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Catriona Gray’s birthday fund drive for children’s surgeries reaches over Php300K

The 4th Filipina Miss Universe titleholder, Catriona Gray, has been campaigning to raise funds for Filipino children with cleft palate since her birthday on January 6 and the amount has jumped to more than 300,000 pesos.

GoodNewsPilipinas.Com Christmas Raffle: 10 x Globe P500 Load!

Maligayang Pasko Kabayan! Merry Christmas Kabayan! To say thank you for supporting GoodNewsPilipinas this year magpapa-raffle kami ng 10 pieces of Globe 500 Load! Simple...

Champion triathlete Romeo Puncia races for Filipino workers’ bike drive

Filipino champion triathlete Romeo "Oreo" Puncia celebrated his 34th birthday with a triathlon event for a cause to support frontline workers and commuters in the Philippines with bicycles as alternative means of transport amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Basketball star Chris Tiu is Science and Technology ambassador for Filipino youth

Chris Tiu has signed up as an ambassador to advocate love for science, technology, and innovation among Filipino youth. The United States International Film and...

Ogie Alcasid donates toy collection to Angel Locsin, Anne Curtis’ test kits fund drive

OPM president Ogie Alcasid has decided to donate most of his toy collectibles of 24 years to Angel Locsin and Anne Curtis’ Shop & Share campaign to raise funds for coronavirus mass testing in the Philippines.

Manila security guard Rene Abelita becomes teacher to street kids in lockdown

Manila security guard Rene Abelita became a teacher to street kids during the lockdown that closed schools to prevent the spread of coronavirus disease.

Palapa: A unique Maranao condiment takes center stage

Spicy and unique: that’s palapa. A staple in Maranao cuisine, it can be used as an appetizer or as a condiment in various dishes. It defines Maranao culture, and served as Jalilah Sapiin’s inspiration for her team’s project under BYLP-LeadCom.

Benilde’s Filipino sign language online lessons raise funds for deaf students, frontliners in lockdown

De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde (DLS-CSB) is offering Filipino Sign Language (FSL) Online Lessons for interested learners as part of its fundraising drive for deaf students and frontliners stranded in the lockdown to stop the spread of coronavirus disease.

Quezon City restaurants give free treats to healthcare workers on frontline of fight against...

Health workers, the workforce on the frontline of the fight against the now-pandemic coronavirus disease or COVID-19, are treated with freebies from restaurants in Quezon City in the Philippines.

GNP Yearender: Top 10 Positive Action Stories by Filipinos

GoodNewsPilipinas.com takes a look at 2018’s top stories of positive action by Filipinos in the Philippines that exemplify the Pinoys’ indomitable spirit and resourcefulness...
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Yolanda survivors empowered through bag-making

More than 3 years after Supertyphoon Yolanda hit Tacloban, the Taclob team continues to help rebuild lives of the survivors while manufacturing
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Megaworld’s ‘The Mactan Newtown’ cultivates own ‘Mango Festival’

Megaworld recently harvested almost 1,000 kilos of mangoes at The Mactan Newtown along the Megaworld Blvd where 200 mango trees were planted.
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UP, Ateneo, DLSU lead UniRank Top 200 Philippine universities

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