How travelers can help vulnerable children | Inquirer Lifestyle
This year, a good number of new makeup trends took the internet by storm with celebrities such as Hailey Bieber, Rihanna, and Bella…
Cebu Pacific resumes Change for Good fundraising program for Unicef.
Cebu Pacific resumes Change for Good fundraising program for Unicef.

How travelers can help vulnerable children

Cebu Pacific resumes Change for Good fundraising program for Unicef.
Cebu Pacific resumes Change for Good fundraising program for Unicef.

Cebu Pacific resumes its Change for Good fundraising program for Unicef in flight operations as travel restrictions ease up and more people take back to the skies. Passengers can now donate to help vulnerable children online at bit.ly/UNICEFChangeForGood, and while inflight, through the Change for Good donation bags.

“Thanks to Cebu Pacific’s initiative during the pandemic, we were still able to raise funds for children by launching Change for Good online,” said Oyunsaikhan Dendevnorov, country representative of Unicef Philippines. “All proceeds go to children where and when they need it the most, such as those affected by the Typhoon ‘Odette’ (international name: Rai) emergency. Now that travel has restarted and passengers can donate on board, we hope to raise even more funds, especially for children affected by emergencies.”

Cebu Pacific helps Unicef’s Typhoon “Odette” (international name: Rai) emergency response by providing airlift support of water, sanitation and hygiene supplies to affected areas in Palawan.
Cebu Pacific helps Unicef’s Typhoon “Odette” (international name: Rai) emergency response by providing airlift support of water, sanitation and hygiene supplies to affected areas in Palawan.

Unicef continues to work in typhoon-affected areas to restore access to essential health, nutrition, water, sanitation, hygiene, education and child protection services, primarily focusing on the most affected and vulnerable children and women. Every donation from individuals, companies and organizations go to support Unicef’s development and emergency programs for children.