Saturday, December 7

Thankful for the Success of Project Hygiene Kits

I would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who supported the Project Hygiene Kit of Bloggers for Relief PH. The response we received from different individuals all over the world was overwhelming. We were not expecting to complete the 1000+ target hygiene kits in eight days. The most amazing part of all was we exceeded our target. This was made possible by all the bloggers who shared about our cause and by our generous friends who made their pledges for the Yolanda survivors. Without all of you, the Project Hygiene Kit would not be successful. Maraming salamat po!

@heyimalgene: "No matter what you have been through, you're still here.
You may have been challenged, hurt, betrayed, beaten and
discouraged, but nothing has defeated you.
You are still here! You have been delayed but not denied.
 You are not a victim. You are a victor. You have a history of victory." 

Latest update from Bloggers for Relief Facebook page:

"All 1115 hygiene kits plus other donated products were already turned over to Ateneo de Davao University for distribution to typhoon Yolanda survivors in the Visayas Area.

Once again, we couldn't THANK YOU enough for your generous support in this project. Thank you very much to those who shared their blessings, helped us spread the word and campaigned about this through their networks, tweeted, shared about us on Facebook and IG. Even that simple sharing/posting on your wall or retweet already helped a lot to us! Thank you very much! 

We would like to give special recognition to the INCREDIBLE VOLUNTEERS who assembled the hygiene kits and sacrificed their Saturdates, time and effort and sleep for our countrymen namely Kezia, Andrew, Atty. Swexie, Naprey, Jade, Algene, Mommy Floraine, Mike and Kulay, Madie, Judith, Michelle, Anna and her daughter Mikka, Kim and her daughter. I know you all guys have Saturday plans, but you all chose to spend your time with us. THANK YOU! 

Big thanks also to Dela Serna family for letting us use their house as assembly venue. Thank you very much!

It wasn't easy but we made it! At first, we thought it would not even be possible to gather such amount and products in a certain time frame but with all your help, it was actualized more than what we imagined. Thank you! Thank you! Thank you very much and may God bless you more and more! 

Wishing everyone a blessed and wonderful Christmas! :)"
@misslitratista: Hope these messages in our hygiene kits
will make our struggling countrymen smile.
Push lang mga kapatid! :))
#bloggersforreliefph #projecthygienekits


The Turn-Over


From Davao Bloggers Society President:
"Earlier this afternoon our community turned over 1,115 hygiene kits to Ateneo de Davao University for distribution to Typhoon Yolanda victims in Visayas. Your donations will go a long way!

Big thanks to the sponsors, donors and bloggers who have supported this endeavor. You have made this project a huge success. Special shoutout to the team behind Bloggers for Relief PH for volunteering your time and energy. We couldn't thank you all enough. May you all be blessed a thousandfold! THANK YOU. Merry Christmas to all!"

Again, to all who helped us, thank you so much. May God bless you all. We hope and pray that you will support our upcoming projects. Have a good day!

Read: Bloggers for Relief PH: Project Hygiene Kit

22 comments:

  1. The project hygiene kit was really a brilliant idea. Hats off to you and your team! :)

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  2. This is something that we could be proud of. Kudos to all of you and to Davao Bloggers Society for a job well done! :)

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  3. I'm sure these kits would make Yolanda survivors smile. They may have lost a lot but they would feel through this simple way that they are loved by their countrymen. God bless you and all the people who never get tired of helping. :)

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  4. congrats on your project! the hygiene kit is a big help to the victims..and the inspiring message included on each kit is brilliant! kudos to you and to your team

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  5. Great job! It's nice to see fellow bloggers reaching out to others.

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  6. Job well done Davao Bloggers Society! Surely victims of typhoon yolanda will be grateful with your project. This is really inspiring and will never be forgotten.

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  7. This is really inspiring from you guys in Davao Bloggers Society. Surely typhoon yolanda victims will be grateful with your initiative and kindness with this project!

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  8. This is really good initiative from you guys in Davao Blogging Society. Surely Typhoon Yolanda victims will be grateful with your project! Kudos to you all!

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  9. YES! answered prayer ako. So grateful for those who gave their share and for the people behind this great initiative.

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  10. Great job! AM sure many Filipinos get such a good relief from the packages you sent:)

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  11. Hygiene kit is one of the things I almost forgot when donating to the victims of the super typhoon. They do not only need food but also reminders to stay safe and clean in terms of health and sanitation.

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  12. i think this is a great to give away too.Many people give away food but forget that people need hygiene kits too

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  13. So proud of the group and kudos for that. Thanks for helping our brothers and sisters in Visayas. Hope all of our donations will properly disseminate to all concerns.

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  14. Congratulations for the huge success of this project! It's a nice idea aside from donating funds.

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  15. It is nice to see bloggers help out the Yolanda victims. I would love to help out too

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  16. I feel so proud for you! this is really a great campaign.. hopefully, this would continue for a long time! :)

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  17. That is great to hear! I am sure you have helped the Yolanda victims and they will be happy with what you have done! :D Great job! :D

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  18. Absolutely these kits can bring a precious smile to the Yolanda survivors. God Bless your and your team for this wonderful idea.

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  19. Great idea ang hygiene kits :) usually, the relief goods consist of food items...glad that you also sent the survivors these often neglected yet very useful items.

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  20. COngratulations, your donations and effort goes a long way. God bless you guys.

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  21. Wow! Congratulations to you and to the whole team of this project!!. Y'all have a great heart! :))

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  22. that's wonderful! thumbs up and more power...

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