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***GUANABANA RESTAURANT CHARITY GIG***

TICKETS NOW ON SALE!!!

***GUANABANA RESTAURANT CHARITY GIG***

Featuring Mark Villarosa Check Mark out at http://www.markvillarosa.com/
other performances includes The Shaydz,
famous songs from West end shows,
Ima Castro star of Miss Saigon
known filipino rappers and singers….
Aslo special guests including TruColors and many more!!

All to raise funds for for victims of Philippine floods!
It’s £15 for a standard standing tickets and that include food from the buffet. Drinks and shisha are also available for purchase.
There are also a very limited amount of VIP places which are closer to the performance area and these will be sold on a first come first served basis. VIP tickets starts from £20, you will be seated with the table close to the stage.
You can pay for your ticket through paypal, cheque and bank transfers. Details below:
Cheque or postal order: please make payable to ‘Philippine Generations Limited’ Send it to 88 Luxborough Tower, Luxborough St. London W1U 5BN
Bank Transfer details: Bank: Unity Trust Bank PLC A/C Name: Philippine Generations Ltd A/C No: 20205704 Sort Code: 08-60-01
Paypal: To pay online please email me on info@philippinegenerations.org in your email please include your *full name, *how many ticket you want to pay for, *are you buying the standard ticket or VIP tickets and you adding donations to your payment?.
***Note!***If your using bank tranfer please label your payment with *Charity Gig, your name and for how many people you are paying for. We can only add you to the list when your payment has been cleared by the bank and that you have given the right amount.
You can pay CASH at the door providing that there are spaces left. To avoid dissapointment please pay in advance through the different method above. To pay through paypal without setting up an account please see the bottom left of the paypal page and click ‘continue’.
Many Thanks!
For details of any of these offers please call Malcolm Conlan on 0786 200 6175! Other information please email us on info@philippinegenerations.org or email janette.r@philippinegenerations.org

WHERE YOUR MONEY CAN GO…

Below are some links for groups/individuals in the Philippine who are truly helping the people affected by the recent typhoons, floods and landslides.Depending on how much we raise, ideally we would love to help all of them as they all help in some ways. These people are doing real humanitarian work with no politics. No politian acting as middleman. If you know of anyother initiatives in the Philippines please message us or email Mae on info@philippinegenerations.org
Barangay Soup Kitchen: http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=150404&id=10782704253#/photo.php?pid=3750472&id=10782704253 After helping and feeding the people affected by Ondoy they are now looking to feed the people affected in Pangasinan Area but they need funds to continue with the project. To read more about what they have done please follow this link: http://showbizandstyle.inquirer.net/you/vidvibe/view/20091003-228097/Pings-mighty-arroz-caldo
Cafe by the Ruins: http://www.facebook.com/search/?q=cafeby+theruins&init=quick#/cafeby.theruins?v=wall&ref=search Please follow the link to see what they do. They also feed people affected by the typhoon but in Benguet area. They have recently given kitchen starter sets i.e pots, oil etc.. for the families to start fresh.
Bring a Livelihood Program for typhoon Ondoy victims: http://asiancenter.multiply.com/photos/album/64/Livelihood_Program_for_Typhoon_Ondoy_Victims A project started by Magna Kultura, it is a project to help the people affected by typhoon Ondoy to have a more sustainable living. Apart from temporary lelief goods Magna want these people to actualy sustaine themselves to rebuild their own lives instead of continuely waiting for handouts.
Adopt a School: http://newsinfo.inquirer.net/inquirerheadlines/nation/view/20091017-230534/Adopt-a-school We can help adopt a school, these schools are damaged by the recent typhoon. As we all know education is important, Filipino parents tell their children that its the way forward. This would be a good initiative to fund.
If you do not have a paypal account please see the bottom left of the paypal page and click ‘continue’, to pay without setting up an account. Many Thanks!
You can also pay by cheque made payable to ‘Philippine Generations’ please send it to Philippine Generations 88 Luxborough Tower, Luxborough St, London W1U 5BN
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