Do you ever catch yourself looking at troubling news or observing the surroundings and wondering, “Is there something more I can do?” As citizens, it’s our duty to protect and preserve our environment. Aside from proper segregation and recycling, here are Philippine organizations you can join to help save the Earth.
A HAPPY FIRST DAY.❤️ Lots of full furry hearts and tummies today at the #PAWSfurstDATE event! We open again at 1pm tomorrow. Last slot is at 5pm so if you are going to walk-in make sure to arrive by 4:30pm to be accommodated. Or better reserve your slot now through these steps: 1. Call or text 0925-5853004 to reserve your preferred time and day. You will receive a confirmation text for your slot. 2. Please arrive at least 30 minutes before your slot to choose which shelter cat or dog you want to go on a date with. 3. Make your Valentine's extra special by shopping for a souvenir from our special PAWS gift items. All proceeds go to the shelter. To browse through our animals dating profiles, search the hashtag "#50FurstDATES" on Instagram. Have a great Tuesday ahead PAWS friends and we hope to see you soon.❤️🐕🐈 #iSupportPAWS #NGO #advocacy #animallover #animalwelfare #animalshelter #aspin #doglover #igmanila #igphilippines #manila #asia #philippines #AdoptDontShop #PAWSphilippines
Animals deserve to be protected too. They play a big part in nature as well, so their welfare is our responsibility. At PAWS, you can assist in vet clinics and shelters, as well as participate in awareness campaigns by helping distribute pamphlets and brochures in barangays and neighborhoods.
OCEANA has protected more than 3.5 million square miles of ocean and marine life but there’s still a lot to be done. You can support them through donations by signing up on their website and joining more than 500,000 members all over the globe.
Tawi-Tawi, an island in the southernmost region of the Philippines, is one of the most underserved areas in the country. Very few people have access to clean water. Additionally, due to civil conflicts and the remoteness of the island, residents rarely receive aid. Here, Philippines Country Director, @carlodelantar, demonstrates the use of filters. Now, six island communities have access to clean water for their Barangay Health Centers; which provide medical attention to those that need it | Photo: @artunepo | #wavesforwater #w4wphilippines
This organization helps provide clean water to communities. You can get involved though joining their Courier Program, where you travel and distribute filters to poor or rural communities. You can also join or create a fundraiser to help raise money and promote the organization’s campaign for clean water.
We've teamed up with Pinoy Mountaineer for the fourth National Mountain Cleanup Day. Pioneered by Pinoy Mountaineer founder and WWF-Philippines Influencer Gideon Lasco, the event witnessed WWF-Philippines National Ambassadors Rovilson Fernandez (@rovilsonfernandez) and Iza Calzado (@missizacalzado), together with National Youth Council member Yza Nazal, joining the Mt. Makiling climb last July 9 2017. Here's a glimpse of what went down ⛰️
WWF’s mission is to help Filipinos create solutions to climate change, provide sustainable livelihood programs, as well as promote the conservation of land and marine life. You can take action by joining them in their social mobilization for the annual Earth Hour or becoming a volunteer photographer and videographer for their communications department.
If you’re a researcher, writer, blogger, or graphic designer, you can become a seatizen. Through these skills, you can take part in the campaigns. They also have a leadership program for youths where you will participate in workshops, outdoor activities, and pitch a project for implementation.
Save our forests, plant a tree! There are plenty of ways to support and volunteer at Haribon. Aside from tree planting, you can adopt seedlings, assist in research, provide exhibits, and create learning sessions. You can also support them by buying products from their Eco-shop here.
Clearing the coast during high noon. Plastics and trash all over Pasig river and Metro Manila are brought by ocean waves at Freedom Island's shoreline. @greenpeace Waste Warriors and together with @gaia.asiapacific cleans up the waterfront one plastic at a time. @jilson.tiu / Greenpeace #everydayclimatechange #breakfreefromplastic #singleuseplastic #plastic #everydayphilippines #everydayeverywhere #freedomisland #oceantrash
Greenpeace is all about confronting environmental abuse and providing solutions to save our planet from climate change destruction. At Greenpeace, you can help through online activism, attending jungle survival training, researching, or by simply making a donation monthly.