ABOUT

 
The COVID-19 pandemic has made it necessary for the University of the Philippines to be flexible with its mode of delivery of learning. For the Academic Year 2020-2021, UP will adopt “remote learning and/or the blending of remote and face-to-face learning, if the public health situation allows” (OVPAA Memorandum No. 2020-68, p2). Either blended or remote, the new mode of delivery requires all enrolled students to have access to computer technologies and Internet connectivity.

While many students have their own computers, more than 5,600 UP students are in danger of not being able to continue their education, because they cannot afford this technology and the tools that have now become integral to learning. Around 1,600 of them have no resources at all, and for at least 4,000 more, sustained use of technologies is no longer feasible because the pandemic has rendered their households financially vulnerable.

In view of the need to ensure every UP student is equipped with the required remote learning tools from the time they first enroll in the University until they graduate, the UP System is embarking on a new endeavor, the Kaagapay sa Pag-aaral ng mga Iskolar ng Bayan or #KaagapayUP Fundraising and Resource Generation Campaign.

The term kaagapay, which means being by one’s side or alongside, connotes support and care from an individual who desires to help others achieve their goals. A Kaagapay ng mga Iskolar ng Bayan is a donor or benefactor who may be a student, faculty, staff, alumni, interest groups, associations, profit or non- profit organizations, government, or non-government organizations, committed to helping financially-challenged UP students and their families.

The University of the Philippines asks for your support in enabling our Iskolar ng Bayan to move forward and ultimately reach their goal of graduating. We are asking you to be their Kaagapay, someone who shares their burden and eases their struggles—in these difficult, rapidly evolving times.

With your donations, our students will receive the computers or laptops and internet connectivity they need toward earning their degrees.
 

GENERAL ADVISORY

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NEWS AND STORIES

 
Learn from the news and stories about our hardworking Isko and Iska who, despite the challenges of the pandemic, have never lost hope and continue to fight for their degrees. Also hear from our generous alumni who have become our initial Kaagapay in this campaign, as they support and accord our Iskolars ng Bayan with fervent hope to continue fighting.
 

STORIES

 

Student athlete Eugene Laganina only thought of spending a couple of weeks in his sibling’s farm in Bulacan when the quarantine started. He spent the rest of the semester there fulfilling his academic requirements with connectivity challenges.

 

Patrick Pabulayan, student-athlete from Koronadal City, South Cotabato and incoming second-year student at the UP Diliman College of Human Kinetics, is one of the fastest runners of the Track and Field Team. But during the community quarantine and his stay in the Ipil dorm, he had to go slow with class requirements, as he faced difficulties connecting online.

 

Peter Lachica, only child of a single mother from Surallah, South Cotabato and freshman at the UP Diliman College of Human Kinetics, staying at the Ipil dorm. He has stayed there for the duration of the quarantine, deciding not to go back to his family for his, as well as his family’s safety. His stay though is not without connectivity challenges with his class requirements.

 

Sally Campus, freshman from the UP Diliman College of Human Kinetics is from Digos, Davao del Sur. During the community quarantine in Metro Manila, she stayed at the Balay Atleta, a dorm for the university’s athletes. While there, she had difficulties meeting the requirements of online classes, due to a lack of access to electronic devices.

 

Mahigit 5,600 mag-aaral ng UP ang walang kakayahang pinansyal para sa remote learning. Kailangan nila ang ating tulong. Maging isang Kaagapay ngayon!

Para magbigay ng iyong donasyon, bisitahin ang kaagapay.up.edu.ph.
 


 


 


 


 


 


 

 

NEWS

 

UP: Each College Student Needs Up To P110,000 For Remote Learning; Support Sought For The Disadvantaged

On Tuesday, July 21, the University of the Philippines launched an initiative to help students who are expected to face challenges with UP’s shift to remote learning next semester.

“Ang ating mga mag-aaral, bagaman matalino at maparaan, ay hindi magkakatulad sa katayuang pinansyal, pribilehiyo, at iba pang pangangailangan (Our students, though bright and resourceful, do not have the same situations financially and in terms of privileges and other needs),” UP president Danilo Concepcion said during the launch of the program.

He noted that a total of 5,600 exceptional and deserving UP students would find it hard to keep up with the transition to remote and online learning once classes open in September.

Concepcion said this is beyond the control of the students, and the circumstances are definitely not their fault. “Samakatuwid, 5,600 iskolar ng bayan ang maiiwan at mapag-iiwanan (Therefore, 5,600 national scholars will be left out and left behind),” he noted.

According to UP, around 1,600 of its roughly 60,000 students in different campuses do not have the resources to acquire a computer and stable internet access.

Another 4,000 students belong to households categorized as “vulnerable,” or those whose incomes cannot fully support these needs due to the effects of the pandemic.

Called Kaagapay sa Pag-aaral ng mga Iskolar ng Bayan or #KaagapayUP, the project aims to raise funds to provide financially challenged students with their own laptop computers and internet connectivity that can help them access UP’s remote learning courses next semester.

Read the full One News PH article here

 

UP launches fund drive to help students cope with remote learning challenges

In the virtual launching of the campaign, UP President Danilo Concepcion said the university has already adopted remote teaching and learning for academic year 2020-2021 with the possibility of blended remote and face-to-face learning in courses with discipline-specific skills such as laboratory or practicum, provided public health requirements are met.

However, Concepcion emphasized that not all students can effortlessly adapt to these changes and there are those who could not afford the necessary equipment to take advantage of remote learning.

“Of the at least 60,000 in the UP System, 1,600 are estimated to be incapable of purchasing laptops, personal computers, and paying for internet connection, while 4,000 are among the so-called financially vulnerable households where the combined income of family members is not enough to meet technology-related needs,” Concepcion said in Filipino.

To respond to these needs, the university has launched its “Kaagapay sa Pag-aaral ng mga Iskolar ng Bayan” or the #KaagapayUP program which aims to raise funds to provide financially challenged students with their own laptop computers and internet connections that can help them access UP’s remote learning courses.

Read the full Manila Buletin article here

 

#PisoParaSaLaptop: Students seek help for online learning

On July 21, the University of the Philippines (UP) launched Kaagapay, a donation drive that aims to help its students with the technological demands of online learning.

UP said that almost 5,600 students of the university may not be able to continue their education for the coming school year due to lack of resources.

“They cannot afford the technology and tools that have now become integral to learning. Around 1,600 of them have no resources at all. For at least 4,000 more, sustained use of technologies is no longer feasible because the pandemic has rendered their households financially vulnerable,” UP said.

Read the full Rappler article here

 

UP Says Each Student Needs At Least P110,000 For Online Classes

Remote learning and online classes have become part of the new normal. But, it’s not even a viable option for a lot of Filipinos. In fact, according to the University of the Philippines, more than 5,600 of its students can’t afford to do so.

The university has done the numbers to calculate the cost of supporting the typical UP student. Each student will need at least P110,000 to go through four years of tertiary education. P30,000 will go to a laptop with suitable specifications, while P80,000 covers the cost of internet for four years.

With this realization, UP has launched the Kaagapay sa Pag-aaral ng mga Iskolar ng Bayan project. Through donations, the project aims to help financially challenged students. access UP’s remote learning courses on platforms such as UP’s Learning Management Systems, Zoom, Google Classroom, Edmodo, and others.

We do not want to cut short the discovery of intelligence through learning and research. And if anyone is in danger of being left behind, we will find a way to make sure they are with us. That even one of our iskolar ng bayan would be left behind is painful to me. That is why we will find ways, to the best of our abilities, to ensure that they are with us in our journey toward progress,” the university said.

UP vice president for academic affairs Cynthia Rose Bautista says that “intelligence may be normally distributed, opportunities in this country are not.” She adds, “We cannot allow the highly unequal structure of Philippine society to further disadvantage these students in the time of COVID.”

Read the full Esquire article here

 

UP launches fundraising program to help equip its students for remote learning

The University of the Philippines on Tuesday launched a program aiming to equip its students with the necessary materials for remote learning this coming school year.

“Kaagapay sa Pag-aaral ng mga Iskolar ng Bayan” or simply #KaagapayUP, is a fundraiser that aims to provide financially-students with their own laptop computers and internet connections.

During the online launch of the program, UP Vice President for Public Affairs Dr. Elena Pernia said they are now accepting pre-owned, nearly new computers, and monetary gifts of any amount.

The website kaagapay.up.edu.ph is now live, and is ready to process the donations.

UP President Danilo Concepcion said that an estimated 5,600 students will have a difficult time adjusting to remote learning.

“Hindi po natin nais na itigil ang tuklas ng talino sa pamamagitan ng pagaaral at pagsasaliklik. At kung may maiiwanan man, gagawan po natin ng paraaan upang sila ay makasama,” he said.

Read the full GMA News Online article here
 

UP raises over P4 million for students without means for remote learning

The University of the Philippines said Thursday it has raised more than P4 million to support its students who cannot afford tools for remote learning as it also warned against scammers posing as people from the donation drive.

In a social media post, the state university said it was able to raise such amount more than a month since the launch of the Kaagapay sa Pag-aaral ng Iskolar ng Bayan project.

“We have been able to raise a total of PhP 4,126,109.39 and $16,800, with more pledges coming in from benevolent donors,” the university said. UP started the Kaagapay project to buy remote learning tools for over 5,600 students, whose households were left financially vulnerable due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

At the same time, the university also warned against scammers posing as people working with the Kaagapay project. Potential victims will receive an email coming from “[email protected],” which contains the attached file “HUMINGI NG PARA SA ALOK 09-09-2020·pdf.zip.exe,” according to UP. “Do not click this file or any other files and links provided in said email. Please delete this email immediately,” UP said in a statement. Suspicious websites, emails and social media posts may be reported through [email protected], the university added.

UP also pushed through with starting classes on Thursday despite calls from students for a postponement due to concerns on the shift to remote learning.

Read the full ABSCBN News Online article here

 

UP: Two students of the UPV College of Arts and Sciences were the initial recipients of laptops with WiFi connectivity during a simple ceremony held at the Iloilo City campus today

The laptops were generated by the UPV-CAS Kaagapay Committee.
The turn-over was organized by Prof. Edelia Braga and Prof. Jocelyn Firmase of the UPV Kaagapay. Witnessing the event were Prof. Benmar Panaguiton and Anna Razel L. Ramirez of the UPV ISKOmpyuter Donation drive as well as representatives from CAS, OAR, and the UPVFI.

Additional gadgets will be distributed soon as the group consolidate more donations from the alumni, UPVFI, UP, Magbubunga Tayo!, UPV Outreach, and the UPV ISKOmpyuter donation drives.

Read the full UP Visayas post here

 

UP CAMP Foundation Inc. raises enough funds to donate laptops to 23 UPCAMP students

The UP CAMP Foundation Inc. thanks those who reached deep into their hearts and pockets, so that 23 UP-CAMP students, the country’s future therapists, may have a laptop to use for their online classes.

Read the full UP CAMP Foundation Inc. post here

 

Converge ICT, Maroons lend hand to UP students

The University of the Philippines Men’s Basketball Team, through the NowheretogobutUP Foundation, and its newest supporter, Converge ICT Solutions, have pledged to help scholars from the National Capital Region and other parts of Luzon cope with the demands of remote learning.
Officers of UP’s Kaagapay Sa Pag-Aaral Ng Mga Iskolar Ng Bayan program, the UP College of Human Kinetics (UP CHK), and the UP Varsity Council have helped the fastest growing fiber internet service provider in the country to identify deserving students and student-athletes who will benefit from the project.

Kaagapay Sa Pag-Aaral Ng Mga Iskolar Ng Bayan or #KaagapayUP is a fundraising and resource generation campaign of the UP System that aims to help more than 5,600 UP students who are in danger of not being able to continue their education because of the COVID-19 crisis due to the demands of remote learning. Converge ICT will subsidize the internet connection of UP scholars from the NCR and Northern and Southern Luzon.

Read the full Manila Standard article here

 

UPV CM Alumni Batch ‘93 Turns Over Donation to ISKOmpyuter Drive

UP Visayas College of Management (UPV CM) alumni batch Bluechips93 turned over to UPV its donation in support of ISKOmpyuter Drive last October 21, 2020, at the New CM Lobby, UPV Iloilo City campus.

Bluechips93 gave 10 tablets, ranging from 8-inch to 10-inch, amounting to Php77,900. The tablets were intended to be for the use of UPV CM’s students. The alumni batch chose three accountancy students, two marketing students, and five management students to be the beneficiaries.

UPV CM Dean Prof. Arthur Barrido, Jr. was present to receive the donation, along with the student beneficiaries. College Secretary Prof. John Lorenz Belanio, college organization advisers Prof. Christopher Honorario, Prof. Charis Bautista, and Office of Alumni Relations (OAR) OIC-Director Prof. Maria Theresa Albaña were also there for the event. Bluechips93 was represented by Ms. Jennifer Koa-Chua, Ms. Milyn Leghid, and Ms. Arllene Castro.

Read the full UP Visayas article here

 

UP CoE Laptop Donation Drive Updates

Last October 2, as part of the UP College of Engineering’s Laptop Donation Drive, forty (40) computers were turned over to the College through the UP Alumni Engineers (UPAE) by the following benefactors:

–– UPAABC through Ms. Angeles who gave 10 desktop computers

––Ms Seriña who gave 10 laptop units

––UP Epsilon Chi Fraternity Alumni who gave 20 laptop units

Present during the turnover at the Melchor Hall steps were the UP CoE Dean Ferdinand G. Manegdeg (3rd from the left), Associate Dean for Public Service Assoc. Prof. Eden May B. Dela Peña (center), and Executive Director of the UPAE Prof. Eric Augustus J. Tingatinga (leftmost), along with representatives of the donors.

Last September 21, the online laptop donation turnover ceremony was held to feature the first batch of students who benefited from the efforts of the UPERDFI (UP Engineering Research and Development Foundation Inc.), UPAE (UP Alumni Engineers), various organizations, alumni, donors, friends of the College.

Read the full UP College of Engineering post here

 

Atom Araullo asks for help for UP scholars to fund their computers for distance learning

Being a graduate of the University of the Philippines himself, TV host and news anchor Atom Araullo called on generous donors to support the scholars of the university who will go through “remote learning education” due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Araullo appeared in a short video for UP to make the call for donations for students. The video was posted by the university on its official Twitter page on Sept. 1 and was retweeted by Araullo.

Read the full Inquirer article here

 

UPHSI students receive 175 laptops

When it was announced that there would be no face-to-face learning in schools, iAmUPHi immediately mobilized to procure laptops under its “Learning Devices Campaign Project,” – which is aligned with the “KAAGAPAY PROJECT” of the UP System led by President Danilo Concepcion. This is also consistent with the ISKOmpyuter project of UP Visayas. The initiative received a big boost when retired Supreme Court Justice Francis Jardeleza gave his full support to the drive by rallying his jubilarian class of 1965 and other high school batches in the call for donations. iAmUPHi was able to procure 175 laptops in record time through its funds, contributions, and donations from its membership and other well-meaning individuals and companies. The laptop donations empowered UPHSI and its students to quickly transition to remote and online learning, which is consistent with the vision of iAmUPHi when it was conceived three years ago – to bring educational content to the unserved and underserved members of the Philippine population – a goal which is fully supported by the newly installed UPV Chancellor, Dr Clement Camposano.

Read the full UPV article here

 

Three students receive new laptops from CAS#KaagapayUP

The UPV College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) distributed three additional laptops with WiFi connectivity to three CAS students at the UP High School in Iloilo AVR Room on November 9, 2020. The gadgets were facilitated through the CAS#KaagapayUP, a donation drive intended to aid underprivileged students’ remote learning needs. In time for Prof. Ma. Severa Fe Katalbas’ end of the term as CAS Dean, the CAS#KaagapayUP Committee, headed by Prof. Edelia Braga, was able to turn-over laptops with six months’ worth of free connectivity to Leonalyn E. Abong (BS Applied Mathematics) – Purok 3, Sitio Tubog, La Paz, Hamtic, Antique; Erica L. Gonzales (BA Psychology) – Brgy. Iprog, San Enrique, Iloilo; and Danica Mae S. Tono (BA Psychology) – Janipa-an East, Mina, Iloilo. After receiving their donations, each recipient expressed their utmost gratitude for the generous donations.

Read the full UPV article here

 


CONTACT US

 

For inquiries regarding official receipts/certificate of donation and for other queries, please contact the Kaagapay Secretariat through the following channels:
 

 


HOW TO DONATE

 
Donations in kind and in cash are most welcome – from individuals, groups, organizations, business corporations, etc. As an added bonus, gifts to Kaagapay may be entitled to certificate of donations which may be used by the donor to claim tax deduction.

For donations in kind, donors may send their pre-owned/nearly new computers and laptops to designated office in the constituent units of the University of Philippines. Information on minimum specifications of acceptable donations in kind and the drop-off points will be disseminated soon.

Meanwhile monetary gifts for the Kaagapay campaign may be in any amount. Gifts of PhP100 to PhP10,000,000, whether given as one-time or recurring donations, are much appreciated.
 

DONATIONS IN KIND

 

Donations made in kind may be coursed through the Office of the Vice President of Public Affairs (OVPPA) and may be dropped off at the Office of the Vice President for Public Affairs, North Wing, First Floor, Administration Building, Quezon Hall, University of the Philippines For assistance, you may get in touch with the Kaagapay Secretariat at 0916 723 1200 or [email protected]

 

DONATIONS MADE IN PERSON

 

We would be very glad to receive your cash/check donation personally . To arrange the receiving of your donation, please contact the Kaagapay Secretariat at 0916 723 1200 or send an email to [email protected]. You will be issued an official receipt as soon as your donation has been deposited to the proper bank account. Please also indicate if you will need a Certificate of Donation.

 

BANK PAYMENT

 

Over-the-counter bank deposits Philippine-based donors may make a deposit to the Kaagapay accounts with LBP and other banks.

ACCOUNT NAME: UPS Trust Account
Peso Account Number: 3072-1007-50
Dollar Account Number: 3074-0017-92
Bank: Land Bank of the Philippines
Purpose: Kaagapay sa Pag-aaral/Kaagapay

ACCOUNT NAME: University of the Philippines Foundation, Inc./UP Foundation Inc
Peso Account Number: 0036-1014-7118
Bank: Banco de Oro/BDO/BDO Unibank
Purpose: Kaagapay sa Pag-aaral/Kaagapay

ACCOUNT NAME: University of the Philippines Foundation, Inc./UP Foundation Inc
Peso Account Number: 003083-7423-12
Bank: Bank of the Philippine Islands/BPI
Purpose: Kaagapay sa Pag-aaral/Kaagapay

ACCOUNT NAME: University of the Philippines Foundation, Inc./UP Foundation Inc
Peso Account Number: 1086-1012-0641
Dollar Account Number: 1086-6009-8796
Bank: Philippine National Bank
Purpose: Kaagapay sa Pag-aaral/Kaagapay

ACCOUNT NAME: The University of the Philippines Foundation, Inc./UP Foundation Inc
Peso Account Number: 1022 7002 9111
Bank: UnionBank of the Philippines
Purpose: Kaagapay sa Pag-aaral/Kaagapay

ACCOUNT NAME: The University of the Philippines Foundation, Inc./UP Foundation Inc
Peso Account Number: 0037-000465-100
Bank: Philippine Veterans Bank
Purpose: Kaagapay sa Pag-aaral/Kaagapay

ACCOUNT NAME: The University of the Philippines Foundation, Inc./UP Foundation Inc
Peso Account Number: 1013-6008-7705
Bank: United Coconut Planters Bank (UCPB)
Purpose: Kaagapay sa Pag-aaral/Kaagapay

 

Over-the-counter wire transfer: Donors – whether based in the Philippine or abroad – may go to their banks to send their donation thru wire transfer to Kaagapay accounts in LBP and other banks.

Please make your donation to the following account/s:

ACCOUNT NAME: UPS Trust Account
Peso Account Number: 3072-1007-50
Dollar Account Number: 3074-0017-92
Bank: Land Bank of the Philippines
Swift code: TLBPPHMM
Address: Apacible St. PNB Bldg., UP Diliman, Quezon City
Purpose: Kaagapay sa Pag-aaral/Kaagapay
Number: 0916 723 1200
Email address: [email protected]

ACCOUNT NAME: University of the Philippines Foundation, Inc.
Peso Account Number: 1086-1012-0641
Bank: Philippine National Bank
Swift Code: PNBMPHMM
Address: 3 Apacible, UP Campus, Diliman, Quezon City, Philippines
Purpose: Kaagapay sa Pag-aaral/Kaagapay
Number 0916 723 1200
Email address: [email protected]

ACCOUNT NAME: The University of the Philippines Foundation, Inc./UP Foundation Inc
Peso Account Number: 1022 7002 9111
Bank: UnionBank of the Philippines
Swift Code: UBPHPHMM
Address: UG Diliman Commercial Complex, 46 Commonwealth Avenue, Quezon City
Purpose: Kaagapay sa Pag-aaral/Kaagapay
Number: 0916 723 1200
Email address: [email protected]

 

Online bank transfer: Using e-payment facilities and mobile banking applications, donors may send their donations to the Kaagapay accounts with LBP and other banks.

Please make your donation to the following accounts:

(For Landbank account holders)

ACCOUNT NAME: UPS Trust Account
Peso Account Number: 3072-1007-50
Dollar Account Number: 3074-0017-92
Bank: Land Bank of the Philippines
Purpose: Kaagapay sa Pag-aaral/Kaagapay

ACCOUNT NAME: University of the Philippines Foundation, Inc./UP Foundation Inc
Peso Account Number: 0036-1014-7118
Bank: Banco de Oro/BDO/BDO Unibank
Purpose: Kaagapay sa Pag-aaral/Kaagapay

ACCOUNT NAME: University of the Philippines Foundation, Inc./UP Foundation Inc
Peso Account Number: 003083-7423-12
Bank: Bank of the Philippine Islands/BPI
Purpose: Kaagapay sa Pag-aaral/Kaagapay

ACCOUNT NAME: University of the Philippines Foundation, Inc./UP Foundation Inc
Peso Account Number: 1086-1012-0641
Bank: Philippine National Bank
Purpose: Kaagapay sa Pag-aaral/Kaagapay

ACCOUNT NAME: The University of the Philippines Foundation, Inc./UP Foundation Inc
Peso Account Number: 1022 7002 9111
Bank: UnionBank of the Philippines
Purpose: Kaagapay sa Pag-aaral/Kaagapay

ACCOUNT NAME: The University of the Philippines Foundation, Inc./UP Foundation Inc
Peso Account Number: 0037-000465-100
Bank: Philippine Veterans Bank
Purpose: Kaagapay sa Pag-aaral/Kaagapay

 

VISA/Mastercard Credit: Donations via VISA Credit card are accepted through the secure payment gateway of Development Bank of the Philippines. Gateway for Mastercard Credit will be available soon.

 

 

VISA/Mastercard Debit: Donations via VISA/Mastercard Debit may be done through bank transfer using your online banking system or mobile bank application.

Please make your donation to the following account:

ACCOUNT NAME: University of the Philippines Foundation, Inc./UP Foundation Inc
Peso Account Number: 0036-1014-7118
Bank: Banco de Oro/BDO/BDO Unibank
Purpose: Kaagapay sa Pag-aaral/Kaagapay

ACCOUNT NAME: University of the Philippines Foundation, Inc./UP Foundation Inc
Peso Account Number: 003083-7423-12
Bank: Bank of the Philippine Islands/BPI
Purpose: Kaagapay sa Pag-aaral/Kaagapay

ACCOUNT NAME: University of the Philippines Foundation, Inc./UP Foundation, Inc.
Peso Account Number: 1086 1012 0641
Bank: Philippine National Bank
Purpose: Kaagapay sa Pag-aaral/Kaagapay

ACCOUNT NAME: The University of the Philippines Foundation, Inc./UP Foundation Inc
Peso Account Number: 1022 7002 9111
Bank: UnionBank of the Philippines
Purpose: Kaagapay sa Pag-aaral/Kaagapay

 

To ensure that your gift will reach our students, please send a copy or screenshot of the transaction receipt to [email protected]. We will send you the confirmation email as soon as we have received your receipt. Please also indicate if you wish to receive a UP official receipt for your donation.
 

 

 

LINK.BIZ E-PAYMENT PORTAL

 

Donors using Landbank and PCHC Paygate banks (Unionbank, RCBC, or Robinsons Bank) may send their gifts through the Landbank Link.Biz portal by clickinghere

To ensure that your gift will reach our students, please send a copy or screenshot of the transaction receipt to [email protected]. We will send you the confirmation email as soon as we have received your receipt. Please also indicate if you wish to receive a UP official receipt for your donation.
 

 

 

GCASH AND PAYMAYA

 

Donors may send their gifts to the Kaagapay accounts via GCash and PayMaya

 

PAYMAYA:

Please make your donation to the following account, using PayMaya Bank Transfer facility:

ACCOUNT NAME: University of the Philippines Foundation, Inc./UP Foundation Inc
Peso Account Number: 0036-1014-7118
Bank: Banco de Oro/BDO/BDO Unibank
Purpose: Kaagapay sa Pag-aaral/Kaagapay

ACCOUNT NAME: University of the Philippines Foundation, Inc./UP Foundation Inc
Peso Account Number: 003083-7423-12
Bank: Bank of the Philippine Islands/BPI
Purpose: Kaagapay sa Pag-aaral/Kaagapay

ACCOUNT NAME: UP Foundation Inc
Peso Account Number: 1086-1012-0641
Bank: Philippine National Bank
Purpose: Kaagapay sa Pag-aaral/Kaagapay

ACCOUNT NAME: UP Foundation Inc
Peso Account Number: 1022 7002 9111
Bank: UnionBank of the Philippines
Purpose: Kaagapay sa Pag-aaral/Kaagapay

To ensure that your gift will reach our students, please send a copy or screenshot of the transaction receipt to [email protected]. We will send you the confirmation email as soon as we have received your receipt. Please also indicate if you wish to receive a UP official receipt for your donation.

 

 

GCASH:

Please make your donation to the following account, using GCash Bank Transfer facility:

ACCOUNT NAME: University of the Philippines Foundation, Inc./UP Foundation Inc
Peso Account Number: 0036-1014-7118
Bank: Banco de Oro/BDO/BDO Unibank
Purpose: Kaagapay sa Pag-aaral/Kaagapay

ACCOUNT NAME: University of the Philippines Foundation, Inc./UP Foundation Inc
Peso Account Number: 003083-7423-12
Bank: Bank of the Philippine Islands/BPI
Purpose: Kaagapay sa Pag-aaral/Kaagapay

ACCOUNT NAME: UP Foundation Inc
Peso Account Number: 1086-1012-0641
Bank: Philippine National Bank
Purpose: Kaagapay sa Pag-aaral/Kaagapay

ACCOUNT NAME: UP Foundation Inc
Peso Account Number: 1022 7002 9111
Bank: UnionBank of the Philippines
Purpose: Kaagapay sa Pag-aaral/Kaagapay

To ensure that your gift will reach our students, please send a copy or screenshot of the transaction receipt to [email protected]. We will send you the confirmation email as soon as we have received your receipt. Please also indicate if you wish to receive a UP official receipt for your donation.

 

MONEY REMITTANCE

 

Philippine-based donors may send their gifts through money remittance centers like Pera Padala, Cebuana Lhuillier, etc. Meanwhile, donors based abroad may use Xoom.

Please make your donation to the following account:

ACCOUNT NAME: UPS Trust Account
Peso Account Number: 3072-1007-50
Dollar Account Number: 3074-0017-92
Swift Code: TLBPPHMM
Bank: Land Bank of the Philippines
Purpose: Kaagapay sa Pag-aaral/Kaagapay
Number: 0916 723 1200
Email Address: [email protected]
Address: Apacible St. PNB Bldg. UP Diliman, Quezon City

To ensure that your gift will reach our students, please send a copy or screenshot of the transaction receipt to [email protected]. We will send you the confirmation email as soon as we have received your receipt. Please also indicate if you wish to receive a UP official receipt for your donation.

 

 

NON-BANK TRANSACTIONS

 

Donations to Kaagapay may be done via Bayad Center, 7-Eleven, SM Payment Counters, etc. The Dragonpay payment gateway will be available soon.

To ensure that your gift will reach our students, please send a copy or screenshot of the transaction receipt to [email protected]. We will send you the confirmation email as soon as we have received your receipt. Please also indicate if you wish to receive a UP official receipt for your donation.

 

 


KAAGAPAY CONSTITUENT UNIVERSITY CAMPAIGNS

 
The different constituent universities (CU) of the University of the Philippines shall be working hand-in-hand to ensure successful resource generation. This section shows the different localized campaigns in the different CUs.
 

SYSTEM

 

Check out the different local campaigns led by UP System here

 

 

DILIMAN

 

Check out the different local campaigns led by UP Diliman here

 

 

Be My Lab Partner! a program that aims to partner future scientists with donors who can help with their internet and gadget needs.

The program is a result of a CS assessment that more than 80 of their undergraduate students are challenged with online learning. The students do not have the means to pay for a stable internet connection and lack a device they can use for their classes.

CS is looking for donors who would like to invest in the future of the country’s science and technology by investing in their students.

Interested donors may contact Prof. Lillian Jennifer Rodriguez, PhD, CS Associate Dean for Student, Alumni and Public Affairs at 09984883144 or email [email protected].
 

 

#TulongIsko: A Donation Drive for Alternative Learning of UP Diliman Students

The initiative aims to aid UP Diliman students in transitioning to remote learning. Bringing forward this initiative and the call for #NoStudentLeftBehind and #WalangIwanan means a lot to Iskos and Iskas, as these show that we are in this together.

Interested in supporting this cause? You may extend your help through the following:

Cash Donations:

BPI: Tierone James M Santos (9609 0866 34)

BDO: Liezel Sandoval (010160067820)

GCash: 0916 765 4695

Paymaya: Walter Stephen Canape 0917 892 7357

Paypal: paypal.me/TieroneSantos

For Gadget Donations, contact: Walter Stephen C. Canape | 09178927357

Kindly fill up this form to confirm your donations: bit.ly/TulongIskoDonations

 


 

SULONG: Donations for Education, is a donation drive organized by the U.P. Pre-Medical Society for students who are in dire need of devices and a stable internet connection in order to capacitate them for online learning and other alternative learning experiences. The beneficiaries of this drive will be the students of the UP community.

Interested donors may also donate their spare devices and equipment (whether old or new). The secretariat may arrange for a courier to pick-up the items from the donor’s location (preferably within Metro Manila). The donated devices will be inspected by the organization’s partner organization, U.P. Circuit, to ensure their quality and usability before turning them over to the students in need.

You may also course your donations through:

BPI: 0989511165 (Jessica Asuncion)

BDO: 007830132515 (Trizsa Jasmin Ty)

Landbank: 3077126405 (Aleisha Perez)

GCash: 0915 705 0767 (Tiffany Danielle Lim)

PayMaya: 0925 759 0522 (Nicole Butaya)

PayPal: http://paypal.me/asuncionjessica (Jessica Asuncion)

Coins.ph: 0915 705 0767 (Tiffany Danielle Lim)

 

 

Kasama Ka Kaeskuwela is a donation drive for UP Diliman students, particularly CAL students who are in need of a stable internet access for remote learning lead by the College of Arts and Letters Student Council.
 

 

 

“Man is born free; but remote learning isn’t.” Help a Philo major now! is a resource generation campaign organized by the Department of Philosophy to support the remote learning needs of our financially-challenged Pilosopong Isko at Iska.

For inquiries and assistance, please contact Mr. Jairus Espiritu at [email protected] or call (+632)89818500 loc. 2129 or 2130, +639423538447.

 

 

UP CoE Laptop Donation Drive a laptop donation drive through alumni, donors, and friends for laptop donations to help address the digital divide.

 

LOS BAÑOS

 

Check out the different local campaigns led by UP Los Baños here

 

PAFT-Dala: Tulong para sa Pagsulong a donation drive that aims to help and support UPLB students who have limited access to the necessary resources needed for the upcoming online semester.
To help them adjust and be equipped with the new way of learning, selected beneficiaries will be provided with a standard package containing the following: a USB Flash Drive, a load card/prepaid wifi worth PHP1000, and a pair of earphones. Different packages will also be offered to our beneficiaries to further address their needs. The Philippine Association of Food Technologists Inc. – Beta Chapter (PAFT-Beta) has also partnered with Art by Arbe with their project entitled, through PAFTDala Commissions. 100% of the proceeds will go to UPLB students who need resources such as stable internet connection to participate in online classes.

The organization is asking for everyone’s help to provide their beneficiaries either one of these packages by donating any amount. The details are as follows:

BDO

Jannah Ysabel Supnet

011190016301

GCASH

Alethea Paulene Sanado

09271593720

PAYPAL

paypal.me/aletheapsabado

 

Connectivity Assistance Program aims to provide assistance to deserving students of CFNR-UPLB. The remote learning set-up for this semester requires students and teachers alike to adjust to the new normal through the conduct of synchronous and asynchronous classes. IRNR launched this connectivity assistance program to provide selected students with a minimum of PhP 300 electronic load per month from October to December 2020 (3 months).

 

MANILA

 

Check out the different local campaigns led by UP Manila here

 

 

PROJECT PHASA LOAD project aims to provide assistance to College of Public Health (CPH) students who are having internet or data concerns. This will be available throughout the entire first semester of A.Y. 2020-2021, but students must apply every month to avail the aid.

 

VISAYAS

 

Check out the different local campaigns led by UP Visayas here

 

 

URUGUP han Pag-aram is the local counterpart of the UP System’s Kaagapay sa Pag-aaral program. The project aims to raise funds to provide “techpacks” for at least 250 UP Tacloban students who need a personal computer and access to the internet for remote learning. The project was first launched as part of the 47th founding anniversary of the College in May 2020 as the URUGUP Student TechPack Fund Drive. It is complemented by the recently announced Iskompyuter Drive of UP Visayas and is now under the Kaagapay sa Pag-aaral banner.

 

 


 

PAG-ULIKID is an initiative that aims to help our fellow marketing students be prepared for remote learning. This project is an extension with the efforts of the UPV Office of Alumni Relations’ ISKOmpyuter drive.

We would greatly appreciate donations in the form of cash, gadgets/devices, load or prepaid call cards, and internet devices.
 

 

ISKompyuter Drive aims to unite the alumni in helping the Iskolars acquire the devices and connectivity they need in the incoming year and beyond.
 

 

OPEN UNIVERSITY

 

Check out the different local campaigns led by UP Open University here

 

 

UPOU-Kaagapay+ is a campaign that aims to expand the Kaagapay program to help address the different and yet unique needs of its students. UPOU-Kaagapay+ goes beyond the provision of computers and internet connectivity, but shall also aim to provide the following needs of its students: a) student loan, b) income generating projects, c) academic support (online tutorial courses and bridge courses), d) technological support (apps to assist in study skills, note-taking, organizational skills, etc), e) psychosocial support (counseling, access to free online support resources, helpdesk, referral system, etc), and f) peer support and virtual interactions (virtual #hangouts, etc).

 

MINDANAO

 

Check out the different local campaigns led by UP Mindanao here

 

BAGUIO

 

Check out the different local campaigns led by UP Baguio here

 

 

The University of the Philippines Baguio is calling for donations in line with its efforts to pool resources and gene-rate funds to provide assistance in the remote learning needs of financially challenged students of the university.

Following the “Kaagapay sa Pag-aaral ng mga Iskolar ng Bayan Fundraising and Resource Generation Campaign” or Kaagapay UP initiated by the UP System administration, UPB organized “Kaagapay UP Baguio” with the same objective to help support the remote learning needs of needy and deserving students, specifically those enrolled in UPB.

Donations in cash and in-kind, one-time or regular, are welcome. Technological equipment such as pre-owned or brand new laptops and computers, with the minimum specifications, may be sent to the UP Baguio Residence Hall.

Monetary gifts in cash, check, or electronic funds, through over-the-counter or digital transactions may be deposited to the UP College Baguio (UPCB) Educational Foundation bank account with BPI Baguio Burnham Branch: account name UPCB Educational Foundation Inc, account number 0560-0126-24.
 

CEBU

 

Check out the different local campaigns led by UP Cebu here

 

 

Kaabag sa Pagtungha

One Less Student Left Behind

Maibanan ang Tinun-an nga Mabiyaan

Please help us fill the gaps in students’ capacity to hop on the online learning platform. No amount is too small. Donations will be used for laptop grants and internet allowance. In-kind donations such as pocket WiFi, second-hand laptops, or preloved tablets are welcome.
 

 

Abag sa Pagtungha, a donation drive organized by the Communicators of UP Cebu Alumni Association, is still accepting donations in the form of cash or used and brand new gadgets to be used for the online learning of Communication students this academic year. Interested donors may extend help in the form of brand new or used gadgets or other materials for online learning. If interested, kindly fill up this form https://forms.gle/r4uMBXyNJutkPK6N8.

For interested Mass Comm alumni who wish to extend help by joining the pool of volunteers for this initiative, kindly fill up this form: https://forms.gle/AJjPTYvqFV5vuQow9

 


KAAGAPAY MESSAGES OF APPRECIATION

 
This section is dedicated to showing appreciation and gratitude to our generous donors who embody the University’s values of honor and excellence and its mission to serve the people with utak at puso.

Status of Donations (As of October 30, 2020)

PHP 5,805,205.39


USD 19,605.00

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Aimee Sheree Barrion
AKI
Al Sabater
Alberto Migelle Pabalate
Alda Losaria
Aldrian Nachor
Aleisa Tacderas
Alexandra Nina Odi
Alyssa Georgine “Jinji” Guerrero
Amelia Asperin
Ampa
Amy Gonzales-Cecilio
Ana Racquel Sevilla-Cruz
Anastacia Barangan talia
Andie Lopez
Andre Jacques Fallaria
Andre Macalanda
Angeli Antonio
Anna Camille Himala
Anna De Guzman
Anna Mae Restauro
Anna Pamela Mollasgo-Dela Pasion
Anna Sylvia Roxas
Annabelle del Norte-Campos
Antonia Cruz Siy
Arianne Dumayas
Arles Benson G
ARRegalado
Art Gamolo
Asian Institute of Management – UP Alumni 2019 Cohort
Bea Ladaga
Beatrice Alvarez
Belén Hutchins
Benedict Bacolor
Bianca Garcia
Billie Sue Go-Lim
Carmela Pili
Carolina Francisco
Cesar Pabel Sulit
Charity Orteza
Cheryl Lorica Frey
Christian Santiago
Christian Sarabia
Christian Venus
Christopher Lawrence De Jesus
Cielo Javier-Sonza
Claire Marie Algarme
Clarisa Lope
Claude Cruz
Crisline Torres-Pilapil
Cynthia Pancracia Ceniza
Cynthia Rodriguez
Dale De Jesus
Danica Jacinto
Danica Rabino
Daniel Bezalel Garcia
Daniel Bonzo
Daniel C Limlingan
Danilo Dela Cruz
Dannah Marie Mercado
Daryl Baes
Denise Anne Rojas Castro
Desiree Soncuya
Dia Camille Clemente
Dianne Therese Sibayan
Dionne Margarette Ramos
Dr. Dante Velasco
Dr. Geraldine Zamora
Dr. Zenaida Magbojos
EBS
Elijah Razon
Elma Laguna
Emelin Madrid Bada
Erika Sasazawa
Ernani Barrientos
Eryl
Frances Ann Kapulong
Francis Gerald Geronimo
Frankie Cruz
Gary Paglinawan
Gene Lacza Pilapil
Geraldine Tirante
Gianna Pauline Burgos
Gladys Kaja Conde
Glenda Zamora
Guillerma Mendoza
Haidee Liza Evangelista
Hannah Patricia Delgado
Harry & Mylah Roque
Hermie Lao
Homestore Philippines
Iggy Panopio
Ileene Ginelle Sarmiento
Ina & Jason Gervasio
Isabelle Nacario
Ivy Adalem-Lecitona
Jael Ingrid Espino-Tornello
Jan Alvin Pabellon
Jan Frayre
Janssen Kotah
Jason Rey Cloma Santos
Je Vicente
Jeanelle M
Jenalyn Antonio- Silverio
Jeng Lamug
Jesse Regala and Lorenzo Paran
Joanne Nifras
Jocelyn Co
John Paul Agcamaran
John Romero
Jojit Onate
Jose Mari Abesamis
Jose T/D8 Family
Joy Q. Perez-Ortega
Joyce Guevarra
Judy Anne Vera
Julius Quirim
June Clarisse Canguilan
Justin Edward Hapa
Karen Cruz
Karen Sese
KC (Various Eng’g courses Batch 2003-2008)
Kiko De Luna
Kit Posadas
Kris De Los Trinos
Kristine Concepcion
Kristyl Obispado
Kyra Melody Gonzales
Leilani Gallardo
Lillibeth Perez-Rabago
Lily Rose Tope
Liza Guggenheim
Liza Rose G. Serrano-Diangson
Lolynyl De Mesa-Escoto
Lyder
Lyn Rhona Montebon
Lyra Pretzela Atienza
Ma Theresa M Collante
Manny Duero
Manuel Jose Oyson
Mara and Jerome Dela Cruz
Marc Edsel Ayes
Margaret Raye Dadpaas
Margarita Sy
Maria Amabelle Redulla-Yapjoco
Maria Carmela Cabayan
Maria Cristina Mapa Piguing
Maria Melissa Tan – Rivera
Maria Teresa Tatad
Maria Victoria Viejo
Marie Therese Deleña
Mariel Isabel Oliveros
Mariel Josh Tiongson
Marietta Sargan Flores
Marijoy Maringit
Marilyn Canta
Marina Pellon Consunji
Marites Deleña
Marjorie Dacillo
Mark Angelo Cagampan
Martha Marta
Marvin Lim
Mary Angeli Conti-Lopez
Mary Anne Klein Guape
Mary Joy Buitre
Mary Palma
May Ann Abustan
Mec Fajardo
Meg Sales
Menandro Roxas
Mia Celindro
Mia Gabrielle del Rosario
Micah Sarmiento
Michael Ocampo
Michan – group donation
Micheline Laluces
Michelle Eusebio
Michelle Reyes
Mikka C.
Molave Residence Hall Room 280, 1995-1999
Monina Rose Kabigting David
Nadine L. Gutierrez
Narciso Cuevas and Rosita Cuevas
Natasha Tabucal
Nathalia Anne Martinez
Nathalie Sanciangco-Chiong
Nelissa Vibar Jamora
Nexus Technologies
Nia Chua
Nicholas Asuncion
Nicole Balane
Nicolo Cervantes
Noel Hernandez
Office of Senator Joel Villanueva
Olga Centeno
Patricia Louise B. Yambao
Patricia Marie Aureo
Patrick Pilapil
Paul Yapjoco
Pinky Bautista
Precious Joy U. Dizon
PS San Jose
PUP Manila BSA 2-8 2019-2020
Queenie Pelayo
Rachelle Aileen Santos
Rafael Lagos
Raisia Rojas
Ramon Romero
Ramon Vann Cleff Raro
Randolf Cervera
Raphael Olpindo
Rebecca Galicha
Reina R. Irinco
Renzo Capistrano
Reynalin Ferranco
Reyshell Marie Lat
Rhea Flores
Rheo Umil
Ricca Bautista
Rita Maria Soler
Rochelle Leonor
Rolando O Lazo
Romar dela Cruz
Rosanne Eleazar
Rosario Riel-Romero
Rosemarie Africa
Rosemarie Francisco-Marquez
Ross Kline Empleo
Ruth Almario
Saliw Cleto
Samantha Suppiah
SESSCO Philippines
Shantrel Ballesteros
Sheela Ann G Datukon-Lim
Shelow Monares
Shiela DeForest
Shiela Se
Sily Jumawan
Susan Rivera
SyCip Salazar Hernandez & Gatmaitan Law Offices
T. Mesina
Ted Cadiang
Teddy Tabanao
Teresita Soliven
Therese Gallenero
Tin, RPh
TJACs (Tony & Oli Jacinto and kids)
Tol Jez
Toyota Batangas City Inc.
Toyota Camarines Sur, Inc.
Tricia G. Custodio
University Of the Philippines Alumni Association in America (UPAAA), Inc.
UP Alumni Association of Central California
UP XDS Association, Inc.
UPAA of Greater Los Angeles (UPAAGLA)
UPAA San Francisco FUPFA
UPLB Choral Ensemble
Venus Reyes Navalta
Vera Deleña
Victoria Margaret Calimon
Vince Neil B. Fuertes
Vincent Te
Vivi Veloso Macaspac and Clarence Macaspac
Wil and Gaille bautista
Wilfredo L. Campos
William II Hangad
Yeshua Martin Cano
Zablar and Christianne Angsioco
Zairah Del Valle