Amidst the challenges in directly providing assistance brought about by the CoVid19 pandemic, the Kappa Epsilon pursued to cover 26 schools across Luzon for its brigadaKEskwela2020 project.
11 public schools in 3 provinces were able to receive their respective covid19 prevention packages today, wrapping up the one and a half month campaign that started on June 2, 2020. This arduous task would not be possible without the brotherly collaboration of Kappa Epsilon chapters of UPLB, Nueva Ecija and Isabela.
Brother Reildrin Morales, Charter Batch 90-A of UPLB led the Nueva Ecija and Aurora mission in collaboration with the leadership of Kappa Epsilon Nueva Ecija Council, KENEC, its chapter members and KE educators of the beneficiary schools.
In Isabela, Brothers Rogelio Dunca, Vermond Almonte and Sis Pau Villanueva led the missions in 3 Public schools that was also completed today.
Further, The BrigadaKEskwela2020 supported the Southern Luzon Kappa Epsilon Fraternity Alumni Association, Inc (SLKEAAI) in its project, KE Bond project for KE educators by donating book paper to be used by teachers in preparation for the module printing requirement.
Summing it all up, we have reached out to more than 30 public schools. a fitting number on the 30th anniversary of Kappa Epsilon in UP Los Banos.
As intended, the BrigadaKEskwela2020 project was able complete its target number of public schools and was able to support other projects. Moreover, it has rekindled once more the unity and the Bayanihan spirit among Kappa Epsilon members, wherever they may be..
On behalf of the UPLB Chapter Alumni and Residents, we acknowledge and thank all those who supported this project in the KE Universe by way of their means, money, manpower and methods. Truly an effort worth our while.
“Mabuhay ang Kapatirang pinakikilos ng kaalaman at kalinawagan na pinagbuklod sa pamamagitan ng serbisyo sa kanyang kapwa. Mabuhay ang KE Educators!, Mabuhay ang Kappa Epsilon!”Felino ” Ninoy” Castro V
UPLB Charter Batch 90-A
#BrigadaKEskwela2020 Alumni Project Lead