Blog: Philippines

Charity Spotlight: Haribon Foundation

In Philippine Tagalog, Haribon means King of the Birds. Within the archipelago nation, there lives a true Haribon – one of the largest, most powerful, and rarest birds in the world – the Philippine Eagle. The majestic bird makes its home along the lush forests and coastlines of the Philippine archipelago – one of the… CONTINUE READING >>


Philanthropy in the Asia-Pacific Region: A Mosaic of Giving to Bangladesh and the Philippines

In today’s interconnected world, global philanthropy is more within reach than ever before. The challenges of distant countries and peoples feel acutely tangible through live videos, images, and stories that we can access with the tap of a finger. This means that donors in the US can not only witness a natural disaster occur while… CONTINUE READING >>


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Fighting for SDG 14 | Life Below Water

The clear waters of the Dominican Republic attract over 6 million tourists every year to the island of Hispaniola; the second largest and the most diverse Caribbean nation. The Punta Cana region, in particular, is the area’s fastest-growing tourist destination. Perhaps predictably, the surge of tourists, overfishing, and habitat destruction of the coastal region are… CONTINUE READING >>

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