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Bayanihan Foundation donates more books, builds library in Giporlos, Samar

Bayanihan Foundation donates more books, builds a library in Giporlos Central Elementary School as part of its commitment to long-term giving and sustainability Continue reading

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Bayanihan Foundation donates children’s books to Day Care Center

Bayanihan Foundation donates children’s books to day care center in Giporlos, Samar. A big thanks to the many books donors for their generous book donations. In 2019, the Bayanihan Foundation collected over 1,000 book titles and will be distributed to elementary schools and day care centers in Giporlos, Samar. Continue reading

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Computer Lab for the Hearing & Visually Impaired, Students with Special Learning Needs

You can donate to build a computer lab for 51 high school students who are hearing & visually Impaired and for those with special learning needs. Because learning and education is much needed especially those with special needs. Continue reading

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You Can Help Build A Computer Lab for the Hearing, Visually Impaired

You can donate and help build a computer lab for high school students with hearing and visually Impaired, the first of its kind in Tacloban City dedicated to learners with special needs. Because learning and education is much needed especially those with special needs. Continue reading

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Free Film Showing November 4 in LA: “Vapor Trail Clark” The Unfinished Business of Toxic Contamination Left Behind

Bayanihan Foundation co-sponsors free film screening on November 4, 2018, 12 PM in LA: “Vapor Trail Clark” about the unfinished business of toxic wastes left behind in Clark and Subic, former US bases in the Philippines Continue reading

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Will Dix, Juvenile Protective Association (JPA) Donate Over 2,400 Books for Library

Willard Dix, Juvenile Protective Association (JPA) donated over 2,400 children’s books to the Bayanihan Foundation’s ‘Balikbayan Box’ Book Drive. The books will be used to build two libraries in Giporlos, Samar and Iligan City. The generous book donation will hopefully motivate others to donate https://bit.ly/2MEdsu1 Continue reading

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FilAm Kids Kick Off ‘Balikbayan Box’ Book Drive Building Libraries in Philippines

Bayanihan Foundation launched NEXTGEN ‘Balikbayan Box’ Book Drive with plans to send 3,000 books to Samar and Iligan and build libraries there. Filipino American kids also put together mini-balikbayan boxes of book & supplies, hopefully spurring others to donate and help support education and long-term sustainability. Continue reading

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Involve Me and I Will Learn

“Tell me and I forget; teach me and I may remember; involve me and I will learn” Confucius Continue reading

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Giving Hope Goes Beyond Race

Sharon Charleston and Beyond Borders International demonstrates charitable giving goes beyond borders and race Continue reading

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Books, Education, and Collective Giving Essentials for Change

The Bayanihan Foundation showed the NEXTGEN Fellows and participants of the Kaluluwa Kolectivo the power of collective giving and of books and education; they are essentials for long-term sustainability and change. Continue reading

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