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Erika Canonizado

High School,

Class 2004-2005

"Southville’s Poor Urban Child (POUCH) was a program that made an impact in my life. As a future nurse, caring is part of the values that we must uphold in our lives. Through POUCH, I was able to learn early the importance of caring for other individuals through serving and sharing with the beneficiaries of POUCH what they are not privileged to have." read more>>

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Southville and AASHPI Help Typhoon Nina Victims Rebuild Homes

Southville International School and Colleges and Asian Association of School HRMD Practitioners, Inc (AASHPI) partnered with Philippine Business for Social Progress (PBSP) in extending assistance to the victims of Typhoon Nina last hit the Philippines on Christmas day last year.

PBSP used Southville and AASHPI’s donation in purchasing shelter kits for 125 families in Camarines Sur and Batangas. Each shelter kit contains the following materials: 8 pieces of plywood, 10 pieces of Corrugated GI Sheets (3x12), 2 pieces of plain GI Sheets, 10 pieces of lumber (2x3x10), and various tools helpful in rebuilding the homes of the typhoon survivors.

Historically, the Southville family has demonstrated active participation in charitable causes particularly in efforts to help victims of natural disasters. Many students, families and individuals respond compassionately to calls for help assured that their donations reach the disaster survivors.

PBSP is a private and non-profit foundation dedicated to promoting business sector commitment to social development. Its guiding principle is “Helping People Help Themselves.” Rising above traditional welfare approaches, PBSP promotes the philosophy of efficiency, self-help and participation in improving the quality of life of the underprivileged.