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online donations #GlendaPH #reliefPH

POSTED ON July 16, 2014 AT 3:19 pm

The Bridge’s corporate social responsibility (CSR) arm is calling for donation for victims of Typhoon Glenda. Donations will be used to “purchase water, rice, and food” which will be delivered to victims in coordination with local government units.

Click here to donate online.

Kusog Tacloban: call for cash donations #YolandaPH #reliefPH

POSTED ON November 18, 2013 AT 7:00 am

via Kusog Tacloban’s Facebook Page, 2:03AM.

If you are looking for a way to help Tacloban, please consider supporting KUSOG TACLOBAN (to give strength to Tacloban), an effort started by Taclobanons with the help of the Filipino Community Center in Hawaii and the FAIR Hiring Initiative in the Philippines. Relief goods and agencies are available to help Leyte and Samar but the lack of manpower is hampering efforts to get that help out.

Kusog Tacloban plans to:
• Recruit volunteers and mobilize them to Tacloban and other hard- hit areas in Leyte and Samar.
• Support ongoing efforts by augmenting the human resources needed to accomplish tasks.
• Coordinate with people on the ground to see who needs what kind of help.
• Match volunteers to tasks and manage the logistics of getting them in and out.

If you would like to help, please make checks payable to:

The Filipino Community Center
94-428 Mokuola St # 302
Waipahu, HI 96797
808-6800451

Donors should write Kusog Tacloban on their checks otherwise it will be lost to another Tacloban effort.

Online donations are accepted via www.filcom.org through its “Donate to Relief Efforts” page. Donors using this option should indicate that they want their donation to go to Kusog Tacloban by sending an email with this wish to filcom@filcom.org AND socrates@fairhiringinc.com.

CLICK HERE TO DONATE ONLINE.

for Leyte, Cebu: medical supplies, medicines #reliefPH #YolandaPH

POSTED ON November 16, 2013 AT 6:12 pm

Samantha Tinsay in coordination with Cebu Doctors’ University College of Medicine is raising funds for medicine and medical supplies for the victims of Typhoon Yolanda in Leyte and Northern Cebu.

CLICK HER TO DONATE THROUGH CDU.

 

nationwide donations #YolandaPH #reliefPH

POSTED ON November 14, 2013 AT 11:17 pm

Ayala Mall are accepting donations in cash and in kind for victims of Typhoon Yolanda.

Cash donations:
BPI Account 0031-0684-95
Account Name: “Alay sa Komunidad”

Drop-off points:
Glorietta 02-7527272
Greenbelt 02-7574853
Alabang Town Center 02-8422782
Ayala Center Cebu 032-5162035
Market! Market! 02-8867519
Bonifacio High Street 02-8560523
Serendra
TriNoma 02-9013000
MarQuee Mall 045-3040806
Abreeza Mall
Harbor Point
Centrio Mall

CLICK HERE TO DONATE THROUGH AYALA FOUNDATION.

via ayalafoundation.org, rappler.com, sunstar.com.ph, accessed 11:13PM.

worldwide donations: PLAN #YolandaPH #reliefPH

POSTED ON November 14, 2013 AT 8:03 pm

PLAN has launched its Philippines Typhoon Haiynan Appeal.

“Plan emergency teams are on the ground right now – helping families affected by Typhoon Haiyan, which struck communities with wind speeds of over 310 kmh (195 mph). Plan International Chief Executive Officer Nigel Chapman said: “Plan has spent many years successfully helping to build communities’ resilience to disasters and emergencies in the Philippines – but the sheer strength and impact of this typhoon is simply unprecedented and overwhelming. Many communities are now in dire and urgent need.

We have launched the highest possible level of reponse to this tragedy and are committing many extra resources and staff to help those affected get back on their feet as quickly as possible.”

CLICK HERE TO DONATE THROUGH PLAN.

via edition.cnn.com, accessed 8:03PM.

worldwide donations: Direct Relief #YolandaPH #reliefPH

POSTED ON November 14, 2013 AT 7:58 pm

Direct Relief is sending aid for Typhoon Yolanda survivors.

“As Direct Relief’s first emergency shipment of medicines and supplies arrives in the Philippines tonight, an estimated 650,000 people are still displaced from Typhoon Haiyan. Electricity and communications lines remain down in the worst-affected provinces, making the full extent of destruction and loss of life unclear. Direct Relief has made its entire $65 million in medical inventory available for the relief effort and has extended an offer of assistance to the Philippines Secretary of Health.”

CLICK HERE TO DONATE THROUGH DIRECT RELIEF.

via edition.cnn.com, accessed 7:56PM.

worldwide donations: Doctors of the World USA #YolandaPH #reliefPH

POSTED ON November 14, 2013 AT 7:56 pm

Doctors of the World USA is sending medical teams to the Philippines and is raising funds for emergency aid to children and families affected by Typhoon Yolanda.

CLICK HERE TO DONATE TO DOCTORS OF THE WORLD USA.

via edition.cnn.com, accessed 7:56PM.

worldwide donations: Heart To Heart #YolandaPH #reliefPH

POSTED ON November 14, 2013 AT 7:53 pm

Heart To Heart International is calling for donations to send aid and medical volunteers to affected areas of Typhoon Yolanda in the Philippines.

“As Haiyan approached the Philippines, HHI was in contact with trusted partner organizations in the island nation to coordinate sending in needed relief supplies, and the aid shipments have already begun. HHI is also deploying medical volunteers in the Philippines to help render aid to so many in need.”

CLICK HERE TO DONATE THROUGH HEART TO HEART.

via edition.cnn.com, accessed 7:49PM.

worldwide donations: Int’l Medical Corps #YolandaPH #reliefPH

POSTED ON November 14, 2013 AT 5:45 pm

The International Medical Corps is accepting donations for their emergency response for victims of Typhoon Yolanda.

“International Medical Corps focuses on the delivery of community-based primary health care.  We emphasize training and education, and prioritize hiring local staff — in fact, 96% of our field-based staff and health professionals are recruited from the local community. This helps to ensure that skills and knowledge are passed on and remain long after our programs have ended.

Within the foundation of primary health care delivery, our program priorities are Emergency Response, Health Capacity Building, Women and Children’s Health and Well-Being, Mental Health, and Clean Water, Sanitation & Hygiene.”

via edition.cnn.com, accessed 4:30PM.

worldwide donations #YolandaPH #reliefPH

POSTED ON November 14, 2013 AT 5:10 pm

Architecture for Humanity is taking part in the task of long-term reconstruction in post-Yolanda Philippines.

“With Architecture for Humanity’s experience helping communities beyond the relief phase of disaster, we are currently mobilizing to assist in long-term reconstruction. Through speaking with local stakeholders and construction professionals, we are working to begin understanding the on-the-ground situation to prioritize rebuilding needs and help affected regions build back better and stronger.

‘We are currently in touch with local architects and partners within our network, who are helping us to identify the most critical rebuilding needs – both in the short and long term. As we identify these needs, we will work with communities to build back better. Early support will allow us to begin working with communities immediately and empower local architects to drive recovery locally,’ – Eric Cesal, Director, Reconstruction and Resiliency Studio.”

CLICK HERE TO DONATE THROUGH ARCHITECTURE FOR HUMANITY.

via edition.cnn.com, accessed 4:30PM.

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