Here in Bridge360, we strive to embed the Triple Bottom Line concept guided by the Good Governance principles in all our endeavors.
Through our projects, we aim to help the people through education and digital transformation for NGOs, CSOs, startups, and SMEs; the planet through environmental activities; and have profit to boost the Philippine economy.
This is a joint initiative entitled PROJECT ORBIT which seeks to promote the value of volunteerism and nationalism in the Bicol Region by offering a venue for the citizens of the Rinconada region to help their own alma maters and the rest of the schools in the area through improving the ventilation system in the classrooms
ENGR. REJIEL A. GONZALES, and NABUA NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL have agreed to work in a partnership to implement the “PROJECT ORBIT” (herein referred to as “ORBIT”) that seeks to provide students a well-ventilated rooms that would aid in increasing classroom ventilation rates toward recommended guidelines which translates into improved academic achievement. This project supports sustainable and productive learning environments for both the students and the faculty.
The NABUA NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL is a DepED-managed partially-urban secondary public school located in Nabua, Camarines Sur, Bicol.
This has been an initiative begun on December 2017. With too many unused clothing, toiletries, and other things we own, they tend to clutter the house. While we have these stuffs, some people almost do not have anything. Other people’s trash can be other people’s treasure. And so, like-minded people have gathered to donate money and their things, re-packaging these, and have helped in the distribution of these to poor homeless Filipinos.
As of now, the project has distributed 100 loot bags filled with towels, pillows, canned goods, toiletries, used clothing, some school supplies, etc. to homeless Filipinos and families within Quezon City (around Diliman) and Pasay City (along Roxas Blvd). Volunteers have distributed these using their bicycles, motorcycles, or cars.
On our 3rd year now, we are hoping to distribute a hundred more loot bags!