During Christmastime, the CEDev spearheads an outreach activity dubbed, Pamaskong Handog, that involves all sectors of the university. This activity provides an opportunity for the HNU family to share its blessings by giving gifts and celebrating Christmas with the less fortunate pupils of San Isidro Elementary School, Corella Elementary School, and KDCC, along with the residents of Purok III of San Isidro.
Also at Christmastime, the College of Arts and Sciences, in cooperation with the CEDev, remembers the poor patients of the Governor Celestino Gallares Memorial Hospital by giving away cash gifts.
In honor of their patron saint, the Sto. Niño, pupils of the Grade School Department have made a tradition of celebrating with the San Isidro Elementary School pupils on His Feast Day. HNU and San Isidro Elementary School pupils enjoy a variety program followed by heavy snacks as part of the celebration. HNU pupils spend this opportunity to talk with the other pupils about their patron saint, while the principals and teachers of both schools gather together to share experiences on their profession.
The co-curricular club members of both Grade School and High Schools Departments visit the San Isidro Elementary School students regularly. During these visits students discuss things about their clubs. Tutorial sessions are also done.
Outreach programs are not for CEDev alone. The whole university is involved and takes CEDev's Vision of "progressive, self-reliant communities in harmony with God and creation" as her own.
At San Isidro Elementary School, Kalamboan Day Care Center, and La Paz Cortes, the following programs are on-going. Sectors of the university as indicated take primary roles in them.