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by Alain herrera
ayudamos a crear nuestro site para colectar fondos en nuestra fundacion
by David Pollock
YOU CAN HELP! I am raising money and will send it in a few days to help buy food, water, supplies and repairs to help Rovelyn's family and friends, as well as the convent that has been a big part of Rovy's life and families through their reach.
by Star Apple Foundation
Maasin City, Eastern Visayas, PH
Star apple Foundation supply dinner to malnourished children each day. We also monitor the children for weight/height etc. We have had 4 weighing scales over the past 3 years. All have either broken, or become inaccurate. Detecto scales are tested ...
by Melody Damayo
School really needs operational expenses every month to keep it open and to finish the Chapel. The students and staff desperately want Melody Damayo the fundraiser benefactor responsible for the 18 kids and staff to visit them. We ask kind ...
by Pascal Canning
82 HOUSES ALREADY COMPLETED - My name is Pascal Canning, formally from and, but now living in Maasin City, Southern Leyte. I have a small business (Caimito Beach Hotel), in Maasin. As we are some 150KM south of the track of Yolanda ...
by Aurhey Caunca
Bacolod, Western Visayas, PH
5-month old Markko Aundre Xebastian Severino born with Congenital Hydrocephalus secondary to Aqueductal Stenosis and Talipes Equinovarus. Currently confined for Ventriculitis, S/P VP-shunt removal and insertion of Ventriculostomy and S/P venous cutdown.
by Iris Aying Tepelmann
PLEASE CLICK THE LINK TO HELP. HAPPENING NOW! FOOD PURCHASED WITH MONEY RAISED HERE IS BEING DELIVERED TO ABOUT 750 FAMILIES. WE AREN’T STOPPING, SO PLEASE CONTINUE TO GIVE. TOGETHER WE CAN FEED ANOTHER 750 FAMILIES, MAYBE EVEN MORE. THANKS
by Carissa Codilla
Disaster can strike quickly, but relief can sometimes come at a slow pace. We've created an app to directly help the victims of typhoon Yolanda in Ormoc. Your donation will go to the most basic and crucial of needs: Water, Food, Blankets, ...
by Jenna Puterbaugh
Hi Everyone! I don't know if you all know but Ryan Flaherty is in the Philippines right now. On his last trip there he visited an orphanage in the city of Tacloban, and grew a love for the kids there. Tacloban was one of the cities hit the ...
by Chastine Guy-Uyco
My hometown, Leyte and the rest of Eastern Visayas, was severely devastated by Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan). More than a week after the biggest storm ever recorded made landfall in Region 8, people still need food, drinking water, and medicines. ...
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