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Poster Making Contest 2014

(Coop Month 2014 Celebration)


1ST PLACE: ENTRY No. 5- Micah Jewel C. Gacutan of Candon City Information Technology National High School 

2ND PLACE: ENTRY No. 1- Yasser Vill B. Escurel of Salcedo National High School

3RD PLACE: ENTRY No. 2- Jerome B. Babael of Salcedo National High School

4TH PLACE: ENTRY No. 10- Trevor Absalom Sanglay of Makil Technical School

5TH PLACE: ENTRY No. 9- Argie J. Valdez of Candon City High School


SHSC-Sta. Catalina: The Lucky 13th- NOW OPEN!

Named after Saint Catherine of Alexandria and the smallest town in the province, Sta. Catalina, Ilocos Sur, “The Vegetable Bowl of the North” is the location of the newest branch of Sacred Heart Savings Cooperative. 
To be inaugurated Soon, SHSC-Sta. Catalina will be servicing the towns of Metro Vigan: Bantay, Vigan City, Caoayan, San Vicente, Sta. Catalina and perhaps even the people from the western parts of Sto. Domingo and San Ildefonso.
Sta. Catalina, with a total effective area of 1,150 hectares for vegetable farming and with a total vegetable production value of  Php 523.04 million, boasts of its agricultural produce that goes by miles to our public markets here in Northern Luzon. These include onion, cabbage, cauliflower, sweet pepper, eggplant, tomato, sweet potato, yam beans, mongo, peanut, corn, ombok (chinese cabbage), turnip (singkamas)  and string beans to name a few.

 

Message from CEO


Welcome to the new site of the Sacred Heart Savings Cooperative. Being one of the largest and fastest growing cooperatives in the region, this cooperative is not one to be left behind in embracing new developments in technology as a tool in pushing its thrust in providing service to the community. It must be noted that this Cooperative is pioneering implementer of technology in coop operations being the first primary cooperative in the region to adopt a fully computerized accounting system, as recognized by the Cooperative Development Authority.

 

The internet made information available in a quick and easy manner, publicly accessible and within easy reach. The coop intends to utilize this facility to reach out to more people not only in the country but also in the whole world where there are fellow Filipinos. Communicating with the coop is made easier with the facility.

 

This website was created to keep you posted of latest developments, updates, events, activities and the like. Members and would-be members may post queries and questions regarding the programs and services of the coop; and verification and clarification concern about their transactions with the coop. Furthermore,Interested parties may download forms available in the website to apply for membership, loans and others. I enjoin you, therefore, to use this website as a venue for better service and communication.

 

In the near future, inter-branch transactions may be enabled through on-line connectivity of all the Coop branches. This is a dream which is just an arm’s reach.

 

As your CEO, I am always on the look-out for developments to further improve our capabilities, and with your continued effort, we will prevail…

 

 

JAIME D. GABOY JR.

Chief Executive Officer

 


 

Brief History Sacred Heart Savings Cooperative

The Sacred Heart Savings Cooperative was first organized on April 2, 1972 as the Galimuyod Credit Union. A group of 33 parishioners of the Sacred Heart of Jesus Parish in Galimuyod, Ilocos Sur took the initiative to organize a credit union in order to respond to their economic needs. The union started with a capitalization of Php 916.00 and its principal office was located at the Sacred Heart of Jesus Parish rectory. The first set of officers was Mariano Rafael as president, Francis Makil as Vice President, Jose Sabado Jr., as Treasurer, and Lilia Balicdang as Secretary.

On December 18, 1984, the credit union was converted into a Kilusang Bayan pursuant to presidential decree No. 175 and LOI No.23 and was confirmed by the CDA on December 31, 1990.

In June 1997, the coop was converted into a multi-purpose cooperative providing legal basis for its expansion programs like the establishment of the consumers and marketing section.

In 2002, the cooperative took a bold move by yet another amendment to its by-laws changing its name from Galimuyod Multi-Purpose Cooperative to Galimuyod Savings and Development Cooperativve; and expanding its area of operation to the whole province of Ilocos Sur. As an offshoot to the amendment put up its Branch Office in Candon. In February 2007, the Cooperative opened its 2nd branch office located at San Jose, Narvacan, Ilocos Sur. The third branch was put up in San Emilio, Ilocos Sur on March 15, 2009 to serve the communities in the uplands. On July 13, 2010, the name of the Cooperative was changed to Sacred Heart Savings Cooperative as a preparation for its expansion on its area of operation within Region 1 and Abra. On April 1, 2011, a new branch was opened in San Fernando City, La Union. As time passed, its operation expanded and the coop opened more branches: Rosario, La Union (November 2012), Rosales, Pangasinan (June 2013), Tagudin, Ilocos Sur (September 2013), Dagupan City (October 2013), Tayug, Pangasinan (February 2014), Burgos, Ilocos Norte (February 2014), Magsingal, Ilocos Sur (July 2014) and Sta. Catalina, Ilocos Sur (October 2014).

In order to diversify its product and service offerings, the cooperative opened the SHSC Laboratory, Diagnostics, and Medical Clinic on November 26, 2013 to serve members and their families in terms of their health and wellness. Cooprints, a large scale digital printing shop, was opened on June 25, 2014 to cater the printing needs of its members and the cooperative. Coop Bazaar, Coop Events and the Coop Trucking Service were subsequently introduced to the members.

Under the able leadership of the present officers and through the efficiency and diligence of the staff, the coop has become one of the most dynamic cooperative in terms of growth having been awarded by the Cooperative Development Authority as on one of the most outstanding cooperatives in the country (1st place CDA Gawad Parangal Regional Level-Large Scale). Last December 23, 2014, the Cooperative Development Authority – Region 1 proclaimed that the Sacred Heart Savings Cooperative is the First Billionaire Primary Cooperative.

In 2015, the coop was able to open new branches in and outside its turf region. The coop opened branches in the booming municipalities of San Nicolas, Ilocos Norte and Mangatarem, Pangasinan respectively. Outside the Ilocos Region, SHSC has now branch offices in the municipality of Paniqui, Tarlac, Region III and Baguio City, CAR. The SHSC Hog Breeding Farm, a 300-sow level facility came into existence also in 2015.

In January 2016, a new branch was inaugurated in the Science City of Muñoz, Nueva Ecija, Region III.

 

 

 
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