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To speed up things, TBFI members themselves called up people they knew could help and even hired a delivery truck to bring much needed help fast.
After visits to different provinces, TBFI formally transformed into a full-fledged nonprofit organization committed to doing more than just short-term relief operations.
But, through perseverance and luck, TBFI was able to raise millions to finance the first phase of its plan.
With the support of Gawad Kalinga (GK) and Sara's local government unit, TBFI conducted workshops during the construction period to prepare beneficiaries for their own responsibilities.
To build sustainable homes, members of TBFI had to learn about different fields-engineering, architecture, social work, law, research, even psychology-which none of them studied.
For TBFI members, the smiles on their faces were their greatest reward.
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