Events: Riverside College and NDB Coordinate for their Community Extension Project
Riverside College and Negros Daily Bulletin, represented respectively by Janet Villanueva and Mary Grace Castidad with W. Henry O. Streegan representing the publication, conducted a feeding activity among children of members of the Kasanag United Mothers’ Association (KUMA) at the Abada-Escay Squatter Relocation community center, Purok Progreso, Brgy. Vista Alegre last Friday. Ms. Luisa Subebe is president of the association.
Beneficiaries of Feeding Program.*
Some 80 underprivileged children partook of the nutritious food prepared by the mothers which was donated by the Loving Rose Mission of Canada.
Riverside College and NDB also donated books which will be used by the pre-school which is sponsored by Riverside College.
Children lining up to receive food ration donated by Loving Rose Mission of Canada. In photo are Ms. Janet Villanueva and Mary Grace Castidad of Riverside College.*
This feeding program is a year-round activity of the publication and Riverside College.*