Donating to Bohol the Easy and Dyahe-Free Way

Hey! Have you done your share of donating to the victims of Bohol 7.2 magnitude earthquake?  I did.

With the unprecedented level of realistic gore and massive destructions in the beautiful province of Bohol, I suppose your prayers and sympathy won’t be enough.  This catastrophe needs some damn concrete action like giving donation.

A lot of people wonder how they could lodge in their cash donations.  Others feel its “dyahe” (awkward) that they would have to deposit their cash donations to a bank account of trustworthy foundations when they deem that the amount they are donating is quite trivial.  This is aside from the fact that it would take you some trouble knowing the account numbers of those foundations and effort to proceed and transact to a bank.

Read!
Read! While waiting for the cashier to process my donation, i got the chance to take a photo of this signage located right in front of their cash register

I did my donating the easier way.  Its hassle free!   I simply proceeded to the nearest 7-Eleven store and hand over my cash donation while at the same time purchase myself a large “asado siopao” for my dinner.  This new 7-Eleven facility is so new cashiers won’t mind how much you donate.  Thus, it’s never “dyahe”.

Yeah, 7-Eleven accepts cash donations which will directly be issued to DSWD (Department of Social Welfare & development).  After handing over your cash, your name will be asked to be registered.  And yes, don’t forget to get your donation receipt…

Be a blessing everyone!

Psst! Reydi? Sing!!! Walang sinuman ang nabubuhay para sa sarili lamang…

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