Sign-up, Volunteer, Give and help #rebuildPH with Coca-Cola Philippines in partnership with the Philippine Red Cross and Habitat For Humanity. The cause to rebuild Visayas struck by Typhoon Yolanda should be a continuous project. Coca-Cola Philippines called all Pinoys to share happiness on Chinese New Year's Eve at the Araneta Center last night with Coca-Cola Philippines ambassadors Kathryn Bernardo, Julia Montes, Joseph Marco, Enchong Dee and Robi Domingo. Also present were candidates of the Bb. Pilipinas with Phil. Red Cross Richard Gordon, Coca-Cola Philippines Foundation President Cecile Alcantara, Habitat Philippines President Charlie Ayco and Coca-Cola Philippines Atty. Adel Tamano.
Over 200,000 families through its partnership with Phil.Red Cross, DSWD and AFP were given aid and Coca-Cola System raised Php10M worth of cellphone load to aid survivors of the typhoon. Coca-Cola commits to continue helping with key sustainability programs on education, nutrition, livelihood and water access to typhoon-hit areas. So far, Coca-Cola had donated more than $2.5M to aid in the relief operations of Typhoon Yolanda last November and its foundation had obtained more than Php4M from the company's employees. Coca-Cola assets also eased relief operations lending its Tacloban bottling plant used by UN World Food Programme as a warehouse.
Habitat For Humanity is targeting to build 30,000 core houses and distribute 30,000 shelter repair kits for Yolanda victims. The event featured performances by Banda ni Kleggy, Kean Cipriano, Callalily, 6CycleMind and Eunice of Gracenote. We were told Coca-Cola Philippines ambassador Enchong Dee donated blood to help #rebuildPH and it isn't difficult to share what you can and what you have. Simply visit www.cokeurl.com/rebuildPH for more details. Don't forget to follow @CocaCola_PH on Twitter and Instagram for more updates.