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The flooding has affected more than 63,000 families or 338,000 individuals half of them children in some 260 barangays (villages). UNICEF has dispatched supplies to the affected areas including: water kits, water treatment, to ensure safe, clean water; hygiene kits containing soap, toothbrushes and personal hygiene items.
Donate through UNICEF Philippines and help children and families in Mindanao affected by Sendong. UNICEF is also preparing to send tents and tarpaulins for temporary shelter; vitamin A for mothers and infants; breastfeeding education materials to reduce the risk of infant mortality; and recreation kits so children can play and begin to have a sense of normalcy.
Donate now through UNICEF Philippines. Log on to www.unicef.ph or https://donate.unicef.ph. You may also call (632) 758-1000 or (632) 758-1442. Check out UNICEF Philippines' social media accounts: Facebook (Facebook.com/unicefphilippines) and Twitter (Twitter.com/unicefphils).
For local wire transfers, you may deposit your donation to UNICEF Philippines' Metrobank account: UNICEF C/A No: 066-7-06631209-3 and for international wire transfers: UNICEF C/A no: 066-7-00141392-5 with Swift Code: MBTCPHMM.
UNICEF Philippines has Fundraisers on the ground in partner malls. For corporate donations, contact Ms. George Belardo at firstname.lastname@example.org and mobile number +639178844982.
December 17, 2011
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Don Henrico’s RUN Finishers will get the following right after the run on their respective tent on a per category level:
· FREE 500 Cash Vouchers (subject to terms and conditions stated on it)
· FREE Slice of Pizza on a first-come-first serve basis and is available until supply lasts
· Don Henrico’s RUN Certificate of Participation
And to make things even better, the top three placers of male and female for each category will receive medals and cash prizes:
· P5,000/ P4,000 & P3,000 for the top 3 winners of 10K run
· P4,000 / P3,000 & P2,000 for the top 3 winners of 5K run and
· P3, 000 / P2, 000 & P1, 000 for the top 3 winners of 3K run.
CHRIS SPORTS BRANCHES
Chris Sports Megamall
2nd Floor, Bldg. B, SM Megamall,
Mandaluyong City, Metro , Manila
- Telephone No: (632) 633-1659
- Chris Sports Glorietta
2nd Level, Glorietta 3,
Ayala Center, , Makati City, Metro Manila
- Telephone No: (632) 818-6124
- Chris Sports SM City North-The Annex
3rd Floor,SM City North Edsa, Annex Bldg.,
Quezon City, Metro Manila
- Telephone No: (632) 441-1889
- Chris Sports Ever Gotesco Grand Central
Ground Floor, Ever Gotesco Grand Central, , Monumento,
- Telephone No: (632) 366-1152
- Chris Sports Market Market
4th Floor. Market! Market!, Taguig, Metro
- Telephone No: (632) 886-7467
- Chris Sports SM City Manila
Ground Floor, SM City
Manila, , Manila City, Metro Manila
- Telephone No: (632) 522-1345
A RUNNER'S CIRCLE
· Unit H, Aloha Hotel, 2150 Roxas Boulevard
DON HENRICO'S Restaurants Mega Manila Branches
Don Henrico’s MALATE
574 Pedro Gil St., Malate, (across Manila Robinsons Place Manila-Pedro Gil main entrance)
Tel. Nos.: 524-9134; 524-9141
Don Henrico’s ALABANG
- 2nd Level near Bridgeway Entrance,
Filinvest Festival Supermall
Tel Nos.: 850-3916 to 17
Don Henrico’s WEST AVENUE
West Avenuecor. Examiner St., Quezon City
Tel. Nos.: 371-7171; 372-7272
Don Henrico’s MALL OF ASIA
- Ground Level, North Wing, Entertainment Mall, Mall of Asia,
Tel. Nos: 556-2848; 556- 2904
Don Henrico’s GREENHILLS
- 2ND Floor,
ConnecticutArcade, Greenhills Shopping Center, San Juan City
Tel. Nos.: 571-3911; 571-3912
Don Henrico’s TOMAS MORATO
, Toledo Building Tomas Morato Avenuecor Sct. Limbaga St., Quezon City
Tel. Nos: 332-2201; 332-2254
Don Henrico’s STA. LUCIA
Brick Road, Sta. LuciaEast Grand Mall, Cainta, Rizal
Tel. No.: 681-5242; 682-7095
December 13, 2011
Soyami Soya Chips should be your healthy alternative to snacking! It is made with Real Soya, No MSG, High in Protein and Calcium and O% transfat. Soyami Soya Chips come in 3 flavors (Original, White Cheddar and Pizza)
December 11, 2011
Christmas, by tradition, is a time of year when we turn on our play mode, revel in the flurry of holiday shopping and countless Christmas parties and enjoy ourselves to the hilt – if we can help it.
For a lot of people however, the holidays are stressful. Not everyone wants to shop, or send Christmas cards. Nobody enjoys the mopping up chores : washing the towers of dirty dishes and utensils, cleaning up the spills, doing the groceries for the next family get-together, or cooking for a full two weeks because of the endless round of family get-togethers.
Comida China de Manila, (formerly known as Panciteria San Jacinto at C5, Pasig) and its sister company Mom and Tina’s – both operated by the cooking and kitchen-savvy Torres Family -- share a list of things to do so you can relax and enjoy the Holidays a little bit more this Christmas.
2. Wrap Christmas presents the same day you bought them
Do this before the day ends and stick to the discipline. This will prevent your packages from piling up until you find them too overwhelming to wrap all at once.
3. Stock up on emergency gifts
You’ll never know who’s going to turn up at your front door. Or whom you’re going to run into and would want to thank for a great 2011. Buy unisex gifts like chocolates, cookies, pens or grooming kits so you’ll never be embarrassed about not being able to hand out a holiday something.
4. Get more sleep
Even if you’re doing the Christmas Novena of Simbang Gabi and hearing Mass at 4 a.m., make sure to catch up on sleep during the day. Lack of sleep will not just make you feel sapped of energy, it may even make you more irritable – a big no-no during this Season of Peace.
5. Plan out your holiday schedule ahead of time.
Spur-of-the-moment concoctions and “let’s go!” moments are truly enjoyable, but Christmastime is so frenzied and busy, it needs carefully laid out plans and schedules. Remove the stress of finding out you have two simultaneous events to go to. Or forgetting about that one important coffee shop meet you should have gone to.
6. Spend hassle-free time with family and friends : dine out when you can or have your food catered.
You deserve a break. All that running around can leave you bushed and exasperated. For parties and family or barkada get-togethers, eat out or call the caterers so you can all have a merry good time! Consider celebrating age-old Pinoy family traditions by choosing prosperity-bringing Chinese food at Comida China de Manila, formerly known as Panciteria San Jacinto-Pasig. The original PSJ was where generations of Filipino, Chinese and Spanish families celebrated all kinds of occasions since pre-war days. Now the old Chinatown favorite has a new look and feel that appeals to both young and old. There’s a full-service 400-seater with a main dining hall and several function rooms with chic but homespun interiors. The menu – ala carte and set menu -- is faithful to the classic Cantonese fare served in Binondo, but we now also have dimsum and new dishes put together by our chief cook whose career started in the very first Panciteria San Jacinto in Binondo.
“Catering and in-house feasts are all part of our offerings,” says Comida China de Manila president Benny V. Torres. “Our guests will be happy to know the quality of the food stays the same but the price remains affordable to all.