Himakas-Binuligay-Uswag (HBU) Association Inc. (21 Jun 2011 03:00 GMT)
We will be implementing one project which is called “Buy and sell of junk items: the net profit to be earned in support of buying school materials for Grade VI pupils in public schools in Cabatuan, Iloilo, Philippines.”
If this may be in line with your project activities and mission, we would be very glad to have a bit of your support, or some endorsements to your networks and contacts in lieu of any funding support we can request from your organization acknowledging also that you may be sourcing out funds similarly being an operating NGO.
The rationale behind our planned project activity:
Used soda plastic bottles, tin cans, iron rods, aluminum & other usable items are scattering around.
Poor pupils in a number of public schools in Cabatuan, Iloilo, Philippines can't have complete school materials like notebook, paper, pen, pencil, crayons, bags and other school supplies needed for schooling.
The pupils & primarily their parents leading them, will engage in the collection of used items for recycling; or buy those items from community households and sell them at a higher price to trading shops.
A US$100 operating fund will be enough to support each Grade/Class in one public school to carry-out this project with the teacher-in-charged facilitating, pupils' parents directly involved.
Net profit gained from this activity will be used in buying school materials, if some excess in buying food, during the school year.
Funds raised in tranches of US$100 will support one Grade/Class in one public school; more will be served subject to funding availability.
Your financial support in any amount could be easily coursed through at our fundraising community at this link http://www.ammado.com/community/121460
Thanking you in advance.
HBU Inc.’s Team
Himakas-Binuligay-Uswag (HBU) Association Inc. (08 Jun 2011 09:51 GMT)
thanks for the add, appreciate it.
we are running a grassroots NGO in a province in the philippines. really dedicated school faculty and cooperative poor pupils and their parents, yet we are struggling with the fundraising especially from locally given the poor context in the community. a really good feeding program with component of gardening, waste recycling and other sustainability components like entrepreneurial activities and if successful could be rolled-out to other public schools and poor communities.
we have started a 4-month program and wanting to continue, so please any kind of support you can give like help in the fundraising and connecting us with other NGO's we would be grateful.
and your technical advise and help will be much appreciated, for the benefit of our grassroots, community organisation where real social activities actually take place with the communities.
thanks and top regards,
HBU Inc.'s president
American Chamber Foundation of the Philippines (02 Oct 2009 21:56 GMT)
The American Chamber Foundation of the Philippines is appealing for donations for the victims of the recent flood. As part of our disaster response programs, we help communities affected by disaster through working with current Amcham members and partner NGOs. We are preparing relief operations and will be working in coordination with CNDR to deliver relief goods to the flood victims.