Hi, everyone! Just discovered something pretty exciting today! My humble Facebook page has reached 4,000 likes! 🙂 Well, technically, it’s nearing 4,100 likes now so I’m really very thrilled!
Daghang salamat, thank you very much for the support. Are we Facebook friends yet? If we aren’t yet, please do join me here: http://www.facebook.com/mindanaoanblogger
Now to celebrate, I’m giving away a couple of items in the next few weeks! 🙂
Let me start with these 🙂
Two winners will receive a PagBAG-o Project tote bag plus two pieces of Chorvita mini notepads by Tahanan Books each.
The PagBAG-o Project bags are made by female Typhoon Sendong survivors who now live at Xavier Ecoville. Read more about these bags and how buying them can help the livelihood of many women survivors at the said resettlement community.
As for the mini notepads – I found these at the recently concluded 2015 Manila International Book Fair. I thought they were pretty funny and cute 🙂 I’m giving two pads per winner!
Just to make things clear – there will be two winners. Each winner will receive a tote bag plus two mini note pads 🙂
Rules are simple. Follow the instructions indicated on the Rafflecopter box below: (there are two others tasks that aren’t mandatory but can increase your chances of winning)
IMPORTANT: Please leave the blog comment using the comment form and not the Facebook plugin. This way, I can see your email address and will use that to contact you, should you win 🙂
Winners will be picked randomly and electronically. I will send the prizes by courier so anybody from the Philippines can join 🙂 Winners will be announced by October 16, 2015 via the Mindanaoan Facebook Page.
Hope you can join! 🙂
Joined … Adik na ba ako? Hehe thanks and goodluck sa sasali pa…
Buying products made by Typhoon Sendong Survivors will surely continue to support them. I’ve heard of a a lot of products being made by them like this PagBAG-o tote and bags and there’s one I’m going to buy soon – that leather organizer I’ve been eyeing on.
We can continue to help the Typhoon Sendong survivors by buying the products that they’ve made. Their products are not that expensive so we can buy and give them as gifts to our family and friends here and abroad. 🙂
We can help them by giving them business. Buy their products. 🙂