Alpha Phi Omega, a Philippine Service Fraternity, extended their services to the people of Villaviciosa through their project called the 18th Mission Possible at the Villaviciosa Central School on July 7, 2019.
The fraternity offered medical, dental, and optical services. They also held gift-giving and feeding programs, free haircuts, a seed distribution, and parlor games.
This project was made possible through the help of 170 volunteers from different sectors such as Philippine Red Cross, Philippine Army 24IV7ID, Regional Mobile Force Battalion RMFB15, Abrenian Motorcycle Riders Federation, United Motorists of Abra, Villaviciosa Extreme Riders Club, M’s Fit Well Hub, DOH-RHU Villaviciosa, LGU-Villaviciosa, PNP-Villaviciosa, Villaviciosa Central School, and, DepEd-Abra.
The recipients of this project are the pupils of Lumaba Integrated School, Tamac Elementary School, Tuquib Integrated School, Bollilising Elementary School, Cal-lao Elementary School, Lagaosian Elementary School, Villaviciosa Central School.
“Our aim is to help other people. Our organization is practicing volunteerism and solidarity,”
Alpha Phi Omega Bangued Abra Alumni Chapter Coordinator Edmund Padaoil said.