Not All Heroes Wear Capes

#WeTheFrontliners is a fundraiser initiative for our frontliners. The website exhibits to the world the faces of the people that still serves the public amidst the rapidly spreading coronavirus, COVID-19. We are dedicating this website to our frontliners as a sign of gratitude for their bravery and encouragement to do the best that they can.

They're not just your doctors and nurses. They are also your laboratory scientists, pharmacists, radiologists, hospital staffs, grocers, the media, your mailman, janitors, pilots, police, security, the guy that delivers you food, and many, many more.

#WeTheFrontliners - The Frontline
These are the faces and the stories of our frontliners all around the world. Day by day, they risk their lives carrying out life threatening tasks, majority without access to the most basic protection against COVID-19.
Instagram widget is made possible with the generosity of ________

Join The Frontline

Share your photos and a short caption as frontliner in this pandemic! Spread the hashtag #WeTheFrontliners

For Instagram / Twitter
  • Make sure your profile is set to Public
  • Upload a photo of you or with other frontliners at work in Instagram and/or in Twitter, include a short caption on what you do. Make sure to add our official hashtag #WeTheFrontliners for our servers to detect your post.

    * Instagram Stories is not supported.
  • Tag a couple of your friends to spread awareness of our initiative.
  • Allow five to fifteen minutes for your photo to be shown on The Frontline.
For Facebook
  • Make sure your post is set to Public
  • Upload a photo of you or with other frontliners at work in Facebook include a short caption on what you do.
  • For our servers to detect your post, mention our page, We The Frontliners, on your post.

    Click here to like our facebook page.
  • Tag a couple of your friends to spread awareness of our initiative.
  • Allow five to fifteen minutes for your photo to be shown on The Frontline.

Connect To Instagram

Join The Frontline

Share your photos and your story as a frontliner in this pandemic! Spread the hashtag #WeTheFrontliners
For Instagram / Twitter
  • Set your profile to Public
  • Upload a photo of you or with other frontliners at work in Instagram and/or in Twitter, include a short caption on what you do. Make sure to add our official hashtag #WeTheFrontliners for our servers to detect your post.

    * Instagram stories are not supported
  • Tag a couple of your friends to spread awareness of our initiative.
  • Allow five to fifteen minutes for your photo to be shown on The Frontline.
For Facebook
  • Make sure your post is set to Public
  • Upload a photo of you or with other frontliners at work in Facebook, include a short caption on what you do.
  • For our servers to detect your post, mention our page, We The Frontliners, on your post.

    Click here to like our page.
  • Tag a couple of your friends to spread awareness of our initiative.
  • Allow five to fifteen minutes for your photo to be shown on The Frontline.
Not a frontliner? Help us help our frontliners! Spread our initative by posting a picture of yourselves at home, include a short message of encouragement for our frontliners all over the world! Follow the steps above for your preferred social media.

Proudly Sponsored by

#WeTheFrontliners - Fundraising

Where Will Your Donations Go

Your donations will aid the Philippines' frontline in the battle for life in this COVID-19 pandemic. It is evident that the Philippines healthcare system is not at par to other countries such as the United States, Italy, South Korea, Germany, etc. In this time of need, there are no amounts too big or too small, everything counts.

With the #WeTheFrontliners initiative, the collected funds will be used to purchase necessities (PPEs, food, sanitizers, etc.) for our frontliners in Manila and Pampanga, Philippines. The capital of the Phillipines, Manila, together with the food capital of the Philippines, Pampanga, are part of the island-wide enhanced community quarantine that the President of the Philippines, Rodrigo Roa Duterte, ordered to tackle the spread of the virus COVID-19.

At the frontlines, in the Philippines, you can see understaffed, underpaid, and overworked health workers risking their lives with self-made face shields as the hospitals in the country are severely lacking the budget to purchase the necessary PPEs and effectively fight the virus. You can also see the police manning checkpoints 24/7 rain or shine with minimal PPEs. These checkpoints are part of the government's effort to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

With your help, we will be able to provide nutritional goods, sanitizers, PPEs to our frontliners in the Philippines. We humbly request for your aid in donating to your heart's content for this cause.

For more information about the Philippine's Healthcare System kindly proceed to this link, head on to 'Key Findings', page 263.