Recently, we at the Preda Foundation have opened a new home for troubled boys in Liloan, a few kilometres outside Metro Cebu. This was possible with the help of our supporters.
Category: Donation appeals
The life of HIV/AIDS patient Rosa Aguirre (not her real name) of Cebu was supposed to have been extended because of the quick-acting members of the board of Kings Langley Lions Club.
In the Makati district of Manila in the Philippines, there’s a large sign outside the front of an otherwise unassuming house stating “free reading to the public”. Over the last fifteen years, Ernando ‘Nanie’ Guanlao has transformed his home into a library, open to anyone and everyone.
A.S.K. Council of Australia is an affiliate of A.S.K. Foundation Inc. of the Philippines and its fund raising arm in Sydney.
From the rubbles of the earthquake that shook Bohol on October 2013, rise the Loboc Children’s Choir to sing of faith, goodwill and hope. The Choir will be touring New Zealand (June 10-20) and Australia – Melbourne (June 21-28); Canberra (June 29-30); and Sydney (July 3 and 4).
SEVEN Rotarians from the Sydney suburb of Carlingford in Australia took part recently in the blessing and launching of 92 fishing boats in Carles, Iloilo on the island of Panay in the Philippines.
HONG KONG—In the lead up to the first anniversary of typhoon Yolanda’s destruction of the Visayas islands, a Filipino donor group in Hong Kong had to learn the hard way how ‘in-kind’ donations from abroad may be best sent back home.
Chifley MP Ed Husic has welcomed the announcement of $30 million in Federal aid to The Philippines in the wake of typhoon Haiyan.
A problem of distribution not supply by Bernie Lopez It is commendable that UN’s humanitarian chief Valerie Amos admitted that the rescue and relief speed is too slow. The tendency of Filipino government officials interviewed by CNN and other international media is to paint a pretty picture and not focus on the problems. CNN’s Amanpour […]
In the wake of the vast, heart-wrenching devastation caused by super typhoon Yolanda in Leyte and Samar, the Philippine Australian Medical Association (PAMA) heeded the call for help and donations.
The fund-raising event happened two years ago but todate, no help has reached the intended beneficiaries. Where is the money?
“In Australia, $15 does not mean much. It can buy a nice takeaway meal for one person but in Thailand, Cambodia or the Philippines, the amount can stretch a long way,” wrote Regina Benisano during one of her sorties doing charity work.