P100 to Spare for Typhoon Pedring Victims

Donate P100 To Typhoon Pedring victims

What can you buy with 100 bucks? A meal at your favorite fast food joint, several pieces of postcards for your hobby, an MRT prepaid card, several-days’ worth of mobile phone top ups, maybe? It might not amount to much + there are only too few things you can purchase with it but if you want your P100 to go the extra mile, why not donate it to the¬†victims of ¬†Typhoon Pedring in my province + other badly-affected areas here in Central Luzon {I posted about it here}?

Your P100 donation will go to fund the relief + disaster operations of the Philippine Red Cross. This is a simple way for you to give back to the society + help out those who are in need.

For more information on this deal + how you can help, check out this site.

Thousands upon thousands of people are living in evacuation centers, waiting for food + for help + with no capacity to earn a living for their loved ones + families. I know that they will appreciate your help + that they will thank you from the bottom of their hearts.

 

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let us help pangantucan central elementary school

Note: I have meant to post this sooner but it was left in my drafts when I was offline for a week during our transfer to our new place. Anyway, better late than never, right?

In September, an unfortunate thing happened to Pangantucan Central Elementary School in Bukidnon. A dear blogger friend, Joanne, posted about this tragedy on her blog. It was consumed by fire,+ with classrooms made of wood, the school was all charred + ashes after a few minutes, including all the lyres, drums + other band instruments used by the school band, which were placed in one of the classrooms for safekeeping.

In the light of this event, Joanne is knocking on our hearts to ask for whatever amount of money you can spare to help them buy new instruments for their band. No amount is too small as long as it comes from the heart.

You may send your donations via Paypal to charming_anne106(at)yahoo(dot)com.

In behalf of my friend, thank you for your kindness.

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