MANILA, Philippines – The Arnel Pineda Foundation Inc. (APFI) mobilizes Operation Tabang, Leyte for Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda) victims as its indefatigable volunteers respond to the clamor of typhoon Haiyan victims.
Arnel Pineda, Journey’s lead vocalist, has been helping in any way he can for the victims of the recent tragedy wrought by Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda).
“OPERATION TABANG • LEYTE
APFi is working around the clock to finalize plans for volunteers to personally deliver aid to Leyte. At this time, we cannot stress enough and plead for your generosity in terms of prayers and •especially• financial aid. Donations can be sent via PayPal to volunteer Michelle Rogers – Paypal ID email@example.com . Even a very small donation from as many of us will help, and you’ll see why…
What’s in place at this time; we will update as needed:
APFi volunteers Mila Aguilar-Lasquites, Yenyen Puzon will travel from Northern Mindanao to Cebu on Thursday, to join Raul (Urban Equal). Yenyen will be bringing 100 loaves of bread donated by a friend in Iligan. They will purchase water, rice and relief goods and collect donated food items from Shamrock Bakery.
All three will travel to Ormoc. Yen’s cousin will provide transportation and they will immediately proceed to remote towns in the outlying areas of Ormoc which need the most help.
“And I believe that in my life I will see an end to hopelessness, of giving up, of suffering” (-Stand Up For Love)
-Fabb, Toni, Michelle, Tessang, Cherry, Bisdaks
(for Arnel / Cherry, APFi”
The international rock star, through his foundation, has been helping victims of natural catastrophes in the Philippines. Arnel Pineda’s fans all over the world have been contributing to the effort of rendering assistance to those who are in need.
APFI’s volunteers Mila Aguilar-Lasquites, Yenyen Puzon and the rest of the staff are, undeniably, instrumental in the fulfillment of the organization’s activities.
To date, the volunteers are en route to Leyte to distribute the donations raised by APFI’s for the victims of Typhoon Haiyan.