Makati City Distributes 35,371 Grocery Packs to Public School Students

On Tuesday, May 21, a total of 35,371 grocery packs were distributed to students in Makati City's public schools, ranging from Kindergarten to Senior High School, including Special Education (SPED).

Makati Mayor Abby Binay highlighted that this initiative was launched by the local government unit (LGU) during the 2020-2021 school year. It serves as an incentive for public school students who successfully completed their respective grade levels despite the challenges posed by the pandemic.


“We have decided to make this an annual incentive that students can look forward to at the end of each school year. We want to show our appreciation for the hard work and diligence of our students and motivate them to continue doing their best in their studies every school year until they graduate,” Binay stated.

The distribution of the grocery packs has become a much-anticipated event for Makatizen students each May. The mayor assured that each grocery pack contains highly nutritious and tasty food items for the students to enjoy.

Contents of Grocery Packs

For Primary School Students:

  • Two packs of champorado mix
  • One pack of arroz caldo mix
  • One pack of hotcake mix
  • Five sachets of instant oatmeal
  • 12 sachets of chocolate drink
  • One pack of full cream milk powder
  • One pack of breadsticks
  • One pack of saltine crackers
  • Two packs of chocolate cereals
  • Two packs of bread toast
  • Two packs of chocolate flakes
  • One pack of chocolate biscuits
  • Two packs of raisins
  • One pack of fruit-flavored jelly
  • One t-shirt

For Junior and Senior High School Students:

  • Two packs of champorado mix
  • One pack of saltine crackers
  • One pack of hotcake mix
  • One pack of arroz caldo mix
  • Six sachets of instant oatmeal
  • One pack of full cream milk powder
  • Eight packs of instant canton noodles
  • One block of cheese
  • One can of pineapple juice
  • One can of pineapple tidbits
  • One t-shirt

According to the LGU, 19,750 packs have been allocated for the primary level and 15,621 packs for the secondary level.

In collaboration with the Department of Education Makati (DepEd Makati), the city government has distributed grocery packs to 16 public elementary schools and eight high schools.

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