WHY WE'RE HERE
We are at such a vital time of the world today, where each individual choice has communal repercussions. As storytellers, we use our pens, brushes, and cameras to choose a better tomorrow-- raising funds to support those at the frontlines and those heavily affected by the pandemic. Everyone has a choice, and this decision to help is ours.
FOR OUR COLLABORATORS
The Artists’ Promise is made up of over 50 Filipino artists, writers, and photographers who we have teamed up with to give them a platform to use their voices. We believe in the power of speaking up, of the connection that we can make by sharing our stories. At a time of closed doors and shut borders, we must make sure people feel they are not alone. We are with you.
FOR OUR READERS
Art is special to us, and that’s why we want to share it with you. Inside our books are our personal stories, our deep thoughts, and our reflections about the times today. We want to connect with our readers, because this is what art can do: it can bring us to you.
An initiative partnered with Where To Next in collaboration with over 50 different local artists, writers, and photographers, to respond to the times today.
FOR OUR BENEFICIARIES
All proceeds of these e-books go to supporting our frontliners and vulnerable communities. These are trying times, and we as a collective, want to offer immediate relief to those who need it most.
CHOOSING OUR BENEFICIARIES
We prioritise vulnerable communities affected by COVID-19.
We take up beneficiaries who can be helped through trusted contacts.
We can help them through immediate relief.
OUR TWO E-BOOKS ARE OUT NOW
All proceeds go to supporting our frontliners and greatly affected communities.
Facilities and other supplies needed by PGH frontliners
Meals for 20 construction workers for 5 days of work
220 Meals (Lunch & Dinner) for FEU-NRMF Medical Center for April 9
PPEs and rice allocation for 100 waste collectors
Food packs for 40 families
One pack is worth PHP 500
20 daily wage workers affected by the quarantine
PHP 1000 financial aid per worker
A youth led initiative to help support taxi and ride share riders
Rice allocations for 130 families of the Mangyan Tribe