Mangyan Tribe
We Travel. We Hike. We Enjoy. We Help! - that's our slogan for Lamyerda Outreach. This is a group of adventurous individuals who are engaged in traveling and mountaineering. It's primary objective is to create a bridge that connects the people with golden heart and the less fortunate who needs help. Our goal is to spread the essence of "giving back what we received" and our priority is EDUCATION. If you are interested to help or donate, please email: darwinfdalisay@gmail.com.

Photo above was taken during our "Sapin sa Paa, Balik Eskwela" Program held at Brgy. North Uyao, Roxas, Oriental Mindoro. I consider this as a successful event because I was able to see the happiness and joy on the faces of those more than 30 beneficiaries. I noticed tears of the parents while we were having our conversation during the event. Wewen of Lamyerda said: "Pasensya na po kayo, ito lang muna ang makakaya naming ibigay sa mga anak nyo." One of the mothers replied: "Okay lang, malaking tulong na po yan sa amin." Then the tears of the lady fell. More photos and information, click here: Project HELP

Non Government Organization in the Philippines
Photo above: A Walk to Remember Project was held at Brgy. Tampayan, Sibuyan Island, Romblon. It was conducted and joined by six mountaineers from Manila and a traveller from Switzerland. Original plan was to hike Mt. Guiting-guiting, as requested by the locals, we brought more than 50 slippers and prepared them with a sumptuous pancit and sandwich. More photos of the event, Click Here >>>

Kanlungan ni Maria
Photo above: Kanlungan ni Maria is a Filipino word which means Maria's shelter. It is an institution that deals with the elderly; focusing on the health, food and other personal necessities of all the members.  It was opened in 2002, through Father Daryl and with the help of his friends. Our group created a program to bring happiness and entertain our Lolos and Lolas, who were our beneficiary. More photos from the event, Click Here >>>

Aeta Tribe Zambales
One of our group mates visited Nagsasa Cove to enjoy the beauty of nature, but due to unpredictable weather condition, they were trapped by a typhoon. All of them were not so prepared to handle that situation, but a tribe member called aeta, opened their hands and helped them. Because of that unforgettable experience, our group decided to give back what they did to our friend. We visited and brought schools supplies to these less fortunate residents of Sitio Cawag Settlement in Subic, Zambales. In total, there were 50 children who received these supplies. Read our story here: Pass Muna sa Hiking, Go sa Helping.
Let's NOT WAIT for the government to help them!

Let US start and MAKE CHANGES!