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PSF Gives PNP Dependents Scholarship Grants

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Another set of qualified scholars received grants from the PLDT-Smart Foundation, Inc. (PSF)Educational Assistance Program that provides college educational opportunities to dependents of PNP uniformed personnel who were killed in actual performance of duty, complete disability discharged wounded or incapacitated in their line of duty, and those dependents who graduated with honors.

PSF President Ms. Ma. Esther Santos, third from left, receives a token of gratitude from PNP Director General Nicanor A. Bartolome.  With them, from left, PLDT ALPHA Corporate Relationship Business - Government Head Anton Lim and Police Deputy Director General Emelito T. Sarmiento.

Another set of qualified scholars received grants from the PLDT-Smart Foundation, Inc. (PSF)Educational Assistance Program that provides college educational opportunities to dependents of PNP uniformed personnel who were killed in actual performance of duty, complete disability discharged wounded or incapacitated in their line of duty, and those dependents who graduated with honors.

Through the PSF-PNP Educational Assistance Program, PSF gives back to those who risk their lives in the line of duty by aiding the children of heroic policemen who were injured or killed in action.

Turning over P500,000 worth of scholarships, PSF President Ma. Esther Santos, assisted by PNP Chief Director General Nicanor A. Bartolome, led the ceremonial turnover of cheques to 50 deserving dependents at the PNP Quezon City Headquarters.

PSF has been providing scholarship grants to PNP dependents in support of the PNP Integrated Transformation Program.  Since starting the educational assistance in 2008, the program has helped 200 deserving students defray their tution fee and other school-related expenses.

PNP dependents get their checques from PSF and PNP officials as part of PSF-PNP Educational Assistance Program.