King’s College of the Philippines Honored by the Bureau of Fire Protection-CAR

In a significant accolade to its commitment and collaboration, King’s College of the Philippines (KCP) was awarded the Community Relations Token by the Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP) – Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR) on the occasion of its 32nd anniversary, celebrated at Newtown Plaza Hotel, Baguio City.

The token is a prestigious recognition from the BFP for public and private entities that have notably contributed to the advancement and success of the bureau’s objectives and vision. The awarding ceremony, themed “Modernong Bumbero: Kaakibat Tungo sa Ligtas at Maunlad na Pamayanan”, exemplified the ideal synergy between public servants and stakeholders working for a safer and more progressive community.

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Dr. Angeline T. Bugtong, Vice President for Administration, graciously represented King’s College of the Philippines to accept the esteemed token. “This recognition solidifies our unwavering commitment to supporting initiatives that ensure the safety and welfare of the community. We are honored to be recognized alongside Ifugao State University as the only academic institutions to receive this token,” said Dr. Bugtong.

In the larger framework, this acknowledgment aligns perfectly with the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), particularly SDG 11 which strives for sustainable cities and communities, and SDG 17, which underscores the power of partnerships to achieve the agenda.


The dedication of KCP to foster partnerships and initiatives that promote safety and sustainable development has been evident in its various programs and collaborations. Their role as a primary contributor in aiding the BFP to actualize its vision and mandates further emphasizes the crucial role of educational institutions in promoting safety, sustainability, and resilient communities.

The award stands as a testament to the unyielding support and invaluable contributions of King’s College of the Philippines to the community at large, showcasing the potential of the academe as a pivotal partner in nation-building.// (Sab-it, J.)

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