Bake sale and garage sale for typhoon Haiyan victims in the Philippines

posted 13 Nov 2013, 13:39 by Nick Ballesteros   [ updated 13 Nov 2013, 13:40 ]
Hello to All our Kababayans/KiwiPinoys/Kiwi Friends,

Firstly, KASAGIP would like to thank everyone for your generous donations.

Without your help, we can do nothing.
Once again, we need your help and support.

The KASAGIP Charitable Trust, Friends of KASAGIP and the Filipino Community in Upper Hutt will hold a bake sale and garage sale on 
November 23, 2013.
Where: Front lawn of St Joseph Catholic Church, Upper Hutt.
Time: 08:00 am - 1:30 pm.

First thing we are hoping for is to get donations for the bake sale.
If you like to get your bake on and bake something or even buy something for the sale that would be super awesome. If you know of anyone who would contribute please pass on this info.
If you and your friend can contribute for bake sale, please text/call Vangie Ford on 021 2560960 or email

And please don't forget, if you have any good quality and fast moving 2nd hand items that you would like to donate for the garage sale, please contact Rachel on (04) 528-5238 or 021 1569894 or send me a private message.
Unfortunately, we cannot accept old TVs (CRT), PCs, monitors, non-working electronics, textbooks and magazines (example, Women’s Day).

Please come and help support our fundraising, the money raised will go to the family that the group had already identified and to the victims of the Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda) in the most affected regions of Western and Eastern Visayas in the Philippines.

In addition, if you would like to make a cash donation to the victims of Typhoon Haiyan (local name Yolanda), you can course your donation thru the following:
a) KASAGIP Charitable Trust
• Kiwi Bank Account, 38-9009-0649421-03.
• Particulars: Name of Individual/Organization
• Reference: Haiyan

b) Or to the following organizations that are currently leading relief operations in the Philippines: (taken from the Philippine Embassy, Wellington Website)

1) Philippine Red Cross (PRC)

2) National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Center (NDRRMC)

Thank you for your compassionate and generous hearts.

Rachel Pointon, Friends of KASAGIP and the Filipino Community of Upper Hutt