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Vitamin Giving

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CGF representatives has delivered the first set of Vitamin to storm-stricken area this weekend in Batangas Philippines where many lost their homes. The area did not receive enough supply so our foundation came in to fill the rest of their needs.

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Thank you to all these Volunteers and Board Members Lormen and Abe (the 2 middle person in blue shirts) who help make things possible! They we’re all patient in travelling far to get to the people. Without them, this event would not have been successful! Thank you for your Kind Hearts. May all your efforts be returned with granted wishes from the heart!

Note:

  • Only few photos can be posted publicly for privacy of those in need. Only Donors will have access to all the photos taken as part of our reporting.
  • Donors will receive private link to access the reports directly from our US representative via email.
  • Other locations are currently being scheduled. We will release photos as they are accomplished.
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Community Giving 11/22/2013

Check out the latest photos of our community giving by going to https://cullinangroupfoundation.shutterfly.com/pictures

THANK YOU TO ALL DONORS WHO CONTINUE TO BRING HELP TO THE PEOPLE THROUGH US!

Philippines Donation Status

All in-kind donations received has been shipped. Not a single piece left. All monetary donations for feeding are sent as received.

For latest update on Donors and donations received, impacts made please click here.

To see photos of Bantayan Tacloban click here. More photos will be posted as we get them in. We hope that the few photos posted here will help those who are still looking for their love ones.

Gathering Donations for Philippines

CGF USA is currently gathering in-kind donations for shipping to Philippines disaster victims until end of November. Goods are distributed by Board Members and long time Volunteers. Reports released directly to donors at every distribution.

Helping does not have to cost you anything. You can donate used items or anything extra from your pantry. Every little bit helps because together the impact is big. Give wherever you are most comfortable with. It will all end up in the same place. Used underwear or expired food are not accepted.

Those who wish to donate cash can do so by depositing to Bank of America account  # 501010376773 (best way to send) or PAYPAL.  We will convert your cash donation to food. Please make sure to send your info to donation@cullinangroupfoundation so you can receive report of where your donation went & receipt.  One hundred percent (100%) of donations goes towards the cause.

Bank of America
Account Holder: Cullinan Group Foundation
Acct # 501010376773
Regular ACH Routing: 122400724
Incoming Wire: 026009593
Address: 2798 Green Valley Parkway
Henderson NV 89014 USA
Phone: (702) 727-5560

TOP PRIORITY NEEDS
Rice, Powdered Milk, Canned Goods, Cereal, Crackers, Juice box, Water Filters, Snack Bars, Instant Soup, Oatmeal, Jams and Jellies, Jerky, dried foods, all other food that does not spoil easily. Water Filters, Sanitizing lotions, toothpaste, toothbrush, Mylar Blankets

OTHER ITEMS ALSO NEEDED
Clothes, Shoes, Used Tents, thin lightweight Jackets, Rain Gear, First Aid Kits. Small packages of toys for kids are good to give.

Official Donor Recipients:
California: Reynaldo Ramos, Maria Elena Diaz
Georgia: Willie Dumas
Florida: Robert W Busch
Maryland: Robert Abresch
Manila: Arlene Tenefrancia, Abraham Aquino, Lormen Antipolo

All donations are given receipt. For more donation inquiries please call 702-421-7866 or send email to donation@cullinangroupfoundation.org

To send money via Paypal send to donation@cullinangroupfoundation.org or by clicking here.  100% of donation goes towards the cause.

To ship the boxes of donations directly to our Manila location you can use any shipping firm located at any Filipino store near you or US Postal Service. The following firms are who we use today to ship goods:
http://www.lbcexpress.com/us/locator
http://alascargo.com/Alas/pages/home.jsf

If you are located outside our service area or are in a different country, please visit the nearest Philippine Embassy. They are also receiving donations and have designated drop off locations.

  • Our Manila address for mailing:
    Attention: Arlene Tenefrancia
    Cullinan Group Foundation
    1377 A. Mabini Street Ste 102B & 500
    Ermita Manila 1000 Philippines
    Phone: +63-919-533-4189
  • Our California receiving location:
    Attention: Maria Diaz
    3876 Pine Lake Circle
    Stockton CA 95219 USA
    Phone: 209-323-9064
  • To ship goods directly to the nearest Government office where the disaster hit:
    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
NOTE
  • All in-kind donations received by us from the US are shipped weekly and will be ongoing until end of year.
  • Answer to Common question: Do you take portion of the cash donation to your operation? NO. All Board Members and everyone that works for the foundation are Volunteers who are also donating to the cause. Every help you give will go directly to the people. You will see this from the report that will be provided.
Thank you for the many interests! We hope that the above information will help answer all your questions. Our representatives are answering inquiries as soon as possible.  Thank you for all your kindness and patience!

Helping Philippines Disaster Victims The Right Way

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: donation@cullinangroupfoundation.orgNote 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/

Need lists:

  • FOOD
    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.
  • MEDICINES
    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.

Hotel Furnitures Needed

Donate your used hotel furnitures for tax ride off. Proceeds will bring education and job training for those in need. Will do bulk pick up anywhere in the US.  To get started send email to donation@cullinangroupfoundation.org

Message to Magazine Readers

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.

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