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Project LiBro: Matatagpuan mo kaya sa isang libro ang iyong pag-ibig?


LIBRO. Iyan ang tagalog sa BOOK.

Hindi ko ginawa ang blog post na ito dahil nakapagsulat na ako ng libro o di kaya’y natagpuan ko na ang aking pag-ibig. Pero kung sakaling interesado ka sa librong aking isinulat, puntahan mo na lang ang aking Facebook Page (Doctor Eamer’s Blog). Kung interesado ka naman sa aking pag-ibig, stay tune lang dito sa aking blogsite 😉

Sa isang kuwentuhan ng aking kaibigan, nakabuo kami ng isang konsepto o adbokasiya. Tinawag namin itong Project LiBro. Ito ang ginawa namin na “Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)” para mas maintindihan mo kung patungkol saan ito.

1. What is Project LiBro?

Project LiBro is an advocacy. We plan to have book drives in Los Baños, Laguna. We are for-profit social venture that aims to support various initiatives for chosen elementary schools specifically to deserving students. All funding will come from selling the books collected through donations.

2. What is the Mission/Vision of Project LiBro?

Project LiBro envisions to help bring transformation in the community we live in. Through this project, we aim to conduct free life lesson sessions among elementary students that will enable them to dream for their selves, for their family and for the country. We also want to bless them by giving them some school supplies and learning materials.

Project LiBro believes in the Ripple Effect Principle. The positive things that you are doing, no matter how big or small, have the power to create ripple effects that will impact the lives of others.

3. What is the target of Project LiBro for this year?

We plan to have a Christmas gift-giving for twenty five (25) chosen Grade 5 or Grade 6 students. We are still coordinating to a certain school for the partnership. This will be conducted on December 2015.

4. What exactly does Project LiBro do and aim for?

The founders of Project LiBro gather second-hand/brand new books preferably but not limited to self-help, inspirational, leadership and discipleship books. Monetary donations are also welcome for the purchase of school supplies and other gift giving materials. Educational scholarships for deserving students are definitely most welcome!

5. I think I can be of help, what should I do?

You are most welcomed! You can like and share our Facebook Page ( You can also donate books or cash.  You can buy our books or invite your friends to buy our books.

6. Who can donate books?

Everyone can be a donor. You can send the books by mail LBC, JRS Express, etc. to:

Project LiBro

c/o Joseph A. Pagtananan

Destiny Ministries International

L1 F5 Lopez Village, San Antonio, Los Banos, Laguna 4030

7. I am donating cash. How should I go about it?

Aside from old / new books, you can now express your heart’s desire to help the students by donating cash through the following account. The funds gathered will be used to by school supplies and other learning materials.

Rest assured that all of these be used to serve Project LiBro noble purpose. Educational scholarships for deserving students are definitely most welcome!

Savings Account:

Metrobank (Los Baños Branch)

Savings Account Number: 485-3-485-25172-4

Account Name: Joseph A. Pagtananan

8. I still have an inquiry. How can I contact you?

You can contact us at or send a private message at the personal FB account of the founders of Project LiBro: Marc Briones and Joseph Arquiza Pagtananan.

Hindi namin alam kung paano ito magiging matagumpay pero alam namin na gagabayan kami ng ating Diyos upang ang aming adhikain ay aming maisagawa. Salamat sa pagbabasa. Feel free to like and share the Facebook Page of Project LiBro (

Our official blogsite is 🙂

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