Helping ICTSI Foundation T.E.A.C.H.

“Teachers, I believe, are the most responsible and important members of society because their professional efforts affect the fate of the earth.” ~Helen Caldicott~

Colayco Foundation for Education, (CFE) supported International Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICTSI) Foundation’s endeavor to (T.E.A.C.H) Teacher Empowerment and Capability-Honing Program.

Five (5) successful seminar runs of PISOBILITIES were given to teachers of Rosauro Almario Elementary School (R.A.E.S.) and Tondo High School last April 12, while last April 18, Day Care Teachers from Manila Department of Social Welfare District Office and the last sessions were given last June 1, 2012 for the teachers of Rajah Soliman Science and Technology High School and Dr. Juan G. Nolasco High School.

According to the teachers, all the topics were beneficial. They appreciated the value of planning their finances, saving what they can and making their money grow the best possible way they. Through this seminar sponsored by ICTSI Foundation, the Public School Teachers were inspired to take control of their personal finances; were enlightened to avoid getting into debts or pawning thier ATMs; were provided with alternatives on what to do with their hard‐earned money other than spending and were empowered to create a worry-free financial environment for themselves.

ICTSI Foundation is committed to helping people who are influential in the lives of the young people. They believe that other than helping the youth themselves it is equally important to whet and empower the people surrounding these young people. As such, they educate the parents as well as the teachers who benefited from the Financial Literacy Seminar by Colayco Foundation for Education (CFE.)

To ICTSI Foundation, thank you very much for helping us help more! May you continue and never get tired of making a difference to the lives of these people! More power!

 

Should you wish to partner with Colayco Foundation for your nation building activities or corporate social responsibility, get in touch with us through info@colaycofoundation.com

 


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Mommies Day in Lipa, Batangas

 

 

 

 

M” is for the million things she gave me,

O” means only that she’s growing old,

T” is for the tears she shed to save me,

H” is for her heart of purest gold;

E” is for her eyes, with love-light shining,

R” means right, and right she’ll always be,

 Put them all together, they spell MOTHER — A word that meant the world to me.

Howard Johnson (c.1915) 

The NESTLE Lipa Factory through its Human Resources’ Learning and Development Department invited Colayco Foundation for Education (CFE) Inc. to be part of their day out with the wives of their employees.

A whole day was created to be easy and fun for mommies in a special Total Health and Wellness Fitness Workshop. Aside from the values of physical wellness, video snapshots from Dad as part of their Father’s Day Special were showed to the mommies to emphasize their husband’s value and importance. Thanks to HR Learning and Development Team Head, Ms. Michelle Tapirre, Colayco Foundation was invited to conduct the segment on Financial Wellness.

Mr. Armand Q. Bengco, Executive Director of Colayco Foundation for Education (CFE) and General Manager of Kapatiran sa Kasaganaan Multi-purpose and Service Cooperative joined the mommies in Nestle Lipa Factory’s Learning Center in Brgy. San Vicente, Banay-Banay, Lipa City last June 9, 2012.

The moms claimed that they learned a lot from Mr. Bengco’s talk. They were reminded of their important role and worth as partners to their husbands in making their family’s finances grow. Other than spending, the mothers said, they will now plan for their expenses, save and invest that can give their family’s fund for each purpose (tuition fee, vacation, emergency, etc.)

Nestle Lipa Factory’s HR Learning and Development Department expressed their gratitude to Colayco Foundation for Education for guiding the moms to be ready and on the go to their journey towards Financial Wellness!

 

Colayco Foundation is available for corporate and organization training and events. Send your invitations to info@colaycofoundation.com


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Stocking Up on Stocks

WHY INVEST IN THE STOCK MARKET?

WHAT ARE THE RISKS?

TO PICK STOCKS?

WHEN TO INVEST?

HOW TO INVEST?

IS IT TIME TO BUY OR SELL?

These are only a few of the questions that were answered last Saturday, June 9 at the InvestAbility: Stock Market and InvesEd: Analyzing Stocks back to back seminars.

Too many people lose their hard earned money in the stock market because they are ignorant, emotional, greedy, lazy and aimless. Thus, the Colayco Foundation is happy that over 50 participants were empowered with the Right Stock Investing and with Stock Investing Techniques provided by Colayco Foundation Managing Director Guita Gopalan and Stock Market Specialist MM Silona.

In recent years online stock investing has made investing in stocks more accessible to average earning Filipinos. Recognizing this opportunity for wealth generation, the Colayco Foundation aims to provide realistic information and effective strategies about investing in the stock market to Filipinos.

To check Colayco Foundation’s upcoming seminars click here.

 

 

 

 

 

 


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Investing on Stock Market

Discover the power of growing your savings through the stock market.

Acquire the basic knowledge, skills and attitudes to be a successful stock investor.

Equip yourself with simple stock investing risk management strategies so you can come out on top even when the stock market is down!

All you need to know to get started in stock market investing can be found in our back to back seminars…

INVESTability: The Stock Market

INVESTed: Analyzing Stocks

June 9,  2012
Saturday

9am to 12nn

June 9, 2012
Saturday

2pm to 5pm

VENUE: TBA

VENUE:TBA

Learning Fee: Php4,000.00

Learning Fee: Php5,000.00

 

Investability: The Stock Market

 

Who: Ideal for individuals who would like to understand the basics of the stock market. Individuals who are considering investing in stocks or those who have some stocks but are not really knowledgeable on the stock market.

Why: This seminar will equip you with the information and strategies needed to invest in stocks prudently. Learn what a stock is and how does it work, how do you grow your money through stocks. Discover the challenges of stock investing and what it means to be a serious stock investor and how to be a conservative stock investor taking advantage of diversifying your portfolio through stock ownership.

 

InvestEd: Analyzing Stocks

One of the most frequently asked questions when it comes to stock investing is – IS IT TIME TO BUY OR SELL?

The truth is….trying to time the market is not a prudent strategy in stock investing. What you need is a good understanding of investing planning and the basics of stock analysis to help you make sound buy and sell decisions.

 

Note: This seminar will NOT teach you to become a stock trader. Investing is about long term wealth generation.

Avail of early bird rates by calling 637-3731, 09178088857 or email renzie@colaycofoundation.com

 

To pay via Credit Card:

INVESTability: Stock Market, CLICK HERE

InvestED: Analyzing Stocks, CLICK HERE

 

To pay via 7/11 or MLhuillier:

INVESTABILITY: Stock Market, CLICK HERE

InvestED: Analyzing Stocks, CLICK HERE

 

To pay via BPI Bank Deposit or G-CASH CLICK HERE


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