Sunday, August 14, 2016


Beginning this month, we will post past donations for our "Throwback Thursday" in order to put a spotlight on OUTSTANDING donors.  It is because of their extraordinary generosity that we are able to successfully achieve our goals and to further our mission.

We would like to seize this opportunity to extend our heartfelt gratitude to Ruthless E-juice, a California-based e-juice company established in early 2012. This young company has already seen tremendous success in the US and is steadily making its mark internationally because of its high-quality e-juices. 

Inspired by their success and with a desire to give back, the owners of RUTHLESS E-JUICE, Allen Joseph and Rb Barredo, decided to partner with Pusong Pinoy upon learning about our organization from one of their friends, our very own Charter Team Leader, Dan Pasamonte. 

In 2014, these heroes rose to the occasion by way of their newly released product aptly named Rise, a mango and lychee flavored concoction with a hint of jackfruit. To help survivors in the Philippines rise above the tragedy caused by Typhoon Haiyan, Ruthless E-juice pledged to donate $1.50 for each bottle of Rise sold. They made good on their promise and gave hope to fishermen still reeling from the effects of the strongest typhoon to hit the Philippines. 

In collaboration with our giving partner, One Heart for Hope Foundation, Ruthless E-juice was able to provide 45 fishing boats to fishermen in Camotes Island, Tulang Diyot and Malaspascua Island in Eastern Visayas with their donation of $9,000. 

Once again, thank you for your generous support and we wish you more success in all your future endeavors! 

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Article written by CTL IVY ANTONIO 
Photos courtesy of NOEL GALANG

Monday, June 13, 2016


Here's an opportunity to give back and share your blessings.  Join us in helping our Pusong Pinoy scholars get closer to their dream of finishing their studies. Our goal is to raise $140 per student for 15 elementary students (Damascus Foundation in Bulacan) and $175 per student for 13 high school/college students (De La Salle Lipa in Batangas).

Each elementary scholar will need P6,000/US$140 to receive UNIFORMS, SCHOOL SUPPLIES AND SNACKS FOR 1 YEAR.  Each high school and college scholar will need P7,500/US$175 for ONE SCHOOL YEAR'S TUITION.

Please join us in helping these financially-challenged yet truly deserving students get closer to their dream of finishing their studies. Together, let us continue to make a difference. 


If you would like more information about school supplies project, please email us at

Tuesday, May 31, 2016


Pusong Pinoy donated books to Lupak Elementary School located in Palawan.  The school has 120 students and they were all excited to see the books.

Thank you to all the PP volunteers who sorted, packed, and re-labeled the books to ensure that  they are delivered safely to Palawan.  Special thanks to PP Hero JONG HERRERA and the local volunteers/staff of Lupak ES for making sure the turnover was a success.

If you would like to donate books or how your can help Pusong Pinoy, please email us at

Thursday, April 14, 2016


Be a part of Pusong Pinoy's School Supplies Project. Here's your opportunity to help 300 financially-challenged elementary students by providing them with school supplies for this coming school year. Sponsor a student for US$3 or Php135. Each student will receive:

10 notebooks
4 pens
2 pencils
2 short envelopes
2 long envelops
2 short folders
2 long folders
1 pad paper
1 ruler
1 eraser 

The recipient of this project will be Parish Social Action Committee, who has been our recipient since 2009.  Their mission is to make a difference in the lives of the less fortunate in the Philippines, not only by helping them with their needs, but encouraging a positive outlook on life. PSAC serves the community of San Vicente Ferrer Parish in Banay-Banay, Lipa City in Batangas. 

We only have less than 3 weeks to complete this project in time for PSAC's date of distribution in Batangas . 

If you would like more information about school supplies project, please email us at



Tuesday, March 22, 2016


Pusong Pinoy Heroes along with Team Injury donated pancake ingredients and juice at Little Lights Ministry. This is a great life skills for these kids.  

A message from Jeanette Casaje of Little Lights: "Thank you to all Pusong Pinoy and Team Injury Donors for the donations of flour, pancake mixes, sugar, oil, and juices. The Little Lights kids had a grand time learning how to make pancakes and enjoying the snacks! Above all, Praise Christ Jesus!

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Little Lights Ministry planted its humble beginnings in February 2010 at Sitio Tawi-Tawi along the riverbanks of the Pasig-Cainta boundary where drug dealing, drinking sprees, gambling, and street brawls are a way of life. Out of this concern, Little Lights was born. As the ministry continued its mission, they came across out-of-school and never-schooled children, which led them to start "Learning Lessons," a progressive Montessori-type learning system for ages 2 to 15 years. Little Lights currently serves more than 1,000 underprivileged Filipino children and their love ones to have a better way of life.  Deeply inspired and motivated by the works of Little Lights Ministry, Pusong Pinoy has been a Pusong Pinoy recipient since 2010.