Friday, November 29, 2013

Dodgeball tournament for a cause a big success




RESULTS OF THE CAMPAIGN:


LATEST NEWS from Myrna Pama Hill about the DODGEBALL TOURNAMENT held last December 1 at West Island School:

"Many thanks to all the volunteers and individuals who spent a lot of time to make food for us to sell!! The donation box raised $4,672 plus we received two generous checks of $1,000 and $10,000 each. This is on top of the team entry fees and other donations made prior to the event (figure unknown just yet) plus a couple of donations that are still pending!! Can't wait to see the final figure and we will make sure to keep you generous people updated with the results ASAP!! It's not too late to donate and all money raised is going towards restoring the livelihoods of those affected by typhoon Haiyan. Thank you to everyone who came :):) you guys rock"


THANK YOU MYRNA and to our energetic and fantastic WIMLER youth volunteers!

THANK YOU LORNA DARTON FOR THE CUPCAKES

THANK YOU LADIES, GREAT TEAM!

BREAKING NEWS!


Myrna Pama Hill, one of the directors of WIMLER HK  informed just now that all systems go for DODGEBALL tournament for a cause. All proceeds will go to WIMLER Foundation HK to help the victims of typhoon Haiyan.
This event is being organized by three enthusiastic young people Raisha Asnani, Kisten Hill, and Zahra Jamshed.

WHEN: Sunday, December 1, 2013
TIME: 6:00 pm
WHERE: West Island School250 Victoria Road, PokfulamHong Kong Island


Five teams have already registered but possibly there will be seven teams competing.

GOOD NEWS: 


The organizers also decided to sell snacks, finger foods and drinks to raise more money.

We need volunteers to:

1) Help sell foods
2) Take pictures of the event
We also welcome food donation.

If you are interested to help or donate food, please contact Myrna Pama Hill: 98038049

THANKS A LOT TO OUR SPONSORS FOR YOUR SUPPORT:

Savva Shots Lavish DrinksBlue ButcherMacao Lisboa HotelBlohk PartySnow ClubLorna Darton - cupcakesMalou Dancel – spring rollsKong Wong – Fried ChickenMyrna Pama Hill – hotdogs prepared on the spot 


BIG, BIG THANKS TO OUR YOUNG AND DYNAMIC EVENT ORGANIZERS!

Raisha Asnani, Kirsten Hill and Zahra Jamshed

Zahra and Kirsten


Friday, November 22, 2013

Dodgeball teams hold tournament for a cause to help typhoon Yolanda victims


From Myrna Pama Hill – Contact person Iloilo Fund Raising Drive


Kirsten N Hill, Raisha Asnani, and Zahra Jamshed are organizing a DODGEBALL tournament on Thursday, November 28. The Dodgeball tournament will help raise money to help the victims of Typhoon Haiyan/Yolanda in the Philippines. ALL proceeds will directly go to Wimler Foundation HK. The Wimler Foundation plans to use all contributions to help smaller towns that have not seen any attention, such as Bantayan Island (Cebu), Coron (Palawan), Estancia and Passi (Iloilo).  

To find out more about the organization visit http://wimler.blogspot.hk/

Any other questions or concerns regarding the tournament, please feel free to contact:
Raisha at 97762377 or dontstopballieving@gmail.com

Venue:
LRC
10 Old Peak Road, Mid-levels, Hong Kong

Sign your team up NOW!  $2000 per team.

Teams must consist of both genders and between 6-10 players.
If you don't have enough people, contact us anyway and we'll try and put a team together for you.

Please PM this event or email dontstopballieving@gmail.com with the following information:

TEAM NAME
NAMES AND CONTACT NO. OF ALL PLAYERS IN THE TEAM

WHAT TO BRING:
$2000 in cash on the day. (IT'S ALL FOR CHARITY!)
COMFORTABLE CLOTHING/SHOES AND TEAM SPIRIT!

Prizes will be given to 1st, 2nd and 3rd placed teams.

BONUS PRIZE: best dressed team. So gear up and get giving!

How the tournament works?
Each team will compete in 10 min games of dodgeball. The winners will advance to the semi-finals, and compete in another 10 min game of dodgeball. The finalists will then face each other in a 20min game that will crown the champions!
There is only room for 8 teams, so sign up soon!

How to play dodgeball?


Official Rules - The National Amateur Dodgeball Association

The National Amateur Dodgeball Association was created as a recreational pursuit for non-traditional sport

Saturday, November 16, 2013

WIMLER finally connects with local partners in Iloilo

November 25, 2013

WIMLER Foundation HK finally released the amount of HK$ 20,000 for Estancia, Iloilo care of Ref. Fr. Tomas D. Delicana, JR. of St. Joseph Parish in Pototan, Iloilo. The amount will be used to buy 65 sacks of rice +/- to be distributed in Estancia, one of the hardest areas hit by typhoon Yolanda.

The parish is organizing a caravan anytime this week to bring the relief goods.
---------

It was extremely difficult to establish contacts with Iloilo City to help us deliver our relief goods to Estancia, hardest hit town in Iloilo.  WIMLER HK will also assist affected families in Passi City. 


WATCH: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oer8XPSbgfw


Our contact person there is Noemi Paccial Paniza, member of PASSI City, Balik sa Bayan, Inc., an association of migrants, expatriates, and their families from Passi City. In Hong Kong, WIMLER HK is coordinating with PASSINHON Group care of Ma. Wilma Padura.

PASSI HK already sent boxes containing relief goods to Passi City while Myrna Pama, one of the directors of WIMLER HK and focal person for Iloilo Relief fund campaign has already sent blankets and noodles for the victims in Passi City.


Myrna Pama Hill, one of directors of  WIMLER Foundation HK arranged this shipment
intended for victims in Passi City
.

ESTANCIA

After a long search, WIMLER Foundation HK finally connected with Marvin Bionat of Pototan, Iloilo and Joefel Resol of Patronage of St. Joseph also in Pototan. WIMLER Foundation HK is partnering with the local Patronage of St. Joseph Parish in Pototan to deliver the relief goods. Both are willing to arrange distribution of Wimler's relief goods to Estancia.

Those who want to help victims in the coastal towns of northern Iloilo, the local parish is accepting donations (cash or kind) as they prepare a caravan to deliver assistance (first trip is Nov 20, Wednesday). Focus will be on rehabilitation (not just a quick handing out of a meal pack), so donations may include construction materials, seeds, etc. Contact Joefel Resol at 09105696706 if you want to help and/or join the trip. 

WIMLER is now preparing for the first shipment. Leny Ramada, a relative of Myrna Pama (one of the directors of WIMLER HK) will try to bring some relief goods tomorrow evening when she flies to Iloilo City.

WIMLER's plan to get involved in the rehabilitation program in cooperation with migrant domestoc workers from Passi who are working in Hong Kong, Canada, USA, among others.

For Estancia, WIMLER HK decided to extend the initial amount of HK$ 20,000.

Situation Report: Estancia, Iloilo

Below is a situation report prepared by Marvin Bionat  for the town of Estancia (hardest-hit town here in Iloilo). 

Date: November 16, 2013

Population: 42,666 (2010 census)

Number of Barangays: 25

General impact: According to Vice Governor Tupas, who went to the area for an ocular inspection, Estancia was 100 percent devastated. The municipal mayor reported that 99 percent of houses were destroyed or damaged.

Number of dead: The body count in Estancia according to the Iloilo Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (PDRRMC) as of November 14 is 86, many of whom are unidentified (a number may be fishermen from nearby islands). That is close to half the total deaths in the entire province of Iloilo (which has reached 189). Number of missing in Estancia is 9.

Oil spill compounds the problem: A National Power Corporation barge, with a maximum capacity of 1.2 million liters of diesel fuel, was toppled and slammed against the rocky coastline of Barangay Botongon, Estancia, crushing houses and now leaking diesel fuel. Coast Guard Commander Athello Ybanez has estimated that some 150,000 liters has washed ashore and another 50,000 liters is still on the water surface. Most people in the area are fishermen, so their main source of living is disrupted.

Note that Estancia has island barangays (e.g., Bayas and Loguingot), and because private motorboats were destroyed or swept away, provision of relief goods was initially limited to military helicopters and Navy boats. There are media reports of families still not getting any aid.







Sources:








Friday, November 15, 2013

WIMLER extends aid to Bantayan Islands, Cebu

From: Joy Arenas-Tadios
Focal Person: Bantay para sa Bantayan

"My friend Mylene S. Villanueva, who used to live in Hong Kong, sent a private message in Facebook asking for help in Bantayan Island. Most of the news coverage are centered in Tacloban, Leyte  thus aids and other relief goods are directed to that place leaving Bantayan and other provinces in dire need of help. Myles connected us with her sister who is based in Cebu, Doctor Karen Seville-Fernan, for further information of what are the priority needs of the Island."




Bantayan Island is located in the Visayas Region at the northern part of Cebu Island. Based on the 2010 census, it has a total population of around 136,000.

Doc Karen (Nov. 11, private message) informed us that 90% of Bantayan Island is completely devastated by Typhoon Yolanda. In the mainland, one barangay (Sitio Baluarte, Suba) was totally washed out followed by Barangay Talisay in Sta. Fe and the one in Madridejos. The total number of affected households reached 19,491 including the  892 households in Suba.  As of November 12, Doc Karen was able to gather some amount to transport the first batch of relief goods that family friends and employees are able to contribute. They intend to bring the goods themselves this Saturday November 15 and distribute in the community as information reached them that local government officials are prioritizing people who voted for them during the local election. Her team will asses the area this weekend to check what other needs are to be prioritized. She already flagged that for basic necessities they need canned goods, blankets, toiletries and water. But for long term help, she will check how many families in the severely hit barangay would need GI sheets for the roofing or even nipa (traditional roofing material made of leaves). Medicines are already covered as pharmaceutical companies have already donated.

Some news items and photos of Bantayan Island:

In-kind donations for Bantayan, Cebu relief drive

Names
Items
Yssa Cornelio
Noodles, canned goods, used towels but in good condition
Rowena Velo and friends
Soaps, toothpaste  
Mer Paredes
Toothpastes, canned goods, some noodles and ready to eat food, used clothes in good condition
Valerie Yap
Used towels in good condition (3pcs)
Pooja Pant
Used towels in good condition (3 pcs), used blankets in good condition
Nadira Lamrad and friends
4 packs diapers of various sizes, sanitary napkins and antibiotic creams
Luz, Myles’s friend
Toothpastes, soaps, used clothes in good condition, 2 packs of pasta, some canned goods
Judy Pacali
Used blankets in good condition, used clothes in good condition
Filipinas Mungcal
Used shirts and pants in good condition
Roshan Harjani
3 pcs fleece blankets brand new, 3 pcs used towels in good condition, used blankets in good condition, kids clothes

Lubert and Abigail Tan
Used clothes in good condition, kids clothes
Zarah Chiu
Used clothes in good condition
Sheena Martinez and Joy Arenas
Sponsored 1 BIDA box worth $685
Myrna Maco
Used clothes in good condition
Ella and Kate Arenas
Kids clothes and toothbrushes

UPDATES:

                                  Four hundred blankets will be sent by air tomorrow (21.11.2013)
                                  from Manila to Cebu City. Final destination: BANTAYAN ISLANDS

Joy Arenas-Tadios' and family preparing the goods for shipment to Bantayan.
Joy is one of the members of  the Board of WIMLER HK and the
focal person for Bantayan Relief Drive

November 23, 2013

Here ‘s the Nov 23 update from our contact person Dr. Karen Fernan:
A total of 103 trapals (laminated sacks) were distributed to Barangays Pooc, Poblacion and Marikaban in Sta. Fe, Bantayan Islands. Her friend Joan Nepangue led the distribution yesterday. Another set of trapals are to be distributed in Botong islet. The trapals are used as temporary shelters of the typhoon affected families.

A local team of volunteers from Cebu distributed the first batch of tarpauins (trapals) in Bantayan Islands. Thank you Dr. Karen, Joan, etc. WIMLER HK is now preparing for the next bigger shipment. Joy Tadios-Arenas, one of the directors of WIMLER Foundation who leads the Bantayan relief operations, is now preparing for the next shipment. We still need more tarpaulins, blankets, canned goods, etc. HOWEVER, due to high cost of shipping, we would like to ask our donors to contribute CASH not goods. WIMLER volunteers will buy the goods in Cebu City. This will save us from shipping cost. THANK YOU to our donors especially City University of Hong Kong, USA Pinoys, and Friends of Wimler.



















CARING FOR CORON

A Relief Aid Operation for the Victims of Super Typhoon Yolanda



WIMLER Foundation Hong Kong joins many individuals and organizations worldwide in raising funds and collecting goods to help the victims of Super Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan) which claimed the lives of an estimated 10,000 people. Leyte and Samar provinces suffered most of the brunt of the devastating typhoon claimed to be the strongest typhoon ever recorded in the world.

Focusing on the other affected areas which do not get as much news coverage and government support, WIMLER Foundation has decided to help and send relief goods to smaller towns in the more remote areas that have also suffered extensive damages and destruction, specifically, the several baranggays or villages in Coron, Palawan that were wiped out by the catastrophe.

The direct beneficiaries of the WIMLER Foundation HK include three remote baranggays in Coron, Palawan - Baranggay San Jose, Baranggay Decalachao and Baranggay Cheoy, small villages that are marginalized and have been cut off from the relief aid being provided by the local government of the municipality of Coron.

One of the residents of the recipient baranggays, Ms Catherine Tating Marsden, who is currently based in Hong Kong, has personally volunteered to organize this humanitarian aid operation and will also personally travel back to these baranggays to mobilize and supervise aid distribution.

Aside from WIMLER Foundation, Tao Philippines in Manila is also helping us by accommodating our goods for storage until they are shipped. There are also good hearted people who adopted Catherine’s cause and made it their own, now actively involved in her operation.

WIMLER Foundation HK encourages CASH Donations so that we can be able to send the immediate relief goods such as baby formula, feeding bottles, clean water, rice, medicine, blankets & family tents as soon as possible.

We need all the help that we can get. Every little bit of help counts.

If you would like to know more about the WIMLER Foundation, please visit the following links:

https://www.facebook.com/pages/WIMLER-Foundation-Hong-Kong-Ltd/221584064590815

For anyone interested to join the Caring for Coron team as a volunteer, please feel free to join us at the Caring for Coron Facebook group:

https://www.facebook.com/groups/555332794551753/

MEET THE UP Mountaineers Search and Rescue


The team will be composed of 12 people, half of whom are either doctors or highly trained emergency responders. The non-medical personnel will help with either coordination/documentation or the distribution of relief supplies. The team members are:

Team 1
1. MG Ebro (EMT)
2. Peter Rivera (MD)
3. Ninoy Leyran
4. Drei Castillo
5. Nat Benares (EMT)
6. Aaron Root (EMT)

Team 2

7. Manny Batungbacal
8. Carlo Timbol (MD)
9. Scott Rist (EMT
10. Reena Lebanan
11. Ramon Vizmanos
12. Jay Reynaldo

Ninoy Leyran will be Overall Team Leader and Coordinator for Team 1, while Manny Batungbacal will be Coordinator for Team 2. I will be the team's contact person in Manila. You can also contact me through this e-mail address or via mobile (+639209242183).

Both teams will be departing on Saturday (Nov. 16) on separate Cebu Pacific flights. The first team arrives in Coron at 1:20 p.m., while the other one will reach there at 2:00 p.m. Both teams depart the island on Monday (Nov. 18) afternoon.

We have established contact in Coron with Dr. Joseph Tradio, who is coordinating the deployment of medical teams in the area. Through other local contacts, we have also already made arrangements for transportation and lodging. However, the teams are also self-contained, and should the need arise, they can set up camp and stay in a needed location.

Through separate local contacts, we have also secured official damage assessment reports from Coron and Busuanga. I have pasted in below the relevant details for the target sites:

- Cheey/Cheay is one of the hardest hit barangays in Busuanga, 528 families affected.

- San Jose in Coron has 279 families. 250 of the families have either totally or partially damaged houses. Overall damage including livelihood is estimated at 90%.

- Decalachao, also in Coron, has 270 families. No information on damage in the area.

- Immediate needs are:

a. Drinking water for island barangays
b. Toiletries (toothbrush, toothpaste, soap etc.)
c. First aid supplies/medicines
d. AM Radio
e. Clothes
f. Shelter and beddings (linens, sheets, etc)
g. Food (e.g rice, canned food, coffee etc.)

As previously discussed, the objective of the teams will be to reach and provide relief services to these areas. However, given the reduced number of team members and the timeframe for operations, we would like to caution that there may be a need to prioritize among the sites. We will be conducting our final pre-deployment meeting tonight and we will discuss the best approach in order to maximize the effectiveness of the team. Once in Coron, the team will also be exchanging information with our local counterparts to determine the best course of action.

UPDATES OF THE CAMPAIGN:

Note from Catherine Tating Marsden:

November 12, 2013:

“I am on a mission to save at least 7,000 lives of which majority are the indigenous people of Coron, the “Tagbanuas” and help them get back on their feet until the rehabilitation stage. If you wish to adopt my cause, kindly indicate in your donations “Yolanda-Coron”.
I’m personally flying to Coron on Saturday, November 14th, 2013, bringing with me an Emergency Response Team from a volunteer group called UP Mountaineers, composed of medical personnel & relief distribution coordinators.


We need cash to help us mobilize. Funds donated through WIMLER will be used to purchase relief goods and for rehabilitation. Any help extended to my team is deeply appreciated."

November 16, 2013


Update from Coron :

I've just received word that the team (UP UP Mountaineers Search & Rescue Team (UPMSAR)& WIMLER Foundation Hong Kong Ltd.'s Cathe Kit) has landed safely in Coron.

They have established a base camp at a school in Brgy. San Jose and are conducting a community census to determine needs on the ground. They will begin the actual medical mission tomorrow. I will be receiving another update at 10 p.m.

Best regards,

Jom

November 17, 2013


Our team is now in Coron to provide medical aid in three baranggays (San Jose, Decalachao, and Cheey). The team split up to two smaller groups to make use of their time more efficiently and attend to more people.
Communications is erratic, so we will provide more updates as they come. We wish the team well.


This mission was made possible through the assistance of Cebu Pacific, Hizon Laboratories, and all  generous individuals who donated funds to buy medicines and other supplies.

November 19, 2013



Please see some pictures of our relief distribution here:

Tuesday, November 12, 2013

Fund raising initiatives to help victims of typhoon Yolanda

ILAN CAFE - BAR & CASA DE MODAS


ILAN CAFE - BAR & CASA DE MODAS

Sharing with you the initiative of one of the Friends of WIMLER. Please support their cause to help the victims.

If you go out and wants to enjoy a drink, please visit their bar at Lan Kwai Fong. 10% of their sales  from November 12 - December 10, 2013 will be donated to the relief drive of WIMLER for victims of typhoon Yolanda.



ZUMBA Fitness Fund Raising drive for victims of typhoon Yolanda 






RESULT OF THE CAMPAIGN: HK$ 5,388.30

Just in from JUN AND ARLYN:

Hi Everyone,

Good news, the ZUMBA party last night was good. We were able to raise HK$5,388.30. I will deposit the money later this morning.

We want to thank Wimler for allowing us this opportunity to be able to help our fellow Kababayans cope up with the aftermath of Typhoon Yolanda.

More power to Wimler and hope to be able to work with you more on similar events. God bless.

On behalf of all those who donated, thanks.


Jun & Arlyn


THAN YOU SO MUCH JUN AND ARLYN AND THOSE WHO DONATED AND PARTICIPATED THE FUND RAISING EVENT

MESSAGE FROM ZUMBA FITNESS & YOGA

I am very proud & happy to announce that with the ZUMBA PARTY for the victims of super typhoon Yolanda held on Mon, 18th of Nov, 2013, we were able to raised HK$5,888.30 for the victims of Typhoon Yolanda to help them in rebuilding their lives. All net proceeds and money from the donation box that was passed around, included on the said total amount as well is a $500 transfer to Wimler account from one of Arlyn's ZUMBA/Yoga client, "Vera", who was not able to attend but generously donated instead. We are very proud & happy that in our own small "ZUMBA way" we all danced ourselves to fitness and help others. God bless all those who donated and have contributed to the success if this ZUMBA event and help our fellow Filipinos back home. On behalf of WIMLER Foundation Hong Kong and our Fellow Pinoys, your help and contribution is very much appreciated indeed and thank you.

Btw, we chose the Wimler Foundation Hong Kong as my husband, Jun personally know their Founder and we are both confident that the money raised will directly benefit the Typhoon victims through the WIMLER Foundation Hong Kong.

As per Jun, Leila Noel-Rispens, Wimler founder, is a wee woman but quite a character and a handful too when it comes to the well being and protection of all Migrant Workers globally. She also has a very big heart and the wit and charisma to match, whether dealing with people in authority or with any ordinary folks. Jun worked with her in some projects for the Filipino community here in HK and he speaks very highly of her. She is a very vocal advocate and a fighter for the rights of all Migrant Workers globally. She has help a lot of our Kababayans and WIMLER Foundation is also her way of giving back to the community. Wimler's main advocacy and "pet" project is sending poor but promising child to school through the help of this foundation. Just want to mention one very fine example of their "Send a child to school" project, for HK500 only, a donor can help support and send a child to school for one school year.

If you want to know more about Wimler Foundation Hong Kong and WIMLER Foundation Philippines and their very meaningful work and advocacy/ies, below are some links you can visit.

Thanks also for the support from our friends and the others who help. Our deepest gratitude. Special thanks to my daughter, Kiera, who led onstage the opening ZUMBA dance of the night to the tune of "Roar". You made me proud my daughter. She sort of told me off onstage when I missed a step.

CUPCAKE THAT CARES

RESULTS OF THE CAMPAIGN:

Thank you Anni Day of Annie's Sweet Treats for contributing the entire proceeds of Cupcake that Cares. Fifteen boxes were sold. WIMLER HK will receive HK$ 2,250  for the benefit of typhoon Yolanda victims.





Photo Credits: Ivy Ng, Anna Martinez

Sharing with you the Initiative of our Friend of WIMLER Annie Day of Annie's Sweet Treats to help WIMLER Foundation raise funds.PLEASE SUPPORT HER CAUSE, all proceeds will be donated to WIMLER's fundraising drive for typhoon yolanda victims.
You can also contact WIMLER Board of directors for orders, or contact Annie's Sweet Treats directly.


WIMLER HK Kicks off fund raising drive to help victims of Typhoon Yolanda

Updated 12.12.2013


WIMLER Foundation Hong Kong joins many individuals and organizations worldwide in raising funds and collecting goods to help the victims of typhoon Yolanda which claimed the lives of estimated 10,000 people. Leyte and Samar provinces suffered most of the brunt of the devastating typhoon claimed to be the strongest typhoon ever recorded.


Sta. Fe, Bantayan, Islan, Cebu..Phto courtesy of Bibi delos Reyes via RAPPLER.

The directors of WIMLER held a board meeting yesterday evening and agreed that our modest contributions will go to Bantayan Island, Cebu and Coron, Palawan. Help in these areas are minimal at the moment since most of the relief is concentrated in Leyte and rightfully so.

So far, we have groups and individuals which expressed interest to initiate fund raising drives in partnership with WIMLER HK.


This article is especially created to record all these initiatives, the donations we  received, and the progress of the drive.



Thanks to those who sent us messages with your interests to help the victims.

You can send your donation to:

Account name: WIMLER FOUNDATION HONG KONG LTD.
Account Number: 801-079963-838
Bank: HSBC Hong Kong
BIC code bank (SWIFT address): HSBCHKHHHKH
Bank Address: 1 Queen’s Road Central, Hong Kong (SAR)


Please include reference- " Typhoon Yolanda Victims"

WIMLER Foundation HK being a charitable organization or trust of a public character is exempt from tax under section 88 of the Inland Revenue Ordinance.  Donations sent to WIMLER HK are tax deductible as far as HK laws allowed.

Then, please send copy of your deposit slip to leila.rispens-noel@wimler.org


If you need a receipt, kindly send email message to leila.rispens-noel@wimler.org.


THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT.


"Gift no matter how small is better than nothing"

STATUS OF DONATION

as of March 29, 2014

 
 
NO.
DONORS
AMOUNT IN HK$
TOTAL
Earmarked
1
Anonymous
300.00
300.00

2
Marcie Lockwood
1,000.00
1,300.00

3
Sheena Martinez                             
500.00
1,800.00

4
Annemarie Torre
300.00
2,100.00

5
Rowena Tabilin
1,395.00                         
3,495.00

6
Anonymous
2,000.00
5,495.00
Coron
7
Liezl Jane Yulo                               
300.00
5,795.00

8
Anonymous
50.00
5,845.00

9
Erlin Feliciano                                 
200.00
6,045.00

10
Kwuk Yuk Yin Petty                       
1,500.00
7,545.00
Bantayan
11
Peachy Viniegra-Lin
1,000.00
8,545.00
Coron
12
Nancy Lim
300.00
8,845.00

13
Ton van Asperen
1,000.00
9,845.00

14
Marco Andreas Christiaan Veringa                  
4,500.00
14,345.00

15
Gloria Taripe
500.00
14,845.00

16
Various Donors
c/o Joy Tadios-Arenas
4,800.00
19,645.00
Bantayan
17
Craig R W Giova                              
500.00
20,145.00

18
Anna Martinez
2,000.00
22,145.00
Bantayan
19
Various Donors
c/o Joy Tadios-Arenas
7,700.00
29,845.00
Bantayan
20
Jun and Arlyn Fermin
5,388.30
35,233.30

21
Carina Roncesvalles (proceeds from hangout Fundraiser
2,725.00
37,958.30
Coron
22
Abigail Camaya Hills                       
850.00
38,808.30
Coron
23
Carina Hsu
500.00
39,308.30
Estancia/Passi
24
Kirsten Hill
500.00
39,808.30
Estancia/Passi
25
Auluxa Company
8,000.00
47,808.30
Estancia/Passi
26
Colin Barlow
500.00
48,308.30
Estancia/Passi
27
c/o Joy Tadios-Arenas
700.00
49,008.30
Bantayan
28
Ranny Y.
500.00
49,508.30

29
Dickon B.
500.00
50,008.30

30
Samy R.
500.00
50,508.30

31
SWIFT APAC                  Euro 5,000
52,272.00
102,780.30

32
Rene Platevoet
Euro 100
1,045.40
103,825.70

33
Cupcake that cares proceeds
2,250.00
106,075.70

34
Dodgeball Tournament Overall Proceeds and Donations
27,092.00
133,167.00
Estancia/Passi City/Ajuy, Iloilo
35
Friends of Myrna (Bangkok)
           3,000.00
122,167.00
Estancia/passi City/Ajuy, Iloilo
36
Regaltex HKK
           1,000.00
123,167.00
Estancia/Passi City/Ajuy, Iloilo
37
Grantex
         10,000.00
133,167.00

38
ISAFED Foundation
           3,000.00
136,167.00

39
Box Donation c/o Myrna
              992.00
137,159.00
Estancia/Passi City/Ajuy/Iloilo
40
Ilan Ltd
           2,000.00
139,159.00


TOTAL DONATION

139,159.00











    Financial Report
Fund Raising Drive for Victims of Typhoon Haiyan
              as  of March 11, 2014
           in HK$
REVENUES
Donation
Coron, Palawan
       6,575.00
Bantayan, Cebu
     16,700.00
Iloilo
     37,584.00
General Donation
     78,300.70
Total Revenues
   139,159.70

 139,159.70
LESS: EXPENDITURES
Purchase and transport of Relief Goods
    Coron c/o Joey Zaballero
       4,000.00
    Bantayan c/o Joy Arenas
       4,762.00
    Bantayan c/o Joey Zaballero
       4,000.00
    Bantayan c/o Janet Karen           Fernan
       2,000.00
    Bantayan c/o Janet Karen           Fernan
       1,895.00
    Bantayan c/o Anna Martinez
       1,317.75
    Estancia c/o Fr. Tom Delicana
     20,000.00
     37,974.75
  
 37,974.75
Bank Charges:
     Remittanes for Bantayan,            Cebu
610.00
        610.00
     Shipping Costs (HKK for            Coron)
880.00
        880.00
Total Expenditures
   39,464.75
   39,464.75
Reserved for reimbursement Raisha Asnani
     7,110.00
     7,110.00
  (Expenses during Dodgeball tournament)

Balance as of March 29, 2014
  
92,584.95





Note:

1.) As of March 29, 2014, there is a balance of HK$ 92,584.95 intended for rehabilitation project. The amount will be allocated as follows:

AreaAmount RaisedFunds Released     Balance
Coron, Palawan (purchase of goods)           6,575.00            4,880.00     1,695.00
Bantayan, Cebu:         16,700.00          14,584.75     2,115.25
  (includes purchase of relief goods,
  shipping costs, and bank charges)
Iloilo (Estancia HK$ 20,000)         37,584.00          27,110.00   10,474.00
   (includes Reserved Reimbursement Raisha Asnani 
Not allocated Funds         78,300.70    78,300.70
Total   92,584.95

The balance will be used for second wave of assistance to Bantayan, Cebu and Estancia/Banate, Ilolilo to support rehabilitation program. Funds will be released as soon as agreement with beneficiaries/local partners are finalized. Target Date: April 2014


Remitted to WIMLER Phil. Account

1            Efrain Jimenez (Mexico)                    8,511.62               8,511.62
2            Tita Potenciano (USA)                      2,237.00              10,748.62
3            Kathleen Marasigan (USA)                4,200.00              14,948.62  

In Euro

1            Marie-Jose Schwegler                        Euro 100
2            Geert and Ermy van den Berg             Euro 200  (less Euro 12.50
                                                                                 bank charges) 

UPDATES FROM OUR FOCAL PERSONS:


A. Bantayan Island, Cebu


Doc Karen Seville-Fernan
09229500929
Mactan Medical & Dental Center Inc.
2nd Floor Mactan Marina Mall,
MEZ 1, Lapu-Lapu City
T: +63-32-3407693 T: +63-32-3407683

11.12.2013

From Karen:
•           Hi! please call me Karen ( can i call you joy..). Actually 90% ng Bantayan Island  is devastated. But yes, true enough in Bantayan mainland there's one barangay that was washed out, Suba sitio Baluarte, then Sta Fe, barangay Talisay, and then Madridejos. Houses located near the sea were all washed out.  I still have to check on these sites again on Saturday when I go there for medical relief operation. Hopefully, after this weekend will go back to again help out.

 I hope this time with the the staff of Mactan Med where I work and with your help, we hope we can donate GI sheets for the roof. I heard we can get it at around 350 pesos more or less.  You can also suggest  that's the one I can think about for now, kasi with the medicines we can just ask that from the representatives. 

Thank you so much Joy for the concern, it breaks my heart to see the victims. God Bless and stay safe.
By the way, they said  Bantayan  is already accessible. We hope we can already travel by RoRo so we can bring  the goods there as well. Will send you pix when I get there.

* Here are the figures: 




Bantayan  90% total damage. 

Some Barangays and households affected: 


Mojon                  750
Oboob                 680
 Patao               1,300
Putian                  300 
Sillon                   989
Suba                    892
Sungko                 900
Sulangan           1,110
Tamiao                550
Ticad                1,450 
Lipayran              780