With its mission of “bringing the message of faith, love, and hope to the destitute, the poor, the orphans, the oppressed and the needy and empowering them through education, leadership training and dedicated community service, the Rotary Club conducted different programs to realize this mission.

Rescue 1117 (Seminar & Training)

Rescue Training
March 04, 2014
Road 1 Corner Road 3, San Miguel Heights, Marulas, Valenzuela City
To give immediate care to a person who has been injured and to enhance the ability of a good first aider and rescuer

Rescue 1117 (Seminar & Training)

The project is about training in body bandage techniques, CPR (Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation) and the proper way of man to man rescue using spine board in case an accident or emergency situations. We also learned the first aid training, disaster management, rappelling, zip line, bridge-crossing, wall climbing, and free falling.

Vital Signs

Community Outreach Program
February 27, 2014
Community Residents of Brgy. 45, Zone 4, District 2, Caloocan City
To help the community in a way of an Outreach Program thru checking of vital signs such as respiration, pulse rate, and blood pressure.

Vital signs

The project is about community service particularly measuring vital signs in the residence of the said barangay. The caregiver students (Rotaract members) participated in the event, checking their vital signs and giving them some advice to a healthier life.

Measles prevention

Measles Awarenness
February 24, 2014
Tinajeros National High Scool, Malabon City
To inform us from danger what measles can bring to our lives

Measles Prevention

The caregiver students of ACTEC Caloocan conducted a seminar about Measles Prevention in Brgy. Tinajeros, on February 24, 2014 at 10 o'clock in the morning to 4 o'clock in the afternoo. The guest speaker,Professor Roque Soriano and Professor Ramon Kirk Zipagang toger with 16 caregiver students joined the seminar. After which the lesson s continue , Mr. Zipagang and Mr. Soriano were give a plaque of recognition for their helpful knowledge.

Christ in Education

February 20-24, 2014
High Lands Camp, Iba, Zambales
To know more about God and to disciple people especially those who turn their paths away from Him.

Christ in education

Christ in education spread the word of God and makes us realize what are the possible things that could happen without God in our lives. It was done last February 20-21, 2014 at High Lands Camo at Iba, Zambales. There are about a thousand of youth and put of school youth participated in the said event

Valentine's Party

School Activity
February 14, 2014
Actec Caloocan Branch
To have a new way of celebrating Valentine's Day by means of presenting the knowledge taught to the students. It will serve as immersion.

Valentine's party

This event happened last February 14, 2014, Valentine's Day at LR 1-3 ACTEC Caloocan. It was organized by Tourism, IT, and HRS students. Tourism students are the one who prepared the whole program. They hosted and managed the event from ticket selling, promotion, down to the games. The IT students showcase their ability to create animated figures that was taught to them. HRS students presented different abilities like food serving, table napkin folding, table skirting, and beverage mixing.

Children of Damas

Outreach Program-Community Service
February 12, 2014
Quirino Street, Paco, Manila
Gift giving and creating good memories of children

Children of Damas

This project is about an outreach for the benefit of the children of Damas, held in the house of Association de Damas located in Quirino, Paco Manila, last February 12, 2014. Caregiver students of ACTEC and the children of Damas participated in a heartwarming program filled with dancing, food, gift giving, games and lot of fun

Children's Party

Classroom Activity
February 10, 2014
Actec Caloocan Branch
To participate in creating good and happy memories for children.

Children's party

Children's costume party, held inside the ACTEC classroom, happened last February 10, 2014, for the benefit of children ages 2 years old to 12 years of age. There were 5 Rotarians present in the event