This is fundraising to help the victims in the affected areas in Batangas. My heart is breaking for my fellow countrymen as they are currently experiencing a major catastrophe event. The Taal volcano spewed ashes and the impending doom is just a matter of hours.
As I was watching the news, I see people at the evacuation centers with nothing. Most of them just grabbed their kids and run to escape. They are crying and scared as the hazardous explosive eruption is imminent.
The collected funds will be for the following:
-mattresses for the evacuation centers
-and other necessary things that the evacuees needed for a period of time.
The volcanic activity will continue for days or even months as per PHIVOLCS.
Also, I will be teaming up with my brother (Victor), who is the president of their Rotaract Club. They will conduct donation drives as well to help the victims in the affected areas. I will appreciate all that you will give, big or small. So, let us all make a change!
Please click here to donate. Thank you.
God bless you!
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