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    A Glimpse of Navotas as told by Rolando Serna

    Few representatives from SAFER participated in the third batch of food kit distribution in Navotas which was held last April 17, 2020. During their visit, they were able to talk with some of the beneficiaries who came to receive their packages. They were able to interview Rolando Serna, 52 years old, President of the Fishport of Navotas Neighborhood Association (FONNA).   Read More...

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    Rice Aid for the People of Navotas

    Mary Jean Serafin of Chexie Rice Trading is the partner supplier of SAFER Foundation for the food kits in North Bay Boulevard (North and South).Supplying and delivering rice are not the only services that Chexie Rice Trading provides. While transacting with them, Jean did more than just provide rice. The project inspired volunteerism as they took initiative to do repacking, lending the delivery truck and her staff, and have the owner be personally present during the distribution.   Read More...

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    Update on SAFER Homes as of April 28, 2020

    SAFER Foundation is in partnership with Aksyon sa Kahandaan sa Kalamidad at Klima (AKKMA) and Nagkakaisang Lakas ng Maralitang Navoteno (NLMNF).We distributed the third batch of food relief packs to partner communities in Navotas last April 25, 2020 from 6AM to 12NN to avoid the afternoon heat. Jean Serafin, owner of Chexie Rice Trading, is SAFER’s supplier of rice and eggs for the relief packs. Relief distribution is held at her store located inside Navotas Agora market.   Read More...

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    Update on SAFER Homes as of April 22, 2020

    SAFER Foundation can cater to more families in Navotas this Saturday! The third batch of distributions is made possible in partnership with Philippine Humanitarian Coalition in Washington, D.C. who also provided in-kind donations.   Read More...

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    Update on SAFER PH: Tisoy

    Typhoon Kammuri (locally named Tisoy) has made landfall 4 times in Gubat Sorsogon, San Pascual, Burias Island Masbte, Torrijos, Marinduque, and Naujuan, Oriental Mindoro. Tisoy is the Philippines’ 20th tropical cyclone for 2019. At least 100,000 families have been affected by the typhoon.   Read More...

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