Sunday, March 28, 2010

Canadian Aid relief Project (CARP) - 2010 Bayanihan Ball

CARP Founder and President gives his opening statement and explains the accomplishments of CARP so far.

Ambassador Jose Brillantes gives a speech.

Consul General Minerva Falcon looks on as a Korean awardee gives a speech. The Korean awardee gave a $25,000 contribution to CARP.

Carol Bella (SEATED FAR RIGHT) of ASAP travel and husband Joe join friends at the their table.

Vivian and Chris Hao of Trusty Travel and Remittance

Michelle Medina

Michael Siervo

Joy's mom, singer Jennifer Camacho, Cecille Araneta and Pinoy sa T.O publisher Joy Sarmiento.

Vivienne Portugal and friend Aprile Idolor at last year's Bayanihan Ball

Mission Statement

The mission of the Canadian Aid and Relief Project (CARP) is to make a positive difference in the lives of people affected by natural disasters by providing relief medicines and health care services especially to the low income families in the disaster stricken areas.

A Dire Need

Every year, the Philippines is visited by more than 20 typhoons. According to the Philippine Red Cross, 31,835 Filipinos were killed and 94,369,462 others were affected by natural disasters and calamities in a span of 20 years. Most of them died from diseases after the calamities. Canadians standby and watch not knowing what to do to help.

"The Philippines was a natural laboratory for floods, typhoons, monsoon rains, earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, and landslides," Philippine National Red Cross governor Dante Liban said. (Source: Philippine Daily Inquirer)

The Canadian Aid Relief Project aims to provide aid relief to calamity prone countries like the Philippines. It is organized to help focus and sustain the relief effort of the Canadian community to healthcare delivery in disaster areas where help is desperately needed after a calamity. It aims to alleviate the pervasive poverty that follows a calamity by delivering health care to low income families in disaster areas. We believe that effective relief work is best undertaken when preparation and planning are done way before these natural disasters occurs.



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