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NCBA Gives Aid to SAMAFA Children

NCBA Gives Aid to SAMAFA Children

Showing solidarity and compassion for the children of the adopted community, Samahan ng Mga Taga Fairview (SAMAFA), the Community Outreach Program (COP), Business Administration department and NCBA Alumni Association extended help by donating school supplies in time for the opening of classes this coming September 2021.

The barangay Kagawad officials, Sean Ephraim  Abalajon, Robert Malasaga, Eison Jade Dazo, Jerry Buo and barangay treasurer, Edevico Demayo praised  the efforts of the NCBA community  in responding to the crisis brought by the COVID-19 pandemic. Kagawad Dazo said” we are happy that NCBA is extending help to Sitio SAMAFA for the past years.”

The donation drive was materialized with the effort of the COP head, Zenaida Miranda, Students Affairs Director, Rogelio Valiente and the Business Administration department and alumna, Jenny Morales.

NCBA-COP Taytay Launches Livelihood Program for Adopted Community

NCBA-COP Taytay Launches Livelihood Program for Adopted Community

“Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Teach him how to fish and you feed him for a lifetime” is a quote from the Chinese philosopher Lao Tzu, founder of Taoism, so to help our brethren, the National College of Business and Arts, Community Outreach Program-Taytay conducted the Livelihood Program of the adopted community in Purok 18 Javier Compound, Barangay San Juan, Taytay Rizal last march 20, 2021.

The participants were composed of single mothers, senior citizens and a worker in the barangay. They were taught Basic sanitation and Peanut Butter making by the Program Head of the Hospitality Management, Mr. Chester Mogol.

This Peanut butter making will be the start of the Livelihood program, the next will be Chili Garlic Oil, Non-Baked Cookies and marinated pork and chicken.

NCBA-COP Taytay Launches Livelihood Program for Adopted Community
NCBA -COP Responds to COVID-19 Threats

NCBA -COP Responds to COVID-19 Threats

The Community Outreach Program (COP) of  National College of Business and Arts led by the Assistant Vice President for Marketing and Linkages, Mariflor Uber and  COP Head, Zenaida Miranda assisted by our NCBA alumna, Esperanza Halabaso and the Basic Education Principal, Melissa Marie Cenidoza responded to the needs of the frontliners especially at the Philippine General Hospital by donating PPE, Surgical, N95, and face masks last March 9, 2021.

The protective shields given is one  way of combating  the spread of the deadly virus.

NCBA RELIEF GOODS OPERATION

NCBA RELIEF GOODS OPERATION

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February 1, 2020

When Taal Volcano erupted last January 12, 2020, many adhered to their call for help and assistance. Our Institution was one of those who lent a hand at their time of struggle and grave danger. Under the initiative of the President of the Teachers Union of National College of Business and Arts, Professor Bernard R. Macinas with the support of the Student Affairs Directors for each branch (Fairview, Taytay and Cubao) and the Community Outreach Program Coordinator, NCBA launched one of its biggest relief goods operation to date.

Last January 16, 2020, a set of guidelines was released to several key personnel of each campus on what to collect from our students, and how to properly repack it. The Basic Education departments of NCBA were tasked to accumulate toiletries, diapers, coffee, snacks, noodles, and bottled water, while the College departments gathered bags of rice and canned goods. Other donors like the NCBA management and offices also gave donations in kind.

A two-week period was given to gather all the necessary goods and NCBA amassed to a total of 1,550 bags of which are divided into the following:
– Cubao – 650 (300 bags of assorted goods, 200 bags of toiletries, and 150 bags of old clothes)
– Fairview – 500 bags of assorted goods with toiletries and old clothes
– Taytay – 20 boxes of repacked goods (estimated to be at 400 bags)

After the timeframe given to collect and repackage the goods, NCBA, under the leadership of the Assistant Vice President for Marketing Mrs. Mariflor M. Uber, left for Talisay and Laurel, Batangas on February 1, 2020. One of our former Professors, Mrs. Madeline Cascante helped the relief goods team by coordinating with the Local Government Officials and Units.

The team first stopped at Talisay, Batangas to meet with the Deputy Commissioner for Administration of their Local Government to drop off 300 bags of assorted goods.

Next, the team then traveled to the city of Laurel, Batangas to meet with their Mayor, the Hon. Joan Amo, and the city council board. 550 bags of assorted goods and toiletries were distributed to the evacuees based inside their center. Most of the citizens that were given relief goods were the people whose homes are still on lockdown due to the dangers of a sudden eruption of Mt. Taal.

The relief goods response team was supposed to go to Agoncillo, Batangas to drop off more relief goods, but certain geographical anomalies located on the main road to Agoncillo made it impossible for the vehicle to reach the city. The remaining goods were then equally distributed to Talisay and Laurel, Batangas.

Given the satisfaction of the team composing of students, teachers, and non-teaching personnel, NCBA is more than ready to help more: with increased effectivity, and efficiency.

After everything has been said and done with the Local Government Officials and units, NCBA accomplished one of its most momentous activities, which is its Corporate Social Responsibility.

A Celebration of Christmas w/ Brgy. Escopa III

A Celebration of Christmas w/ Brgy. Escopa III

Last December 2, 2017, the National College of Business and Arts held an Outreach Program that extended its hands to the children of Brgy. Escopa III. The Outreach Program was spearheaded by the COP Directress Ms. Catherine M. Calamlam, and supervised by the Assistant Vice President for Marketing and Linkages Mrs. Mariflor M. Uber. For over 1 week, the Elementary and High School students gave up their old toys and books for the less fortunate could enjoy upon. The entire department even donated candies, cookies, and other sweets. The program started at exactly 9:00 am after a few words from Ms. Calamlam, and the festivities commenced. Games for both the kids and adults were played. Everyone had a great time! One of the High School Assembly Officers wowed the guests through a medley of Christmas songs, and selected students from the High School department performed a special dance number. At about 10:15 am, the kids, together with their parents, had their snacks, while the acting officers of the event started the gift giving. After they had their snacks, our AVP for Marketing and Linkages Mrs. Mariflor M. Uber gave her closing remarks. Before the guests from Brgy. Escopa III could leave, they were given groceries and more toys for the kids. The program ended at 11:10 am and everyone left with a huge smile on their face.

            I would say that the Community Outreach Program was successful and that it showed how our leaders like Ms. Calamlam, and Mrs. Uber loved the community.