Update on Typhoon Haiyan/Yolanda efforts as of February 15, 2014
PDRF continues to help people get back on their feet by giving them a means for livelihood and stimulating the local economy.
NEWS CLIPPING: For Yolanda–and future calamities–the private sector stands ready
As is often the case when major natural calamities strike, the country’s largest private firms rush to the aid of affected communities.
Stanford University Students From Otero Dorm Give Dollars to Help Yolanda Victims Through PDRF
Led by Mika Limcaoco, students from the Otero Dorm at Stanford University in California mounted a fundraising drive to help victims of Typhoon Yolanda/Haiyan and gave the proceeds to PDRF.
NEWS CLIPPING: TACLOBAN SARI-SARI STORE OWNERS NOW BACK IN BUSINESS WITH PDRF & SUY SING PARTNERSHIP
After the Yolanda devastation last year, 20 sari-sari store owners from various barangays in Tacloban City are now back in business...
NEWS CLIPPING: PDRF and Suy Sing put Tacloban stores back in business
As seen in The Philippine Star, Business Section, February 14, 2014
Tacloban sari-sari store owners now back in business with PDRF & Suy Sing partnership
After the Yolanda devastation last year, 20 sari-sari store owners from various barangays in Tacloban City are now back in business as the initial batch of beneficiaries...
NEWS CLIPPING: Update on Typhoon Haiyan/Yolanda efforts as of January 15, 2014
The global multi-channel crowdfunding campaign continues onto 2014.
PDRF to Supply 1,000 sacks of rice for Dep Ed Feeding Programs for 27,000 School Children in Yolanda Communities
The Philippine Disaster Recovery Foundation (PDRF) has agreed to supply 1,000 sacks of rice that will feed some 27,000 students...
In Photos: PDRF Medical Mission with the Australian Emergency Surgical Facility
Through its partnership with the Makati Medical Center, the PDRF continues to roll-out its health and medical programs in Leyte with the help of the Australian Emergency Surgical Facility.
PDRF chosen as beneficiary for the Voices for Visayas Concert
Many of the country's top music artists are staging a concert on January 15 to raise funds for the rehabilitation of Yolanda-hit communities in the Visayas.