The Electrolux Save & Share Blog Series: THE VALUE OF SHARING

For part two of our Save and Share Series we got to ask the Electrolux  brand ambassadors on some tips on how to teach young children the Value of Sharing.

I have a 7 year old nephew, Calvin, an only child and apo, although we have no problems teaching him about sharing its his being too gracious that sometimes worries us. But with the Electrolux Clothes donation campaign, I think he will eventually learn to value some of his things and learn the proper way of sharing his old stuff .

Chef Rosebud Benitez-Velasco

1. How do you teach Kids about the value of sharing? 

Mommy Janice:It is natural for kids to be in the “ME” phase as toddlers, but even at that age (around 2-4years old) when he thinks everything is his: that the world revolves around him, we can already teach them to share.

Chef Rosebud: It is very important to teach our kids to share. We should actually teach them the earliest time possible, like even as a toddler. It could be as simple as sharing his toys with other kids, or even food. We should teach them to be selfless and unselfish.

2. What are your thoughts on the Electrolux Clothes Donation Advocacy and on the upcycling of unusable clothesto make quilts and blankets for babies and small children?Janice Crisostomo-Villanueva

Mommy Janice: Seeing for myself how people donated clothes and items that are not “donate-able” like formal gowns, retro shirts with pointy collars, bathing suits, and the like- makes this Electrolux concept brilliant!

Chef Rosebud: I’m actually very excited about this campaign because there are so many people out there who are really in need. It’s one great way of sharing our blessings with others. And turning the unusable clothes into quilts or blankets is a genius concept! Like for example, if you have costumes or gowns from school plays which we can’t really donate because no one else would wear them will become very useful again once it is turned into quilts or blankets.

Speaking of upcycling clothes be sure to check out our next post about Electrolux and Gawad Kalinga’s Trese partnership. GK’s Trese community will be the one to make the quilts with the materials that came from the Electrolux clothes donation drive.

“The Electrolux Save & Share Blog Series is part of the Electrolux Delightful-E simple campaign which aims to help moms save not just money but also their precious time by making their everyday tasks delightfully simple and easy.

It is a web series hosted by 10 of the top entertainment and lifestyle bloggers in the country where they get to ask Electrolux brand ambassadors Cheska Garcia Kramer, Chef Rosebud Benitez, Chef Bruce Lim and Mommy Mundo’s Janice Villanueva about creative yet effective ways to save household expenses and sharing blessings to others.”

For those who wants to donate their pre-loved clothes to the needy. Here is a list of the drop-off sites:

  • Electrolux Customer Service Hub- Grundfos Building, 5548 Osmena Highway, Brgy. San Isidro, Makati City
  • Mommy Mundo Head Office- 2nd Floor Fun Ranch Frontera Verde, Ortigas Center, Pasig City
  • Unilever Philippines Head Office- 1351 United Nations Ave., Paco, Manila
  • Empire East Land Holdings Inc.- 11th Floor World Center Bldg., Sen Gil Puyat, Makati City
  • St. Mary’s College- 37 Mother Ignacia Ave., Paligsahan Quezon City
  • Kodak Philippines- 2901 88 Corporate Center Valero cor. Sedeno St., Salcedo Village, Makati City
  • Morgan Stanley- 16th Floor E-Services Building, Bonifacio Global City, The Fort, Taguig
  • Center for Culinary Arts (CCA)- 287 Katipunan Ave., Loyola Heights, Quezon City
  • Dasmarinas Village (Homeowners Association Office)- 1419 Campanilla St. Dasmarinas Village, Makati City
  • BrandAction Inc.- Unit 4B ALPAP Bldg., 160 LP Leviste St., Salcedo Village, Makati City
  • Isla Lipana & Co.- 29th Floor Philam Life Tower 8767 Paseo de Roxas Makati City

For more information on the Electrolux Save and Share Blog Series, visit or follow @ElectroluxPH on Twitter and Instagram.

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