This Gising Gising online store sells fresh farm harvest to feed poor

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Gising Gising online store
“Our mission is to provide a concrete, convenient, and sustainable way to spark your innate spirit of bayanihan and #sharethegoods” – Gising Gising PH. Photo collage from Gising Gising PH’s FB.

“One box sold is one box shared” is the motto of Gising Gising PH, an online store wherein every purchased box of vegetables, they donate another box to poor families.

Gising Gising PH was founded in April 2020, during the time of enhanced community quarantine, which pushed the team to help out local farmers and poor communities affected.

The low-income families in Brgy. Calawis in Antipolo and Payatas in Quezon City are the partner communities of GG PH and directly benefit from the initiative of the team.

Gising Gising shared on FB that as of July 10, 2020, they were able to donate a total of 751 boxes including the goods they shared to Missionaries of Charity- Home of Love (Orphanage with 500 kids) and to several residents and Construction workers in Brgy. Sto. Nino, Cainta, Rizal.

Currently, the Benguet and Quezon farmers directly supply the demand of Gising Gising to be able to break off the long supply chain, as well as satisfy the goal of providing food to less fortunate.

The online store offers 4 kinds of pre-packed assorted vegetables each one curated to cater to different lifestyles and nutritional needs. Each box is prized from Php 650.00 up.

The Gising Gising Ph fresh produce charity boxes are called:

Gising Gising box – filled with a selection of veggies suited for common Filipino dishes – tomatoes, garlic, white onion, red onion, okra, monggo, eggplant, siling labuyo, siling panigang, carrots, leafy greens, potatoes, and sayote.

Gerilya box – for “low-carb diet” includes kamote, cauliflower, saging na saba, broccoli, assorted leafy greens, carrots, siling labuyo, and cabbage.

Agimat box – the “immune-boosting” box includes vitamin-enriched vegetables like ginger, turmeric, kamote, celery, broccoli, cauliflower, saging na saba, assorted leafy greens, and carrots.

Bahay kubo box – inspired by the Filipino song – includes eggplant, winged beans (sigarilyas), long beans (sitaw), sponge gourd (patola), bottle gourd (upo), squash (kalabasa), radishes (labanos), mustard leaves (mustasa), onions, tomatoes, garlic, and ginger.

Consumers can choose from two sizes:

  • 3-4 kg small box, good for 1-2 persons
  • 6-8 kg biggie box, good for 2-3 persons

Orders may be sent through the Gising Gising Ph website until Saturdays and expect the delivery on Sunday.

The online store can deliver to all cities in Metro Manila, as well as areas in Antipolo, Cainta, Taytay, and San Mateo.

Displaced jeepney drivers holding the shared goods on Father’s day. Photo from Gising Gising PH’s FB.

Different stories of coping with the “new normal” are bringing hope to our fellow kababayans affected by it.

Two UP food technology students created the Lukal health drink from ginger and calamansi to donate to hospital workers while allowing people to have their own bottle of the concentrated drink while sponsoring another bottle for frontliners.

Small and Medium-Scale Enterprises (SMEs) Greenlife and Manna have also partnered with the Department of Science and Technology (DOST) to help their businesses cope with the pandemic.

Over 100 Kitchen City cafeterias have innovated with Frozen Food Delivery to keep employees amid the pandemic.

SEND CHEERS in the comments below to Gising Gising PH for making healthy and fresh vegetables available to the public while helping farmers of Benguet and Quezon sell their fresh produce.

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