Order Basic Grocery Items Online and We Deliver to Makati, Paco, Sta Ana, Ermita, Malate Manila, Pateros and seleted areas of Mandaluyong and Pasay
Other services soon: Assistance for Loans and Financing, Financial Education and Planning, Cleaning of house/condo units, Paying utility bills, arrange travel bookings. More to come... If you avail our service/s, you help the community.
Who we are?
We are group of community leaders and helpers, we do community and social development in our society. We are leaders, organizers and members of Livelihood Development Support and Community Services Inc. based in Makati City Philippines, a non-profit, non-political, non-religious and non-government organization.
What we do to our community?
Since 2011, we do community services and livelihood training programs, feeding activities, gift giving, training education such as values formation, parenting, personal leadership, financial literacy and more.
BREAKFAST ESSENTIALS: Bakery, Chocolate and Cocoa Drinks, Coffee, Creamers, Oats and Cereals, Preserves and Spreads
COOKING NEEDS: Baking Needs, Canned Fish and Seafoods, Canned Fruits, Canned Meat, Canned Vegetables, Condiments Sauces and Dressings, Desserts, Instant Noodles, Oil and shorteing, Pasta and Pancit, Soupt, Dairy Products
HOME NEEDS: Household Maintenance, Kitchenware, Laundry, Paper and Plastic Products, Small Appliances
PERSONAL NEEDS: Dental Care, Facial Care, General Hygiene, Hair Care, Medical Devices and Accessories, Non-Prescription Drugs, Sanitary Hygiene, Skin Care
SNACKS AND BEVERAGES: Adult Drink, Carbonated Drinks and soda, Chocolates and Candies, Cookies and Biscuits, Energy and Sports Drink, Fruit Juices, Liquid Drinks, Powder Milk, Snack Foods, Tea and Tea Mixes
SPECIALTY ITEMS: Pet Food and Supplies, School and Office Supplies
Outsource your grocery shopping with us.
For the moment, we accept ordering and deliver to Makati, and selected area of Manila (Paco, Ermita, Malate and Sta. Ana), Mandaluyong, Pateros, and Pasay every weekdays (Monday to Friday) from 9am to 9pm only.
If you have other grocery items that are not listed in Pinoy Helpers online grocery ordering and delivery system,
you may email your list to us and we will get it for you.
Use our service and help us feed the urban street children and educate the community about self reliance. Generated income will be for the social and community development projects organize by Livelihood Development Support and Community Services Inc., a non-profit, non-political, non-religious and non-government organization.
We love to hear from you!
If you have any inquiries, comments or suggestions, or even concerns, thru the following contact information and we will attend to your matters as soon as we can.
Bro. Oliver Bugarin, PinoyHelpers.com Online Grocery Store Admin
President and Organizer of Livelihood Development Support and Community Services Inc.
Licensed Financial Advisor / Travel Specialist / Gospel Teacher
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