WWF-Philippines

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Earth Hour Ambassador 2024, PABLO, is also a member of a boy group, SB19, and they will be having their Pagtatag! Finale Concert on May 18-19 at Araneta Coliseum. To show support and spread awareness to one of PABLO’s advocacies which is Earth Hour and environmental conservation, we would like to have a fan project with WWF-Philippines as the beneficiary of our project.Why Donate?Every donation helps us tackle the most pressing environmental challenges. Your contribution will:Protect marine, terrestrial, and freshwater habitats across the countryEnsure that the Philippines is on track to achieve its greenhouse gas emissions reduction targetHelp support farming and fishing communities who stand at the frontlines of environmental conservation and food securityLucky donors who will attend the Pagtatag! Finale Concert get a chance to win freebies from the ECHOES SB19 PABLO fanbase.   

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Raised So Far : PHP 10,400

Target : PHP 10,000


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Hey there! I'm super passionate about tackling climate change, wildlife conservation, and promoting our domestic furry friends' welfare. That's why I decided to create my own fundraising page on WWF Philippines. I firmly believe that every small action counts when it comes to making a difference. So, whether you're able to give a little bit or a lot, I'm incredibly grateful for your support in building a greener, more sustainable, and enjoyable future for all of us. Rest assured, everything you donate goes directly to WWF, so we can amplify our impact together. Join me on this exciting journey and let's create a world where both humans and animals thrive. 🐶🌱🌏I also have another WWF Fundraiser for Singapore which you can find on this link: https://https://fundraise.wwf.sg/charlotean/  

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Raised So Far : PHP 200

Target : PHP 5,000


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Raised So Far : PHP 0

Target : PHP 15,000


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"Helping doesn't necessarily mean it should be confine in what we do or by giving only money or donations. Helping can be in any form, any channels, or any institution as long as the intentions are true-- like WWF."Charlene Lucas, RPsy, TITC-CT is a registered Psychologist, an International Clinical Traumatologist, an Organizational Behavior Consultant-Consultant Psychologist at Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital. She is a member and is listed in the International Registry of the American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress. She was part of the top 3 of the 100 Most Influential Filipino Women on LinkedIn 2021. Additionally, she was included in the top 10 Most Inspiring Filipinos on LinkedIn 2021. She focuses on mental health specifically on adult psychotherapy, specialized in handling: Trauma, Abuse, Work related stress, Burnout, Loss or grief, and Stabilization of emotions. Charlene is currently taking her Doctorate Degree in Clinical Psychology at University of Santo Tomas.What are food sheds?A food shed is a food production system that adopts natural and green farming technologies to produce a steady supply of quality vegetables and poultry products.The food shed farming system supports Filipino families who have no direct access to food sources like farmland, forests, or municipal fishing grounds. Families can now be assured of a stable food source while applying ecologically friendly practices, such as waste recycling through composting, rainwater harvesting for irrigation, natural pest and disease control, and integrated nutrient management to produce healthy and quality food (vegetables and poultry) products for their families and their communities.In essence, foodsheds represent the very best of Filipino values - resourcefulness, helpfulness, pakikipag-kapwa, and bayanihan.What is WWF-Philippines doing?Millions of Filipino families are dependent on agriculture and fisheries for sustenance and livelihood. As the climate crisis continues to affect the stability of food production systems, Filipinos have been facing high levels of food and nutrition deficiency. Climate change impacts have significantly reduced food availability and increased its prices. On top of that, the COVID-19 pandemic has also disrupted supply chains thereby further exacerbating poverty and food insecurity, especially for low-income communities.Through our Sustainable Food Systems Program, WWF-Philippines helps capacitate low-income communities with food shed farming system knowledge and the use of climate adaptive technology. This aims to protect and empower these communities against hunger caused by increase in prices and other disruptions.How can you help?Food security can only exist when all people at all times have access to sufficient, safe and nutritious food to meet dietary needs and food preferences for an active and healthy life.By donating to WWF-Philippines, you are contributing to:1. Promoting climate-adaptive technologies to secure food for families2. Cushioning the impacts of the pandemic to food security3. Establishing a sustainable agriculture-based livelihoodEach foodshed will directly provide livelihood to two (2) caretakers who will manage the overall production of the food shed and facilitate linkage to local community buyers of the produce.Each unit of foodshed will cater to an immediate local market of around 30 FAMILIES in Negros Occidental for access to fresh, healthy and hyperlocal food.  

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Raised So Far : PHP 2,100

Target : PHP 100,000


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Sheena Yap Chan is a keynote speaker, podcaster, consultant, and author on building self-confidence. She currently inspires women through her award-winning podcast called The Tao of Self Confidence where she interviews Asian women about their inner journey to self-confidence. Her mission is to help Asian Women boost their confidence to live their authentic selves, help Asian Women create a voice in the world, and create a stronger representation for Asian women. Sheena has been featured on MindValley, slice.ca, FOX, Manila Times and more. She is also the TOP 100 Filipinos to follow on LinkedIn for inspiration and learning in 2021. She is also the co-author of the International bestselling book Asian Women Who Boss Up."When I saw my home city of Cebu be affected by Typhoon Odette back in December, my heart was crushed.  There was so much damage in the city and even some of my friends have lost their homes but they were still able to bounce back.  When I heard about this fundraiser, I knew this was a way to help people who were less fortunate bounce back better and knowing they have the support to rebuild their life stronger and better.  When we help one of our Kababayan, we help the whole Nation because they see what is possible for themselves." - Sheena ChanShanaia Gomez is an actress, TV commercial model and singer.  She is also a talent of Rise Artists Studio, a unit of ABS-CBN’s Star Magic.  Born in Ireland and raised in Canada, Shanaia moved to the Philippines when she was14 to start her career in the entertainment industry.  One of her missions is to spread positivity and good vibes as much as possible.   Shanaia has also been featured in METRO Magazine, Manila Bulletin and more."I have always been passionate about the environment and enhancing the lives of our kababayans so when I heard about this fundraiser, I knew I had to do my part.  My mom is from Cebu and when Typhoon Odette hit the province and city, I was devastated not only because my family was directly affected but so were my fellow Cebuanos." - Shanaia GomezBeneficiaryWWF-Philippines' Build Back Better Boats Project aims to create a new modern design of boat that will be faster, better, stronger so that it can be of use to fisherfolk for decades to come. The Bigay Tibay boat was designed by premier industrial designer, Mark Bautista, to be robust enough to withstand strong waves and storms. It was also designed in close consultation with tuna fishers federation in Lagonoy gulf so that it has features that fit their exact needs whenever they go out to sea.The boat has features to help fishermen when they haul their catch, a covered hold to store the fish, a cleaning area built on the outriggers, a solar panel with headlights, and many other features. It is also made with a steel frame in a compartmentalized double hull design which makes it less likely to sink.Closely working with our partners in the community, the fishers themselves are involved in the construction of the boats. Training is also provided to fishers to enable them to acquire new skills and create alternative livelihood opportunities outside of fishing.Donate now to help build more Bigay Tibay boats and support the training of fishers in the community! With your help, we can empower more fishers and fishing communities towards becoming models of sustainability through the use of technology. You can also donate via bank transfers, Paypal and Paymaya QR Code. Kindly check the details in the gallery photos.  

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Raised So Far : PHP 25,000

Target : PHP 250,000


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"I have been an advocate of helping people in my own ways. I see that my personal values are aligned with what WWF can do thus partnering with them in great initiatives like this will magnify my impact to the beneficiaries of their projects." - Dr. Felix C. Veroya, CIE, AAE, CLF, CKF, MBB, CSM, DHumFelix Veroya has a total of 11 years working experience in helping individuals and organizations to build and utilized competencies in Continuous Improvement, Innovation and Analytics across the fields of Academics, Logistics, Supply/Chain, Manufacturing, Training and Consulting for SMEsup to multinational corporations. (IISE). He is a Professional Industrial Engineer, an Associate ASEAN Engineer, a Certified Lean/Kaizen Facilitator, a Certified Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt, a Certified Design Sprint Master and a Chartered Business Advisor. During the Pandemic, he founded an online community for Filipino Industrial Engineers called PINOY IEs to help the community to have a platform to communicate and collaborate things about the profession. BeneficiaryWWF-Philippines' Build Back Better Boats Project aims to create a new modern design of boat that will be faster, better, stronger so that it can be of use to fisherfolk for decades to come. The Bigay Tibay boat was designed by premier industrial designer, Mark Bautista, to be robust enough to withstand strong waves and storms. It was also designed in close consultation with tuna fishers federation in Lagonoy gulf so that it has features that fit their exact needs whenever they go out to sea.The boat has features to help fishermen when they haul their catch, a covered hold to store the fish, a cleaning area built on the outriggers, a solar panel with headlights, and many other features. It is also made with a steel frame in a compartmentalized double hull design which makes it less likely to sink.Closely working with our partners in the community, the fishers themselves are involved in the construction of the boats. Training is also provided to fishers to enable them to acquire new skills and create alternative livelihood opportunities outside of fishing.Donate now to help build more Bigay Tibay boats and support the training of fishers in the community! With your help, we can empower more fishers and fishing communities towards becoming models of sustainability through the use of technology. You can also donate via bank transfers, Paypal and Paymaya QR Code. Kindly check the details in the gallery photos.  

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Raised So Far : PHP 0

Target : PHP 100,000


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My name is Kurly de Guzman. As a professional Career & Leadership Coach, I value growth, sustainable change and continuous improvement. Through working with my clients, I’ve seen how each has his/her own unique potential and how intentional and well-designed actions are beneficial in the long term. As a parent, I value the same, and also constantly strive to co-create a strong foundation of family values, life skills and the love and appreciation for nature. This is why I support WWF-Philippines’ Build Back Better Boats Project. It’s more than just creating a quick fix to the effect of typhoons to our fisherfolk. It is a sustainable and long-term solution that will make the boats faster, better and stronger, and also support livelihood beyond fishing. I know that together, and in our own little way, we can do something to build not just better boats, but better lives and a better future.BeneficiaryWWF-Philippines' Build Back Better Boats Project aims to create a new modern design of boat that will be faster, better, stronger so that it can be of use to fisherfolk for decades to come. The Bigay Tibay boat was designed by premier industrial designer, Mark Bautista, to be robust enough to withstand strong waves and storms. It was also designed in close consultation with tuna fishers federation in Lagonoy gulf so that it has features that fit their exact needs whenever they go out to sea.The boat has features to help fishermen when they haul their catch, a covered hold to store the fish, a cleaning area built on the outriggers, a solar panel with headlights, and many other features. It is also made with a steel frame in a compartmentalized double hull design which makes it less likely to sink.Closely working with our partners in the community, the fishers themselves are involved in the construction of the boats. Training is also provided to fishers to enable them to acquire new skills and create alternative livelihood opportunities outside of fishing.Donate now to help build more Bigay Tibay boats and support the training of fishers in the community! With your help, we can empower more fishers and fishing communities towards becoming models of sustainability through the use of technology. You can also donate via bank transfers, Paypal and Paymaya QR Code. Kindly check the details in the gallery photos.  

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Raised So Far : PHP 6,000

Target : PHP 100,000


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"My father taught me the importance of protecting our natural resources. We try practicing sustainability in our farm located at Laguna called Merrez Farm, the name is rooted from both our parents last names Mercado and Alvarez, it's also featured in Agriculture PH. Even though he is now in heaven, I still wanted to continue our dream about the farm. For his 60th Birthday this May 31st, I decided to make it more meaningful by partnering with WWF to have a fundraiser for the Build Back Better Boats #BigayTibay campaign. I believe that he will be very happy to know that his 60th birthday became a way to help build new, stronger and more resilient boats that can withstand rougher waves for fishermen who lost their means for livelihood due to typhoons."Korina Mercado is a Multi-Passionate Introvert. She is awarded as one of the Most Influential Filipina In The World - Emerging Leader Category by FWN, Top 100 Filipinos on LinkedIn and Most Influential Filipino Women on LinkedIn.She is an Industrial Engineer, Technical Writer, Public Speaker, Thought Leader, Sustainability Advocate and Aviation Enthusiast. Currently, Korina is working as the Operational Excellence Manager for the largest airline in the Philippines. She also started a consulting start-up during the pandemic period named KonnectKonsult US. They aim to disrupt the consulting business using advanced methodologies and mastering pandemic metrics. KonnectKonsult top clients are from US, Germany and UAE ranging from Gaming Industry to Hospitality, Meat Industry, Healthcare, Hotels, Operations, E-commerce and Human Resource fields.With over 25K followers on LinkedIn she is considered by other influential Filipinos, quoted as one of the thought leaders in the industry. Korina formulated a framework of Optimizing Life Series using Agile Sigma Methodology, Industrial Engineering & DCF (Desire, Consistency & Faith) inspired by Mr. Tim Gaffney, Tim Ferriss and Sir Napoleon Hill. A framework that aims to help a person address every area of his/her life andimprove it by iterations and optimization. She is using her influence to promote sustainability via @merrezfarm, methodologyevolution and consulting via @konnectkonsult and optimizing life via @optimizelifeseries. Her mindset and achievements led her to speak in several Process Improvement, Aviation, Operations Research and Data Analytics Conferences and Universities globally. Connect with her on LinkedIn and Instagram to know more about her advocacies and journey here: @mercadokorina_BeneficiaryWWF-Philippines' Build Back Better Boats Project aims to create a new modern design of boat that will be faster, better, stronger so that it can be of use to fisherfolk for decades to come. The Bigay Tibay boat was designed by premier industrial designer, Mark Bautista, to be robust enough to withstand strong waves and storms. It was also designed in close consultation with tuna fishers federation in Lagonoy Gulf so that it has features that fit their exact needs whenever they go out to sea.The boat has features to help fishermen when they haul their catch, a covered hold to store the fish, a cleaning area built on the outriggers, a solar panel with headlights, and many other features. It is also made with a steel frame in a compartmentalized double hull design which makes it less likely to sink.Closely working with our partners in the community, the fishers themselves are involved in the construction of the boats. Training is also provided to fishers to enable them to acquire new skills and create alternative livelihood opportunities outside of fishing.Donate now to help build more Bigay Tibay boats and support the training of fishers in the community! With your help, we can empower more fishers and fishing communities towards becoming models of sustainability through the use of technology.  

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Raised So Far : PHP 1,180

Target : PHP 1,000,000


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Marco Cuadrante is currently a junior in BS Management Engineering with a Minor in Sustainability at Ateneo de Manila University. He is extremely passionate about sustainable development, and personally resonate with the mission and advocacies of WWF-Philippines. It's because of this that he wants to begin the fundraiser "The Game Show for Good" to support and promote WWF's initiatives, primarily the Kabuhayan para sa mga Kababaihan and the Food Shed Farming Enterprise campaigns. Marco hopes to get people involved and excited about supporting these beneficiaries through the fundraiser, which will culminate in a game show to be livestreamed on social media.BeneficiaryMarco Cuadrante will be supporting a tuna fishing community (Sagnay community at Camarines Sur). In order to support the community, WWF-Philippines has held a series of training on tuna value-adding and processing. The women in the Sagnay community have participated in hands-on workshops to learn how to process tuna meat into products such as tuna longganisa, tuna burgers, and tuna nuggets. These trainings are meant to enable women to start their own small businesses and add value to the tuna caught in the area. However, despite the training, the women have not been able to make use of their new skills because of a lack of equipment and resources to pursue these tuna processing activities.Each starter kit will be comprised of the following items:1. Utensils2. Knives3. Chopping board4. Frying pan5. Steamer6. Measuring spoons & cups7. Food processor8. Tongs9. Butane gas & stove10. Grammer weighing scale11. Mixing bowl12. Aluminum trays13. Colander14. Sealer15. Raw ingredients (e.g. vegetables, fish, seasonings)Access to the starter kits and management of the Ice Retailing Enterprise will be handled and monitored by the respective Tuna Fishers Association in each area. #TogetherWeCan  

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Raised So Far : PHP 60,000

Target : PHP 50,000


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Curtis "Xeno" Kornegay III is a kind-of self-directed, passionate conservationist who has always believed that humanity has a responsibility to do better for wildlife, specifically firstly for wildlife's sake and right to dignity rather than as a secondary outcome of a humanitarian initiative. He has always wanted to save the orangutan's tree, ever since he saw the video of the orangutan fighting the bulldozer, an image he never fails to forget. Mr. Curtis wants to be a part in taking a personal role to lead and inspire other average people to spread the message that "...we don't have to leave it to billionaires to save the animals; we have the power to help them ourselves." Sometimes, Curtis asks himself, "why do I have to help, why can't Bill Gates handle this?" and I imagine that orangutan asking me "Why can't you help me?"  He believes he does not have an answer for that, so he has been working very hard to do everything that he can to make a difference. Mr. Curtis knows that he can't do it all by himself, so he is trying to create opportunities to work with different individuals and to see if we can all do this together, then we cannot fail.BeneficiaryCurtis "Xeno" Kornegay III will be supporting a tuna fishing community (Tiwi community in Albay, Philippines). In order to support the community, WWF-Philippines has held a series of training on tuna value-adding and processing. The women in the Tiwi community have participated in hands-on workshops to learn how to process tuna meat into products such as tuna longganisa, tuna burgers, and tuna nuggets. These trainings are meant to enable women to start their own small businesses and add value to the tuna caught in the area. However, despite the training, the women have not been able to make use of their new skills because of a lack of equipment and resources to pursue these tuna processing activities. Each starter kit will be comprised of the following items:1. Utensils2. Knives3. Chopping board4. Frying pan5. Steamer6. Measuring spoons & cups7. Food processor8. Tongs9. Butane gas & stove10. Grammer weighing scale11. Mixing bowl12. Aluminum trays13. Colander14. Sealer15. Raw ingredients (e.g. vegetables, fish, seasonings)Access to the starter kits and management of the Ice Retailing Enterprise will be handled and monitored by the respective Tuna Fishers Association in each area. #TogetherWeCan  

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Raised So Far : PHP 50,475

Target : PHP 50,000


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Loyola Film Circle is the premier film organization of Ateneo de Manila University. Founded in 1997, the organization envisions to establish and strengthen a film culture that upholds the art and aesthetics of cinema and promote film as a medium for social discourse and involvement. Our Vision We, the Loyola Film Circle, envision to establish and strengthen a film culture that upholds the art and aesthetics of cinema and promotes it as a medium for social discourse and involvement Our Mission We, the Loyola Film Circle, strive to advocate in the Ateneo artistic excellence and social discourse through film. As such, we strive to improve our members’ interaction with film in three facets — appreciation, production, and critique— while providing them with the opportunity to pursue and hone their particular competencies. With these, we intend to produce members aimed at contributing to the local film community, aiding in the formation of the nation, our culture and identity.BeneficiaryLoyola Film Circle will be supporting a tuna fishing community (Rizal community in Mindoro).  In order to support the community, WWF-Philippines has held a series of training on tuna value-adding and processing. The women in the Rizal community have participated in hands-on workshops to learn how to process tuna meat into products such as tuna longganisa, tuna burgers, and tuna nuggets. These trainings are meant to enable women to start their own small businesses and add value to the tuna caught in the area.However, despite the training, the women have not been able to make use of their new skills because of a lack of equipment and resources to pursue these tuna processing activities. Each starter kit will be comprised of the following items:1. Utensils2. Knives3. Chopping board4. Frying pan5. Steamer6. Measuring spoons & cups7. Food processor8. Tongs9. Butane gas & stove10. Grammer weighing scale11. Mixing bowl12. Aluminum trays13. Colander14. Sealer15. Raw ingredients (e.g. vegetables, fish, seasonings)Access to the starter kits and management of the Ice Retailing Enterprise will be handled and monitored by the respective Tuna Fishers Association in each area.#TogetherWeCan  

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Raised So Far : PHP 2,620

Target : PHP 50,000


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Raised So Far : PHP 0

Target : PHP 5,000


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Ever since I really wanted to help people already. Like, I wanted to help them live their life the way they wanted it to be by their hardwork but of course we all know that they need help from us also. So, I want to seek help to other people to help each other especially in these times of pandemic.  

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Target : PHP 50,000


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Lagonoy Gulf and Mindoro Strait are major fishing grounds for artisanal fishers. WWF-Philippines has been working on two handline yellowfin tuna Fishery Improvement Projects (FIPs) in these areas since 2011 and has a deep and strong relationship with the local fishing communities. These communities have been involved in many WWF efforts on sustainable fishing practices, from initiatives to prevent post-harvest losses, to social enterprise development, to important innovations in seafood traceability. They have been true partners for sustainable fisheries, and model communities for responsible fishing practices.These FIPs are also part of the unit of assessment for Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) certification, and are the first in the Philippines to enter such a process. While these communities have made significant strides towards sustainable fisheries, they are still struggling under the effects of extreme weather events, such as typhoons, as well as the disruption of their supply chains due to COVID-19. In order to support these communities, WWF-Philippines has held a series of training on tuna value-adding and processing. 104 women in Lagonoy Gulf and 120 women in Mindoro Strait have participated in hands-on workshops to learn how to process tuna meat into products such as tuna longganisa, tuna burgers, and tuna nuggets. These trainings are meant to enable women to start their own small businesses and add value to the tuna caught in the area.However, despite the training, the women have not been able to make use of their new skills because of a lack of equipment and resources to pursue these tuna processing activities. WWF-Philippines proposes the provision of 21 starter kits for each municipality involved in the FIPs (15 in Lagonoy Gulf and 6 in Mindoro Strait). Each starter kit will be comprised of the following items:1. Utensils2. Knives3. Chopping board4. Frying pan5. Steamer6. Measuring spoons & cups7. Food processor8. Tongs9. Butane gas & stove10. Grammer weighing scale11. Mixing bowl12. Aluminum trays13. Colander14. Sealer15. Raw ingredients (e.g. vegetables, fish, seasonings)Access to the starter kits and management of the Ice Retailing Enterprise will be handled and monitored by the respective Tuna Fishers Association in each area. Chef Reggie Aspiras support is helping WWF-Philippines provides a series of training on tuna value-adding and processing in 21 communities of Lagonoy Gulf and Mindoro Strait. With the generous support of our donors, these communities will receive equipment and resources to pursue these tuna processing activities. #TogetherWeCan  

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Raised So Far : PHP 100,000

Target : PHP 50,000


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Kim Jongdae, better known by the name Chen, debuted as the main vocalist of one of the biggest K-Pop groups, EXO, in 2012. Apart from the group’s numerous hits like Growl, Overdose, Call Me Baby, and “Love Shot” among others, he has released original soundtrack (OST) songs — notably “Everytime” from Descendants of the Sun and “Best Luck” from It’s Okay, That’s Love — before debuting as a soloist in April 2019 with his first album, April and a Flower. Putting his influence and reach to good use, he has been consistently donating to organizations that would help the underprivileged particularly in his hometown, Siheung City in Gyeonggi province. These include Siheungsi Multicultural Family Support Center; Siheung 1% Fund, a non-profit organization where 1% of sharing can provide hope to the citizens residing in the city of Siheung; and Siheung Women’s Resources Development Center which launched their Youth Meets Entrepreneurship project — looking to assist adults between the ages of 18-39 who are interested in starting their own businesses.MissionAs he is turning 30 (Korean age, international age is 29) on September 21, we from Kim Jongdae Philippines would like to organize a simple way for EXO-Ls and Soongdingies not only from the Philippines but from all over the world to celebrate his upcoming birthday by continuing his good deeds on his behalf.VisionBeing able to provide people the help they need in living comfortably, just like how Chen wants to give comfort to people through his music.BeneficiaryLagonoy  Gulf in Bicol and  Mindoro  Strait are major fishing grounds for artisanal fishers.  WWF-Philippines has been working on two handline yellowfin tuna Fishery Improvement Projects  (FIPs) in these areas since 2011 and has a deep and strong relationship with the local fishing communities.   These FIPs are also part of the unit of assessment for Marine Stewardship Council (MSC)  certification and are the first in the Philippines to enter such a process. While these communities have made significant strides towards sustainable fisheries, they are still struggling under the effects of extreme weather events, such as typhoons, as well as the disruption of their supply chains due to COVID-19.   In order to support these communities, WWF-Philippines has held a series of training on tuna value-adding and processing. 104 women in Lagonoy Gulf and 120 women in Mindoro Strait have participated in hands-on workshops to learn how to process tuna meat into products such as tuna longganisa,  tuna burgers,  and tuna nuggets.  These trainings are meant to enable women to start their own small businesses and add value to the tuna caught in the area.   However, despite the training, the women have not been able to make use of their new skills because of a lack of equipment and resources to pursue these tuna processing activities. Just as Chen has donated to Siheung Women’s Resources Development Center to assist the youth from his hometown to start businesses, we can also provide the women of Lagonoy Gulf and Mindoro Strait the opportunity to put their training to good use and make a living for their families especially in these time of pandemic. With your donation, WWF-Philippines will be able to provide starter kits to the municipalities involved in the FIPs (15 in Lagonoy Gulf and 6 in Mindoro Strait). Each starter kit will consist of items such as utensils, knives, chopping board, frying pan, steamer, measuring spoons & cups, food processor, tongs, butane gas & stove, weighing scale, mixing bowl, aluminum trays, colander, sealer and raw ingredients (e.g. vegetables, fish, seasonings). These are challenging times—but we believe that by working together, we can make a difference for those who work tirelessly to #ChangeTheEnding for us and our planet every day. All around the country, there are Filipinos who dedicate their lives to keeping us and our families well-fed and protected. They are the backbone of our society. Let us give them the quality of life they deserve. Let’s support the lives of those who support ours. As we celebrate Chen’s day, let’s #MakeADaefference.  

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Raised So Far : PHP 21,921

Target : PHP 19,341


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Mamamoo Philippines is the first and only fan club for the K-pop group Mamamoo in the Philippines since 2014, the group's debut year. We aspire to be a fan club admired for its services, updates, projects, and initiatives for our fellow Filipino Moos. The WWF believes in supporting the lives of those who support ours; this sentiment resonates deeply with us at Mamamoo Philippines. The pandemic has tremendously impacted the lives of these unsung heroes. By collaborating with WWF through this fundraiser, we share one singular objective: to give back to our fellow Filipinos who have, for most of their lives and sometimes even generations, dedicated their blood, sweat, and tears to enriching the lives of many.It is time we return the favor and support them as they have supported us!  

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Raised So Far : PHP 5,719

Target : PHP 60,000


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Treasure Union Philippines is a union of Treasure Fanbases (group, individual, and provincial) led by Treasure Philippines since 2019. The Union aims to help every Filipino Treasure Makers find significance in supporting Treasure by organizing meaningful projects to inspire and show people that the goodness and happiness of supporting Treasure can bring us together to a beautiful world. Treasure Philippines is a Philippine fanbase for YG Entertainment's male idol group named TREASURE, and was established on the 25th of December 2018 during their survival show entitled YG Treasure Box. Since then, we have been organizing projects and events for Treasure and Filipino Treasure Makers with our affiliated individual and provincial fanbases under our union named Treasure Union Philippines.We, Treasure Union Philippines, are supporting WWF-Philippines for we believe and are one with them in their advocacy in improving Filipino lives by protecting our environment and securing a future where both man and nature prosper.  

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Raised So Far : PHP 6,600

Target : PHP 30,000


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WWF-Philippines

Established in July 2018, A'TIN Philippines (formerly Aurum PH) is the pioneer fanbase of SB19 — the fastest-rising P-Pop boy group in the country.Mission:To serve as a link that connects SB19 closer to their fans; support the group's projects; provide related content and updates; create activities that promote camaraderie within the fandom, and uphold the spirit of Bayanihan by reaching out to communities that are in need.Vision:Become an effective instrument in promoting SB19 and Original Filipino Music (OPM) as a whole on a global scale.World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) Philippines is a non-profit organization which aims to conserve biodiversity in the country while promoting sustainable development. To commemorate SB19's 3rd anniversary, A'Tin Philippines is partnering with WWF Philippines in raising funds to support our environmental front liners and their communities. Just like what the lyrics of the SB19 song 'ikako' says, "Oh, sigurado, babangon tayo. Kaya'ng lahat, ikaw at ako'' (Oh, I'm sure, we will rise again. We can do anything, you and I), we believe that together as a fandom, we can make a difference by helping our modern-day heroes and their families survive during these challenging times.BENEFICIARYTuna Value-Adding in Lagonoy Gulf and Mindoro Strait Lagonoy Gulf and Mindoro Strait are major fishing grounds for artisanal fishers. WWF-Philippines has been working on two handline yellowfin tuna Fishery Improvement Projects (FIPs) in these areas since 2011 and has a deep and strong relationship with the local fishing communities. These communities have been involved in many WWF efforts on sustainable fishing practices, from initiatives to prevent post-harvest losses, to social enterprise development, to important innovations in seafood traceability. They have been true partners for sustainable fisheries, and model communities for responsible fishing practices.These FIPs are also part of the unit of assessment for Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) certification, and are the first in the Philippines to enter such a process. While these communities have made significant strides towards sustainable fisheries, they are still struggling under the effects of extreme weather events, such as typhoons, as well as the disruption of their supply chains due to COVID-19.In order to support these communities, WWF-Philippines has held a series of training on tuna value-adding and processing. 104 women in Lagonoy Gulf and 120 women in Mindoro Strait have participated in hands-on workshops to learn how to process tuna meat into products such as tuna longganisa, tuna burgers, and tuna nuggets. These trainings are meant to enable women to start their own small businesses and add value to the tuna caught in the area. However, despite the training, the women have not been able to make use of their new skills because of a lack of equipment and resources to pursue these tuna processing activities. WWF-Philippines proposes the provision of 21 starter kits for each municipality involved in the FIPs (15 in Lagonoy Gulf and 6 in Mindoro Strait). Each starter kit will be comprised of the following items:1. Utensils2. Knives3. Chopping board4. Frying pan5. Steamer6. Measuring spoons & cups7. Food processor8. Tongs9. Butane gas & stove10. Grammer weighing scale11. Mixing bowl12. Aluminum trays13. Colander14. Sealer15. Raw ingredients (e.g. vegetables, fish, seasonings)Access to the starter kits and management of the Ice Retailing Enterprise will be handled and monitored by the respective Tuna Fishers Association in each area.  

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Raised So Far : PHP 121,898

Target : PHP 100,000


Fundraising for:
WWF-Philippines

Crescent Jun Philippines is a local fanbase established in 2017 that aims to support and promote Wen Junhui of the K-pop boy group SEVENTEEN. From simple gatherings like birthday cup sleeve events to collecting funds for significant causes, Crescent Jun PH works hard and explore various ways to unite the fans towards achieving common goals.   2021 Just recently, Crescent Jun PH led and organized the purchase of more than 300 copies of Wen Junhui's first solo cover magazine in China, ViVi magazine. Through this initiative, we were able to gather no less than Php 20,800 and used it to boost the sales of the said magazine.   2020 Last year, amidst the pandemic, Crescent Jun PH participated in a fundraising project named "Crazy for Jun" by @michiyo_zhang and @junhuist17 — fellow Carats.   They released a collection of Wen Junhui birthday merchandise for a cause across several countries. The profits were donated to Vietnam's Hospital for Tropical Diseases and to the GoFundMe account of George Floyd's daughter.    2018 In 2018, in collaboration with a Chinese Fanbase, Jun's Fortepiano (@JFortepiano), Crescent Jun PH was able to gather and donate 968.53 HKD which was used to support Wen Junhui's song release.    Aside from these donation drives, Crescent Jun PH remains true to its words as a Non-Profit Support Account for Junhui by actively conducting giveaway events and streaming activities. To date, CJPH already sponsored more than 20 giveaways that aim to give back to the fans who have been continuously supporting the fanbase's activities.As we face this difficult time due to the pandemic which affects everyone across the globe, it is with great reflection that we decided to give back to the community and nature. The quarantine restrictions inhibit us from doing our usual daily activities, but this limitation also opened opportunities for us to contemplate on how we can contribute to the betterment of the environment that we are currently living in and at the same time discover opportunities on how we can extend our help to others given the situation.This year, we are given the chance to raise funds for WWF-Philippines' beneficiaries and we are grateful for the opportunity. This collaboration with WWF-Philippines will ensure that none of our efforts will go to waste and that every cent earned will be for the attainment of WWF’s goals “of improving Filipino lives by crafting solutions to climate change, providing sustainable livelihood programs, and conserving the country's richest marine and land habitats.”As the famous saying goes “every effort count” and with tiny collective efforts, we can surely go a long way. We hope that everyone who will come across this post will share the same hearts as ours: to share and be a blessing to others.  

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Raised So Far : PHP 40,803

Target : PHP 15,000


Fundraising for:
WWF-Philippines

Being one of the earliest and biggest membership in the United Architects of the Philippines, the UAP Makati Chapter strongly believes in continuously contributing positive action, under the umbrella of UAP National Board’s “SERVANT LEADERSHIP” theme.To date the UAP Makati Chapter is fortunate enough to share a rich history of luminaries in the architecture industry. We have been supporting numerous programs for the children, for local communities, for the natural and the built environment, and also for preserving cultural heritage, not to mention promoting the architectural profession. For your appreciation, our Chapter’s theme this year is ARQUIVIVO, in Ancient Greek ARQUI means “Chief, Highest or Most Extreme” and VIVO, in Italian means “I LIVE” and in Spanish “ALIVE”, in which we aim to breathe new life into the chapter as we press on in these tumultuous times. We want to move towards the light of hope, at the end of the long dark tunnel, while aligning with the UAP National Board’s vision of “Members-First, Unity in Diversity and Good Governance.” Thank you in advance for your continuous support!  

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Raised So Far : PHP 20,000

Target : PHP 100,000


Fundraising for:
WWF-Philippines

B.I Philippines was established on October 14, 2013 in support of Kim Hanbin, known by his stage name B.I. As a fanbase, we are here to support B.I in any way that we can and will do our very best to promote him here in the Philippines. We will stand with B.I for as long as we can and walk on a flowery path.The beneficiary of this fundraiser is WWF-Philippines. WWF-Philippines has been working as a national organization of the WWF network since 1997. As the 26th national organization in the network, WWF-Philippines has successfully been implementing various conservation projects to help protect some of the most biologically-significant ecosystems in Asia. WWF-Philippines works to improve Filipino lives by crafting solutions to climate change, providing sustainable livelihood programs, and conserving the country's richest marine and land habitats. Their vision is globally significant biodiversity is properly protected and harnessed to sustain life for all and where species, habitats, and resources form part of a unique heritage that every Filipino is proud of. WWF champions conservation in areas where biodiversity matters the most. Their mission is to stop, and eventually reverse the accelerating degradation of the Philippine environment – to build a future where Filipinos live in harmony with nature. The inspiration for the WWF logo came from Chi-Chi: a giant panda that was living at the London Zoo in 1961, the same year WWF was created. WWF’s founders were aware of the need for a strong, recognizable symbol that would overcome all language barriers. They agreed that the big, furry animal with her appealing, black-patched eyes would make an excellent choice. The design of the logo has evolved over the past five decades, but the giant panda’s distinctive features remain an integral part of WWF’s treasured and unmistakable symbol. Today, WWF’s trademark is recognized as a universal symbol for the conservation movement.Please visit our website to learn more: https://wwf.org.ph/.  

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Raised So Far : PHP 0

Target : PHP 5,000


Fundraising for:
WWF-Philippines

Teaching The Next Generation of Planet Protectors: Environmental Education for Filipino ChildrenThe global COVID-19 pandemic has made the world realize how deeply connected the health of the planet is to the health of human society. While questions remain about the exact origins of COVID-19, all available evidence suggests that it is a zoonotic disease, meaning it jumped from wildlife to humans. Protecting our wildlife, their habitats, and the planet we live in remains one of the best courses of action to take if we want to prevent similar or worse pandemics from happening in the future, and in order to prevent something, it is important that we equip those who will be potentially facing it with the necessary knowledge, tools, and education. The next generation - our children and our grandchildren - are the future, and we want to help equip them for the future that they are about to face.At WWF-Philippines, we believe that love and appreciation for the environment and for all beings that live on this planet start from childhood. This is the reason why it is very important to us to work with the academe to promote environmental consciousness and encourage environmental action among the youth. Experiencing first-hand the wonder of nature and knowing more about our interconnectedness shape habits, mindsets, lifestyles, and behavior in children, and our Environmental Education team provides “turo” sessions around the country in order to share this with more students every day.  With your generous support, Filipino children will learn from our biodiversity and conservation module where they will be taught about the interrelationships of various components in the environment, as well as different wildlife species and their habitats. At a young age, they will be trained to integrate the environment into the different aspects of their lives, which will help and encourage them to take the initiative to protect our environment, and in doing so, to protect their fellow Filipinos and their country.As a supporter, YOU can get the chance to join the turo sessions and to help teach the next generation of planet protectors! By donating to this cause, you can get the chance to join our Environmental Education team and be selected to serve as an environmental teacher for a day! Education is very important in order to spur people into action, and it is also important in making people realize how closely connected the health of the planet is to the health of human society. By helping provide much-needed environmental education to young Filipinos, you are not only helping us #ChangeTheEnding for our country and our planet, but you are also helping in potentially preventing future pandemics from happening.  

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Raised So Far : PHP 2,750

Target : PHP 62,500


Fundraising for:
WWF-Philippines

Teaching The Next Generation of Planet Protectors: Environmental Education for Filipino ChildrenThe global COVID-19 pandemic has made the world realize how deeply connected the health of the planet is to the health of human society. While questions remain about the exact origins of COVID-19, all available evidence suggests that it is a zoonotic disease, meaning it jumped from wildlife to humans. Protecting our wildlife, their habitats, and the planet we live in remains one of the best courses of action to take if we want to prevent similar or worse pandemics from happening in the future, and in order to prevent something, it is important that we equip those who will be potentially facing it with the necessary knowledge, tools, and education. The next generation - our children and our grandchildren - are the future, and we want to help equip them for the future that they are about to face.At WWF-Philippines, we believe that love and appreciation for the environment and for all beings that live on this planet start from childhood. This is the reason why it is very important to us to work with the academe to promote environmental consciousness and encourage environmental action among the youth. Experiencing first-hand the wonder of nature and knowing more about our interconnectedness shape habits, mindsets, lifestyles, and behavior in children, and our Environmental Education team provides “turo” sessions around the country in order to share this with more students every day.  With your generous support, Filipino children will learn from our biodiversity and conservation module where they will be taught about the interrelationships of various components in the environment, as well as different wildlife species and their habitats. At a young age, they will be trained to integrate the environment into the different aspects of their lives, which will help and encourage them to take the initiative to protect our environment, and in doing so, to protect their fellow Filipinos and their country.As a supporter, YOU can get the chance to join the turo sessions and to help teach the next generation of planet protectors! By donating to this cause, you can get the chance to join our Environmental Education team and be selected to serve as an environmental teacher for a day! Education is very important in order to spur people into action, and it is also important in making people realize how closely connected the health of the planet is to the health of human society. By helping provide much-needed environmental education to young Filipinos, you are not only helping us #ChangeTheEnding for our country and our planet, but you are also helping in potentially preventing future pandemics from happening.  

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Raised So Far : PHP 200

Target : PHP 10,000


Fundraising for:
WWF-Philippines

BTS Manila started back in 2018 as a small project to reach out to more ARMYs in Metro Manila through different programs and events. The team started out with cupsleeve events around the España area that were held in small groups as the team was just starting at that period.As time passed, the team was able to launch a sister team (Youniverse Philippines - @YouniversePH_ on twitter) in order to fulfill more events to be able to cater to other ARMYs in other parts of the country. The said group consists of ARMYs from different parts of the Philippines with functions such as for events, promotions, and marketing & creatives.Our Mission & VisionInspired by BTS, the team directs to deliver effective ways on spreading love and comfort through projects that aim to give value to each and every ARMY, while highlighting advocacies and campaigns like self-love within the fandom.BTS Manila is a BTS fanbase in the Philippines that progresses to the path where every ARMY’s voice is heard and acknowledged, and to build a safe space that is deeply rooted in support and teamwork.BENEFICIARYTeaching The Next Generation of Planet Protectors: Environmental Education for Filipino ChildrenThe global COVID-19 pandemic has made the world realize how deeply connected the health of the planet is to the health of human society. While questions remain about the exact origins of COVID-19, all available evidence suggests that it is a zoonotic disease, meaning it jumped from wildlife to humans. Protecting our wildlife, their habitats, and the planet we live in remains one of the best courses of action to take if we want to prevent similar or worse pandemics from happening in the future, and in order to prevent something, it is important that we equip those who will be potentially facing it with the necessary knowledge, tools, and education. The next generation - our children and our grandchildren - are the future, and we want to help equip them for the future that they are about to face.At WWF-Philippines, we believe that love and appreciation for the environment and for all beings that live on this planet start from childhood. This is the reason why it is very important to us to work with the academe to promote environmental consciousness and encourage environmental action among the youth. Experiencing first-hand the wonder of nature and knowing more about our interconnectedness shape habits, mindsets, lifestyles, and behavior in children, and our Environmental Education team provides “turo” sessions around the country in order to share this with more students every day.  With your generous support, Filipino children will learn from our biodiversity and conservation module where they will be taught about the interrelationships of various components in the environment, as well as different wildlife species and their habitats. At a young age, they will be trained to integrate the environment into the different aspects of their lives, which will help and encourage them to take the initiative to protect our environment, and in doing so, to protect their fellow Filipinos and their country.As a supporter, YOU can get the chance to join the turo sessions and to help teach the next generation of planet protectors! By donating to this cause, you can get the chance to join our Environmental Education team and be selected to serve as an environmental teacher for a day! Education is very important in order to spur people into action, and it is also important in making people realize how closely connected the health of the planet is to the health of human society. By helping provide much-needed environmental education to young Filipinos, you are not only helping us #ChangeTheEnding for our country and our planet, but you are also helping in potentially preventing future pandemics from happening.  

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Raised So Far : PHP 0

Target : PHP 62,500