Calauit Indigenous Cultural Community receives more yellow boats!

17 March 2015

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 March 17, 2015
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Richard Arambulo, Lead Implementor for Palawan Funds for Little Kids, announces the turnover of 29 yellow boats, sponsored by the Yellow Boat of Hope Foundation and the METROBANK Foundation to the Calauit Indigenous Cultural Community.  Calauit is known for its beauty and also for its Game Preserve and Wildlife Sanctuary.

Each recipient must sign a form establishing responsibility as directed by the Yellow Boat of Hope Foundation. We will share pictures of owners signing, then receiving the boats. For a picture of all recipients, go to the Facebook site of Palawan Funds for Little Kids. Many photos taken by Juanito Pio L. Lledo. We appreciate his help and that of VJ Ibay and many others.

The many volunteers and guests who showed up for the turnover of 25 Motorized Boat and 4 Paddle Boats were welcomed with a huge sign that said, “Calauit Indigenous Cultural Community welcomes donors, guests and party from the Yellow Boat of Hope Foundation and METROBANK Foundation.”

BeachCleanupPalawanAlso, Janice Burlas, Co-Lead Implementor for Palawan Funds for Little Kids, took photos of some existing yellow boat beneficiaries on their coastal cleaning project. They were segregating plastic bottles, broken glass, and burnable items.

This type of activity is all part of what Yellow Boat of Hope beneficiaries sign up for. They are committed to the sustainability of their communities.