On November 8, 2013, one of the largest typhoons in recorded history hit landfall at the tiny island of Leyte in the Philippines, leaving behind it, both monumental destruction and a desperate need for help. Over 100,000 homes were destryoed, leaving people without clean water, shelter, electricity and basic necessities of modern civilization.
My dear friend Liza has volunteered to work on project Leyte, through the organization All Hands to Rebuild, from the aftermath of typhoon Yolanda (as it’s know to the locals). Liza will be there for 6 weeks from March 1st through April 14th.
In order to make this a reality she needs help from you. Liza set up a campaign through indiegogo to raise funds for her trip. You can access this site by clicking the indiegogo logo below.
All funds contributed will go directly towards travel, food, and very basic living expenses (i.e. shelter, bedding, and protective/ work gear).
If you are willing to share this on your personal social media page, let friends and family know as a way to support and get the word out I would be very grateful.
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