Taclob’s COMPASSION Backpack: One-of-a-kind Bag Made by Survivors of Typhoon Haiyan
It’s up-cycled, it’s weather-resistant and most importantly it will be made by typhoon Haiyan survivors.
COMPASSION Backpack is spreading like wild fire and fast becoming the new icon of cool as more Pinoys that care are sporting this one-of-a kind bag created by Taclob.
Taclob is a new social enterprise formed by hard-core young patriots from different fields that have come together with one objective… To create jobs in Tacloban and help storm surge survivors get back on their feet.
Artists, celebrities, social workers chefs, designers and even athletes are getting their own backpacks that’s made to create jobs in Typhoon Haiyan ravaged areas.
“It’s not only functional and eco-friendly…”, Teddy Corpus, host of Showtime and a COMPASSION Ambassador says, “but what’s awesome about COMPASSION backpacks is that it actually helps rebuild Tacloban. That’s why artists are jumping in to get one of these babies!”
COMPASSION Backpacks come in iconic bright red and is made from high-grade Japanese tarpauline, genuine YKK zippers and pre-loved denims making it an eco-friendly and climate-change responsible product.
Getting COMPASSION shows you care. Having one of your own says you are one with other Pinoys that have one message for survivors of the greatest storm in recorded history: “…we got your back”.
“It’s not just a bag… It’s a badge!”
Exclusively available through pre-orders here: http://igg.me/at/taclob