Juan Portrait, a group of volunteer photographers with the advocacy of giving joy through the camera lens, went to Villa Maria Integrated School in Porac, Pampanga for a day of fun picture taking with the students. The students of Villa Maria, mostly coming from the Aeta Community, was not only given the opportunity to smile in front of the camera, but they were also treated to story telling and games.
Aside from Juan Portrait, The Storytelling Project, Fully Booked Foundation and The Kinder Project joined in the day of fun play. The students also received rain gear, pencils and slippers from the participating organizations.
Find out how the fun play day went! Click here to watch the YouTube video.
The idea of having a Toy Library was not appealing at first. She thought, it was just an additional task being given by their Barangay Captain. But once it was put up, Ate Gemma Mendoza, Program Coordinator of Brgy. Loyola Heights, finally appreciated the Toy Library.
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