BPP spearheads “Paddle for Charity”; to help Kalinga’s typhoon-afflicted riverside communities
Makati City – Black Pencil project spearheads a charity white water rafting in Kalinga to help distribute relief goods to typhoon-afflicted communities (Typhoon Juan) along Chico River on October 30, 2010. In the poster communication issued, the volunteer organization appealed for relief goods donations from volunteers and donors.
Help for Kalinga – White Water Rafting Relief Ride
October 30, 2010, Pasil – Tabuk Confluence, Kalinga Province
Please bring canned goods, noodles, coffee, dried fish, and medicines for thetyphoon-afflicted riverside communities. Contribution is PhP 5,000.00 inclusive of bus tickets, rafting fee (Chico River Quest), food and lodging accommodations. Bus leaves on October 29, 8PM, Victory Liner Kamias. (25 slots available)
For more information: email email@example.com
call or sms 09177961378.
We’re originally booked to attend Diddiga Festival in Tabuk on the same date but with the recent calamity affecting majority of northern Luzon, we would like still to push and help (Kalinga) in whatever ways we can” said Edwin Karganilla, co-founder.
Diddiga Festival was post-poned indefinitely by Kalinga authorities to pave way to the much immediate relief operations. As of posting, the provincial government have yet to complete assessment as to what extent the Typhoon Juan have caused in the province.
Donations (cash and in-kind) maybe coursed through Black Pencil Project secretariat.
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