CMDI spreads LOVE to its schol­ars

Sun.Star Cagayan de Oro - - Billboard -

CARD-MRI Devel­op­ment In­sti­tute (CMDI), a mem­ber in­sti­tu­tion of CARD Mu­tu­ally Re­in­forc­ing In­sti­tu­tions (CARD MRI), mo­bi­lized P299,156 for the CMDI LO-V-E Fund for the sec­ond quar­ter of 2017. Af­ter its launch last April 2017, CMDI will make the L-O-V-E Fund schol­ar­ship pro­gram a legacy in help­ing CARD mem­bers to pro­vide qual­ity ed­u­ca­tion for their chil­dren.

“We have al­ways en­vi­sioned that no stu­dent will be a school drop-out re­gard­less of so­cial standing,” Dr. Jaime Aris­to­tle B. Alip, founder and chair­man of CARD MRI said. “Ed­u­ca­tion is the key to a brighter fu­ture for Filipino fam­i­lies,” he added.

Dur­ing Dr. Alip’s trip in Cam­bo­dia with his wife, Mrs. An­nie Alip, he was in­spired by a fund rais­ing ac­tiv­ity for stu­dents. A metal form­ing the let­ters L-O-V-E struck his heart, in­spir­ing him to repli­cate the pro­gram.

CMDI L-O-V-E Fund was in­tro­duced dur­ing Dr. Alip’s 60th birth­day and re­tire­ment cel­e­bra­tion. Dur­ing the event, a booth was set up for CMDI L-O-V-E fund pro­gram where will­ing spon­sors do­nated any amount to the ed­u­ca­tional fund for CMDI schol­ars. The spon­sors also had the op­por­tu­nity to com­pose per­sonal mes­sages of mo­ti­va­tion for the schol­ars.

From then on, do­nat­ing in the LOVE Fund has be­come a reg­u­lar part of CARD MRI’s cor­po­rate events.

With 9,577 granted schol­ars na­tion­wide as of Au­gust 2017, CARD MRI will con­tinue to spread the LOVE to their schol­ars and give them the chance to study and reach for their dreams. With the help of CMDI L-O-V-E Fund, CARD MRI aims to ful­fill the “One Fam­ily, One Grad­u­ate pro­gram” to sup­port poverty erad­i­ca­tion through ed­u­ca­tion.

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