Monday, October 17, 2011

A 10 Peso Can Go Anywhere with Ten Moves

Our current constitution emphasize that education is a right, not a privilege and all are entitled to have a decent education. Education is only a privilege now because most cannot afford the annual tuition fee increases and you can't blame the current educational system because even the schools can't afford to operate without the money element. Worse part is that the ratio on on students per class ratio is now at least 1:50.

This is where the campaign for Ten Moves comes in. It only takes one to give 10 pesos a day for 10 months which totals three thousand and help build more classrooms and bring more students to finish education without increase in tuition fees and probably may subsidize more.

This is not a campaign for the rich alone but those who want to make a difference in our country. There is no status considered in this campaign but a generous spirit. To do our part, it is not enough just to donate. The word must spread out to other people. Take advantage of today's convenience in communication and internet social networks. We spend most of the time and money using our phones and internet to connect with people now let's use it to campaign. 

Here's something trivial. In biblical times, a tenth of resources of a person is given tribute to God and is widely practiced by Jews and even Christians. Let's use this "tenth offering" to good use. To find out more about the campaign, go to TEN Moves Facebook page , TEN Moves Twitter and TEN Moves website. Make your move.

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