With five more months left in 2023, the Cebuana Lhuillier Foundation (CLFI) is on track with its goal to support a total of 150 Alternative Learning System (ALS) centers by the end of the year.
The CLFI team recently launched its 134th ALS Center which they supported with information and communication technology learning tools like laptops, printers, Smart TV, portable sound system, Wi-Fi routers, and load cards.
CLFI Executive Director Jonathan Batangan together with PJLI Chief Administrative Officer Jo-Ann Tacorda and Cebuana Lhuillier Area Head Mary Grace Torrato graced the turnover event held at the Dadiangas South District Community Learning Center in General Santos City.
Officials and educators from the Department of Education also graced the event: Education Program Supervisors Reginns Jumilla and Domingo Cortez, Jr., Division ALS Focal Person Juliet Lastimosa, Public Schools District Supervisor Dr. Lilane Josol, and ALS educators Maylene Ababon and Gerlie May Piscadera.
After the launch, the CLFI and Cebuana Lhuillier team paid a courtesy visit to General Santos Mayor Lorelie Pacquiao who expressed her gratitude for CLFI’s support to the Local Government Unit of General Santos and its ALS program.