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Replacing lost School Books in Tacloban, Philippines
A fund raising project to provide books to schools devastated by typhoon Haiyan in Leyte, Philippines as well as to donate other things needed by the victims.
Events: Current Project — 25,000 School Books for Philippines
Urgent need for School Books!
Bringing back Education — The most direct path out of poverty!
In Tacloban, the area worst hit by Hurricane Yolanda, 32 schools were severely damaged, and their books washed away by 16 foot Tidal Waves. 14.6 million people were immediately homeless and as many as 38,000 people lost their lives. We can’t bring back their lives, but we CAN bring back their EDUCATION — the most direct path out of poverty! We HAVE the books, we just need your help to ship them there.
$500,000 worth of books ready to go — we only need the shipping cost!
Urgent need for books in destroyed areas!
16 foot tidal waves hit the mainland of Tacloban, Philippines, damaging school infrastructures and destroying books and equipment . In spite of the difficulties the very resilient Filipinos have continued to “have school” even under plastic bags for roofs. The need for books is URGENT!
Last Hurdle: Shipping Cost – $8,000
$500,000 — worth of supplies ready to Go!
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