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Tag: Yolanda Relief
Learn more about 6200: The Mission Impossible Project and how you can help.
Months after Yolanda, the damage remains, and the people of Leyte still needs our help. With that in mind, Congresswoman Lucy Torres-Gomez, together with her husband, Richard Gomez, launched 6200: The Mission Impossible Project, a campaign that aims to elevate relief efforts by
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
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
There is a big need for relief goods for the victims of Typhoon Yolanda. Here, we list down the things needed the most.
Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan) has got to be the strongest storm that has hit our country leaving a lot of people with no homes and food to eat. In light of this, there are so many people helping out by donating relief goods