On 13 April 2019, Pilipino Cultural Association (PCA) at the University of the Sciences, in Philadelphia, USA, held their annual Barrio event. This year their show, High School Barrio, was a Filipino spin-off of High School Musical which incorporated traditional Filipino dances and music. Together they raised £437.67 for Project Sulangan!!
Thank you so so much! You should all be extremely proud of yourselves and thank you to Justine Magalona for thinking of us!
Pilipino Cultural Association, at the University of the Sciences at the University of Philadelphia is a cultural organization where all students can learn more about the Filipino culture or strengthen their ties to their Filipino background.
Thank you so much to Sheffield & District Law Society who raised £130.45 at their Summer Gin Tasting Event for Project Sulangan! We are very grateful for all their efforts.
We are excited to announce we have been chosen as the Charity of the Year for the Sheffield & District Law Society. Throughout the year to April 2020 the Sheffield & District Law Society will be raising money through various events for Project Sulangan and we can’t thank them enough.
It took almost four months for the donated books to arrive at Barbo Elementary School but they have finally arrived! The books were taken by sea cargo and despite the long journey all books arrived safely. We are extremely grateful for the efforts of Miss Food of St Theresa’s Primary School in Sheffield, UK, Miss Parkinson of St John’s School in Mexborough, UK and Miss Martin from Forge Valley, Sheffield, UK. […]
We are delighted to have got this project off the ground and shipped around 500 books to Barbo Elementary School. Thank you to Ms Martin at Forge Valley School, Sheffield, Ms Food at St Theresa’s School, Sheffield and Ms Parkinson at Mexborough St John’s School. Without their donations of these various text books and books this would not have been possible. Keep a look out on our Social media pages for the arrival of all these books!
On Saturday 1st December 2018, we held our 3rd Annual Christmas Charity Ball at The Millennium Gallery in Sheffield. Delighted to announce how much we raised and we literally cannot believe everyone’s generosity. Just wow. A million thank yous to all our guests who attended, your donations will improve education for so many children in the Philippines. We hope to see you next year! (Official photographs to follow shortly, follow us on Facebook & Instagram to see them first).
This year we set ourselves a challenge to run not one, but two full marathons. A total of 52.4 miles In two different cities over 3,000 miles apart. On 14th October 2018 we ran the Yorkshire Marathon in constant rain and managed to cross the finish line. Finally, just 3 weeks later on 4th November 2018 we completed our two marathon challenge in New York City. It was by far the hardest challenge we had ever done and we were grateful to make it through and raise this much for both Project Sulangan and St Luke’s Hospice in Sheffield. The funds are divided equally between the two charities.
On Sunday 4 November 2018 we we were stood at the foot of the Verrazano Bridge on Staten Island in New York and we were about to run the race of our lives. A few days prior, we packed up and flew out to New York to take part in the New York Marathon 2018, the biggest and one of the most iconic races in the world! With the sun beating down, but with a cold chill in the air it was a glorious day and we were able to cross the finish line in Central Park, New York City, completing our two marathon challenge. It was a day we will never forget and we are grateful to all those who sponsored us for our challenge. The total amount raised will be released soon and more pictures will be available shortly.
Our 3rd Annual Christmas Charity Ball will be held on Saturday 1st December 2018 at the Millennium Gallery in Sheffield. With a three course meal, welcome drinks, wine, DJ and dancing, it’s sure to be a great celebration. We would be delighted if you could join us! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your tickets.
On Sunday 14th October 2018, as the rain came down we ran 26.2 miles in York, England to raise money for Project Sulangan. Whilst the rain did not stop, it did not dampen our spirits and we were able to finish the marathon in one piece. Our next marathon will be in New York City where we will cross the finish line to complete our two marathon challenge of 2018. To donate to our cause please visit our fundraising website here.
We are delighted to announce we will be holding our 3rd Christmas Charity Ball this year on Saturday 1st December 2018! We will be starting the festivities at Millenium Gallery in Sheffield with a 3 course meal, welcome drinks, dancing and so much more. Email us for more information.
This year we will be taking part in the Yorkshire Marathon on 14th October 2018 as well as the the New York Marathon on 4th November 2018. In a challenge we call Old York to New York, all funds raised will be split equally between St Luke’s Hospice in Sheffield, UK and Project Sulangan. To sponsor us click here. #oldyork2newyork
WE ARE IN!!! 105,000 people entered the drawing for the New York Marathon 2018 and out of that 15,500 people were chosen and out of that a small portion of international applicants were chosen and we were one of them! The Marathon is set to take place on Sunday 4th November 2018! Keep a look out to see how you can support us!
Project Sulangan has donated Sepak Takraw equipment to the Physical Education department at Sulangan Elementary School! Sepak Takraw is an Asian sporting event played like volleyball but a rattan ball is used and players can only use their feet, knees, chest and head to touch the ball. They even have their own world championships!
15 out of 30 school desks have now been completed by a local carpenter for Sulangan Elementary School. Once the final 15 are completed they will then be delivered to Sulangan!
We are very excited to announce that Bell & Buxton Solicitors in Sheffield, England have chosen Project Sulangan as their Charity of the Year for 2018! We can’t wait for a fun filled, packed fundraising year together!
Today the feed centre tables were completed and delivered to the Project Sulangan Feed Centre at Sulangan Elementary School. The school was previously a classroom and was then changed into a feed centre to house the children when they were taking their meals during school time. We are very proud of this project
We are overwhelmed to announce that on Saturday 2nd December 2017 our second annual Christmas Charity Ball sold just over 100 tickets and together we raised £1,310.03! We are extremely grateful to everyone who attended and to all our raffle prize donors. Pictures will be available shortly on our website but are available to view on our Facebook page now.
Our website has been updated! To see what we got up to on our visit to the Philippines head over to ‘Our Projects’ tab and see the list of schools we have pledged to help!
With our annual Christmas Charity Ball just 2 weeks away we are pleased to announce we have sold 100 tickets!! This is 25 more tickets than last year and we are beyond grateful to everyone who will be in attendance!
We are excited to announce our Christmas Charity Ball will be held on Saturday 2nd December 2017! After the success of our first Charity Ball last year, we will be returning to the Millenium Gallery in Sheffield to raise money to help improve and provide education for children in the Philippines! To reserve your tickets email: email@example.com
It has been a long process redeveloping our website but we wanted to get it just right and we are pleased to announce it’s finally here! With the help and hard work of Alex Haycock, our website is looking better than ever! Now also smart phone friendly, please take a look around and let us know what you think!
We are extremely grateful to announce our fundraising total for the Sheffield Half and the London Marathon 2017 is £1,244.00 and including gift aid that total amounts to £1,499.00!! We’d like to say a huge thank you to everyone for your generous donations and your unreal support! We would not be where we are today if it wasn’t for your continued support. Thank you!
What a day! Without a doubt we will never forget the day we were a part of one of the biggest events in the world. We ran through some of the most iconic parts of London and reached the finish line of the London Marathon in 4 hours and 8 minutes! We are still gathering in the final donations and will let you know what our grand total is for our Sheffield Half to London Marathon Challenge 2017! You can view pictures of our time at the London Marathon on our Facebook page.
Our founder is featured in ‘The Legal’ magazine for their Spring 2017 Women In Law Issue. We are honoured to be featured in this edition, talking about the birth of Project Sulangan and how we’ve progressed. The edition is available in hard copy or you can read more here.
Today we completed the first part of our Sheffield Half to London Marathon Challenge! We took to the streets of Sheffield to run 13.1 miles through the heart of the city up the gruelling hills towards Dore and back to the finish line at the Peace Gardens. The heat was sometimes unbearable but we made it through!
We are beyond grateful to announce that our first Charity Ball held at the Millennium Gallery in Sheffield was a huge sucess. With 75 people in attendance, we raised £1069.17 for Project Sulangan!
Thank you to all those who attended! Pictures can be found on our Facebook page and will be uploaded to the website soon.
We are delighted to annouce that our first ever Christmas Charity Ball will be held at Millenium Gallery in Sheffield on Saturday 3rd December 2016. Tickets are £43 per person and include welcome drinks, three course meal, DJ, a photobooth, charity raffle and much more! By purchasing a ticket you will be helping to provide and improve education for children in the Philippines! If you are interested in tickets click here.
We are featured in the 2016 edition of The Graduate Guide!We gave our view on what is involved in running a charity and what it takes to make it a success. You can read the full article here. You can also purchase The Graduate Guide in the App Store and in hard copy.
We have received all donations for our last event which was the Sheffield and Edinburgh challenge 2016. This was a joint event in which money was also raised for Breast Cancer Care. The combined total raised was £1,245.00. The amount raised for Project Sulangan was £751.15 and the remaining amount was raised for Breast Cancer Care.
Today we took part in the Edinburgh Marathon 2016! It was an incredible day with thousands of runners taking part for so many great causes and we were honored to be a part of it! The weather was on our side the whole day and was quite hot towards the end of the run. Thank you so much to all those who donated. The total amount raised will be announced in due course.
Today was the Yorkshire Half Marathon, a total of 13.1 miles around the city of Sheffield. Sponsored by PlusNet, the half marathon was a tough course with about six miles of the course up hill. But with the weather on our side and the beautiful people of Sheffield cheering us on it was a great day to be raising money for Project Sulangan! Our next stop will be Edinburgh Marathon on the 29 May 2016! To view our previous events click here.
We set out to help rebuild a community after the most devastating natural disaster hit the Philippines. We brought emergency aid to the people of Sulangan, built a boat, donated clothing and food and rebuilt a school. Now that most of the village of Sulangan is rebuilt we still want to continue to help make a difference.
Project Sulangan believes that Education is Power in Poverty. After much discussion, we have decided that as a charity, going forward we will focus on providing and improving education for children in the Philippines. This means that Project Sulangan will reach out to the unreachable villages in the Philippines and help to make a difference by rebuilding and building schools, donating educational supplies and funding education. To read more, please click here.
Today we head back to Sulangan in the Philippines to finish rebuilding the Kindergarten Classroom! To follow our journey you can keep up to date with us on our social media sites listed below.
We will be heading back to the Philippines in November 2015! This is to finish rebuilding the Kindergarten Classroom that we started last year and have been fundraising for thoroughout the year. to follow our journey as we prepare to go to the philippines and also while we are there you can follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
At the end of 2014 we set ourselves a challenge… That challenge was to run the Sheffield Half Marathon on the 12th April 2015 and then one week later to run the Manchester Marathon on the 19th April 2015. We would combine these 2 events to raise money for not only Project Sulangan, but for Macmillan Cancer support. Macmillan are a charity which supports those families whose loved ones are battling cancer and it is a charity that is very close to our heart and the heart of a very dear friend who lost her mum to cancer.
We completed our challenge on the 19th April 2015, when we crossed the finish line at Old Trafford in Manchester.
The support and sponsorship from everyone was truly the encouragement we needed. Together you helped us raise a total of £442.50 and we are incredibly grateful.
Manchester Marathon 2015 was the first full marathon that Project Sulangan took part in! Although the day was tough and we were still recovering from last week’s half marathon, the day was one we will never forget. The crowd and the atmosphere managed to get us through and the support from everyone who sponsored us pushed us over the finish line.
Sheffield Half Marathon 2015 got underway on the 12th April! This was Project Sulangan’s second visit to this half marathon and the day couldn’t have gone any better! The streets were lined with people and the support was second to none.
Thank you Sheffield!
Treehouse Landscapes & Handshapes have drawn their Surfboard raffle in aid of Project Sulangan. Today the Australian surfboard company have selected a winner for the surfboard and it was Justin Bain from Logueville, NSW, Australia! The total amount raised was AU$2240!! We would like to thank Treehouse Lanscapes and Handshapes for this incredible donation and Simon Tedder and the Tedder family for making it all happen! HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL!
You can help us reach our goal and complete our Kindergarten Project! Your donation however big or small would go directly to the bulding materials for this project! Your donation would also go directly to the labours costs of this project, who are skilled workmen and survivors themselves of Typhoon Yolanda!
You are not only rebuilding a classroom but you are rebuilding lives in more ways than one! Click the Donate button to help us make a difference!
Our founder has met with the principal of Sulangan Elementary School and has agreed to rebuild their Kindergarten Classroom! This project will commence as soon as possbile and it is one which we are extremely passionate about! You can follow us on facebook and twitter to stay up to date with our progress!
Today Project Sulangan has arrived in Sulangan! We are here to use the funds that we have raised to start to rebuild a community project! You can follow us on Facebook and Twitter to see how we are getting on!
The Great Yorkshire Run 2014 raised £181.25!! A massive thank you to all who sponsored us for this event!
We have combined this with what was raised from the Sheffield Half Marathon and the total is now £522.25!!
We would like to extend our endless appreciation to all those who have continued to support Project Sulangan in every way possible! Without you we would not be able to make the difference that we are making!
2014 was the second fundrasing event for Project Sulangan! It was held in Sheffield, South Yorkshire, UK and the weather was on our side! The total amount raised has yet to be confirmed, so come back soon to find out how much we were able to raise! Thank you to all those who have already sponsored us for this event, you got us to the finish line!
Golden Giving, a donation and fundraising website has teamed up with Project Sulangan, so supporters can now make secure online donations!
Unlike other donations websites such as JustGiving and VirginMoney, Golden Giving remove the business costs which means more of your donation goes directly to the heart of our projects.
Click the ‘Donate’ tab to find out more and make a direct secure online donation to Project Sulangan!
Today I am very excited to announce a collaboration between Project Sulangan and Treehouse Landscapes & Handshapes, an Australian company who’s talent is a true art, from landscapes to shaping custom surfboards, the love for their craft is what makes them different. In order to raise money for Project Sulangan, they have decided to raffle off one of their very own handmade surfboards, with all the proceeds going to Project Sulangan.With a target of $5000 they will truly be making a difference to the lives of many.Please take a look at their amazing contribution, and for all those surfers out there… purchase a ticket. Contribute to many and win an amazing board!
The first fundraiser of Project Sulangan happened today on the streets of Sheffield, UK.
Whilst the race got off to a shakey start as it was cancelled the minute everyone was due to set off because of a lack of water, the competitors decided to run anyway! The total amount raised has yet to be calculated but a great day was had by all!
Come back to see how much we managed to raise in our first event for Project Sulangan!
Click on the ‘Get Involved’ tab for more information and pictures from this event!