The Philippines needs your help

The Philippines needs your help

The 4th Episode of Greener Pastures Offshore “Sea of Clouds” features our very good Friend Dandoy Tongco. We had the chance to meet him two years ago and he and the other locals kindly showed us what a great place the Philippines is. Meeting his family and community there, our experience has been amazing, and we’ve developed a love for his country that is hard to describe.

On November 8, 2013, Super Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan) ravaged the central part of the Philippines, affecting an estimated 9.8 million people. At least half of them are children. They urgently need access to safe water, hygiene supplies, food, shelter and a safe environment to recover.

You can help with a small donation. Check out these options:

Red Cross


Or donate direct to the skate community at Free Energy Coop Skate Shop in Cebu, Philippines.

Here is a response from Epos Santilmo:

I’m calling all my friends from longboarding, skimboarding, climbing, DH bike, and out door friends. To help us gathered money to make hammock shelters for our homeless brothers and sisters in Leyte, Samar, Ormoc and other areas that are affected and needs a place to sleep to gain strength for them to standup and rebuild there home and cities.  We will buy with your donation materials to make hammocks, as many us we can and send them to the people who needs it. The rest of your donations we will buy basic medicine, first aid, food and water. 

You can send your donations thru my bank account or you can walk in here in Driftwood Local Ent. house located at Rate Holdings Sanson Road Lahug Cebu City 

Cel # 09327339485
Account # 2463246202126
Account name:  Joseph C. Falcone,  Metro bank.


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