Christmas Party

Ernesto “Asay” Yu Foundation, Inc. By: Dexter Ricafort On the 3rd day of December a Christmas Party was held at Livelihood Center. The Christmas party was for the scholars of Ernesto Asay Yu Foundation, it is a day of happiness and fun together with the family of each scholar. Most of them brought their own Read More …

Tribute to graduates and College annual meeting 2017

                 ERNESTO ASAY YU FOUNDATION held its annual parent and student assembly at the Mandaue Head Office on April 1, 2017.                    The program was attended by the foundation’s Cebu scholars in all year level together with their parents. The program was welcomed by the Chief Operating Officer Mr. Wilfredo Bayking who also presented the Read More …

Share a Blessing with the Ati Tribe

By; Jillian Gay Noval Cebu College Scholars from Ernesto “Asay” Yu Foundation Inc. celebrated their “Share a Blessing” activity in a small community of Sitio Buyo, South Poblacion, Naga City, Cebu. Around 60 children from the Ati tribe wear a smile on their faces as they received gifts from the college scholars led by CCS Read More …

Medical Equipment 2015

By: MYFC Roxas branch “The greatest wealth is health”. As we partake in our social responsibility, the MYFC Roxas branch volunteered to distribute Medical Equipment to less fortunate barangay. In order to help them and aid their primary source of living which is to have a good health. We have a great experience in choosing Read More …

EAYF’s Share a Blessing 2015

By: Dannah Jane Gargar Christmas is about sharing from our hearts of what we have it is not just by gifts but also by giving love to one another. The Ernesto “Asay” Yu Foundation together with the MYGC’S volunteer employees and college scholars are again joined in spreading the Joy of Christmas last December 20, Read More …

“An Aid to Call”

Supplemental Feeding Program 2015By: Mae Eleonor BaladjayConspicuously, our country experiences poverty thus, results too many social problems that our government barely cater our primary needs. One of social problems is the mass growth of malnourish children. Statistics sows that only 63.2% of children 6-23 months old reach the minimum variety of foods for a good Read More …