Ways to Support FEED

Ways to Support FEED

Please note that Fostering Education & Environment for Development, Inc. (FEED) is a non-stock, non-profit, non-governmental organization (NGO), which is a charitable organization registered with the Philippine Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC Reg. #: CN201119068).

There are many ways you can support FEED, click on the links below to learn more:

  1. Join a monthly FEED Students & Volunteers for the Environment (SAVE) Tree-Planting, every last Saturday of the rainy  season from July – December/January; or design your own.
  2. Organise a joint FEED Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Patrons of the Environment event, as a CSR team building activity or adopt your own forest.
  3. Donate to the FEED Scholarship Fund, to enable deserving Philippine students to pursue or finish their studies or research in the fields of agronomy, environs,eat, forestry, fisheries or sustainability.
  4. Become a FEED Student/Volunteer Member, earning eligibility to have 5 indigenous Philippine trees planted in your name.
  5. Become a FEED Corporate / Organizational Member, earning eligibility to have 100 indigenous trees planted in your company/organization’s name.
  6. Become a Living Legacy FEED Patron of the Environment by Sponsoring through Endowments. Email info@feed.org.ph
  7. Design your own fun CSR activity or program. Email info@feed.org.ph
  8. Donate to FEED: Books and other learning resources and tools for Schools & Students in need; Sponsor a Student – Education, Research & Scholarships for Deserving Filipinos; Tree-Planting Activities; Edible Gardens Tackling Malnutrition in Public Schools; Plantation Management for Livelihood Development, etc.). Email info@feed.org.ph
  9. Partner with FEED – as a Site Planting Partner; Academic/Research/Internship Partner; Advisory/Consultancy Products & Services Partner; Marketing & Publicity Affiliate; Other. Email: info@feed.org.ph

Thank you for your kindness and generosity, may our joint efforts achieve greater impact towards energy, water and food security in the Philippines and for the benefit of enhancing the sustainability and livelihood of communities in need.

(c)  FEED, Inc.

 

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