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Alay Lakad 2010
Alay Lakad began in 1972 when the Department of Social Welfare, now (DSWD) conceived and initiated the Walk-for-Cause project in Metro Manila.
The Alay Lakad is a yearly walk conducted nationwide. The idea is for civic minded citizens in every city and municipality to join mass hike out along prescribed routes. Sponsors are then sought to donate a certain amounts. The funds raised are used to finance programs for the needy out-of-school youth. These socio economic projects include skills training on various occupational trades, income-generation projects community scouting, leadership training and cultural activities.
In the City of Dasmariñas, this activity has proven to be effective scheme in promoting the development of the needy and underprivileged youth. All these years people from all walks of life annually gathered together nationwide to step forward and be counted in an activity manifesting a continuing concern for the welfare of the Dasmarineño youth.
Alay Lakad 2010 has gathered a massive crowed that filled the parking grounds of Waltermart Dasmariñas. A complete roster of city officials headed by Cong. Pidi Barzaga and Mayor Jenny Barzaga joined the event that was attended by participants from schools, institutions and the various stakeholders of the City.
Aside from the colorful opening number, a contest in search of the Talentadong DAsmarineno was held and the representative from Congressional High School won. The delegates from Philippine Nautical Training Center (PNTC) were given the Bonggang Bonggang Award.