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  • Young Role Models Help Launch P1M Youth Challenge

    PLDT KaAsenso, PLDT-Smart Foundation, The Outstanding Students of the Philippines Alumni Community (TOSP-AC),and RFM Foundation recently launched Project Pagsulong, the P1 million youth challenge for budding and aspiring young Filipino entreprenuers with brilliant business ideas that could help alleviate poverty in the country.

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  • P1Million Youth Challenge

    Project Pagsulong is a P1Million youth challenge to help alleviate poverty - inviting young Filipinos (18 to 30 years old) to form a team (with 3 to 5 members) and come up with innovative business ideas good enough to stand against proposals from other student teams, as well as viable enough to provide real-life solutions for alleviating poverty.

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  • Toby’s Tennis Festival May 14-20, 2012

    Manila, Philippines – The breeding ground of the country’s top junior netters take centerstage again as Toby’s Sports holds the 11th edition of its annual Summer Tennis Festival at the Rizal Memorial Tennis Center from May 14 to 20. Toby’s sports president Toby Claudio said in yesterday’s PSA Forum at Shakey’s U.N. Ave that he expects around 400 participants to see action in one of the biggest age-group tournaments in the country presented by Toby’s Sports and leading partner PLDT-SMART Foundation.

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  • PSF Gives PNP Dependents Scholarship Grants

    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.

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  • 2012-2013 MVP Academic Excellence Awards

    The PLDT-Smart Foundation launches the 8th MVP Academic Excellence Awards (MVPAEA) for eligible PLDT and SMART Rank&File/Staff and Supervisory levels. It is not a scholarship program but a one-time grant wherein the parents are given flexibility to choose where they will spend the money as long as it goes towards the education of their child. It can be used to augment tuition fee, purchase of books, or school supplies.

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