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$1 donation help pay for Starving Students Scholarship Program in the Philippines
Charity: The Cullinan Group Foundation (CGF) Seeks to Assist in Improving Educational Opportunities Amongst the Poor in the Philippines by raising $10k USD exclusively to fulfill its Educational Scholarship Program.
Though the Philippine government is investing funds to provide higher education to millions of Filipinos, most of whom dedicate their productive years working beyond their native shores subsidizing the economies of host countries, CGF endeavors to increase resource and opportunity by providing a means to social and economic mobility through its establishment of a Scholarship Program for the Filipino Poor who are unable to work as OFWs and, yet still desire to contribute to their own local economy.
CGF’s commitment to helping the poor Filipino youth and their families has set its sight on a new 2011 goal to raise $10k USD exclusively for this new humanitarian, educational project. Details about the scholarship program to include a full range of academic areas to be announced. While the program details are a work in progress, CGF’s fund-raising goal for 2011 is to obtain a charitable $10k donation.
Because we are a 501 c3 public charity nonprofit organization, all donations to CGF are tax deductible. Details about approval, online donation, mailing address are available from the website.
About the Cullinan Group Foundation
CGF is a 501(c)3 nonprofit public charity organization established in 2007. Our international mission is to provide services beneficial to improving the human condition with a focus on those who are suffering from homelessness, educational deficiencies, no medical care, and who suffer from any/all forms of life threatening circumstances. For more information, please visit: www.CullinanGroupFoundation.org
Maria Diaz, Public Relations
Cullinan Group Foundation
702-534-4888 x 101
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The Cullinan Group Foundation’s purpose is to raise funds toward a world-wide campaign with emphasis in the United States and the Philippines’
Page Updated Last on: Jun 26, 2011