Youth Organization Sells Snacks to Help Farmers and Their Children

Easel Organization recently began their first fundraising project under HAYAG, titled HAYAG: Harvesting Change. With a goal of raising P50,000, the initiative aims to provide education kits, hygiene kits, and food for the farmers under the Batangas City Corn Growers Association through donations and sales.  

Rodel Noriega is a farmer who is part of the Batangas City Corn Growers Association. Under Noriega, there are 20 farmers who have children, and due to the constraints of COVID-19, their children lack the materials for Online Distance Learning. Easel aims to change this and make sure that every child has the chance to carry on with their studies no matter what.  

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The organization has welcomed Easel Cafe, a part of the project wherein all profit from the snacks benefit the farmers and their children. Easel Cafe’s menu includes Creamery Catering Lengua Thins (original flavor) for P400 and Tantamco’s Peanut Brittle for P250.  


Easel Cafe will be serving you delicious treats from November 12 until the end of the month. Check out the “How to Order” post on Easel’s Facebook or Instagram! Monetary donations are also being accepted through the following channels: 


GCash – 0917 150 8610 Julianne Cerise Que Pua 

BPI – 0489622475 Jonathan James Montano 

BDO – 001211184410 Hans Dy 


Easel Organization is an independent non-profit youth organization that aims to aid others, especially the marginalized and underprivileged, in pursuing their passions. HAYAG is a series of projects that aims to uplift the burdens that the vulnerable are experiencing and change problems that are deemed to be permanent. 


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