Galing Foundation, Inc.

is a non profit 501 (c) 3 tax exempt charitable organization registered in the State of Georgia

GFI assists in providing quality educational resources to underserved public schools, libraries and day care centers.

Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Jocelyn Robles, GFI Mindanao Outreach Coordinator Reports on Impact of Books and School Supplies Received

At the 26th GFI board meeting in April 23, 2013 held at East Point, GA, Ms. Jocelyn Robles, GFI Mindanao Outreach coordinator reports on the impact of books and school supplies received from donors in Atlanta.  (click here for video)

Students of Amado M. Quirit, Sr. National High School

Robles personally conveys a message of thanks to donors of Galing Foundation, Inc. (click here for video)

GFI board presented select artworks by Mindanao students showcased at Cross of Life Lutheran Church International Dinner and Auction held last Aug. 24, 2013 in Roswell. (click here for video)

Tuesday, April 22, 2014

GFI ships box nos. 230 & 231 to Cornerstone Baptist Deaf Academy, Lamlifew Elementary & Amado M. Quirit HS

April 18, 2014, Roswell, GA
Galing Foundation, Inc. ships box no. 230 (invoice no. 10112 via RDR Cargo/J. Suarez) for Lamlifew Elementary School & Amado M Quirit, Sr. HS in Mindanao through Jocelyn Robles and box no. 231 (invoice no. 10114 via RDR Cargo/J. Suarez) for Cornerstone Baptist Deaf Academy in Tarlac through Dr. Carol Woodley.
The boxes contained educational materials (books, school supplies and some electronic gadgets) donated by members of Cross of Life Lutheran Church in Roswell, Marie Davenport, Northwest Philam Assoc. board & members, May Kinnunen, Vladimir & Lenie Bilan, Lauren & Melissa Luetgers and anonymous donors.  
The shipment of the boxes was made possible by GFI's financial donors and volunteers.
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Wednesday, April 16, 2014

A Big Thank You to Northwest Philam Association of Georgia

April 13, 2014 - Marietta, GA

The Northwest Philam Association of Georgia hosted another successful annual Easter Egg Hunt at Bells Park Ferry in Marietta serving several families and friends in the surrounding area.  An array of native Filipino home cooked meals were prepared by its members and officers as well as some familiar non-Filipino dishes enjoyed by all attendees.   

The event was highlighted with a fun filled Easter Egg hunt, a variety of contests enjoyed by children as well as by the adults and a book and school supply drive benefiting the children of Galing Foundation, Inc. 

The association has been a consistent partner of GFI on its mission to raise awareness on the importance of literacy focusing in the rural areas of the Philippines

The GFI board together with its beneficiaries expresses its gratitude to the leadership of NW Philam board and members for the consistent and generous contribution and support over the years.  Several books, school supplies and $30 monetary donation (for shipping) were received during the book drive. 

We invite you to visit, NorthWest Philam Assocation of Georgia on Facebook to learn more about its upcoming events.

Tuesday, April 01, 2014

Galing Foundation receives $1,555.60 from Cross of Life to support LDERA (Library Development & Education Resource Assistance) Program

March 28, 2014 - Roswell, GA-

Galing Foundation, Inc. volunteer Melissa Luetgers acknowledges receipt of $1,555.60 from Cross of Life Lutheran Church.  She thanks COL for their continued support of GFI's LDERA (Library Development and Education Resource Assistance) program.  The funds will be used to help pay for shipment of books and schools supplies received in the Atlanta area to benefit Filipino children.

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