MABUHAY

Support the victims and survivors of Super Typhoon Haiyan/Yolanda

136 shirts $1,410 raised

Thanks to our supporters!

Support the victims and survivors of Super Typhoon Haiyan/Yolanda

"MABUHAY" (mah-boo-hai) is a Filipino greeting which means "Long Live!" or "To Life!" Let's help raise the spirits of the survivors of one of the strongest typhoons in world history. Every dollar goes a long way.

CustomInk will print & ship at cost, so at least $10/shirt will go to The American National Red Cross!  Shirts will ship approximately two weeks after campaign end date.

136 shirts $1,410 raised

Thanks to our supporters!

More about this campaign

Super Typhoon Yolanda aka Haiyan was considered one of the worst storms ever recorded (some reports calling it the 4th strongest in world history), with wind speeds reaching 195mph and gusts over 230mph. On November 7th, 2013, Haiyan struck the central part of the Philippine Islands taking thousands of lives and displacing nearly 800,000 people without shelter, food, and clean water.

The Philippine flag's iconic Sun is symbolic of unity, freedom, people's democracy, and sovereignty.  Let's unite and support the Philippines in their long journey to recovery.


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