Being stuck at home during a pandemic can leave one feeling helpless amidst the crises taking place all over the country and the world. Rest assured that practicing social distancing at this time is already an important step in supporting the nation's efforts to stop the spread of COVID-19, but if you're looking for more ways to actively help those who need it the most, here's one way you can do so: local organization Kaya Natin is letting you purchase donation vouchers online to help our frontliners!

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Kaya Natin is an organization dedicated to promoting good governance and ethical leadership. Here's how their online donation program works: Just visit Kaya Natin's page on Lazada. There, you'll find donation vouchers you can purchase with prices ranging from P100 to P1,000—even a small donation would be a big help to those working in the middle of this crisis. These vouchers include cash, protective equipment for health workers, and food and care packages to help out our frontliners in this trying time. You may even want to encourage friends and family to donate, too!

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Kaya Natin's donation vouchers can be purchased online.

For more information, log on to Kaya Natin's Facebook page.

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