Tech Know5 Ways to Give Back to Frontliners While #SafeAtHome
No good deed is ever too small The global pandemic in our midst is changing how we live. In this time of collective uncertainty, there is an inexhaustible gap to be filled—with good work and compassion. One may feel helpless amid these unsettling headlines; still, there’s plenty of work to be done. As television personality Fred Rogers once said, "Look for the helpers. You will always find people who are helping.” Filipinos have always been known for their bayanihan spirit, their community-centric way of life. Looking for projects and initiatives to reach out to during this crisis? Here are several ways to help without leaving the confines of your home. Globe Rewards No good deed is ever too small. Together, our points matter with Globe Rewards. Help provide much-needed test kits, alcohol and personal protective equipment for our health workers and frontliners by donating your points. As of today, P14M has been donated to the PGH Medical Foundation, Inc. and P10M to the Lung Center of the Philippines with the help of Globe subscribers and monetary donations from the company. Know more about it here . Download the app through this link . Points from 2019 are valid until June 2020. RELATED: Don’t Worry, Here’s How Globe Is Helping You #StayConnected Amidst the Community Quarantine Help From Home Looking for an all-in-one information hub—and a flawlessly designed one at that—as a means to help? Help From Home features a directory of growing initiatives and updates to help our frontliners and families affected by the global pandemic. Equip by sponsoring sanitation needs like medicine and equipment. Provide meals for frontliners and low-income families. Fund testing geared towards the production and distribution of COVID-19 testing kits. Move our frontliners and government personnel by supplying means for public transportation.