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The Golden Pyramid of Peace is not your ordinary NPO. The whole idea is to bring sustainable and real results to people. The goal is to improve human life. As such, we strive to take on projects that have a real impact on our brothers and sisters. Below are some of our main ongoing programs. We hope to increase operations and explore new options as well. Have an idea? Let us know!

Helping those in need find joy

EDUCATION PROGAMS
Education Programs, as well as other programs such as Feeding and Relief are often held through the courtesy and cooperation of the Modern Mystery School's Temple. Elementary Education is held at MMS Temple in the Philippines (146 Banlok St. Lolomboy, Bocaue, Bulacan Philippines).

Medical & DentalMEDICAL & DENTAL MISSION
- Free Medical Services are provided once a month minimum.
- Regular check up and treatment with education in general health education and prevention
- Children are given free vitamins & anti polio medicine.
- Regular Free Dental services are given for children. (Dr. Dianne Peralta, Dentist)

 

FEEDING PROGRAM
Feeding Programs are often held at the Modern Mystery School's Temple in the Philippines (146 Banlok St. Lolomboy, Bocaue, Bulacan Philippines). With the participation of Mrs. Eladia Aquino-BDH and Mrs. Aida Acta-Municipal Sanitary Health Officer.

Ongoing Feeding Program: Children are fed on a regular basis.

Feeding & Dental Mission Program: 153 children were fed and given free toothbrush & toothpaste and Dental Hygiene.

DISASTER RELIEF OPERATIONSProviding relief to those in need
Typhoon Ondoy Relief

Banlok Relief Operation – September 30, 2010
Held at MMS Center Philippines, 146 Farmers Village, Banlok St. Lolomboy, Bocaue, Bulacan, Philippines. Relief Bags of were given to the victims of Typhoon Ondoy. Each bag consists of rice, noodles, milk, sugar and canned goods.

Marilao Relief Operation – October 5, 2010
Held at Sta Rosa I, Marilao, Bulacan , Philippines. Over 1,000 Relief Bags of were given to the victims of Typhoon Ondoy. Each Relief Bag consists of rice, noodles, milk, sugar and canned goods.

We are thankful for the assistance of Barangay Chairman Valentino Delos Reyes, Ma. Victoria Saludez – Barangay Midwife and volunteers from the Barangay.

LIVELIHOOD PROJECT
Mothers Livelihood Project – February 2, 2010

Mother’s (from Banlok) were given the chance to learn how to make women’s jewelry and accessories, necklaces, headbands, earrings, etc. as an ongoing source of income. (Under the supervision of Aileen Lozada.)

AGRICULTURAL PROJECT
Agricultural Project the growing and production of Palm Oil for export. The Agricultural Project is the first and oldest project initiated in the Philippines. The project pays the all-local, Philippine workers standard US Minimum wages or more and all profits are reinvested in improving operations and community needs projects.

The Agricultural Project Workers have shown great wisdom, resourcefulness and compassion in their communities, by using their income to initiate and support their neighbors and community. One of the first things they did was to buy floors for the homes in their communities. In this region, at night rats come into the homes through the dirt floors and feed on the babies and children while they are asleep. The next thing they did was buy pens for all of the children in their community, so they can attend school. They continue reinvest in their communities with many projects that help to create hope and a better life for all.

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