A Profile of Hope: Making a Difference


March 30, 2015 marks the Graduation Day of the Kindergarten Class at the F. Limcaoco Foundation, Inc. in Cabuyao City, Laguna. Graduate student Vivien Mae G. Jaupico of K- Cassiel (morning class) was awarded Most Behaved, Most Obedient and Most friendly. Her parents, Mr. Bienvindo Jaupico and Mrs. Ivy Jaupico stood tall and proud throughout the ceremony.

The family presently rents a space in a modest house together with other families along the railroad tracks behind the Cabuyao Central Public School at Juan Luna St, Brgy. 2, Cabuyao City. Vivien’s father Mang Bien works as a laborer in a local carnival touring around Batangas, Cavite, and Laguna. He also sidelines as a tricycle driver during slow days in the carnival. To supplement income, he has resorted into goat raising. On the other hand, Vivien’s mother Ate Ivy is a fulltime housewife.

All of the three girls in the family went to F. Limcaoco Foundation’s Kindergarten School. Allaiza Mae, now eight years old, graduated in 2011. She is now a Grade 4 student at the Cabuyao Central School. Vivian Mae, now seven years old, graduated in 2013, and is now in Grade of the same school of her sister Allaiza.

According to the couple, they learned through a cousin who shared with them about the F. Limcaoco Foundation’s Kindergarten School that is well known in Cabuyao for providing high standard of education with emphasis in Math and English to deserving students. Three times availing of the scholarship grant for their daughters, to their delight, they were only asked to shoulder the books of their young students which amounted to P1, 300 per school year per child.

All told, indeed the F. Limcaoco Foundation made a difference in this family’s life.

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