Photo by George Chinsee
Embroidered polyester top from Whitney Eve and Kensie’s polyester skirt. Monet necklace; Lori Leigh Designs bag; Sugar shoes.
TOO ALL THOSE WHO WANT TO GO VOLUNTEER & HELP THOSE EFFECTED IN THE PHILIPPINES!
AirAsia Zest is giving free seats to volunteers from Nov. 11 - 24, 2013.
The campaign titled “To Philippines With Love”, started on Tuesday and AirAsia Zest is currently accepting accredited NGO’s (non-goverment organizations) and volunteers who want to help victims and areas effected by Super Typhoon Yolanda/Haiyan who will also be provided with free flights.
According to officials from AirAsia Zest, “AirAsia Zest is freeing up cargo space on its domestic and international flights for delivery of relief goods. For those who are keen to help, including non-governmental organizations (NGOs), civic groups, aid and humanitarian agencies as well as members of the public, please send in your requests to email@example.com.”
For those who are interested in volunteering here are ways you can get more information and who to contact.
AirAsia Zest Website: http://www.airasia.com/ph/
For more information call: +632-851-1801 or +632-851-1803.
You may contact Cecille Flores, HR Department of AirAsia Zest via her email firstname.lastname@example.org or call the numbers above and ask for her.
Or you may personally go to AirAsia Zest Office in Domestic Road, Andrews Avenue, Pasay City.
For more ways to help and donate, and updates on Super Typhoon Yolanda/Haiyan and the effected areas and victims, all posts will be tagged with #typhoon haiyan, & #typhoon yolanda.
For those who want to donate to grassroots organizations where they actually directly work on the ground with victims who are effected and not organizations like the Red Cross where donations aren’t specifically for the purpose you are donating to, see and read my post here, on donating to NAFCON (National Alliance of Filipin@ Concerns) which is a non-profit organization who work closely with our Filipin@ communities here in the states, abroad, and back home in the Philippines eespecially to the poorest and most vulnerable communities.
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Photo by Amy Graves