Inline with its vision to SUPPORT CHARITIES AND CAUSES while organizing virtual races, VirtualRacePH has supported these organizations.
AKYAT ARAL ORG is a Non-Profit group of Mountaineers/ Outdoor Enthusiast/ Hikers that aims to help the children that lives in the Far Flung Mountainous Areas of The Philippines.
The Mission is to give hope and aid to our brothers and sister residing in the mountain/remote areas of the country and also promoting responsible mountaineering, care for the environment and social responsibility.
Click HERE to know more about AKYAT ARAL.
SOWER is an educational program intended to help the less fortunate families of Pittland Integrated Elementary Cabuyao Laguna by giving educational support to 30 children per year. SOWER not only aims to provide for their Mental and Physical health but also nourishes their Spiritual needs by providing full scholarship, uniforms, school materials, food subsidy and values formation.
Click HERE to know more about SOWER.
The Yellow Boat of Hope Foundation was formerly referred to as the Philippine Funds for Little Kids, which started as a national movement in late 2010 to help children who had to swim to get to school and who lived in the mangrove village of Layag-Layag, Brgy. Talon-Talon, Zamboanga City.
The Philippine Funds for Little Kids started out as Zamboanga Funds for Little Kids. The idea behind it was to pool individual little funds to help these nearby children get to school safe and dry by providing them with a yellow school boat.
Click HERE to know more about Yellow Boat of Hope Foundation.
Pathways to Higher Education identifies talented but financially underprivileged public high school students and equips them with the necessary academic and soft skills to nurture them to become Filipino leaders who will serve their country and transform the nation – and they are called Trailblazers.
The Programs in Pathways are directed towards not only personal success in the academe, but in creating socially relevant Filipino citizens as well. Pathways networks with schools, government institutions, businesses, organizations, and individuals to help young students and their families prepare for college life, and to eventually graduate and become responsible Filipino leaders.
Click HERE to know more about Pathways to Higher Education.
On Friday, February 10, 2017, a strong earthquake of magnitude 6.7 shook the island of Mindanao.
According to the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) on Sunday, a total of 1,034 families or 5,170 persons from five municipalities in the province of Surigao del Norte were displaced by the earthquake. A state of calamity was also declared in Surigao City, the worst-hit area on Saturday.
Caritas Manila and Veritas 846 Radio Totoo once again appeal for prayers for Divine protection and for the help we can offer to alleviate their sufferings through our donations in cash and in kind. The donations will be used to meet the relief and rehabilitation needs of our kababayans in Surigao Del Norte and nearby areas of Mindanao. Their most immediate needs include clean water, food, clothes and hygiene items.
Click HERE to know more about the relief effort of Caritas Manila for the Surigao 6.7 Earthquake Victims.
Marine Wildlife Watch of the Philippines’ (MWWP) began as a Facebook page in December 2009. It was primarily designed to be an outlet for knowledge and information on marine wildlife in the Philippines, particularly the mysterious and interesting marine animals like dolphins, whales, dugong, marine turtles, sharks, and rays. The Facebook page served as an information hub that contained news, videos, pictures, and other information related to marine wildlife in the Philippines.
In a span of two years, the Facebook page gained considerable support from its followers. Thus, MWWP was registered under the name Marine Wild Fauna Watch of the Philippines, a non-profit, non-stock, conservation organization under the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on September 13, 2010.
Click HERE to know more about Marine Wildlife Watch of the Philippines.
In 2001, a group of Chinese-Filipino businessmen and women decided to pool their resources together to extend help to those affected by natural calamities.
After organizing various relief missions in remote towns struck by typhoons and flash floods, the group continued their service by reaching out to fire victims in Metro Manila areas.
Recognizing the overwhelming problems plaguing the country, the group committed to be part of the solution.
However, realizing that organizing relief missions and providing relief goods were only temporary and short term solutions to deeper problems, they sought to find more long-term and far reaching solutions to the problems caused by poverty.
Driven by their common desire, the group formed Charity First Foundation Inc., an organization committed to “helping people help themselves”.
Click HERE to know more about Charity First Foundation.