Welcome to our first project report from the Philippines, and boy do we have a lot of exciting news!
We’re looking forward to an exciting summer full of youth activities. The local youth group we’ll be working with has plans to hold environmental activities, art workshops for younger kids, and provide psycho social support for other youths who have been affected by floods.
They’re also keen to work with our volunteers to learn some English – and and in return they'll teach us some Tagalog (Filipino)!
From sports to music, these kids have energy and talent in spades. What they need is the support of donors like you so that we can fund work that will help them grow into tomorrow's leaders. Tomorrow, March 13th, GlobalGiving will top up your donations by 30%, and that means that tomorrow is a great day to give and support youth activism in disaster prone communities.
If you can’t afford to give yourself, you can still get our work in the Philippines off to a great start by sharing this link tomorrow and asking your friends and family to get involved in support of these inspiring young people.
Thanks so much for your support, and our warmest regards from the Philippines!
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