relief operations

Mindoro: relief operations #NonaPH #ReliefPH

POSTED ON December 16, 2015 AT 9:11 pm

Operation: Awati Mindoro has been launched by Keep Hope Alive (KHA) youth volunteers, Oriental Mindoro Disaster Youth Volunteers (OMDYV), Hope, Inc. and Young Southeast Asian Leaders Initiative (YSEALI).

They are collecting goods for victims of the Typhoon Nona including: cash donations, canned goods, clothing, water, and other basic needs.

Contact:
Shernan in Mindoro 0949-474-3512 | Ritz 0927-359-1310.
Rewell in Manila 0939-223-8952.
Email sfgamol@yahoo.com.ph.

via KeepHopeAliveVolunteers on Facebook, Dec 16, 1:16PM.

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.

Quezon City: volunteers, relief goods #GlendaPH #reliefPH

POSTED ON July 17, 2014 AT 1:02 pm

via the University Student Council of UP Diliman Facebook page, July 16.

The University Student Council, the Office of the Chancellor, the Office of the Vice-Chancellor for Student Affairs, and the League of College Councils will start collecting donations on Thursday (July 17) at Vinzons Hall. We call on volunteers to help us pack goods and ship them to those who will be affected by the typhoon.

For students whose families will be affected by Typhoon Glenda, you may contact IskoOperations Head Roi Marcial at 09178821292.

Camarines Norte: relief operations #GlendaPH #reliefPH

POSTED ON July 17, 2014 AT 1:00 pm

via Vanessa Faye Bolibol @ipayness on Twitter, 12:12 AM.

center at Daet, Camarines Norte: Door 1, Sia Ramones Apt, Brgy. Cobangbang, Daet, Camarines Norte. Contact Bernar #ReliefPH

Manila, Quezon City: relief operations (updated) #GlendaPH #reliefPH

POSTED ON July 16, 2014 AT 3:49 pm

Tulong Kabataan Quick Response Relief Operations are ongoing.

Food donations: mineral water, rice, canned or any ready-to-eat packaged goods, biscuits, coffee and sugar, milk.

Medicines: paracetamol, anti-diarrhea, for cough and colds, hydration salts, vitamins.

Non-food donations: blankets, sleeping mats, clothes, underwear, sanitary napkins, diapers.

Drop-off points:
TK Center: Manila Central Church of Christ Disciples
2208 J. dela Rosa Street, Sampaloc Manila

TK Office: #5 Palosapis Street, Barangay Amihan Project 3 Quezon City

TK Head Office: #58 Burgos Street, Project 4, Quezon City

Contact: 0925-8216908 | 0936-4784458 | 0918-2169755.

 

Naga City: relief operations, call for volunteers #GlendaPH #reliefPH

POSTED ON July 16, 2014 AT 3:14 pm

via Leni Gerona Robredo’s Facebook Page, 4:08PM, July 15.

We welcome volunteers who will pack and distribute relief goods and who will monitor evacuation centers and assist our evacuees. Our operations center in Naga City is undermanned. You may call us at 054-4725462. 

As of now, we already have hundreds of families in evacuation centers scattered all over the district and the numbers are still rising. 

A small tornado hit Bgy Siembre, Bombon and destroyed a couple of houses to the ground. Fortunately, there were no fatalities and the families affected were already transferred to an evacuation center.

VILLAMOR AIR BASE: call for volunteers #YolandaPH #reliefPH

POSTED ON December 2, 2013 AT 1:33 pm

via the Art Relief Mobile Kitchen on Facebook, Mia Macapagal, 1:00pm.

Just served the fastest, busiest lunch ever. An estimated 500 or so meals from 11 am to 12:30, serving sinigang na baboy, nilagang baka, roasted chicken and pansit. And all accomplished by a skeletal team of about less than 15 volunteers.

So. For our shoutout, we have most of the items already we need on hand or on the way. We just need YOU, volunteers, to make it happen.

We’re still welcoming volunteers for now, later and tomorrow. Just sign up in the google docs. No need for confirmation and just come. Hope to see you there!

VILLAMOR AIR BASE: food donations #YolandaPH #reliefPH

POSTED ON November 25, 2013 AT 1:15 pm

via Art Relief Mobile Kitchen on Facebook, as of 12:30PM.
[Nov 25, Monday, 12:30 nn, acc to Ta Galvez]

Items that may need replenishment for the next few hours (2pm to 10pm) include:
* ice (tube and block)
* bottled water
* ground pork
* food containers (rectangular for meals, paper or microwavable preferred)
* soup bowls (thick paper preferred over styro)
* sandwich bags
* spoons and forks (impt not urgent)

Sir Alex currently onsite. Please contact/look for Ta for registration of volunteers and dropping off donations.

VILLAMOR AIR BASE: guidelines for volunteers #YolandaPH #reliefPH

POSTED ON November 24, 2013 AT 2:32 am

These are excerpts from the official announcement on Operation Salubong on its Facebook page, culling only information relevant for volunteers.

UPDATED, 11/24: FAQ Sheet for Operation Salubong at VILLAMOR AIR BASE
Updated: Friday, November 24, 12:59 AM

1. What is the current situation for Operation Salubong? Oplan Salubong has now been transitioned back to VILLAMOR AIR BASE by the government from Camp Aguinaldo (a day after they announced the transition of operations to the camp in Quezon City). The DSWD has assumed its responsibility in attending to the evacuees from the Visayas region, and will take leadership over the operations from the civilian volunteers who were in charge prior to November 21.

2. How will Operation Salubong work moving forward? The DSWD has re-designed the flow of Operation Salubong, where the various government agencies (DSWD-NCR, DOH-NCR, OCD-NCR, PIA-NCR, LGUs, MMDA, etc.) have stepped in to assume control over the different committees handling the relief work in Villamor. DSWD is acting at the lead agency running operations at the air base. Private citizens will no longer be involved in running the operations at the site.

3. Are volunteers still welcome to help in Operation Salubong? What if I pre-registered to volunteer before November 21? Can I just walk-in?

Yes! Volunteers are still welcome to help out. The DSWD has assumed responsibility over volunteer management at Villamor and are in charge of registering and orienting volunteers.

Unfortunately, all orders/sign-ups for those who have pre-registered on the Eventbrite website are now VOID. The DSWD has implemented a new system to register volunteers and they have also changed the schedules of duty for volunteers, so individuals must now proceed to Villamor Air Base and head to the volunteer registration booth at the entrance of PAF Grandstand to register as INDIVIDUAL/WALK-IN volunteers.

Those who did not register on Eventbrite but who are interested to volunteer must now proceed directly to Villamor Air Base and register on site.

4. How about groups? Do they accept group registration? Group registration is being accepted by the DSWD. Interested groups who want to register together must appear on site at least 1 hour before their planned schedule of duty so that the DSWD can fit your group in accordingly.

5. Given the change in the volunteer process, where can we now be assigned? Which committees are available? What are the new schedules of duty/shifts?

Volunteers can choose among the following:
– Medical services
– Psychosocial services
– Assistive services (Food, Marshal, Clothing, Maintenance, Escort for Oplan Hatid)

New schedules of duty/shifts:
– 8:00 AM to 12:00 NN
– 12:00 NN to 4:00 PM
– 4:00 PM to 8:00 PM
– 8:00 PM to 12:00 MN
– 12:00 MN to 4:00 AM
– 4:00 AM to 8:00 AM

Take note that if there is a large influx of volunteers, you may have to wait for the next shift to be able to volunteer, as the DSWD is currently controlling the number of volunteers depending on the fluctuating number of evacuees coming in that need to be assisted. This may also work in reverse (those who volunteered for the next shift are pulled in) if there is a very large number of evacuees that arrive.

All donations are now being centrally managed by the DSWD. Donations can be dropped off directly at the grandstand, beside the Information Desk. Upon arrival there, the DSWD will inventorize what you have donated and provide a receipt. For cooked food donation, please ensure that they are still fresh and will not easily spoil.

 

VILLAMOR AIR BASE: call for food donations #YolandaPH #reliefPH

POSTED ON November 23, 2013 AT 6:47 pm

via Mia Macapagal on Art Relief Mobile Kitchen on FB, 6:00PM.

As of 6pm, Nov 23 Saturday, these are the items that we would be needing in the next few hours (7pm to 7 am):
* M-gas screw top tank for one burner (urgent)
* 20 kg of all kinds of meat
* 20 kg of vegetables
* water
* soup bowls (rounds)
* food containers (rectangulars)
* tuna
* eggs (preferably boiled)
* for the morning: daing, fish, etc

Tools: utensils like soup ladle, frying spatula and meat cleaver.
* tables, tents

Coordinators on board: Sir Alex & Teddy

Ta Galvez will be posting updates for inventory and keeping track of the FB page. PM her for concerns re: 3pm-10pm shift.

Volunteers for 10pm shift, please take note.

Others: For those who’ve signed up, please strike your name from the list if you’re not going anymore. Mahirap mag-man ng booth pag maraming wala in the middle of a shift. For those asking, yes you can still come to volunteer if the list says its full. We need all kinds of help.

IDs to enter the base may or may not be asked. Just bring one in case. See you all!

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