Here, we strive to keep you informed about the latest happenings, financial insights, and cooperative developments that directly impact you and our community.
To our valued members, both longstanding and new, we express our heartfelt gratitude for being an integral part of GSAC’s story. Together, let us embrace this new chapter with optimism and ambition, creating a brighter, more prosperous future for Sorsogon and its communities.
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Gubat St. Anthony Cooperative (GSAC) in partnership with Alfredo Yuchengco (AY) Foundation and Sorsogon Medical Mission Group Hospital & Health Services Cooperative (SMMGHHS or SorDoc) launched a program for Women with Gynecological Disorder.
Naga San Fernando Transport Cooperative Ties up with GSAC Gubat St. Anthony Cooperative (GSAC) and Naga San Fernando Transport Cooperative (NSFTC) signed a Memorandum of Agreement, February 10, 2021. Signatories were GSAC Chairman Rene B. Hermo and
GSAC has been vigorous in looking for numerous services to offer to our farmer-members.
“We have been banking with UCPB for around 20 years,” states Nonito “Nonie” Collingwood, CEO of Gubat St. Anthony Cooperative (GSAC) of Gubat, Sorsogon. “Through the years, we have come to think of UCPB as GSAC’s financial partner for yesterday, today and tomorrow. It is a relationship founded on mutual trust and shared objectives.”
The Village and Loan Association (VSLA) is a form of micro-finance managed by small communities, usually 15-30 members that intends to bring down the barriers to the access of loans since it does not require guarantees and joint liability collateral.
GSAC has put up its vegetable farms in Abuyog, Sorsogon City and in Casay, Casiguran. We have daily produce from these farms and sell them at GSAC Home Office. One of our farm objectives is to reach member consumers and wholesalers and offer them naturally grown vegetables in farm gate prices.
Members’ dream to own a house will now come true with Home Loan! GSAC has allocated Php50M budget for this loan product alone to be a part of the Coop’s portfolio in terms of real estate investment of eligible members. The loan offering will be on a one-time, first-come, first-served basis among its interested members within the set budget.
KOOP KAPATID was formerly known as “Big brother helping small brother program”.
This is in consonance with CDA memorandum 2020 -02 to assist micro and small cooperative partners in terms of technical support, financial and training interventions.
GSAC LEGAZPI BRANCH moved, June 18, 2021, to a new branch office located at Purok 1 Brgy. 3 EM’s Barrio East, Legazpi City. The transfer ceremony was started with a holy mass officiated by Rev. Aaron C Llasos, followed by the cutting of the ribbon by Director Leonisa Ferreras and Chief Executive Officer Nonito E. Collingwood.