Tag: donation drive
Here is a list of Super Typhoon Karding (International name: Noru) community relief drives where you can send help to those severely affected by the tropical cyclone which made landfall and caused life and property damages, flooding, and landslides in the Philippines on Sunday, September 25, 2022.
Grade school student Aiden Paulo Brutas of Malabon City in Metro Manila offered his unused school supplies to needy schoolmates just before the Philippine education sector went back to school early this week.
A teacher and certified public accountant from Lipa City, Batangas, went above and beyond the call of his profession to raise funds for needy students' school fees and expenses.
Filipino artists are offering their skills to draw free digital portraits of anyone who will donate to typhoon Ulysses donation drives.
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.
Palawan's Ink2Link is donating printing materials for the learning modules of disadvantaged students in the province to help them cope with the new normal of schooling in this time of the COVID-19 pandemic.
A jeepney art fund drive is assisting displaced jeepney drivers who ply the routes of the University of the Philippines Diliman (UP Diliman) amid the modified enhanced community quarantine (MECQ) that has again halted the operation of public transportation.
Overseas Filipino nurse Aldrin Licayan is sponsoring tablet computers for Pinoy kids who need gadgets to continue schooling.
A Bayanihan Project is feeding farmers who feed the nation with their fresh produce but are now themselves going hungry due to the lockdown that closed markets to stop the spread of COVID 19.
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.
University of Santo Tomas (UST) students have launched the Streets to Schools donation drive for gadgets to help school children with the distance learning mode that is being implemented in the new academic year.
The combined efforts of the Jesuits of the Philippine Province and De La Salle Brothers have raised more than 10 million pesos to feed homeless individuals and urban poor families in Metro Manila affected by the community quarantine.
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