Seeds: Where Hope Grows

Dear Givers,

“Seeds: Where Hope Grows” is a student-led project by a group of NSTP students from Miriam College. This project aims to resolve a wide scope of socioeconomic challenges such as hunger, food insecurity, lack of access to nutritious food, and livelihood for families residing in Brgy. Daraitan, Tanay, Rizal.

Considering the problems the community faces, our group thought of providing each of the 25 families (beneficiaries) a “Hope” kit containing five varieties of vegetable seeds and a set of basic gardening tools. The following are to be included in the kit.

1. Pechay
2. Eggplant
3. Sitaw
4. Okra
5. Native Tomato

We believe that providing families with agricultural seeds and tools can help them with their livelihood and provide them access to nutritious food. We hope that through implementing this initiative, we will be able to make a long-term impact on the community despite the limitations imposed by COVID-19. We also aim to inspire and encourage the youth to continue giving whenever they can and be part of change in this constantly growing society.

Furthermore, the seeds provided to the families serve as symbols of hope. That with any storm, hurdles and challenges they may face, there would always be hope – hope for better days and a better future.

We hope you can support our campaign by purchasing a “Hope” kit for each family. You may also show support by sharing the link of our campaign online. Thank you and may God bless your kind hearts!


If you have a PayMaya account or a Gcash, you may scan any of the QR codes below to contribute.

Please send a screenshot of your successful transaction to our email beagiverph@gmail.com and put in the subject:

“Seeds: Where Hope Grows”

     

BEAGIVER Judea Shanti Abid Sijera
1st Year Marketing student at Miriam College, Quezon City.
CAMPAIGN PROGRESS
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25/25
Amount
8,300.00/8,250.00
 
 
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