College of Nursing
JUNIOR CLASS ORGANIZATION
S. Y. 2009 – 2010
SEPTEMBER 28, 2009
PRESIDENTS / DIRECTORS OF LEVEL ORGANIZATIONS / BATCHGOVERNMENTS OF THE COLLEGE OF NURSING; AU – SUPREME STUDENT COUNCIL;ARELLANO UNIVERSITY – RED CROSS COUNCIL; ROTARACT; AND COLLEGE OFNURSING FACULTY ASSOCIATION.
ARELLANO UNIVERSITY – NURSING SOCIETY
JUN CARY V. SUITOS
President, Junior Class Organization
MRS. NOLI V. PAGDANGANAN, RN, MPA
Academic Coordinator, AUCN – Level III
COL. SUZETTE D. BAUTISTA (RET) GSC, RN, MAN
Clinical Coordinator, AUCN – Level III
ALAY TULONG SA KAPWA KO
Greetings in the name of service!Each year, our country, being in the typhoon belt, experiences at least 20 typhoons. Many of these are classified as super typhoons, especially those occurring in the last quarter of the year.Typhoons cause inundation, coastal havoc, shipwreck, and other natural disasters andinfrastructure losses.During disasters, the Philippines heavily depends on charity to help victims recover fromdevastation. Immediate needs include medicines, toiletries, food and clean drinking water,clothing blankets, and construction materials.The Junior Class Organization is committed to making life better for individuals whose lives areaffected by natural disasters and calamities. Through our Socio – Civic programs, we would liketo make a positive impact on the lives of people in our community who are in need of immediatecare, nursing assistance, foods, shelter, and warmth.Our work is only possible with the assistance of generous donations from members of our community. Without donations from supporters such as your organization, the people who willbe benefited from our simple deeds and services would be left to face their challenges withcalamities all alone. It is our belief that every person dealing with this unwanted incidentdeserves the support that we are ready and willing to give.