Please give a warm welcome to campaigner Paul Gelig. Paul is Rene’s cousin and longtime advocate of economic development in Maribojoc. The President of Page International, his extensive experience in exporting from the Philippines will be helpful in our long-term goals to help fund projects that will rebuild the local economy. He has made a commitment to assist local businesses.
Paul is on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/paul.gelig
If you know of any business in the earthquake area that could use funding by creating one of our campaigns, please let us know.
Michelle Gelig Silonga has been assisting her father, Paul Gelig since day one. She is one of our main contacts in Manila, where she has access to national resources. Michelle is a graduate of Mass Communications from Assumption College – San Lorenzo. She works as a category manager for ladies fashion accessories at Rustan’s department store.
Michelle’s Facebook page is at: https://www.facebook.com/michikooks
With regards to immediate relief, Paul and his family have decided to first address the issue of providing shelter to the people of Maribojoc. With tropical showers possible at any time, shelter will be vital until homes can be rebuilt!
Paul will be regularly submitting photos and videos of the Maribojoc devastation and its human tragedy. And of course, his relief efforts, starting with the distribution of tents and shelter to the people of Maribojoc.
You can view this campaign at: http://path2.us/give/tents-and-shelter-for-the-people-of-maribojoc/