Category Archives: Typhoon Haiyan

Like Heaven On Earth


Hundreds of farmers and their families in Basey, Samar work together in an organic farmers cooperative. They work together to create a self-sustaining community and carve their own little heaven on earth. Continue reading

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Foundation Replaces Sacred Imagery of Historic Church


Foundation Helped Replace Broken Stained Glass Windows of Historic Church. The foundation’s support exemplifies the successful support of diaspora philanthropy and faith based efforts. Continue reading

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Youth in Cebu Learn about Permaculture, Sustainable Recovery and Development


Youth participants in Cebu, Philippines Learn about Permaculture, Sustainable Recovery and Development with Bayanihan Foundation board member James Castillo http://wp.me/pDnD0-zB Continue reading

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My Personal Experience Visiting the Philippines After Typhoon Haiyan


Arman Mulleem of Worldwide Filipino Alliance (WFA) shares his personal experience and first hand account visiting the Philippines After Typhoon Haiyan, the strongest typhoon ever to hit landfall in history Continue reading

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“Stay With the Philippines” – Recovery Efforts after Typhoon Haiyan


Thank you to all those who donated to the Bayanihan Foundation and have sent their financial support to the victims of super typhoon Haiyan. Without assistance from the Bayanihan Foundation and other NGOs, many families would have not survived. Now more than ever we need you to continue to stay with the Philippines and be engaged. Continue reading

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Spread the Love


Three months after Typhoon Haiyan devastated areas of the Philippines, the communities living in the disaster zone still face daily challenges and are struggling to make their way back to normalcy. As Valentine’s Day approaches, please let’s express our love … Continue reading

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Remembering Mahatma Gandhi


“The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.”

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