Spread your love and blessings this Christmas.
Sing from the heart and lend a helping hand to others.
Come and join Isabelita Rosueta Organization in our Christmas Gift Giving!
The Isabelita Rosueta (IROG) Foundation recently launched another community outreach program through an educational/recreational Summer Camp at the LogicGateOne Compound, a medium-sized farm-office compound also called “Green”, in Sto. Tomas, Subic, Zambales. This month-long Summer Camp will last from April 21 to May 21, with daily programs from 8:30 AM to 12 NN except Saturdays.
The camp aims to provide local students with introductory and refresher courses in such subjects as Basic English, Basic Math, Basic Science, Arts, Reading Comprehension and Computer Basic Training, aside from conducting sports activities and Bible discussions. The program offers free, well-rounded opportunities for students in their scholastic, emotional, cultural and spiritual development.
IROG has targeted about 118 participants as the beneficiaries of this youth-enhancement project in order to engage students during the long, hot and what they call boring school summer vacation and to fill in any gaps they may have in their past and future academic training.
Through this intensive summer program, parents and guardians will find IROG’s Summer Camp 2014 not just an educational treasure trove but also a source of personal growth for our youth. IROG has proven once more its dedication and foresight in helping develop Subic and Zambales and the nation-at-large through transforming its citizens into highly-aware and well-balanced individuals.
Come and see for yourself what the future leaders of our land are doing at IROG’s Summer Camp 2014!
"Education is the key to untie the knot of Poverty" and IROG is on the go to inculcate this to the young minds of the youth. Summer is not just about hitting the beach, learning while playing will make your summer an unforgettable one.
Enjoy and learn with us!
Summer Camp 2014 begins!
IROG Foundation opens its door for the Summer Camp 2014 registration. The day was filled with happy faces of the kids ready and willing to participate for the said activity.
More exciting and enjoyable days awaits.
IROG Foundation Summer Camp 2014 invites all Kids and Teens to join on a month of boosting your child’s best skills in Arts, English communication and reading comprehension, Mathematics, Science, Computer, and Sports which enables them in developing their interest for studies and enjoy and own their vacation.
Register now for a FREE summer of fun, excitement and interactive learning!
Naugsol Community Service
A documentary video by LogicGateOne
Irog Community Service 2013
IROG (Isabelita Rosueta Organization) is a non-profit organization based in Subic Bay, Philippines that aims to bring hope to the community by fostering goodwill and cooperation through scholarship grants, educational activities, livelihood programs, and community-oriented projects.
Handog Karunungan Project – A scholarship project designed for individuals who wish to pursue their studies but do not have sufficient means. Isabelita Rosueta Organization, Inc. (IROG) a non-profit organization spearheaded by the Director of LogicGateOne Corp. – a local and international provider of best SEO and quality website design services in the Philippines helps by providing them with school supplies, allowances, and tuition fees on a case-to-case basis.
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
IROG’s community development program of LogicGateOne, a Search Engine Optimization Company aims to address developmental needs of a certain sector and to empower them to participate in productive, self-reliant, and community-based activities. The program seeks to help communities to define, conceptualize, and implement Educational Projects, Livelihood Skills-training, Environment Awareness Activities and Disaster Mitigation, and Preparedness Programs.
IROG DAY-CARE CENTER
This project aims to assist and mobilize homeowners of Sto. Tomas, Subic, Zambales through basic education.
ZAMBALES AETA PROJECT
IROG hopes to provide opportunities to Aetas in livelihood, education, and housing development in Zambales. The project, moreover, desires to help provide Aetas easy access to basic services and to enhance their lives materially and spiritually.
Food is for the body. We eat to refresh and reenergize our body. But rarely do we realize that food ultimately revitalizes our spirit. More often, it seems, we eat with the thought of filling our stomach with food, not realizing that it was the brain and the heart that signaled the stomach to seek food.
How often do we forget that the heart – a central part of the body – needs more than food to make the whole person happy or satisfied? We eat because we feel hungry. But do we usually think of eating to be happy or to avoid or to remove sadness and depression? Almost never! For the human body is more than a combination of water, air, minerals, vitamins and proteins. It is not the things we eat that give us life but the spirit in us we received from God.
What was the first thing that God did before He created humans? He planted a garden. No, it was not merely a garden – it was a home, a living room, a playground, a menagerie and a vast dining table complete with all the fresh, natural, organic goodies.
Was God happy feeding humans? Obviously! Of course, today we would think God is not at all concerned about humans because millions go hungry and die while others live in abundance and luxury.
Yes, our world is far from the Paradise that we believe our first parents used to live in and enjoy. In fact, we live in a world with millions of people in great need of shelter, education, food and health-care that government and private institutions have their hands full addressing day in and day out. Many of us live not just in hunger but in desperation, not knowing why this has happened to us humans and how we can cope with the gargantuan task of serving the world with food and, as we said, with happiness and contentment in life.
When we feed ourselves, we not only feel good and cheerful; we also experience peace and confidence that life – for many of us, at least – is a great blessing to have. But what do we feel when we voluntary feed others, especially those who have limited resources? The feelings of goodness, happiness, peace and confidence transform into something close to heavenly joy and triumph. It is as if God’s material blessings we derive through our labors take on a sublime — or call it magical – quality similar to that of owning tons of gold (no, even more valuable and beautiful!), giving us a wonderful new sense of being. It seems as if God Himself is smiling at us and telling us, “Thank you for feeding me!”
And that is how we become like God – when we feed and care for the hungry. If we were truly made in His image from the start, we portray that divine nature when we, like Him, seek out those who have basic needs and do something to make their life as fulfilling and as comfortable as the way we experience it. It was that way in the Garden as God intended it to be. It should be that way today in the world as He desires it to be. This could not be just a dream. With wars and famine all around us, we have enough of our share of nightmares. Let us keep the vision awake and alive.
And so, with these thoughts in mind, I express my deep appreciation for Isabelita Rosueta Organization - LogicGateOne Corp. for the wonderful privilege to be part of their Feeding Program at the Sto. Tomas Elementary School in Subic, Zambales. Under the selfless leadership of Joel and Roselyn Castillo, the young, dynamic, diligent and caring worker-volunteers of the two companies, together with Alpha Phi Omega Olongapo Alumni Association and other civic-minded members of the community, opened a soup kitchen last Friday, September 6, 2013, for scores of children, as part of Isabelita Rosueta Organization’s outreach programs. Mrs. Isabelita Castillo and Mrs. Rosueta Tuazon, in whose names the foundation was named after, graced the occasion. Nanay Rosie opened the activity with a heartfelt and meaningful prayer of thanksgiving for allowing the foundation to share its blessings with the community.
The afternoon event was filled with shrill, festive cries of children playing games under the able guidance of Enrico Santos who acted as emcee, together with Christine Joy Ganoran. Parents were also on hand to encourage their children who competed against each other in parlor games, badminton, dama and chess. Awarding of prizes to the day’s winners ended the program.
And so, no one went home feeling sad, depressed or lonely. And it was not merely because of the food. You know what it was, don’t you? Next time, be sure to share not just your time, and experience how feeding and caring for others can make you a happier and richer person that you can ever imagine.
IROG (Isabelita Rosueta Organization) is a non-profit Foundation based in Subic Bay, Philippines that aims to bring hope to the community by fostering goodwill and cooperation through charity projects such as scholarship grants, educational activities, livelihood programs and community-oriented projects.
It came about as a result of a common desire to give back the blessings received from personal and business ventures to the society. Moreover, it is a channel through which other individuals and groups can network their ideas and resources for implementing meaningful and fruitful endeavors on behalf of the community and society in general.
If you are also one of the individuals we are talking to you may help and reach us at http://isabelitarosueta.org/