ITALPINAS SUPPORTS KIDS EDUCATION THROUGH BRIGADA ESKWELA

The IDC team of Miramonti Green Residences took part in the Department of Education’s (DepED) 2019 National Schools Maintenance Week (Brigada Eskwela) by donating bags to 300 students of Sta. Anastacia Elementary School in Sto. Tomas, Batangas on June 7. The bags were given to Grade 2 students as well as the other underprivileged students from Grade 2 to 6.


For this new school year, Sta. Anastacia Elementary School will serve 1,469 students who are residents of both Barangay Sta. Anastacia and San Rafael, wherein 82% belong to marginalized families. Presently there are 43 teachers.

“I am so thankful na nabigyan kami ng ganung kaimportanteng materials for the pupils especially those from poor families na nabigyan ng chance na maka-acquire ng ganung kagandang bags. We are extending our gratitude for IDC.  Especially because some of our students,nagtitiis na dalawang taon o mahigit pa, madalas old bags talaga ang ginagamit nila.,” said Principal Elena M. De Torres, presented a plaque of appreciation to IDC in gratitude on behalf of Sta. Anastacia Elementary School.

Students are thankful and happy for receiving school bags from the IDC team.
Students are thankful and happy for receiving school bags from the IDC team.

“We hope to contribute to the parents and teachers’ efforts of creating a better life for the children though our small donation and to greatly motivate the children to do well this school year, and to have fun too, most importantly”, said Architect Romolo V. Nati, Executive Chair and CEO of Italpinas Development Corporation, owner and developer of Miramonti Green Residences.

Italpinas Development Corporation, a publicly listed Italian-Filipino company, has its flagship development in Luzon, an eco-friendly mixed-use project development in Sto. Tomas, Batangas called Miramonti Green Residences, which was recently awarded by The International Property Awards-Asia Pacific as Best Mixed-use Development.

Inspired by its view (Miramonti in Italian means “look at the mountain”), the project is yet another example of design-driven sustainable architecture that Italpinas Development Corporation (IDC) is bringing into the country’s emerging cities.

The project is easily accessible from South Luzon Expressway and is adjacent to the Light Industry and Science Park III. Miramonti Green Residences is soon to become a prime landmark in Sto.Tomas, Batangas with an expanding residential and commercial community located in the scenic Mt. Makiling area of southern Luzon. It provides a fresh urban setting away from the chaotic metropolitan environment. 

Miramonti Green Residences will consist of three 21-storey towers that will be developed in two phases. The first phase, is comprised of one tower sitting atop a podium structure and will offer  residential units, commercial areas and parking slots alongside amenities from fitness center, swimming pool and playground among others.

Students of Sta. Anastacia Elementary School in Sto. Tomas, Batangas, received
school bags from IDC Miramonti Branch on June 7, in time for the opening of classes.