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Want a Tattoo? Get One For Free Here, But Donate to Taal Victims First

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Tattoo shops and tattoo artists across Manila, Cavite, and Batangas are stepping up and doing their part for the victims of the Taal Volcano eruption. For a free tattoo of your choice, you can donate food, clothes, hygiene products, and water to those in need.

There’s still no telling how long the evacuees will have to stay at evacuation centers, and there’s still no word on whether Taal will act up again, so a little will go a long way in being prepared for the worst.

Here’s where you can get your tattoo for a cause:

The Doctor is Inked

966 A.H. Lacson Ave. Sampaloc, Manila, Metro Manila

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John Estinopo

Sir Jake Vape Shot, Vipra Street, Barangay Sagandaan, Quezon City, Metro Manila

Cavite’s Pride

SM Bacoor, Bacoor City, Cavite

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Sam Muel, Mike Melanis, Alfous Panganiban Cruz, Tintadous

St. Peter Day Care Center, Poblacion 4, Mendez

Ojie Altoveros

Block 12, Lot 8, San Simon, DBB-C, Dasmarinas, Cavite

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