Solar messaging champions have lit Good Light Messages of Hope to inspire the world during the lockdown in the time of COVID 19.
These local everyday heroes have also risen to the occasion to help those in need amidst a global pandemic by lighting the way for others with Good Light Messages of Hope, a collaboration between Good News Pilipinas and the Liter of Light.
Good Light Message of Hope is a social campaign that uses solar lamps to form encouraging words from the everyday heroes into solar messages of hope. The project encourages people to stay hopeful while fighting the virus and its impact.
The Liter of Light aims to provide an ecologically and economically sustainable source of light to underprivileged communities around the world. Filipino innovator Illac Diaz of the Liter of Light, explains that he wanted to inspire people to donate to COVID-19 efforts through solar messaging.
The Good News Pilipinas and the Liter of Light team arranged to illuminate the collected messages at night time. And what better way to light that darkness with than with positive messages of hope!
Here is the second batch of Good Light Message of Hope heroes:
Sofia Tagle & Meghan Sevilla, UP students
University of the Philippines students Sofia Tagle and Meghan Sevilla shared with us their Good Light Message of Hope as they developed the health drink Lukal PH from kalamansi and luya to help boost the immune system of our frontliners.
Jamy Ong, Civil Engineer
Civil Engineer Jamy Ong of Tanza, Cavite, took positive action instead of waiting for the community quarantine to be over and has been assisting frontliners and poor families affected by the COVID-19 lockdown using her personal funds and donations she gathered.
Silvana Diaz, Solar messaging team
Silvana Diaz, the mother of Liter of Light Founder Illac Diaz, shared her blessings by donating for the PPEs of the medical frontliners stationed at the Philippine General Hospital. She is also one of the happy helpers lighting up the solar messages.
Lea Ruiz, Software Engineer
Software Engineer Lea Ruiz gives cash donations regularly to several organizations, including NCOV frontliners, Spring Rain Global; Feeding The Poor, McDonald’s Kitchen, and Good Neighbors Philippines.
Ryan Ang, Filipino-American basketball trainer
Ryan Ang, the teen basketball trainer, is not just giving basketball lessons online but also raising funds for COVID-19 medical frontliners through his Gatorade Bottle Challenge.
Summer and Sisley Sanares, sisters
Summer and Sisley Sanares shared their blessings by donating for food packs to Caritas international.
Ryan Cayabyab, National Artist for Music
Maestro Ryan Cayabyab organized OPM artists to inspire the Filipino people with music concerts performed for free during the lockdown while gathering funds to help frontliners and displaced families.
Bike Scouts Philippines, frontline workers
The volunteer organization of bicycle messengers that was first formed as a response to the devastation of Typhoon Yolanda in the Philippines again inspire Filipino riders and those who serve as COVID-19 frontliners.
Cita Quadra, church worker
Cita Quadra shared her blessings to Caritas Manila, a non-profit organization currently aiding our poor kababayans affected by the community quarantine and our frontliners in their fight against COVID-19.
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Homer Balibay, writer
Homer Balibay spent his birthday by sponsoring UP Diliman’s Lukal PH Health Drinks for our frontliners.
Jen Padernal and Tropang Okey Society
Prof. Jen Padernal and Tropang Okey Society organized a relief drive for the poor families of Brgy. Tambo Kulit in Indang, Cavite.
Kathryn Salvan, university professor
Kathryn Salvan shared her blessings by helping some of the daily wage earners in Dasmarinas City, Cavite affected by the on-going enhanced community quarantine.
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