IROG is spearheaded by Mr. & Mrs. Joel and Roselyn Castillo, with the help of the other Members of the Board. It came about as a result of a common desire to give back to society, blessings received from personal and business ventures.
April 26, 2014 (Newswire) - The Isabelita Rosueta (IROG) Foundation recently launched another community outreach program through an educational/recreational Summer Camp at the LogicGateOne Compound, a medium-sized farm-office compound also called "Green", in Sto. Tomas, Subic, Zambales. This month-long Summer Camp will last from April 21 to May 21, with daily programs from 8:30 AM to 12 NN except Saturdays.
The camp aims to provide local students with introductory and refresher courses in such subjects as Basic English, Basic Math, Basic Science, Arts, Reading Comprehension and Computer Basic Training, aside from conducting sports activities and Bible discussions. The program offers free, well-rounded opportunities for students in their scholastic, emotional, cultural and spiritual development.
IROG has targeted about 118 participants as the beneficiaries of this youth-enhancement project in order to engage students during the long, hot and what they call boring school summer vacation and to fill in any gaps they may have in their past and future academic training.
Through this intensive summer program, parents and guardians will find IROG's Summer Camp 2014 not just an educational treasure trove but also a source of personal growth for our youth. IROG has proven once more its dedication and foresight in helping develop Subic and Zambales and the nation-at-large through transforming its citizens into highly-aware and well-balanced individuals.
Come and see for yourself what the future leaders of our land are doing at IROG's Summer Camp 2014!
We aim to bring hope to the community by fostering goodwill and cooperation through scholarship grants, educational activities, livelihood programs, and community-oriented projects.