To honor teachers nationwide, Ayala Foundation and the Department of Education held the Third Digital Magiting Conference last October 1, highlighting the many ways “kagitingan” or heroism can be taught in the public school setting.
A new set of 18 police officers was recognized for their extraordinary acts of compassion and integrity beyond the call of duty, as they join the growing number of Pulis Magiting X Pilipinong Magiting awardees. Given simultaneously in six regions, Pulis Magiting X Pilipinong Magiting is a project spearheaded by Ayala Foundation in partnership with the Philippine National Police, with the support of Chooks-to-Go and GCash.
For her record-making and record-breaking achievement at the 2021 Tokyo Olympics, Hidilyn Diaz, the first ever Filipino to win a gold medal at the quadrennial summer games, is considered a modern-day hero.
Launched at the Philippine National Police Headquarters in Camp Crame on July 5, Pulis Magiting X Pilipinong Magiting recognizes uniformed personnel who demonstrate the virtue of “kagitingan”—courage or valor—in the performance of their role, or even beyond the call of duty. Each awardee is chosen based on how they have shown a clear love of the country and their local communities, by serving with integrity, honesty, and honor.
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Ayala Foundation exceeds distribution target of 10,000 flags nationwide Ayala Foundation exceeded its target of distributing 10,000 flags nationwide in 2019, and is ready to distribute more in 2020. This initiative is part of Ayala Foundation’s Maging Magiting campaign, which seeks to inspire love of country and pride in being Filipino through the distribution of …