Originally published on February 28, 2023
Starting March 1, 2023, Angat Buhay will be admitting walk-in visitors to the Museo ng Pag-asa, where the non-government organization (NGO) holds office and curates artifacts, memorabilia, and multimedia materials from the 2022 people’s campaign.
Part of the museum’s collections are handcrafted items that were personally given to Angat Buhay Board Chairperson Atty. Leni Robredo by individuals and organizations all over the country, many of which are now part of the Angat Bayanihan Volunteer Network that supports and implements programs, projects, and activities of the NGO.
Everyone is invited to visit the museum, to revisit key moments of bayanihan in recent years, and to keep its spirit alive by supporting Angat Buhay’s mission to help more marginalized communities all over the country.Raffy Magno, Angat Buhay Executive Dirdctor
Visitors can secure a museum pass for P100, except for children, students, senior citizens, and PWDs can do so for only P50, when they go to the Museo ng Pag-asa located at 84 Cordillera St., Sta. Mesa Heights, Quezon City from Wednesday to Sunday, 10:00AM-4:00PM.
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