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Provided Haiyan/Yolanda Typhoon Relief

Shortly after super typhoon Haiyan/Yolanda devastated portions of the Philippines in November of 2013, the employees of Executive Boutique voted to cancel their upcoming Christmas party festivities and use the party money to buy relief supplies for the victims of super typhoon. With the support of EB management they used a portion of the EB office space and donated their own time to buy and prepare relief package. With rented vehicles they traveled over two hours to the affected areas of northern Cebu and distributed over 500 bags containing water, rice, noodles and other food supplies.

Supporter of ChildHope Asia

Child hope asia

Executive Boutique is a proud contributor to Childhope Philippines, an international non-profit, non-political, non-sectarian organization whose principal purpose is to advocate for the cause of street children in the Philippines. It works towards the liberation of children from their suffering cause by working and living on the street. http://childhope.hope.org.ph/

Here is a letter we recieved from the Chairman of ChildHope Asia:

October 12, 2014

Dear Executive Boutique,
Thank you so much for your donation! We truly appreciate the help!
When I started out as a volunteer math tutor for Childhope, I saw how truly transformative this program is. I have experienced first hand how some of these street kids have rapidly developed.
The Childhope program not only provides academic education, but values formation, professional counselling by trained psychologists, nutrition and health by a full time doctor – types of help which are critical in the formation of the child in order for the child to finish their education.
This donation of yours will provide 1 months salary for a full time street educator or social worker or will pay for critical support functions to the street education program.

Thank you very much!
Chairman
Childhope Asia Philippines