October 02, 2018

NGOs, Schools Partner to Save Nature through Juan Earth Event in BGC

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  • With one common goal to protect and save the Earth, various non-government organizations (NGOs) and schools gathered in a one-day event called “Juan Earth” on September 29 at Bonifacio High Street Activity Center in Taguig.

    Booths during Juan Earth

    As a way of giving back to the planet, Juan Earth is a grassroots effort produced by Write On Track and its dedicated team of community volunteers. Celebrating its 5th year, the marketing services agency wanted to educate and empower people to create a healthier and more sustainable world.

    Also read: LIST: Environment Orgs in the Philippines You May Volunteer For

    “Over a thousand individuals participated in the event, some shared their performing arts talents, some shared their time, some donated, some volunteered, some provided resources, and some just held our hand,” Write On Track Chief Operating Officer Koko Tamura said. “It was truly a heart-melting moment for us when we saw all are participating and contributing to our CSR efforts.”

    During the event, the activity center was loaded with different activities such as talks and workshops about the different group advocacies. There were booths installed where visitors could visit and support projects of the participating NGOs and schools they were interested in.

    In support of “Adopt-a-Seedling” program by the Haribon Foundation, visitors were able to adopt a seedling of any of the Philippine native tree species like Narra, Dao, Kamagong, Makaasim, and Lauan, with a minimum donation of Php 350. Proceeds will support the forest restoration activities of Haribon Foundation in denuded forests around the country.

    Also read: LIST: Volunteer Organizations in the Manila Where You Can Join

    Haribon Foundation

    Meanwhile, the SIFCARE-CURMA (Coastal Underwater Resource Management Actions) launched its Adopt-a-Pawikan-Nest program wherein volunteers were able to adopt a turtle nest for any amount they can donate and get to release its baby turtles back to the sea.


    University of the Philippines Marine Science Institute introduced their advocacy of raising clams, which are vital to the coral reefs. Volunteers were able to adopt clams which will be released at the Silaqui Ocean Nursery, the largest population of giant clams in the Philippines.

    University of the Philippines Marine Science Institute

    Through CARA Welfare Philippines, attendees were also able to adopt abandoned and rescued dogs and cats by fostering them and giving homes they deserve.

    CARA Welfare Philippines

    The event may have concluded but, you can still make an impact by supporting these NGOs and schools through their website and social media accounts.

    Juan Earth, an event organized by a full-blown marketing agency Write On Track, was held on September 29 at Bonifacio High Street Activity Center in Taguig. For inquiries, you may contact Write On Track through emailus@writeontrack.ph, (+632) 805 2302 / 744 1402 and (+63999) 980 0499.

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