For Yolanda Victims



Helping is not about how much wealth you can give but the concern, love, and prayers that we can share with them. There are different relief operations everywhere we go. Everyone’s asking for donations for Yolanda / Haiyan Typhoon victims. Food (canned goods, noodles, etc.) , water, medicines, clothes, and cash donations were just some of the things needed. Aside from donating those things, my friends and I decided to be part of the “repacking team” in our beloved school, Polytechnic University of the Philippines (PUP) – Main (Sta. Mesa). We, PUPians, are the so-called “iskolar ng bayan”. We may not be rich like other people but it doesn’t stop us to help also the victims of Yolanda.

I don’t wanna brag about this little help but what I’m trying to say is that, no matter how big or small our ways to help, as long as we’re hand-in-hand, we…

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