project 365

Project 365: Uniting Hearts, Inspiring Change

Project 365 is a transformative school community outreach initiative that aims to make a positive impact on individuals and families facing challenging circumstances. Inspired by the belief that small acts of kindness can create significant change, this project is driven by the spirit of compassion, unity, and service.

The core objective of Project 365 is to collect and distribute 365 shoeboxes filled with essential goods to those in need, ensuring that every day of the year brings hope, support, and joy to our community. By engaging students, parents, teachers, and staff in this collective endeavor, we foster a sense of responsibility and empathy while instilling the value of giving back.

Throughout the year, the school community volunteers to donate items and assemble shoeboxes filled with essential goods, including non-perishable food, toiletries, clothing, school supplies, and comforting items. These carefully prepared shoeboxes serve as symbols of care and solidarity, aiming to uplift and empower individuals facing challenging circumstances.

In addition to providing tangible goods, Project 365 encourages students to write personalized notes of encouragement and inspiration to accompany each shoebox. These heartfelt messages remind recipients that they are not alone and that the entire school community stands in solidarity with them during their journey.

The distribution of the shoeboxes is meticulously planned, ensuring they reach the intended recipients, such as local shelters, community centers, and organizations supporting vulnerable populations. This process involves collaboration with community partners, volunteers, and school staff to ensure that each shoebox finds its way into the hands of those who can benefit the most. These are the following local involvements that have received the shoe boxes:

Barangay Manresa – Headed by the Barangay Manresa Council in Collaboration with the Enhance Community Immersion Program (ECIP) of Public Safety Senior Leadership Course Batch 2022-01 Class Echo and Foxtrot
Barangay 163– Headed by the Barangay 163 Council
Kythe Foundation
San Juan Elementary School- Headed by Pastor Erick Fernandez and Dapat Bayan

Through meticulous planning and coordination, our outreach team ensured that each shoebox found its way to individuals and families who could benefit the most from our collective efforts. Local shelters, community centers, and organizations supporting vulnerable populations were among the recipients of our goodwill. Witnessing the smiles, tears of gratitude, and hope sparked by our contributions are a testament to the profound impact “Project 365” has had on our community.