These Ayala Museum virtual events provide students online access for a year

Ayala Museum virtual events
Donors to Ayala Museum’s campaign will be granted exclusive entry to the museum’s online events.

Ayala Museum is offering exclusive access to its virtual events which serve as fundraisers to provide students online connectivity allowance for a year.

Each purchase of a virtual pass to the event is equal to a donation to Ayala Foundation’s Student Online Access Program for Junior High and College students.

The museum’s ‘Get Access, Give Access’ fund drive aims to help Filipino learners “bridge the digital divide” as they pursue their studies through distance learning as the Philippines’ Department of Education (DepEd) opted for the remote learning approach this school year to keep children safe amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Ayala Museum virtual events

Donor-participants in the virtual events gain admission to the following Ayala Museum’s virtual banner events:

History Comes Alive with Ambeth R. Ocampo
September 18 and October 2, 2020

Renowned historian Ambeth R. Ocampo is taking his long-running lecture series online. Ocampo will be talking about two core topics that have defined the year: the pandemic and fake news.

The Rush Hour Concert with the Manila Symphony Orchestra
November 2020

Ayala Museum brings the Manila Symphony Orchestra (MSO) concert to a virtual platform for the first time. The MSO is one of the oldest orchestras in Asia.

Museum Shop
September onwards

Donors gain a 10% discount for items purchased online.

The Virtual Pass package to Ayala Museum events cost Php 2,700. Individual pass to the Ocampo lecture cost Php 1000 for the regular pass and Php 700 for discounted (teachers, students, members).

Get your Virtual Pass by filling up the donation form here.

Organizations and individuals alike have chipped in to help Filipino students cope with the new normal in schooling.

Batangas’ Casa Antonio Glamp Camp gave away free WiFi kits to struggling Filipino distance learners in the province while OFW nurse Aldrin Licayan started a fund drive to donate tablet computers to poor students.

Celebrities such as Heart Evangelista and her Big Heart PH provide students with distance learning tools while Alden Richards gives out cash gifts and gadgets.

SEND CHEERS in the comments below to the organizers and participants of the Ayala Museum virtual events that provide students online access for a year.

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