There’s no limit in helping. Love and care make helping fruitful. Kwaderno Love Can Inc., an organization composed of people from different walks of life, has been helping and reaching out others, especially children who are in need of educational assistance through its A Child Worker No More and Sponsor A Child program. This program offers scholarship to children who are working so they can support their studies. The A Child Worker No More and Sponsor A Child program aims to help those children in reaching their dreams and to answer the child labor issue in Negros. This program is being supported by people from different parts of the world by pledging 30 pesos a month. Because of the impact of the program to the community, the members, headed by Kwaderno Executive Director and Founder Richelle Verdeprado, RSW MSW, took the courage to join the program to the Ten Accomplished Youth Organizations (TAYO) in the Philippines. Kwaderno Love Can Inc., after some evaluations and screenings, was awarded as one of the 20 runners-up of TAYO in Malacañang last February. Moreover, Kwaderno also grabbed the SELFWE for Change Community based award and the San Miguel Corp. special award. TAYO is an award-giving body of the National Youth Commission to recognize youth organizations all over the country. Today, Kwaderno Love Can Inc., a registered non-profit organization, is still on its path in bringing positive change in the community. The 30 pesos a month of each pledger has reached the hearts of children and their families. Kwaderno has 16 scholars already from different parts of the country. It has brought genuine happiness to both its scholars and members. Because of the kind heart and passion of Miss Verdeprado, a full time faculty member in the College of Arts and Sciences, and the members, Kwaderno has already reached and helped hundreds of people and some of them are UNO-Rians. Last May, Kwaderno has distributed more than 10, 000 notebooks in Silay City, Cadiz City, Bacolod City, Municipality of Hinigaran, and Barangay Sanke, Hinoba-an, its first adopted community as part of its first anniversary celebration. Distribution of notebooks is the flagship program of Kwaderno Love Can Inc.. (Jesan Cabunsol, Tolentine Star)