Because the Golden Link College seeks to assist the less privileged sectors of society, it does not derive its income from the tuition of the students. It is supported by the kindness and generosity of individuals
and organizations who sponsor students for their tuitions fees or who donate to the school in various ways.
Here are some ways by which you can assist the Golden Link College:
• Sponsor the tuition fees of one or more students. The schedule of tuition fees per students is shown in the table below.
• Donate library books: this can be for pre-school, elementary, high school, or for the faculty.
• Assist in completing the facilities of the school, such as laboratory equipment, sports facilities, computers, and the construction of additional classrooms.
• Sponsor the outreach program of the Golden Link College in helping other public schools which do not have enough facilities, textbooks or
teacher training. More than 90% of primary and secondary students in
the Philippines are enrolled in public schools.
• Help sponsor free Summer Classes to poor children who cannot afford to go to private schools. The cost is P205,540.00 or US$4,780.00 per

How You Can Help

Sponsor Scholars (including textbooks)
   Pre-school (P10,000.00 per year)                   US$240.00
   Elementary (P15,000.00 per year)                  US$360.00
   High School (P20,000.00 per year)                 US$480.00
   College (P28,000.00 per year)                        US$660.00
Free Summer Classes (per summer)                  US$4,780.00 

The above tuition for pre-school up to high school includes free snacks, pupils camps, textbooks, but does not include uniforms, and field trip.




Example of a project to provide scholarship support: the Geoffrey Hodson Endowment Fund for Golden Link College
Over a number of years, a small group of New Zealanders, enthusiastic about the education offered at Golden Link College, raised money for a modest endowment fund to be managed by the Foundation that runs the College. The capital, which is inviolate, is invested conservatively, avoiding companies whose activities harm the environment and human health. The income from the fund covers the fees of two children at Golden Link.
Geoffrey Hodson scholar

Diana Rose (above), the very first Geoffrey Hodson Endowment Fund scholar who started at Golden Link at the age of seven, wrote:
Thank you for building a Fund that helps others who are in need like me.  I am happy at Golden Link and feel very lucky being included as one of the scholars of this Fund.  I will always remember you in my mind and heart. 

Geoffrey Hodson

British born Geoffrey Hodson (1886-1993), whose memory the fund honors, was an author, social reformer and worker for planetary peace who lectured to large audiences in the Philippines and came to love its people and especially its children. 
Mr Hodson believed that right direction and encouragement in idealism are the great needs for “the glittering dreams of youth”. He recommended just the sort of education Golden Link offers: one that integrates the physical, emotional, intellectual and spiritual aspects of the students’ growth.


To initiate a project in support of Golden Link, or to contribute to this scholarship endowment fund, you may contact us here:
Golden Link College
Waling-waling Street, Brgy. 177, Camarin, Caloocan City, Philippines
Tel. (63-2) 961-5836; 0943-829-1693; Fax: 961-5836 Email: