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BRIDGE’s 2014 Philippine Trip through the eyes of Mentor/B-Boy/Life Enthusiast – Tommy Gunns Ly!

The Bridge Program – Building Project #1 (Oy National HS, Bohol) by Ron Carino Oy National HS was hit hard by the 7.2 earthquake in Bohol last October. Many of the school’s buildings that’s right on the edge of the hill collapsed as its foundati...

A video by Ron Carino (CarinoCollective) featuring Tommy Ly Guns at Soulciety’s BRIDGE 2014 Trip.  Tommy Guns Ly is walking up the hill to Paraway Mangyan Elementary School in Mindoro, Philippines and greeted by the majestic surroundings of the isl...

written by Charito Soriano Rowenalyn “Funkch3n” Conlu, Jeannette Duong, Katrina Dy & I were in charge of the “Dental Hygiene” program for Soulciety’s Philippines mission trip. This program had 2 main objectives to fulfill...

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Golden State Warriors donates jerseys to The Bridge Program 2014! by Ron Carino Our good friend, Quinn Evans, who works for the marketing team at Golden State Warriors was able to get the franchise to donate hundreds of official GSW jerseys and wristbands...

Cultural Enlightment

By Jeannette Duong It has been interesting and exciting learning about the history and culture of the Philippines. As one of the few mentors who is not of Filipino descent, I have found that the Filipino culture is not so different from my own. All of the...

Camaraderie

Written by Brian Rapaido When all the mentors were asked to describe our trip in one word, I chose the word “empower.” Coincidentally, it is the name of Soulciety’s theatrical show and the best word I could think of to describe this jour...

By Rowena Conlu Today is our last night here in Bohol and want to share some photos in reflection of my journey from Batangas to Mindoro, Mindoro to Negros, Negros to Bohol. Wow! My life is forever transformed as I had the time of my life with my Soulciet...

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“Your greatness is measured by your gifts, not by what you have.” -Anonymous posted by Rowena Conlu

Written by Rowena Conlu As an observer and mentor throughout this journey, the kids out here are without an iPad, without an iPhone, without much, and no complaints. They just knew how to be kids. I see the hard work in their eyes, their hands, their feet...