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Tinapay Pang-agapay sa Albay is a program of Ambag sa Komunidad where you can donate P300 or $7 to feed one family badly affected by the two powerful typhoons Rolly and Eulysses.
Ambag sa Komunidad will be sending food that will help nourish the people affected by the typhoon in Albay and Catanduanes. We will be sending the first batch on November 16 and will continue on sending help as farming, the main livelihood in the area, is greatly affected since rice and other crops are wet or destroyed.
Typhoon Rolly, the world's most powerful storm that struck the Philippines last November 2, brought about so much damage to Albay and Camarines Sur in the Bicol Region. The destruction to the infrastructures, houses and agriculture left 61,000 families in evacuation centers.
Still reeling from the devastation Typhoon Rolly caused, the Bicol Region is once again battered by a powerful Tropical Depression called Typhoon Ulysses along with other regions in the Philippines.
Help us reach our goal to raise P100,000 ($2,000) so that Ambag sa Komunidad, a program by Sisidlan Institute can continue its mission in providing food, clothes, drinking water, soap and other needs to the many families who are suffering from hunger and lost of their homes in the areas ravaged and will be ravaged by the typhoons.
Ambag sa Komunidad is a group of parents and teachers who are part of Sisidlan Institute, a Steiner-Waldorf school initiative in Quezon City, Philippines, so that we can provide an education that nurtures the child's whole development - head, heart, and hands - for children from financially-challenged families.
When the entire country was placed in lockdown in March, we couldn't turn our backs to the many families who were suffering from hunger when they were removed the dignity of bringing home an income no matter how meager, which sustained their day to day needs. Out of this desire to help, our food program, Ambag sa Komunidad, was born. Through the help of many donors, we delivered food packs composed of fresh vegetables and rice in plant-based bags to more than 2,000 families from April-May. We are committed to continuing the program, this time to provide food for families greatly affected by Typhoon Rolly and Typhoon Ulysses. We need you help!
Our goal is to raise an initial amount of P100,000 ($2,000) so that we purchase food, soap, water and send it to for distribution in Albay.
Moving together as one community resulting in a collective action that helps more and achieve more, we would like to ask for your help. We believe that there a lot of people in this world who are willing and would like to do more. We know that many will come to our aid despite their own personal circumstances and from the bottom of our hearts, we thank you.#TyphoonUlysses
Here is a short video of the previous feeding programs of Ambag sa Komunidad which started in March, in response to the immediate need for food due to the COVID pandemic.
Finally reached the beautiful island of CatanduanesUpdate posted by Gita Gaddi at 08:24 pm
Catanduanes, being an island, more than 10 hours by land travel and a boat ride from Metro Manila, currently with multiple checkpoints, inaccessible roads and public transportation, it was really an undertaking to send goods. I cannot stop thanking everyone for the support! All non-food items like clothes, shoes, face
Food sharing and creating job opportunities for localsUpdate posted by Gita Gaddi at 07:59 pm
The food sharing last November 21, Brgy. Pawa, Tabaco City in Albay, which benefited 80 families was a special one.Instead of just buying peanut butter from the supermarket, we purchased it from a local producer, therefore providing livelihood for the struggling community. Let's buy from small local sellers!Thank you very
Food is still the top priority as livelihood were greatly affectedUpdate posted by Gita Gaddi at 08:32 am
Tinapay Pang-agapay sa Albay initially was meant to bring support by providing bread and peanut butter to families affected by the typhoon. Food is still the top priority in the communities. 90% of the crops were damaged which greatly affected their livelihood. Vegetables also became more expensive since most comes. . . . .
Clothes, soap, face masks, face shieldsUpdate posted by Gita Gaddi at 04:06 am
Received 200 faceshields and face masks, clothes, detergent soap, mineral water, body soap and cash for Albay and Catanduanes.Thank you very much for all your kind donations! For those who still wish to help, Ambag sa Komunidad is still accepting donations.