Metro Manila, Rizal: relief operations #MarioPH #reliefPH
POSTED ON September 19, 2014 AT 9:35 pm
Sagip Maralita of the Kalipunan ng Damayang Mahihirap (KADAMAY) has started.
Please extend your help to our urban poor brothers in Metro Manila and in off-city relocation sites in Rodriguez, Rizal whose homes and belongings were submerged in roof-high monsoon flood brought by Tropical Storm Mario. Donations can be in form of cash assistance to facilitate emergency feeding program in temporary shelters and evacuation centers assisted by Kadamay. Food, water, clothes and construction materials will also aid urban poor’s fast recovery from the disaster.
Contact 02-427 4315 | 0909-745 8157
via their Facebook Page, accessed 9:34PM.
around Metro Manila: transport, relief goods #YolandaPH #reliefPH
POSTED ON November 23, 2013 AT 5:00 am
GrabTaxi is doing GRAB AND DONATE for the weekend of November 23 to 24, from 6:00AM to 10:00PM.
Book a GrabTaxi using your GrabTaxi App and put in the following details:
1) Your pick-up address.
2) Use “GrabTaxi Philippines” as your drop-off point.
3) Write #GRABANDDONATE on the Notes to the Driver section.
The GrabTaxi team will bring donations to the Philippine Red Cross.
Metro Manila: transportation #YolandaPH #relifePH
POSTED ON November 16, 2013 AT 1:18 pm
GrabTaxi has launched “Grab And Donate.” All GrabTaxis will pick-up relief donations for free from November 16 to 17 2013, from 6:00AM to 10:00PM.
1.Type “GrabTaxi Philippines” as drop-off point.
2. IMPORTANT: Type “#grabanddonate” on the notes section.
3. Our friendly kuya driver will pick up your donations for FREE and have them dropped off at our office.
The GrabTaxi team will personally drop off all donations to the Philippine Red Cross.
via GrabTaxi Philippines on Facebook, accessed 1:17PM.
Around Metro Manila: call for volunteers #YolandaPH #reliefPH
POSTED ON November 15, 2013 AT 6:00 am
via Golda Benjamin on Facebook, 12MN.
“The Mission: Drive survivors arriving at Villamor Air Base to the homes of their Manila-based families or to bus terminals. We did that today. Less than 10 volunteers. We need more.
First flight arrives at approximately 9am. A plane arrives every 2 hours until 10 in the evening. Go to the DSWD desk at the Grandstand of the Villamor Airbase. Inform them that you want to help transport the survivors to whereever they need to be in Metro Manila. DSWD contact: 0906 468 0287 (Glenda Derla) . Tomorrow, November 15, we will volunteer again and just do our regular jobs at night or this weekend. Please DM me if you’re going.”