I Donated My Hair: Here’s How You Can Too | Philippines

Donating my hair is something I've wanted to do for the longest time. Back in high school, my best friend and I talked about growing out our hair so we could donate it to those in need. I'm glad I can finally check that off my bucket list! I wrote this blog post to address the why's, how's, where's and questions people would ask when it comes to donating hair. At the same time, I want to encourage more people to donate their hair.

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Made My Way to Barangay Mauway

As an advocate, some of the goals are to help spread the word, educate others and inspire them to take action. This may seem like a daunting task, but technology has provided us  plenty of tools to make this possible. Within the reach of your fingertips are endless possibilities. Through social media sites and blogging platforms, you can become a voice, an instrument, in raising awareness and creating change.

Read about Klariz’s experiences as she writes about hope and compassion for the Filipino people.

 

 

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Living in the Philippines, passing along self-built houses made from wood with commercialized tarpaulins plastered across their walls and roofs, tangled electric wires dangerously dangling around them, and wet clothes hanging by their windows on an everyday basis is already considered a normal view.

Admittedly, I never gave them much thought until I got the chance to walk through their streets myself and meet the wonderful residents face to face.

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Movie Review [SPOILER FREE-ish]: 5 Things I Learned From 100 Tula Para kay Stella:

Ahhh---I'm so happy that Filipino indie films are getting all the love and popularity they deserve! With Kita Kita now the highest grossing independently produced movie in the country, much attention is being given to other Filipino indie films as well. Among the 12 highly curated local films set to be take over theaters nationwide (from August … Continue reading Movie Review [SPOILER FREE-ish]: 5 Things I Learned From 100 Tula Para kay Stella: