Thursday, January 5, 2012

Better Bones Project ~

What is this Better Bones Project?

A group of individuals whose most of the founders are from aNR-BHS Storm Chasers. A group coming from different industries who wants to make a difference for the common good for our country. This group of individuals believes that for us to have a better country, every child should have the right to be given a chance to live a better life and live their dreams. But how can a child live a better future if a child doesn't have physical strength to achieve those dreams? Better Bones Project born. The project aims to help orphanages with their milk requirement, which is not included in their monthly budget, even for a month.

The Better Bones Project was put together with the goal of providing orphanages with milk supply to sustain the daily needs of a growing child. One 2.2kg of milk can provide 65 kids with a daily glass of milk. This project aims to raise 45 cans of milk each month for a specific orphanage beneficiary. But more importantly, we would like to find donors that will sustain at least a can of milk each month for these orphanages.

For the month of January, the group choose Asociacion de Damas de Filipinas,Inc. in Paco, Manila for their first try to raise the much cans of milk they needed.

The Asociacion de Damas de Filipinas, Inc. was founded on September, 1913. In 1919, Settlement House was established and had its first site on a building at Avenida Rizal St., Manila. It was used as a temporary shelter to indigent aged widows and orphans. Services to care of babies and small children were extended. In 1925, settlement house permanent site was established at 815 Canonigo St. Paco, Manila, now known as 1451 Pres. Quirino Ave., Paco, Manila.

Settlement House

With this, the group would like to seek for any kind of help from your kind heart. Let us open our hearts to fill these orphanages with happier and healthier kids.


You are also invited to join the Better-Bones-Project during the orphanage visits to cheer up these abandoned children.

For your donations, please contact Mark Leonard Manalo at +63 908 6491981 and
Racs Salcedo at +63 927 7732319.





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