Published on YOUTUBE  Nov 19, 2013

MANILA, Philippines – There’s more than one way to help victims of Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan) in the Philippines. This “group of average guys trying to help out” stood at the streets of San Francisco, California, for an hour, collecting hugs for the victims. They donated $5 to the Philippine Red Cross for every hug they got. In addition to 62 hugs, equivalent to $310 in donations, the group also received an additional $25 from people hugging them. Their total donation at the end of their video: $335. In documenting the effort, they said they wanted to spread awareness about the typhoon and the plight of affected Filipinos.
Donate to the Philippines Typhoon Relief:

taken from Ronnie Arricivita’s youtube page.


Here’s another one –

Video taken from Mikey Bustos Youtube upload.


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