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Fully Booked Foundation

Fully Booked Foundation  

Founded in 2012 by Chris Yam-Daez, the Fully Booked Foundation seeks to help alleviate poverty through education.         

Mission

To empower, educate, and collaborate with people, and initiate projects for the purpose of uplifting our local communities through public schools and libraries, thus reducing poverty, promoting growth, and increasing opportunities for our youth.  

Vision

To educate the youth to reach their full potential through learning and developmental activities.  

From providing teacher's kits and school kits, to building mini-libraries, the Fully Booked Foundation is dedicated to promoting the value of reading and education in order to enrich lives.  

How to Help

No act of kindness is ever too small.

You can donate to the Fully Booked Foundation through the coin banks placed at all Fully Booked cashiers, or by depositing directly to our Metrobank Savings Account.

  • Account Name: Fully Booked Foundation Inc.
  • Account Number: 309-7-30951332-7  

 

Contact Us

You may reach us at foundation@fullybookedonline.com.

  • If you are an educator and want to collaborate with us for outreach or reading activities, please email us with the subject Outreach Inquiry.
  • If you are a publisher, supplier, or part of local government and want to collaborate with us, please email us with the subject Partnership

Recent Activites

Last November 11, 2019, the Fully Booked Foundation visited EP Village Pinagsama Daycare, where the students received school kits and books for their library. We were joined by a storyteller from Adarna House, who shared two stories with the kids. And to cap it all off, we enjoyed a delicious lunch care of PRESS by Fully Booked.

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