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YesPinoy Foundation contributes to PBSP for typhoon resilient classroom
January 17, 2014
Due to the damage caused by Super Typhoon Haiyan (Local name: Yolanda) in the Visayas region last November that destroyed vital infrastructure in the region, YesPinoy Foundation (YPF), a youth-focused organization, turned over PhP 1.6M for the construction of a typhoon-resilient classroom building in Iloilo.

From: http://www.pbsp.org.ph/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=411:yespinoy-foundation-contributes-to-pbsp-for-typhoon-resilient-classroom&catid=77:pbsp-latest&Itemid=172
 
25th Anniversary of the EDSA People Power Revolution Schedule of Events
February 19, 2011
In order to engage the youth towards volunteerism, the YesPinoy Foundation organized this event that will showcase a human mosaic composed of 2,500 students. A passing of the torch by the EDSA Veterans to the EDSA Babies will also take place.

From: mb.com.ph
 
All set for Edsa 25th anniversary
February 16, 2011
The second symposium is the Yes Pinoy Symposium – Trainer’s Training to be held at the University of the Philippines Diliman Hotel. This aims to train participants in facilitating the Edsa Babies Speak Symposiums.

From: sunstar.com.ph
 
Dingdong Dantes and Yes Pinoy Foundation to launch "Para Paaralan" bus caravan
February 15, 2011
Last year pa hinahanda ni Dingdong Dantes at ng staff niya sa Yes Pinoy Foundation ang bagong project ng kanilang organisasyon. Ito ay ang "Para Paaralan." Isang roving caravan na naglalayong matulungan at maabot ang disadvantaged youth and students.

From: gmanews.tv
 
Dingdong Dantes: A role in the classroom
February 2, 2011
Thirty-one year-old Dingdong Dantes has indeed come a long way from the 17-year-old dancer who first caught people’s eyes on TV. With a progressive career that spans 14 years (and he’s not about to stop).

From: philstar.com
 
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