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How to Help : Relief Operations for Metro Manila Floods 2012

Note: This post is updated as I get more sites, contact numbers and social media channels where you can find information on how to help.

The rain hasn’t stopped yet and thousands of people all over Metro Manila need our help. Amidst all the destruction over the past 2 days, this experience has shown how united we are when our fellow Filipinos need help. And our unity is proven through social media.

If you’d like to help or you need more information, these are the Twitter accounts and hashtags you should follow, crowd sourced forms / documents, communication channels and ways you can send in your donations to the victims of the Metro Manila floods.

 

Emergency Hotline Numbers

I posted all the Philippine emergency hotline numbers here. I also included Twitter accounts you should follow.

 

Text Collect Service by Globe and Smart:

This means the person receiving your message will be able to respond without being deducted or even when they have zero load.

  • Globe’s “Text Mo Libre Ko” service: (I know this has been around for quite sometime)
    – Compose your text message.
    – Send it to 2354 + 11-digit Globe/TM number
    (ex. 23540916888888)
  • Smart’s Text-Collect Service:
    – Compose your text message.
    – Send it to 44 + 11-digit Smart/TNT number
    (ex. 4409181234567)

 

How to Donate or Help with Relief Operations:

There are many ways you can donate. Donations may be in cash or in kind. A lot of the evacuees need water, food and clothes, so please do what you can.

 

Crowd-sourced Database for Rescue Operations:

If you know or see anyone who needs to be rescued, be kind enough to submit their information here:

REMINDER: When submitting information or details here, please be specific as possible.

It’s saddening to read about the people who need rescuing. I really wish the rain will stop, so they can all be rescued. 🙁

 

 

Twitter Hashtags to Monitor / Follow:

Twitter is now the best way to get updates on what’s happening all over the Metro. Follow these hashtags to get updates on the flood situation, relief and rescue operations.

  • #FloodPH – News on the flood.
  • #PHalerts – Updates on government advisories / announcements.
  • #ReliefPH – Updates or how you can get information on relief operations.
  • #RescuePH – Updates on rescue operations.

If you can, retweet posts from the #RescuePH feed. Some people following you might be able to help.

 


 

If you have friends or you know anyone who might need rescuing or help, then this information might be of great importance to them:

Emergency Cellphone Load from Globe and Smart

If you run out of load and you need to contact someone, Globe and Smart have offered a solution:

  • Globe / Touch Mobile (TM) Subscribers: Text GTSOS to 3733
    You will receive 3 emergency credits.
  • Smart Subscribers: Dial *767.
    You will receive 3 emergency credits + Php 1 airtime (what can this do?).
  • Smart Subscribers with ZERO load: Dial *7572 to receive Php 5 credits (All-Net SMS and Php 1 airtime).

These credits will be deducted from your next prepaid load. I was hoping they’d give something that’s ACTUALLY free, but I guess they needed to do this to protect the service from being abused.

 


 

Websites for Flood Updates:

  • Nationwide Operational Assessment of Hazards or Project Noah:
    http://noah.dost.gov.ph/
  • Pinas 911: http://pinas911.info/This is a site that shows you feeds on the Twitter hashtags listed above, all in one place. Currently, they have feeds of the hashtags above.

Feel free to leave websites or information at the comments section for places where relief or donations can be sent to.

How to Help : Relief Operations for Metro Manila Floods 2012

Note: This post is updated as I get more sites, contact numbers and social media channels where you can find information on how to help.

The rain hasn’t stopped yet and thousands of people all over Metro Manila need our help. Amidst all the destruction over the past 2 days, this experience has shown how united we are when our fellow Filipinos need help. And our unity is proven through social media.

If you’d like to help or you need more information, these are the Twitter accounts and hashtags you should follow, crowd sourced forms / documents, communication channels and ways you can send in your donations to the victims of the Metro Manila floods.

 

Emergency Hotline Numbers

I posted all the Philippine emergency hotline numbers here. I also included Twitter accounts you should follow.

 

Text Collect Service by Globe and Smart:

This means the person receiving your message will be able to respond without being deducted or even when they have zero load.

  • Globe’s “Text Mo Libre Ko” service: (I know this has been around for quite sometime)
    – Compose your text message.
    – Send it to 2354 + 11-digit Globe/TM number
    (ex. 23540916888888)
  • Smart’s Text-Collect Service:
    – Compose your text message.
    – Send it to 44 + 11-digit Smart/TNT number
    (ex. 4409181234567)

 

How to Donate or Help with Relief Operations:

There are many ways you can donate. Donations may be in cash or in kind. A lot of the evacuees need water, food and clothes, so please do what you can.

 

Crowd-sourced Database for Rescue Operations:

If you know or see anyone who needs to be rescued, be kind enough to submit their information here:

REMINDER: When submitting information or details here, please be specific as possible.

It’s saddening to read about the people who need rescuing. I really wish the rain will stop, so they can all be rescued. 🙁

 

 

Twitter Hashtags to Monitor / Follow:

Twitter is now the best way to get updates on what’s happening all over the Metro. Follow these hashtags to get updates on the flood situation, relief and rescue operations.

  • #FloodPH – News on the flood.
  • #PHalerts – Updates on government advisories / announcements.
  • #ReliefPH – Updates or how you can get information on relief operations.
  • #RescuePH – Updates on rescue operations.

If you can, retweet posts from the #RescuePH feed. Some people following you might be able to help.

 


 

If you have friends or you know anyone who might need rescuing or help, then this information might be of great importance to them:

Emergency Cellphone Load from Globe and Smart

If you run out of load and you need to contact someone, Globe and Smart have offered a solution:

  • Globe / Touch Mobile (TM) Subscribers: Text GTSOS to 3733
    You will receive 3 emergency credits.
  • Smart Subscribers: Dial *767.
    You will receive 3 emergency credits + Php 1 airtime (what can this do?).
  • Smart Subscribers with ZERO load: Dial *7572 to receive Php 5 credits (All-Net SMS and Php 1 airtime).

These credits will be deducted from your next prepaid load. I was hoping they’d give something that’s ACTUALLY free, but I guess they needed to do this to protect the service from being abused.

 


 

Websites for Flood Updates:

  • Nationwide Operational Assessment of Hazards or Project Noah:
    http://noah.dost.gov.ph/
  • Pinas 911: http://pinas911.info/This is a site that shows you feeds on the Twitter hashtags listed above, all in one place. Currently, they have feeds of the hashtags above.

Feel free to leave websites or information at the comments section for places where relief or donations can be sent to.

It’s More Fun in the Philippines : True That!

Because of work and schedule conflicts last year, 2011, I wasn’t able to travel to anywhere in the Philippines. We had a couple of plans for out-of-town trips, but they all ended up being cancelled at the very last minute. This year, though, I swore I will travel more.

I may be not as outdoorsy as most travelers, but I do love discovering new places, taking a vacation away from work or anything stressful. Even when we went to a five-day vacation where we visited 4 destinations ala Amazing Race (starts here) and we all ended up dead tired afterwards, we all had a wonderful time and it made me realize how much I love travelling. And this year, I won’t let anything stop me from doing so. And I’m already signing up a couple of my friends to join me. 😉

It's more fun in the Philippines

This is exactly why I’m in full support of the new campaign of the Department of Tourism It’s More Fun in the Philippines. It is indeed a great conversation starter and I consider it a challenge for us Filipinos to prove or show the world how true that statement is. And this is also one of the reasons why I want to travel around the Philippines first before I head on out of the country.

Number 1 for Fun - Philippines

A large majority of foreigners who have been in the Philippines, met a Filipino, and/or have experienced our culture would agree that there are a lot of activities that are more fun in the Philippines. I was reading the Twitter feeds earlier in support of the campaign (#ItsMoreFunInThePhilippines and #1ForFun) and there were a ton of interesting responses. Here are some of them and a couple that I thought of earlier:

  • Asia without the language barrier because even those who weren’t able to go to school can understand or speak in basic English. Plus, all our street signs are in English.
  • Our ability to smile even when we’re stressed or when we feel like the whole world’s upon our shoulders. This is one of the reasons why, I think, we don’t have a lot of practicing shrinks / therapists here.
  • The family ties and how we value our bloodlines – amazing.
  • The long celebration of Christmas and New Year – one of the many reasons why Pinoys abroad do their best to come home during these holidays.
  • Generally, how we celebrate anything.
  • The beaches, the historic places, the mountains, the sceneries at our tourist spots – breath-taking!
  • The food – sinigang, adobo, kare-kare, tinola, LECHON.. I could go on and on, but I might end up eating before going to bed. LOL
  • Videoke – We LOVE our videoke. We love singing that’s why most Pinoys you’d meet can carry a tune and aren’t that tone-deaf.
  • Our complexion that most people from Western countries envy.
  • The words of respect – “po” and “opo”, “kuya”, “ate”.
  • The intense support we give to our countrymen who excel in different fields / industries, or even in music (Charice, for instance) or sports (like Manny Pacquiao).
  • Bargain shopping – Greenhills, Gilmore, Bambang, Ukay-ukay, Divisoria – need I say more?
  • Social media – we love our Twitter and Facebook, alright. Give us something you want to go viral on the web and we’ll do it while having fun. 🙂

I can think of more reasons why it’s more fun here in the Philippines just to remind you if in case you’re one of the haters of this campaign.

I’ve read negative comments about the slogan, some continuously mocking the idea saying it’s not original (because of a 60+ old ad from Switzerland using the “It’s more fun…” tagline), that they should’ve removed the “more” part, and some even mentioning the flaws of our country, our culture and the people. I mean, c’mon. SERIOUSLY? We always complain about crab mentality and that’s a PERFECT example right there.

This is a campaign to promote TOURISM in our country. Can’t we, even for a brief period of time, focus on the positive and actual FUN things about the Philippines, about being a Filipino and about living here?!

What’s worse is most of the people I see who are too vocal about the flaws of the Philippines are FILIPINOS.  *sigh* Really? Do you think the bad outweighs the good about our country? I mean, c’mon! For sure you can think of at least TEN things that are MORE FUN in the Philippines. Stop and think about it. That might change your mind. If you can’t think of any (what’s wrong with you?!), read through all the tweets of support – #ItsMoreFunInThePhilippines and #1ForFun.

I’m pretty sure majority of Filipinos here and abroad are well aware of the flaws of our country. But, please. We can always say bad things about everything since nothing and no one’s perfect. There are times that it’s better and MORE FUN to, even for a little while, look at the brighter side. It’s less stressful, trust me.

>>> Read this interesting commentary by Ted Te <<<

>>> Some think #It’sMoreFunToBash – I disagree <<<

 

VIRAL SUPPORT through PHOTOS

I’ve seen a lot of interesting photos shared by people on my network showcasing a ton of things to do and places that are more fun in the Philippines. Here are some of my favoritesBlogging - It's more fun in the Philippines

Of course, this one’s a favorite – Blogging. More fun in the Philippines, made by Fitz Villafuerte. I’m in the photo somewhere. 🙂

Fastfood Wars

So true. McDonald’s here can’t beat Jollibee. Even Pinoys who leave the country miss it a LOT.

Staring contest with Tarsier

Another one I found on one of the many FB pages made for the campaign. That’s the Tarsier you’d find in Bohol. 🙂

Here are my new favorites, made by Roland Benzon (see album here), most photos from Mon Corpuz. I LOVE the double entendre.. 🙂

Social Climbing - more fun in the Philippines Cosplay - More fun in the Philippines Home improvement - More fun in the Philippines

It’s just wonderful that the new slogan for the DOT campaign is bringing out our creativity. Want to create your own FUN campaign poster / photo? Well, I wanted to so I went looking for the font they used for the campaign banner and I luckily found it on one of the many Facebook group pages that was created for the said tagline.

What font was used in the It’s More Fun in the Philippines campaign ? It’s Harabara, which you can download for free from dafont.

I’ve already thought of a couple of ideas for my own posters for this and I’ll post it next time. 🙂

What do you think of the campaign? Feel free to share your thoughts and ideas for the “It’s more fun in the Philippines” campaign. 🙂

Visit the links below for more info or to show your support:

It’s More Fun in the Philippines : True That!

Because of work and schedule conflicts last year, 2011, I wasn’t able to travel to anywhere in the Philippines. We had a couple of plans for out-of-town trips, but they all ended up being cancelled at the very last minute. This year, though, I swore I will travel more.

I may be not as outdoorsy as most travelers, but I do love discovering new places, taking a vacation away from work or anything stressful. Even when we went to a five-day vacation where we visited 4 destinations ala Amazing Race (starts here) and we all ended up dead tired afterwards, we all had a wonderful time and it made me realize how much I love travelling. And this year, I won’t let anything stop me from doing so. And I’m already signing up a couple of my friends to join me. 😉

It's more fun in the Philippines

This is exactly why I’m in full support of the new campaign of the Department of Tourism It’s More Fun in the Philippines. It is indeed a great conversation starter and I consider it a challenge for us Filipinos to prove or show the world how true that statement is. And this is also one of the reasons why I want to travel around the Philippines first before I head on out of the country.

Number 1 for Fun - Philippines

A large majority of foreigners who have been in the Philippines, met a Filipino, and/or have experienced our culture would agree that there are a lot of activities that are more fun in the Philippines. I was reading the Twitter feeds earlier in support of the campaign (#ItsMoreFunInThePhilippines and #1ForFun) and there were a ton of interesting responses. Here are some of them and a couple that I thought of earlier:

  • Asia without the language barrier because even those who weren’t able to go to school can understand or speak in basic English. Plus, all our street signs are in English.
  • Our ability to smile even when we’re stressed or when we feel like the whole world’s upon our shoulders. This is one of the reasons why, I think, we don’t have a lot of practicing shrinks / therapists here.
  • The family ties and how we value our bloodlines – amazing.
  • The long celebration of Christmas and New Year – one of the many reasons why Pinoys abroad do their best to come home during these holidays.
  • Generally, how we celebrate anything.
  • The beaches, the historic places, the mountains, the sceneries at our tourist spots – breath-taking!
  • The food – sinigang, adobo, kare-kare, tinola, LECHON.. I could go on and on, but I might end up eating before going to bed. LOL
  • Videoke – We LOVE our videoke. We love singing that’s why most Pinoys you’d meet can carry a tune and aren’t that tone-deaf.
  • Our complexion that most people from Western countries envy.
  • The words of respect – “po” and “opo”, “kuya”, “ate”.
  • The intense support we give to our countrymen who excel in different fields / industries, or even in music (Charice, for instance) or sports (like Manny Pacquiao).
  • Bargain shopping – Greenhills, Gilmore, Bambang, Ukay-ukay, Divisoria – need I say more?
  • Social media – we love our Twitter and Facebook, alright. Give us something you want to go viral on the web and we’ll do it while having fun. 🙂

I can think of more reasons why it’s more fun here in the Philippines just to remind you if in case you’re one of the haters of this campaign.

I’ve read negative comments about the slogan, some continuously mocking the idea saying it’s not original (because of a 60+ old ad from Switzerland using the “It’s more fun…” tagline), that they should’ve removed the “more” part, and some even mentioning the flaws of our country, our culture and the people. I mean, c’mon. SERIOUSLY? We always complain about crab mentality and that’s a PERFECT example right there.

This is a campaign to promote TOURISM in our country. Can’t we, even for a brief period of time, focus on the positive and actual FUN things about the Philippines, about being a Filipino and about living here?!

What’s worse is most of the people I see who are too vocal about the flaws of the Philippines are FILIPINOS.  *sigh* Really? Do you think the bad outweighs the good about our country? I mean, c’mon! For sure you can think of at least TEN things that are MORE FUN in the Philippines. Stop and think about it. That might change your mind. If you can’t think of any (what’s wrong with you?!), read through all the tweets of support – #ItsMoreFunInThePhilippines and #1ForFun.

I’m pretty sure majority of Filipinos here and abroad are well aware of the flaws of our country. But, please. We can always say bad things about everything since nothing and no one’s perfect. There are times that it’s better and MORE FUN to, even for a little while, look at the brighter side. It’s less stressful, trust me.

>>> Read this interesting commentary by Ted Te <<<

>>> Some think #It’sMoreFunToBash – I disagree <<<

 

VIRAL SUPPORT through PHOTOS

I’ve seen a lot of interesting photos shared by people on my network showcasing a ton of things to do and places that are more fun in the Philippines. Here are some of my favoritesBlogging - It's more fun in the Philippines

Of course, this one’s a favorite – Blogging. More fun in the Philippines, made by Fitz Villafuerte. I’m in the photo somewhere. 🙂

Fastfood Wars

So true. McDonald’s here can’t beat Jollibee. Even Pinoys who leave the country miss it a LOT.

Staring contest with Tarsier

Another one I found on one of the many FB pages made for the campaign. That’s the Tarsier you’d find in Bohol. 🙂

Here are my new favorites, made by Roland Benzon (see album here), most photos from Mon Corpuz. I LOVE the double entendre.. 🙂

Social Climbing - more fun in the PhilippinesCosplay - More fun in the PhilippinesHome improvement - More fun in the Philippines

It’s just wonderful that the new slogan for the DOT campaign is bringing out our creativity. Want to create your own FUN campaign poster / photo? Well, I wanted to so I went looking for the font they used for the campaign banner and I luckily found it on one of the many Facebook group pages that was created for the said tagline.

What font was used in the It’s More Fun in the Philippines campaign ? It’s Harabara, which you can download for free from dafont.

I’ve already thought of a couple of ideas for my own posters for this and I’ll post it next time. 🙂

What do you think of the campaign? Feel free to share your thoughts and ideas for the “It’s more fun in the Philippines” campaign. 🙂

Visit the links below for more info or to show your support:

The Tour of Hope 2011 – Cyclists Rally for Cervical Cancer Prevention

Growing up around my nanay who works as a Public Health nurse has made me aware of various diseases/sickness that one can suffer in life. However, that didn’t stop me from leading an unhealthy life when I was younger. It was just a couple of years ago when I took my health seriously after I found out I have a myoma in my ovary and also PCOS. After that discovery, I realized how much I wanted to have a baby of my own. And I hope it’s not too late for me yet.

The Tour of Hope 2011 - Going the Xtra Mile Against Cervical Cancer - JustAnotherPixel.net

This is why I am supporting the advocacy of Bravehearts, a non-profit organization, towards the prevention of cervical cancer – The Tour of Hope 2011- 500: Going the Xtra Mile Against Cervical Cancer.

A lot of people, both men and women, may not know that cervical cancer is the second most common female cancer in the world. Here in the Philippines alone, based on the reports, there are 12 Filipina who die of this cancer. Every woman is at risk. That’s why every woman should have herself checked for early detection, cure or prevention. If you’re scared, DO IT for your life partner, your kids, your parents, your loved ones!

Please take the time to watch the video below and I hope this would convince you to have yourself checked:

Going back, the Tour of Hope is a 500-km, 5-day journey from Manila to Laoag by cyclists who are in support of this advocacy. Their goal is to raise funds for cervical cancer prevention vaccination drives and seminars.

About the Tour of Hope Journey

The Tour of Hope will start at the Trinoma Mall in Quezon City on May 28, 2011. The cyclists will then continue on their journey to the following beautiful places in Northern Luzon:

  • Tarlac City, Tarlac
  • San Fernando, La Union
  • Vigan City, Ilocos Sur
  • Laoag City, Ilocos Norte
  • Paoay, Ilocos Norte

Celebrity bikers will be joining the last leg of the tour, which should help generate more support for the advocacy.

You can also show your support by spreading the word about the Tour of Hope and encouraging your female loved ones to visit their OB-GYNE regularly.

Here’s a copy of the press release about the Tour of Hope:

Cyclists Rally for Cervical Cancer Prevention on May 28

How far would you go to save 500 women?

For the dedicated cyclists of the upcoming “Tour of Hope 2011- 00: Going the Xtra Mile Against Cervical Cancer,” it will take 500 kilometers in 5 days. They will undertake the challenging 5-day journey from Manila to Laoag in order to help raise funds for cervical cancer prevention vaccination drives and seminars.

“What makes this year’s Tour of Hope different is that we are going to vaccinate a total of 500 women during the tour,” explains Abbygale Arenas-de Leon, Bravehearts president. “We wanted the tour to be more than just a way to spread awareness about cervical cancer prevention. We hope this will inspire more women to take action against this deadly but preventable disease.”

Bravehearts President Abbygale Arenas-De Leon sharing several facts and statistics about cervical cancer - JustAnotherPixel.netBravehearts President Abbygale Arenas-de Leon sharing several facts on cervical cancer.

Recently, the exciting details of the biggest anti-cervical cancer were revealed at the official launch of this year’s Tour of Hope, which was organized by Bravehearts in partnership with Team David’s Salon and GlaxoSmithKline. The event was held at R.O.X., the biggest outdoor sports and recreation hub in Southeast Asia and hosted by celebrity athlete Tricia Chiongbian-Concepcion, who will also be cycling to help save women from cervical cancer in the Tour of Hope.Team David Salon and Tessa Prieto-Valdes in support of Tour of Hope 2011  - JustAnotherPixel.net

In a country where cervical cancer claims the lives of 12 women everyday[1], the need to fight this disease has only become more urgent over the years.

“I would like to encourage women to be screened for cervical cancer regularly,” said Dr. Cecilia Llave, Program Director of the Cervical Cancer Prevention Network (CECAP). “The disease is treatable through early detection. In fact, not only is it treatable, it can also be avoided by living a healthy lifestyle and getting vaccinated.”

Dra. Cecila Llave, Director of CECAP encouraging women to visit their OB-GYNE regularly - JustAnotherPixel.net

Since The Tour of Hope started in 2008, it has generated approximately Php 2 million through sponsorships and pledges. These were then used for cervical cancer screening programs and lectures with the Cervical Cancer Prevention Network (CECAP).

However, if you think that The Tour of Hope is all about the bikers, think again. Over the past two years, the event organizers have formed partnerships with local government units such as those of Tarlac, Dagupan, Pampanga, La Union, and Baguio in order to conduct lectures during each stopover of the tour to local communities with marginalized groups who display poor health-seeking behavior.

What’s in Store for The Tour of Hope 2011

Aside from the challenging journey, The Tour of Hope has always been known for bringing its participants to scenic locations such as Vigan, Zambales, and Camarines Sur. This year is no exception. The Tour of Hope 2011 – 500: Going the Xtra Mile Against Cervical Cancer will kick off at the TriNoma Mall in Quezon City on May 28, 2011.

The first stop will be at Tarlac City, Tarlac. It is the home of President Noynoy Aquino’s ancestral house and Mount Pinatubo, where adventure-seeking 4×4 wheel drivers try their skills, and hikers visit the crater. The tour will then continue to San Fernando, La Union, where the renowned La Union Botanical Gardens is located. Afterwards, the bikers will head to Vigan City, Ilocos Sur, where historical churches and ancestral homes that reflect the beauty of old world architecture can be found. The fourth stop will be Laoag City, Ilocos Norte, where tourists often visit the Juan Luna Shrine. There, visitors can get a glimpse of the award-winning Spolarium painter’s life through vintage photographs and household artifacts. The final stop for this year’s Tour of Hope is Paoay, where bikers will get to see the unique blend of Spanish, Chinese, and architecture represented by Paoay Church, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The last leg of the tour will feature celebrity bikers such as Commissioner Gregorio Larrazabal, Marvin Kiefer, Rovilson Fernandez, Troy Montero, Aubrey Miles, Will Devaughn, Richie Hardin, Richard Herrera, Janna Victoria, Gem Padilla, Anthony Pangilinan, and David Charlton. They will be lending their star power to draw attention to a good cause. In addition, Tessa Prieto-Valdes is currently working on a special project that will also help raise funds for cervical cancer prevention.

As part of the preparations for the upcoming Tour of Hope, there will also be a Mini Tour of Hope that will be held on May 7 at Filinvest, Alabang. This is a great way for biking enthusiasts to show their support for the anti-cervical cancer advocacy, and everyone is invited to join.

Bravehearts Corporate Partners and The Tour of Hope 2011 sponsors - JustAnotherPixel.net

“On behalf of Bravehearts, I’d like to encourage everyone to join the fight against cervical cancer,” Abbygale Arenas-de Leon said. “For all the women, do it for your families and loved ones. And for all the men, I encourage you to support the cervical cancer prevention advocacy for your mothers, sisters, and daughters. With your help, thousands of lives can be saved.”

Vaccination of bikers joining the Tour of Hope 2011 - JustAnotherPixel.net

Bravehearts is a non-profit organization initially led by the Cervical Cancer Prevention Network (CECAP) for the Cancer Institute Foundation (CIF). It is dedicated to raising awareness on cervical cancer prevention and is supported by a growing number of women, including prominent personalities such as Abbygale Arenas-de Leon, who is the current president of the organization, Senator Loren Legarda, Pia Magalona, Ellen Tordesillas, Tessa Prieto-Valdes, Jeena Lopez, Maimai Davao, Joyette Jopson, and Suzi Entrata. For further inquiries, please email braveheartsphilippines@gmail.com. To be a part of The Tour of Hope 2011 – 500: Going the Xtra Mile Against Cervical Cancer, please email Joyette Jopson at joyette.jopson@gmail.com or contact her at 0917-8827352.

If you want to be part of The Tour of Hope 2011, the information you need can be found above. And, let’s spread the word. Thank you! 🙂