RCCs Sponsored by Rotary Club of Cavite Export Processing Zone

A Rotary Community Corps (RCC) is a team of non-Rotarian men and women who are committed to their community’s long-term economic development and self-sufficiency. Consider what an RCC can do in your community:

  • Establish a literacy center or tutor group at a local school or library

  • Set up a clinic for people who cannot afford regular health and dental care

  • Set up a vocational training school to help workers obtain valuable skills

  • Organize teams to clean up local parks and highways

Under the leadership of Global President Ding Arias, the Rotary Community Corps of Cavite Apparel, Philippines was formed.

RCC Cavite Apparel, Philippines
To specifically
carry out the Bigasan & Gen. Merchandise project grant from the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE).

Rotary Community Corps applied and have been approved by Rotary International sponsored by Rotary Club of Cavite Export Processing Zone during RY 2007-2008 under the leadership of Sharing President Marni Sy are as follows:

RCC Rosario National High School Parents, Teachers, Community Association Inc.
To specifically carry out the Potable Water Project introduced by RC CEPZ at Rosario National High School.
RCC Volunteer Care for Special Children
To specifically carry out the Bahay San Rafael Support Program.
RCC Cavite State University-Rosario Faculty Association
To specifically carry out the Potable Water Project to be installed at Cavite State University in Rosario.

Under Legacy President Roland Paita, the following are the Rotary Community Corps chartered and approved by RI:

Rosario Alternative Learning System Rotary Community Corps

The group aims to empower the citizens with the desirable knowledge, skills, attitudes and values.

RCC PTA of Gov. Ferrer Memorial National High School (RCC PTA of GFMNHS)
The group was organized to specifically carry out the Potable Water Project to be installed at their school.
RCC Gov. Ferrer Memorial National High School Biclatan PTA (RCC GFMNHS Biclatan PTA)
The group was organized to specifically carry out the Potable Water Project to be installed at their school.

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