Your Chance To Help (Hemophilia Awareness Part 2)

“No one has ever become poor by giving.”
Anne Frank, Diary of Anne Frank

One of the most effective ways to raise awareness these days is to have your Charity or Cause on you, like when you’re wearing shirts and ballers… for instance, whenever I wear my “To Write Love on Her Arms” shirt or “Fears VS Dreams” baller, my friends ask me what those words mean, and I can advocate.

Haemophilia Association of the Philippines, Inc. is doing the same thing by selling shirts to raise awareness, and they look really cool, too. (My personal favorite is the first one) Check them out:

Haemophilia Association of the Philippines, Inc.

Haemophilia Association of the Philippines, Inc.

Haemophilia Association of the Philippines, Inc.

Haemophilia Association of the Philippines, Inc.

Haemophilia Association of the Philippines, Inc.

Haemophilia Association of the Philippines, Inc.

Haemophilia Association of the Philippines, Inc.

Haemophilia Association of the Philippines, Inc.

tshirt 3

Haemophilia Association of the Philippines, Inc.

In line with Hemophilia Awareness Month, the Haemophilia Association of the Philippines, Inc. is selling these shirts for only PhP 249.50 and beginning Easter Sunday, they have these on-hand right by the front entrance of Parkmall Cebu, near Bo’s Coffee Shop. Or you can order them in bulk via the organization.

Wearing them every once in a while throughout the year means that you get to help raise awareness for the organization, people with hemophilia, and their families year-round.


Shirts are Available:

April 5 (Easter Sunday) – April 12
Front Entrance, Parkmall (Near Bo’s Coffee)
168 Ouano Avenue, Mandaue Reclamation Area,
Mandaue City

Year-round (bulk orders) via
Haemophilia Association of the Philippines, Inc.
contact: Joy
+63 922 5447 692

Learn more about the organization here:

Official Website

Facebook

 Have a blessed Holy Week, and may we all find it in our hearts to help a cause such as this.

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