Philippine Red Cross Boracay-Malay Chapter

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Philippine Red Cross Boracay-Malay Chapter

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Address Station 3, Manggayad, Manoc-Manoc, Boracay, Aklan
Phone (036) 288-2068; (036) 288-2275 or Local HOTLINE - 199
Website Red Cross
Business email boracay@redcross.org.ph

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The Chapter was inaugurated on April 13, 2011, the 99th Chapter in the country. The Philippine Red Cross provides timely, efficient, and responsive humanitarian services to the most vulnerable in accordance with the principles and values of the Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement.

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The Philippine Red Cross Boracay-Malay Chapter delivers six of the avenues of services, with the exception of the International Humanitarian Law, to the demanding and unique needs of the Boracay-Malay community. Only on its 2nd year of existence – a baby in the field of humanitarian services, the PRC Boracay-Malay Chapter are overwhelmed with the demands of various services required by the community.

As a nongovernmental organization relying solely on the donors of philanthropic individuals and corporations the Chapter, despite its meager funds, had been able to deliver and accomplish so much to augment the local government ineptness to answer the needs of the community. With such performance of the Chapter at its toddler stage it served as proof that the PRC National Headquarter never made a mistake in conferring a full Chapter status for the Boracay-Malay Chapter.

Boracay Island has unique and demanding needs due to the unique community of residents and guests comprising of international expatriates and locals. The Chapter augments the most needed services in the following areas:
1. Blood Services
2. Disaster Management Services
3. Safety Services
4. Health & Social Services
5. Red Cross Youth & Volunteers Services



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