PAREF Rosehill honors donors Consunji, Moran

(The Philippine Star) - March 6, 2021 - 12:00am

MANILA, Philippines — On its 30th year anniversary, PAREF Rosehill School gives fitting recognition to donors Sid Consunji, president and chairman of DMCI Holdings, and Danny Moran, president of Amici Food Ventures Inc.

Through the generous material help of Consunji, Moran and other donors, the school has pushed its advocacies of promoting personal integral formation, fruitful family enrichment and meaningful community service.

PAREF Rosehill, relatively a young school up on the hills of Rizal, has produced women leaders in their own spheres of influence –homes, schools, offices, hospitals and various work places here and abroad.

The onsite dedication ceremony naming the chapel building after DMCI and the school gym after Moran will be aired together with its virtual Family Day celebration at 5 p.m. today through the Facebook page of PAREF Rosehill Student Council.

Inspiring words from Rizal Gov. Nini Ynares will make the virtual Family Day and Naming Rights Maiden Offer Launch more meaningful.

The presence of Consunji, Moran, Rizal Vice Gov. Junrey San Juan, regional vicar of Opus Dei, trustees and officers of PAREF Inc. and PAREF Rosehill and Parent Council representatives in the onsite ceremony manifested the collaboration of the provincial government with the school for various programs and advocacies.

PAREF Rosehill students have been proudly representing Rizal in various competitions. The school reaches out to neighboring barangays, public schools and families of school staff through regular outreach activities such as medical and dental mission, free legal consultation, distribution of medicine and food as well as visits to hospitals, home for the elderly and orphanages.

This virtual event jumpstarts the ”I Lead. I Serve” offer to name certain school facilities after benevolent donors. With improved facilities, PAREF Rosehill hopes to better serve more families now and in the future.

The school had a groundbreaking ceremony for a three-story Arts and Sciences building. The new building will house art and music rooms, computer laboratories, science laboratories and other facilities.

The COVID-19 pandemic interrupted the construction for a few months. Construction resumed with DMCI as contractor and benefactor.

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