The COVID 19 pandemic has brought out everyday heroes that showed how Filipinos still shine brightly even in the midst of a crisis as showcased by the Good Light Message of Hope collaborative project between Good News Pilipinas and the Liter of Light.
Legendary DJ John Robinson's "Sanctuary" will stage a series of Online Parties this July to benefit the online learning needs of the University of the Philippines Integrated School (UPIS) Batch 2025 students.
The Department of Science and Technology – Misamis Occidental (DOST X) took the initiative to donate milk and products from SETUP products for pregnant women in areas severely affected by the economic slowdown due to the COVID 19 pandemic.
Toyota Motor Philippines (TMP) has provided more Vios units for the mobility of health frontliners in Metro Manila and Laguna.
Cavite tahong vendor Marlon Tanael exercised an act of integrity and returned a bag he found containing a manager's cheque for Php15 million.
The Aboitiz Group is turning over 217 Automated Weather Stations (AWS) sites and over 250 weather technology assets to various government and non-government groups to boost the country's disaster resilience program.
An elderly couple living in a jeepney for 2 years were given a new home and livelihood by Angel Locsin's "Iba 'Yan!" program.
Covid-19 frontline workers are being honored in new Philippine stamps issued by the Philippine Postal Corporation (PHLPost).
Cavite’s Dr. Jun Samar is donating bicycles to workers who need transportation during the General Community Quarantine (GCQ) to stop the spread of COVID 19.
Ayala Malls has issued a nomination call for ordinary people doing extraordinary acts that exemplify kindness.
Manila's condominium residents have donated clothes to Caritas' Segunda Mana charity program to help the poor affected by the lockdown amid the COVID 19 pandemic.
Miss Universe 2018 Catriona Gray has raised 5 million pesos through the "No Work, No Rice" fundraiser to feed thousands of families in Tondo, Manila, affected by the economic slowdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic.