In November 2013, one of the most powerful typhoons in the world, Haiyan (Yolanda), devastated the Visayas area of the Philippines.
In November 2013, one of the most powerful typhoons in the world, Haiyan (Yolanda), devastated the Visayas area of the Philippines. With more than 6,000 casualties and even more homes lost, many Filipinos were left homeless with most of their property destroyed.
Though a significant amount of time has passed since the typhoon hit, there is still more that needs to be done. A Catalan non-profit, Giants, aimed to support and enrich children through the magic of toys. The goal of Giants was to encourage the kids of Samar and Leyte to develop their imagination so that they could dream again. So many kids in the region went through such a traumatizing experience and Giants wanted to push them to not be afraid to dream big.
South Korea was one of the countries that supported relief efforts in Samar and Leyte. Not only with economic aid, but with medical personnel that were helping the region the whole year after. Having their roots in Gimhae, South Korea, Tannus tires share their nation’s objectives in having a commitment to the environment and helping their surrounding communities.
Recognizing the need to help the children of the Philippines, Tannus partnered with Giants to deliver 10,000 toys to children in Samar and Leyte. The main economic support of Tannus reached the community of Pastrana, Leyte where 200 kids from various schools in the area received 1,000 toys. Tannus and Giants share the same objective – make the kids believe in a better future through educational toys that could inspire them.
Children Need To Dream. Toys Create Dreams. Dreams Create Future.
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