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ASCODE Foundation is committed to the advancement and development of the grass roots in the Philippines, particularly in the Bicol Region. Formerly Community Development Foundation Inc. ASCODE provides alternative systems and approaches for community development through provision of services, people-centered development programs, and the empowering of marginal households. ASCODE Foundation is involved in ongoing evacuation efforts and relief operations to help families affected by the eruptions of Mayon Volcano.
A total of 1,854,805.30 Pesos in cash and in kind was given to ASCODE Foundation.
|March 19, 2008 • 630,488 Pesos in kind donation of blankets, water containers, sleeping mats, bed sheets, toiletries and poly backed sheets for flood and landslide victims of Typhoon Mina at Albay|
|December 14, 2007 • 106,500 Pesos was given in cash and in kind for the purchase of rice and in kind donation of blankets, water containers, canned goods, noodles, milk, toiletries, toys, assorted used clothes, shoes, bags, personal effects, educational books and 100 poly backed sheets for the victims of Typhoon Mina at Albay.|
|November 29, 2007 • 200,000 Pesos was given in cash for the purchase of relief goods for the victims of Typhoon Mina at Albay|
|May 29, 2007 • 40,000 Pesos in cash donation for the repair and repainting of Home Economics Building of Travesia Elementary School at Guinobatan, Albay|
|January 6, 2007 • 51,678.75 Pesos in cash and in kind donations of blankets, water containers, used clothing and trucking fee|
|December 22, 2006 • 50,000 Pesos was given in cash for the purchase Christmas gifts and food for the Christmas party of the children affected by the mudslide.|
|December 21, 2006 • 446,718.65 Pesos was given in cash for the purchase of medicines, blankets, water containers, canned goods, noodles, rice, sugar, milk, toiletries and trucking fees.|
|August 22, 2006 • 329,500.00 Pesos was given in cash and in kind donations of 141 sacks of rice, water containers, blankets, canned goods, Doc’s candles, assorted used clothes , toys and the payment for the trucking fee for the Mayon Volcano evacuees.|