Group raising funds for cultural workers, local museums
A non-profit organization is raising funds for local museums and cultural workers struggling to make ends meet during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Grupo Kalinangan is aiming to raise P250,000 through its Ayuda Para sa Pamana (Help for Heritage) program.
The group said the fundraiser intends to help in museum rehabilitation and operations. It also aims to help museums turn their collections into "digitally-curated exhibits and online museum experiences."
Grupo Kalinangan said the beneficiaries of their fundraiser include:
Museo Pambata (Roxas Blvd., Ermita, Manila)
Bahay Nakpil-Bautista Museum (Quiapo, Manila)
The Negros Museum (Bacolod City, Negros Occidental)
BIPSU Museum (Biliran Provincial State University, Naval, Biliran)
Hofileña Museum (Silay City, Negros Occidental)
D’Bone Collector Museum (Davao City)
Boljoon Parish Museum (Boljoon, Cebu)
Bantayan Parish Museum (Bantayan, Cebu)
Philippine-Japan Historical Museum (Davao City)
Upside Down Museum (CCP Complex, Pasay City)
Museo Iloilo (Ilo-ilo City)
Balangiga Encounter Museum (Balangiga, Eastern Samar)
Blanco Family Museum (Angono, Rizal)
Malagos Chocolate Museum (Davao City)
Museo de Mariposa (Davao City)
For more information, visit the Grupo Kalinangan website.