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S&R Kawit and Imus now on MetroMart

  One great way to usher in the summer season is shopping online for cool, yummy and nifty finds from S&R.   Shop online from S&R branches in Cavite via MetroMart, the #1 online grocery delivery service in the Philippines. These include S&R Imus along Aguinaldo Highway, and the newly opened S&R Evo in Evo City, Kawit.   Customers can shop from S&R with or without a membership card via their MetroMart account. Score unique, awesome finds from S&R with great discounts and promos when you shop online with MetroMart.   Get FREE Delivery when you use the code SNRCAVITE . This promo is valid for ALL Users, for a one-time redemption within April 1-15, 2023, and applicable for S&R Evo , terms and conditions apply.   Start your online shopping experience and order a wide range of groceries and other essentials via MetroMart. Download the app via  

2023 Milo National Marathon Makes an Epic Comeback

  After 3 long years, the National MILO Marathon returns to energize runners of all levels for an ACTIVE PILIPINAS ! #MILOMarathon2023 #MILOActivePilipinas The much-awaited return of the National MILO® Marathon kicked off on March 26 with its first leg in the SM Mall of Asia Complex. After a 3-year hiatus, the marathon brought together over 12,000 runners for 3K, 5K, 10K, 21K, and 42K race categories.   The longest-running marathon in the country, this year’s National MILO® Marathon comeback marks its 44th edition. It follows the brand’s MILO® ACTIVE PILIPINAS launch in January which was a call for the nation to go from couch to court with the help of MILO®’s energizing nutrition and sports programs.   “We started the year with a call to go from couch to court— to ease our way back into sports— and the return of the iconic National MILO® Marathon is one of the ways we’re doing that. Although it’s not on the scale that we’ve gotten used to, the MILO® Marathon continues to be

SM scholar-alumna takes the road less travelled

  SM Scholar Alumna pursues a career in SPED   Teaching surpasses the realms of jobs or professions–it encompasses service, vocation, and life mission. Proving this day and night are millions of Filipino teachers who stand as second mothers to students. One of them is Rosalie Macaspac, an SM scholar alumna who chose to pursue a career in Special Education (SPED). Life’s work Choosing to teach, especially pursue SPED, is a path less travelled. Out of over 800,000 public school teachers, only about 4,000 are in SPED, and Rosalie is one of the few who took the path. For 21 years now, the SM scholar alumna has dedicated her life to teaching SPED students. She wanted to empower and give special children a voice by advocating the welfare of deaf learners. Rosalie Macaspac (left) interprets the contents of the program for her students. With much dedication and determination to have the right skills for her students, she pursued graduate studies in special education and Filipino

Daughter of former flower farmers lives a vibrant life through the SM Scholarship grant

  Stability is the foundation of a well-lived life. With basic needs fulfilled, people have the opportunity to develop themselves, explore various facets of life, and contribute to the welfare of the community.   When aspiring youth, especially those from low-income households, are given the chance to stand on solid ground, they readily take the chance. They utilize it as a seedbed where they can cultivate their dreams and aspirations.   One testament to this is SM scholar alumna Jonnah Jane Sacamay, who grew up in a family where stability seemed like an uncharted territory. Years back, Jonnah’s family’s main source of living was flower farming. This made them walk on a thin line as the demand for flowers was seasonal, and they were also often affected by unpredictable weather disturbances.    But while they had journeyed through life with uncertainty, they had always planted in her mind the power of education.   “Given that the nature of farming is very seasonal, our i