April 26, 2022


When PATTSeans Join Bayanihan, No One’s Left Behind

Official Publication Material of “PATTSino Drive: Oplan Kalinga”

PATTS College of Aeronautics offers subjects that vary per program, but one thing has always been there that is common to its students: Service-Orientedness.

Bagyong Agaton was the first typhoon that battered the Philippines in the first week of April 2022. According to CBSNews, more than 17,000 people fled their homes, with Leyte being the most affected.

Endless visits from storms have knocked in the skies of the country every year. But, the nation has been blessed by generous hearts that are always there to give support to those who are in need. With this, several organizations of PATTS tied a knot to help our ‘kababayans’ affected by the typhoon as they launched the “PATTSino Drive: Oplan Kalinga” that was first posted on the PATTS Student Council (PSC) social media platforms on April 26, 2022.

On the last day of receiving donations on May 9, they collected a roughly whopping amount of 10,000 pesos that aimed to help families in Baybay, Tacloban, and Abuyog City in the Province of Leyte. The donation drive was made possible by the collaborative efforts of not only the organizations involved, but those who recognized, prayed, and engaged with those affected.