Sambayanihan encapsulates the synergy at work in TSPI. The collaboration of the TSPI Microfinance NGO and the Mutual Benefit Association, Inc. (MBAI) enables the provision of support for livelihood, microinsurance, social development services and spiritual growth to members.
The ultimate purpose is to glorify God (“samba”) in working as one body (“bayanihan”) with genuine care and love for one another.
Sambayanihan was derived from two words, “Samba” and “Bayanihan”, these were used to describe how service was delivered to members during the pandemic. It means helping one another and working together to serve others for God’s glory.
A medical mission was held for TSPI members and their families on October 30, coinciding with TSPI’s 38th anniversary. It was organized by TSPI Corporate Center Branch in partnership with the Medicard Foundation and with support from Pascual Laboratories, the Guadalupe Nuevo Barangay Council and client leaders
Christmas is for children. The season of giving came early for 50 kids of TSPI farmer clients at Sitio Poultry, Barangay Magsalisi, Jaen, Nueva Ecija, when TSPI Gapan Branch arranged a play-and-learn day on December 7, 2019.
TSPI assisted over 130 members of Antipolo 2 Branch in applying for membership in Social Security System (SSS) and in collecting and processing data for their Unified Multipurpose ID (UMID) cards. The registration was held at the Branch office on October 24, 2019.
Under the Sambayanihan Project, the TSPI Mutual Benefit Association Inc. (TSPI MBAI) extended support to TSPI clients and kapamilya through its “Covid-19 Health Protection Program”.