The Sunday Mass of San Isidro Labrador Parish of Nangka, Marikina City ended with the call of support for young people to join the Parish Pastoral Council for Responsible Voting or PPCRV. PPCRV is a national parish-based political but non-partisan lay movement established in 1991. It has always worked towards Clean, Honest, Accurate, Meaningful and Peaceful elections.
PPCRV is now in full blast in recruiting volunteers for the coming May 10 national and local election. If you wish to make a difference this coming election, serving as a volunteer for PCCRV would help you fulfill that goal. There are different ways to be a PPCRV volunteer. One is to go to your local parish and sign up with them. Second is to register online with PPCRV’s website. Third is to sign up with PPCRV’s Facebook Page. Specifically, the volunteer project through Facebook need members of the IT committees who may be part of the following groups: (1) Development (2) Maps (3) Video (4) Content and (5) Blogging.
Every help counts. Let us all work together toward ours and our children’s future by ensuring this election would be conducted cleanly and peacefully.