After a disaster strike, rescue efforts will end after few months.To the victims of Typhoon Haiyan, the people will still have no home to stay. Any government program to restore their home will take at least 1 year (or more) to happen so they will either be at temporary shelter or left to stay at their own land with almost no shelter just to prevent informal settlers from moving in. Either way, they will be left with unmet needs. This is where you come in. What you can do — Be part of something great – spread the word or buy a shirt. A small step but together it creates big impact!
One hundred percent (100%) of the proceeds for this campaign will go towards helping Typhoon Haiyan Disaster Victims beyond rescue efforts by means of providing more food, more shipment of donated items, tools to restore their home and bath products until June 2014.
Those who wish to join the giving event in the Philippines can sign up by sending email with your contact information to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The campaign will launch every 30 days until June 2014 so that every 30 days, help is released to the people.
Go to campaign site https://www.booster.com/cgfworld
Often times you hear people asking for help to disaster victims but most of the time it leaves donors wondering if the goods actually reached the people. Many of those who are seeking for donations have several layers before it get to the people. Stop the bad experience. Send donations to those who give the goods directly to the people. See below for options.
- To send goods directly at low risk to Volunteers, consider sending it directly to DSWD a government office who can receive goods. They will add your donated goods to those that are being distributed by them. They put items in plastic bags and then give it out to the people directly. Delivery receipt is your only receipt.For Bohol and Cebu area send to the address below. This is the closest location to the major disaster.
Department of Social Welfare and Development Office (DSWD) Region 7
General Maxilom, Cebu City Philippines
Send c/o Regional Director Mercedita Jabagat
To call DSWD Office of Secretary call +632-9318068
- For Manila and other Luzon area, you can send directly to our Manila office. Board Members and long time Volunteers are going to give them out as received. Photos and receipt are provided to all donors as part of reporting so make sure to give us your email and contact information.Cullinan Group Foundation (CGF)
1377 A. Mabini Street Ste 102B and 500
Ermita Manila 1000 Philippines
Attention: Arlene Tenefrancia cell or Abrahan Aquino or Lormen Antipolo
Contact Founder Assistant at +63-919-533-4189 (Philippines contact)
Contact Founder Maria Diaz at +1702-421-7866 direct (USA Contact)
Send Email: email@example.comNote about Cullinan Group Foundation (CGF)
Note about Cullinan Group Foundation (CGF)
- CGF does not solicit in person, does not call anyone’s home/business. Everyone at the foundation including its Board Members are Volunteers who also donate to the cause.
- In-kind donation pick up accepted in Stockton California areas only for now. Shipped weekly by Ocean to Manila office who distribute goods as soon as received.
- Financial donations can be deposited directly to the bank for instant receipt and to make sure your donation is legit. Bank of America Acct # 501010376773 Cullinan Group Foundation (USA) TIN 30-049-6167. Financial donations are used to purchase food for the people. Each item is packed by long time loyal Volunteers and Board Members and distribution is as received.
- Go to our website – http://www.culllinangroupfoundation.org
- Want to distribute goods yourself?
Work with DSWD office, Barangay, or other registered Nonprofit agencies. Whatever you do, however many you are – do not go alone. Individuals who wish to distribute goods on their own must practice caution specially in areas where massive disaster has stricken. If not protected, you may find yourself hurt and in the middle of stampede. Always donate wisely by working with legitimate foundations who knows what they are doing. You can always stand alongside with them so you can see where the goods goes.
- Not satisfied with the above list? You can check out other registered foundations at http://www.dswd.gov.ph/
Rice, Powdered Milk, Canned Goods, Cereal, Crackers, Juice, Soda, Bottled Water, Water Filters, Snack Bars, Instant Soup, Oatmeal, Jams and Jellies, Jerky, other food that does not spoil easily.
- NON FOOD
Bath Soap, Shampoo, Toothpaste, Toothbrush, Hand Wash, Clothes, Shoes, Mylar Blankets, Tents, Jackets, Rain Gear.
for Lepto Spyrosis, Fever, Stomach Flu. Must send this directly to DSWD listed above for Doctor distribution. All medicines (including over the counter medicines) must be distributed by Doctors only to avoid worsening the situation of the sick.
We are going to send some help to the Cebu/Bohol Philippines earthquake victims. Details on where distribution will happen will be posted once the ocean shipment arrives.
The last batch of donated items received for the month of July has been completed today. Magazines showing photos of each giving will be distributed to donors by end of August. Most of the photos for this giving will not be published for privacy reason to ensure disadvantaged people remain safe from discrimination as they are all seeking for employment. Below are some of the photos we can share with you.
With CGF Representatives: Staffs from Central United Methodist Church , Pastor Kien Srey (2nd from Left) Volunteers and Missionaries from Cambodia (Joseph Chhleav Chan – wearing all black, middle and his wife – 4th one from right).
Billy who coordinated our event is not on the photo but thank you, Billy for the cool spot under the tree and for the yummy lunch and drinks!
The Church is having birthday potluck same time we are there so people had the chance to
eat then grab donations after.
Brenda our Volunteer organized the goods while patiently listing who received
which donation because not all of them can write.
Community Ambassador Reynaldo Ramos with Volunteers Brenda, Andrew, Sokevin who all speaks
Cambodian. Thank you for helping us today and for making sure people understood everything.
We would not have been able to communicate with them if it was not for all of you so THANK YOU VERY MUCH!
CGF reps are going to a homeless shelter of people with illness today to give out donated goods from Regis Salons.
We believe that giving does not always have to mean exposing people who are disadvantaged just to be recognized of doing good deeds. Therefore, no photos will be posted for public viewing to protect privacy of the people but we will have something to present to donor as part of reporting.
Two more giving will take place this month to complete distribution of all goods received. Thank you for following us and for taking the time to read this post.
Today we found out some of you are unable to wait for the products and have already been stopping by the Center. Please wait for Tuesday August 6th. It is on a first-come-first-served basis starting at 5:00pm but no worries, the donors have been super generous so there’s plenty for everyone.
WHERE TO FIND US AT THE CENTER – go to the left side of the building (before the main entrance) where they have the head-shaped fountains.
- Go to the window to ask for products.
- Our Volunteer Stylists will be mingling with the crowd to give some hairstyle tips.
- Ice Cream is served the entire time to keep you cool and there will be chairs for you to sit in case the line is long.
Date: Tuesday August 6, 2013
Time: 5:00pm pst
Location: Stribley Community Center
Address: 1760 East Sonora Street. Stockton, CA 95205
Phone: (209) 937-7351
There’s plenty of other activity going with the Police Department and there’s large Sports event happening that day so there’s definitely more for you to do when you get there!
All products are generously donated by 6 different Regis Salon in California.
Regis Salon Store # 2694, 9541, 9834, 90304, 90396, 6547
view photos of what items are being given out
Product will be given out to Urban Poor community member and financially challenged to help them look good even during challenging times. Additional donated items are used clothing and toys.
Since we received a lot of products, some of the goods will be distributed next week to other locations direct to urban poor of Stockton.
Having trouble viewing photos of donated goods? go to https://cullinangroupfoundation.shutterfly.com/pictures
As part of CGF’s role as a resource center, the magazine was published to allow grantors to be able to have legitimate source of data when considering funding they are passionate about. Since we still have plenty of nonprofits awaiting further assistance, we will not be publishing any new editions until most of them are funded by grantors. Publishing these magazines do take some effort, time and money which we are currently short of so we will focus on important matters that are in need of attention now so we can begin to see some of the projects become available to the community.