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Help send children to school by simply purchasing Eskwela Haiyan's canvas tote.
Three months after Super Typhoon Yolanda wreaked havoc in the Philippines, badly affected provinces like Leyte and Samar are still struggling to recover from the devastation. Many are still homeless; food, water, and electricity are still a problem; several remain jobless and
Aranaz launches a new line to benefit the Samar weavers who were affected by Typhoon Yolanda.
It’s heart-warming to know that there are still a lot of private citizens and companies who haven’t stopped taking the extra mile to help the victims of Super Typhoon Yolanda pick up the pieces, and slowly rebuild their lives. Home-grown brand, Aranaz,
The retail brand launches a social service campaign for Super Typhoon Yolanda victims.
There is no such thing as donor fatigue for retail brand Plains & Prints. Almost a month after the strongest typhoon ever recorded to hit the Philippines, there are still countless donations and ongoing relief efforts, to help rebuild the Yolanda-stricken communities, actively
Alicia Keys Goes To Villamor Air Base to Visit the Typhoon Yolanda Evacuees
A few hours before her big concert today at the SM Mall of Asia Arena, GMA News tweeted that Alicia Keys passed by the Villamor Air Base to visit the victims of the Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda). Aside from her amazing talent, the singer is also
The Beckhams Donate Clothes for the Benefit of Haiyan Victims
After a very successful Aid Couture spearheaded by the Philippine Red Cross, the British Red Cross is hosting a similar event called Shop Drop. Aside from monetary donations for the victims of Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda), the organization is asking to give not
We're having an of-the-moment infatuation with the print that looks good on everyone.
Eleven days after the worst typhoon hit the planet, we are proud to say that Filipinos are standing strong. A whole lot of work still needs to be done and it may take months or even years to fully recover from the
Just when you thought you've done everything you can to help, think again. There is always room for more.
Whether you’re watching the news, updating yourself through social media, or reading the papers, you would know that this calamity is a lot worse than anyone expected. We applaud you if you have already donated but given the circumstances and the current
Naomi Campbell sells photos for Yolanda Relief
Naomi Campbell has always been one to be active and passionate about helping those in need. Back in 2005, she spearheaded Fashion for Relief which has been raising funds for victims of natural disasters such as Hurricane Katrina and the Haiti earthquake.
Go guilt-free shopping for a cause with the Philippine Red Cross.
In the wake of Typhoon Yolanda's devastating aftermath, we feel each of us―one way or another―has a role to play in helping our affected brothers and sisters overcome such life-altering adversity. Here's just one out of a hundred ways you can help.