Christmas is that time of the year where we spend our hard-earned money to treat ourselves and our loved ones with some good food and gifts that we know they would all love. However, aside from being a Santa Claus of all sorts for your family, Christmas is also the perfect time to give back and help those who have been struggling and are in need, especially with all the things that we have faced throughout the last couple of months.
Been wanting to donate for organizations but don’t know where? Fret not as we give you a quick rundown of organizations and donation drives where you can help this Christmas:
You can donate by going to their website, and choosing from their one-time or monthly donation system.
World Vision Philippines
You can donate and help animal shelters by visiting Paws Philippines’ official website.
To donate to ABS-CBN Foundation, you may refer to the post below, which has all the information you need on how and where to send the donations. You can also visit ABS-CBN Foundation’s official website for more details.
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You can check out different donation options on Haribon’s official website. Their options include adopting a seedling, supporting biodiversity education, and more.
To donate to WWF Philippines’ numerous programs, you can visit their official website, where they listed down some of the options you have.
To support Greenpeace’s #BetterNormal campaign, you can donate through this link and help them reach their goal of P300,000.
Meritxell Children’s Foundation
To donate, volunteer, or sponsor a child, you may check out all the details on Meritxell’s official website.
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To donate and help the children who have been victims of sexual abuse and exploitation, you can visit ECPAT Philippines’ official website. You can choose from one-time or monthly donations.
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Homestream images are from Unicef and Meritxell’s official social media pages.