Lone PH goal scored by Tuloy player

3 Tuloy FC players were selected to represent the Philippines in the AFF U15 Boys Championship held in Chonburi, Thailand.

In their second game of the tournament, our very own Harry James Nuñez scored the only goal from the Philippines in the 78th minute of the second half. However, Vietnam proved to be the dominant team winning 3-1 in the final score.

We are so proud of you boys! Keep reaching for the stars!

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First Tuloy FC player to score for the country

On May 12, 2019, Jenny Perez becomes the first ever Tuloy FC player to score for the Philippine National Team in an international tournament. She scored the Philippines’ second goal in the first half. Lanie Ortillo also made her international debut in this match while Marian Vista and Jonalyn Lucban made their international debut in their first match against Vietnam. Their next game is against Timor-Leste in the final game of the group stages which will determine if they qualify for the semi finals.

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4 Tuloy kids are selected for AFF U15 Girls Championship in Thailand!

4 lucky girls are officially the first group of Tuloy FC players to be selected for the national team and will be representing the Philippines at the ASEAN Football Federation U15 Girls' Championship in Thailand!

AFF U15 Championship will commence on May 9 till the 21st and will be held in Chonburi, Thailand

Matches:

10 May 2019- Vietnam vs Philippines

12 May 2019- Myanmar vs Philippines

14 May 2019- Timor Leste vs Philippines

Photo Credits to PFF

Photo Credits to PFF

CNN Philippines features Fr. Rocky the Champion of Street Children

CNN Philippines Celebrates Fr. Rocky as the Champion of Street Children. Our heartfelt gratitude to Ate Mitzy Borromeo and company for their kind support.

Quoting from the clip:

“Fr. Marciano “Rocky” G. Evangelista of the Salesians of Don Bosco founded the Tuloy Foundation in 1993 committed to getting poor, abandoned, homeless children off the streets and into a safe, nurturing place they can call home. Tuloy’s well-rounded curriculum -- specially-designed to tap the potential of every child -- gives them the opportunity to regain their self-worth and discover their passions. Part of the Tuloy program is sports (particularly football and rugby), which Fr. Rocky believes is vital in teaching discipline, teamwork, and other life skills. “

PH Prima Balerina Inspires and is inspired in Tuloy

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The trail blazing Prima Ballerina of the Philippines was in Tuloy to inspire and be inspired. Ballet Manila, which she heads, has been taking in Tuloy kids.

"Pers Lab: Mga Kwentong Hotdog" opens this Feb 9-10 at Insular Life Alabang!

This production would not be possible without the help from our sponsors!

Special thank you to our sponsors for supporting our eXtraOrdinary performing arts students!

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Former Mayor shares his Admiration for the Miracle that is Tuloy

Father Rocky’s street children

Published January 21, 2019, 12:15 AM

SPEAKING OUT MANILA BULLETIN

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By IGNACIO R. BUNYE

James Augustine Dino, a culinary arts graduate,  was personally chosen by Chef Alain Ducasse to work in his famous Le Jules Verne restaurant in Paris, France.

Benedict Sabularse and Edmar Sumera, ballet dancers,  are considered rising stars in  Ballet Academy in Cannes, France, and in Hamburg Ballet school in Germany, respectively.

Robbie Bron, Rene Malleza, Oxenola Adimar, all automotive graduates, had successful stints  in the Middle East and are now living in Australia with their families.

Maricar Peñalosa, a member of the Manuvu tribe in North Cotabato, is productively employed in a BPO.

What do  James Augustine, Benedict, Edmar, Robbie, Rene, Oxenola, and Maricar have in common?

Years ago, they were malnourished, shabby, and  frightened children whom Father Rocky Evangelista rescued from the streets.  The good priest took them under his care at the Tuloy Foundation, hoping to transform them into responsible contributing members of society.

Father Rocky has been hugely successful. For the past 25 years, Tuloy Foundation has taken under its wing around 20,000 street children who, otherwise,  would have been at risk of becoming perpetual burdens of society or, worse, criminals.

Father Rocky’s formula was simple: Gather these children in a caring and nurturing environment, provide them with their basic needs, give them basic literacy and  technical-vocational skills training and initial job placement. More important: teach them to dream and make them realize those dreams via value and spiritual formation.

(to be continued)

Visit the Manila Bulletin website for Mr. Bunye’s article on our eXtraOrdinary kids! https://news.mb.com.ph/2019/01/21/father-rockys-street-children/