Saturday, July 9, 2011

Join the HWH Pencil Project and Help Raise 10,000 Pencils for Kids

Education is a basic need. It is a right and not a privilege. Please help this worthwhile advocacy. Read on to find out how.

Press Release:

A pencil is just a small tool. But like all tools, it can be very powerful. Do you know what a pencil can really do?

* In the hands of artists, our minds are exposed to beauty.
* In hands of inventors, our lives have been improved.
* In the hands of writers, our souls are lifted to greater heights.

Now, can you imagine if we give a child a pencil and see what he can do?

The HWH Pencil Project is a digital signature campaign through the combined efforts of Dynamic Teen Company (DTC) and (HWH). The aim of this campaign is to raise 10,000 pencils to support DTC's "Kariton Klasrum Project". Through this endeavor, children in the slum areas will get a decent supply of pencils to help them learn the basics of writing, reading and arithmetic.

How can you help?

All Facebook account holders can take part in this campaign by simply filling-up the sign up form in HWH's Facebook page. will donate one pencil to DTC's "Kariton Klasrum Project" for every digital signature collected. One successful digital signature is equivalent to one pencil and one happy child.

Support this project by telling your friends to sign up so WHW can give more pencils and make more children happy.

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About Dynamic Teen Company:

Dynamic Teen Company (DTC) is a group of concerned young people with a mission of making a small yet significant difference in other people's lives, particularly the small children in slum areas who have no access to education, basic hygiene and sometimes, even love from their families. The group was founded in the Philippines in August 1997 by four teenagers from Cavite National High School, one of whom was Efren Penaflorida, 2009 CNN Hero of the Year.

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