I started my blog in 2012, primarily to document our homeschooling journey. Eventually, blogger-friends encouraged me to write more and eventually write other stuff aside from homeschooling (see my post here). Since 2014, I've been actively blogging and enjoying every single moment of it.
Blogging can also be a way to send help to people, and I'm so glad to be part of this campaign led by Mommy Bloggers Philippines.
In the effort to help families in war-stricken village in Marawi City, 100 mommy bloggers collaborated to bring boxes of Nutri10 Plus syrup, DayCee Vitamin C syrup, and several toys, to 100 kids in Marawi City. The donation was made possible by SinagTala Foundation, a non-profit organization headed by Ms. Kaye Koo. SinagTala has been sending help to villages in Marawi City since the war erupted by providing shelters to children in a playroom which also served as a mini-school.
|Wert Philippines gave out these goodies to 100 children in Marawi City together with some toys for them to play with|
|Ms. Kathy Koo of SinagTala Foundation and Lany Lyutz of Mommy Bloggers Philippines during the turnover of goodies to be sent to Marawi City|
My son had tried Nutri10 Plus before (see my review here) and I'm glad to know that they are willing to provide supplements to these children because Nutri10 Plus can really help in boosting energy and appetite of the children. On the other hand, DayCee can supplement the daily Vitamin C requirement of the children.
Through the Nutri10 Plus syrup, DayCee vitamins and toys, Mommy Bloggers Philippines extended their help to uplift the children's spirits and restore their health as they start on moving on with their lives after the war.
|Soldiers help out in distributing the goodies from Mommy Bloggers Philippines|
Here are the 100 mommy bloggers who helped in this campaign:
Thank you, Wert, SinagTala, and to everyone who helped in extending our help!
To learn more about the benefits of Nutri10 Plus syrup, you may visit their Facebook page.