Gave Donation to Haiyan Victims

Posted: December 9, 2013 in passion, Q and A
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Question of the Day: What is your most recent act of generosity?

I believe almost everyone knows of or has heard of typhoon Haiyan and the havoc it wrecked on some parts of the Philippines.  And I also posted about it here a couple of times.

However, I will once again post some photos as tribute to the survivors and victims of one of the strongest typhoons that ever hit the planet.  To remind us to always be grateful for what we have and to admire the indomitable spirit of Filipinos.  To inform as much as I can the extent of the damage and the subsequent rebuilding that needs to be done.

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Photos courtesy of Google Images.

Due to the devastation that this typhoon did to some provinces in the Visayas, our fellowmen need a lot of help.  Not just to rebuild their homes but their entire communities.  Roads and infrastructures.  Schools and hospitals.  Livelihoods.  

But, most important of all, our fellowmen need to rebuild their own sense of purpose and hope.

Every single peso helps.  Every single centavo goes a long way to letting them feel that they are not alone.

And I, like every one with a sense of social responsibility, tried helped in my own way.  Not just by donating whatever I can but in trying to raise awareness to what happened.

Moreover, I would like to use this opportunity to thanks everyone who has already extended their help through cash, relief goods, services, and prayers.  Every Filipino, whether a survivor of the typhoon or not, is indebted to everyone who helped.

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Comments
  1. Teresa Blay says:

    I agree. Anything helps.

  2. Thank you for all your efforts.

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