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Weekend To-Do: Help Out and Give Back

Not sure how to help our brothers and sisters in need? Shop, eat, workout, and watch gigs, all for the benefit of typhoon Yolanda victims. Read on to know more!
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SHOP AND GIVE BACK

Go on a pre-loved-clothing shopping spree and actually get the chance to help out the victims of typhoon Yolanda. Due to the overwhelming amoung of clothing donations, most of which are not exactly appropriate for the victims (gowns, leather jackets, embellished tops, etc.), Red Cross put together a used-clothes fundraiser—Red Cross Aid Couture. Thanks to Ariel and Downy, all the clothes look and smell as good as new! The cool part? Every piece of clothing has a price tag that shows a life neccessity you will be providing for the victims (as seen in the photo above). So, make sure to head on over to Alabang Town Center this weekend, November 16-17, from 10AM-10PM.

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EAT OUT FOR A CAUSE

Who would have thought you could actually eat your favorite dish while giving back? Thanks to tons of restaurants and food stalls who have decided to help give back by donating a percentage or even all of their profits to the victims of the recent tragedy, you can do just that! Not sure what places offer this super cool service? Just check out Spot.ph's Dine for a Cause: Restaurants and Foodies for #YolandaPH Victims for the full list of places you dine in and give back at the same time! Enjoy eating with a happy heart. 

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WORKOUT AND GIVE BACK

Dance and sweat the pounds away while giving back to our brothers and sisters in need! Plana Forma raises funds for the typhoon Yolanda victims with Zumbathon: a series of zumba classes  (P400  a class) with 100% of the proceeds going to donation. For a list of the classes available, just check out the photo above or take a look at their Facebook page for more details.

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GIGS FOR A CAUSE

Who knew you could rock out to your favorite bands for the benefit of those affected by the recent tragedy? Thanks to the the different bands and singers who are willing to give back, there are now scheduled gigs with proceeds going to the victims of Yolanda. So, if you're not sure how you can help, just check out this list of 11 Benefit Gigs for Yolanda Victims That You Can Watch to find out where you can catch the different performances for a cause.

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Erin Torrejon
Former Associate Fashion and Beauty Editor
Resident fashion and beauty girl. I’m a health-nut who devotes cheat days to french fries and other glorious carbs. I live at the beach and I can talk about movies, music,  clothes, and my current beauty obsessions for hours on end. 
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