Dr. Michelle Aguilar-Ong, MCC College President, expressed her warmest gratitude to PAGCOR for this partnership. “We thank PAGCOR for always including MCC in their humanitarian generosity. The donated televisions will help our transition to digital when face-to-face is allowed. The new televisions will be installed on our laboratory rooms to magnify any demonstration.” Ong said.
Heads up MCCians!
Mabalacat City College welcomes grants and donors from philanthropists who generously share their blessings to deserving but qualified students of Mabalacat City College. These kindhearted individuals are a piece of good fortune who in turn allows others to be one as well. Such is Mr. Renato Dan Pablo II who very recently launched the search for his Renato Dan Pablo II Annual Grant. Mr. Pablo gave the requirements for the search and the coveted prize is a laptop that the recipient can use in his/her studies. Kezia Claire C. Hermosa received the laptop from Mr. Dan Pablo himself and in the presence of Ms. Emilene Lagman – the Grants and Scholarship Coordinator from the VPEA office.
MCC congratulates both Mr. Dan Pablo II and Kezia Hermosa. May this be the beginning of more fruitful grants for the students and for people who would like to help the young generation reach for their dreams.