₱36,800Donated So Far
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A FUNDRAISING PROJECT:
HELP JEEPNEY DRIVERS AND THEIR FAMILIES
On the evening of March 16, Philippine President Duterte placed the entire Luzon region on enhanced community quarantine resulting to the shutdown of ALL kinds of mass transportation.
Currently, situation for jeepney drivers still hasn't changed which was also applied across the country for any province on quarantine.
This means they have had no income and are unable to feed their families. Some kicked out from their homes unable to pay rent and now living in their jeepneys.
My sister Cerina and I are currently coordinating with - EDIT - Jeepney terminals around Metro Manila.
In partnership with ISTA solutions we are raising funds to purchase relief goods for Jeepney Drivers and their Families
Any amount will help, you may also donate through bank transfer/GCASH-
BPI Family : Account Name: RICA STELLA ZARAGOZA
6196 325 458
BDO : Account Name: CERINA M ZARAGOZA
0113 6003 8343
GCASH 0995 987 7640 RICA STELLA ZARAGOZA
Kindly send your name and the screenshot of the transaction receipt if via bank to our Whatsapp/Viber number +63 995 987 76 40 or email [email protected]
If you have any questions feel free to message us on the details above!
*Thanks to Stu for letting me use his photo for this campaign : https://www.instagram.com/stu.foren/
*Some PH News Links - stories that caused us to create this drive:
6/28 UpdateUpdate posted by Rica Stella Zaragoza at 03:45 am
A big thank you to everyone who has supported us on this drive! As of today, June 28 we have a total of P93,235. Gogetfunding was P36,800 (less the site charge) and offline amount raised at P56,435. Raised in less than 2 weeks!Receipts, purchases will be posted in instagram highlights
6/21 UpdateUpdate posted by Rica Stella Zaragoza at 06:09 am
This is one of the jeepney terminals we are soliciting donations for. A total of 206 drivers with 54 of those have made the terminal their home. Until now, there's still no advise from the PH government when they'd be allowed on the road. No trips = no income.To those. . . . .