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Seminar on how to set up and manage an NGO or foundation successfully

Tritium Knowledge Center, Inc. (TKCI) will hold a seminar on how to set up and manage successfully a nongovernment organization or foundation on February 21 at the New Horizon Hotel in Mandaluyong City.

The seminar aims to equip participants with skills that will enable them to organize and establish an NGO or foundation that could espouse and promote various social oriented causes require people who possess the heart and the passion to help the underserved, disadvantaged, and marginalized members of society.

TKCI said the need to help Filipinos living the poverty line has become urgent to vent off the growing social volcano and the economic disparity between those who have and those who have not. ‘‘We need to provide people with opportunities for education and the necessary skills to make them gainfully employed,’’ it said.

To create an NGO or Foundation that could successfully implement your important social orient projects such educational scholarship, financial literacy, poverty alleviation, livelihood, health, disaster preparedness, and many other worthy causes, TKCI said participants need to appreciate and learn the compliance, monitoring, and reportorial requirements of the SEC, BIR, and other institutions.

Speakers in the seminar, which will be held from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., are Atty. Ferdinand B. Sales, Assistant Director of Securities and Exchange Commission, and Danilo D. Pineda, Chairman and President, Tritium Knowledge Center, Inc.

For registration details, call Tritium Knowledge Center, Inc. (TKCI) at tel. nos. 579-5697; 531-0084: 0919-2299777; 0919-2299780; or email at tritium@pldtdsl.net or tkcp_ph@yahoo.com.

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