The King's Voice was created to reach out to our Jeepney drivers who are trying to make it through the current Covid-19 Pandemic.
We will be extending as much help as we can to our Jeepney drivers around Metro Manila through this fundraiser and outside resources.
With the help also of certain groups such as Philippine Jeep Driver and Operator (PJDO) to accommodate their actual needs. Much research is ongoing to widen our target. Throughout this campaign journey, we will be providing updates.
Any amount will make a difference!
You may also donate through the following:
BPI PESO: 8439386089 | Jienell Lovely Coloma
BPI Dollar: 8434041601 | Jienell Lovely Coloma
BDO PESO: 7410069055 | Rizza Maureen T Oracion
Kindly send your name and the screenshot of your transfer if via bank to our email:
For questions and concerns, feel free to message us!
Jeepney drivers have not earned anything since coronavirus lockdowns were imposed on most of the country. - Rappler 06/02/2020
With still no clear timeline as to when they can resume operations amid the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic, the Philippines’ traditional jeepneys, dubbed “king of the road,” may no longer be plying major thoroughfares in Metro Manila. - Philippine Star 06/03/2020
Jeepneys have not been operating for more than two months since lockdown measures were implemented by the government in a bid to reduce the spread of the coronavirus disease. - InterAksyon 06/15/2020
Marable said Codex members were raring to go back to work because “they are already crying out of hunger. They want to go back to driving because they were piling up debts for three months.” - Inquirer.net 06/23/2020