Cainta Rizal: call for boats #urgentcalls #MarioPH #reliefPH
POSTED ON September 19, 2014 AT 4:29 pm
via 9News, 9TV, 4:27PM.
Mayor Kit Nieto says they are in need of boats to get to areas in Cainta flooded in.
Malabon: call for transport #urgentcalls #MarioPH #reliefPH
POSTED ON September 19, 2014 AT 4:24 pm
via 9News, 9TV, 4:22PM.
Urgent need for transportation so relief goods can be distributed in Malabon.
Roxas District Quezon City: transportation, rescue #urgentcalls #MarioPH #reliefPH #rescuePH
POSTED ON September 19, 2014 AT 2:30 pm
via GMA News TV Life, 2:27PM report:
There is a need for transport to bring relief goods (clothes, food, mats, blankets) in Roxas District Quezon City.
Cainta Rizal: transportation #urgentcalls #MarioPH #reliefPH #rescuePH
POSTED ON September 19, 2014 AT 1:11 pm
via @ANCAlerts, 1:10PM.
Cainta Mayor Nieto: We’re asking for more equipment, especially boats and 6×6 trucks.
Pasay, Makati, Taguig, Mindanao Ave: transportation, libreng sakay #reliefPH #rescuePH #MarioPH
POSTED ON September 19, 2014 AT 12:44 pm
@MMDA @News5AKSYON Ang Tulong Kapatid ng MVP Group of Companies have deployed PLDT Hilux vehicles to Pasay, Makati, Taguig for libreng sakay.
TV 5 bus will be dispatched to Mindanao Avenue and other areas for stranded passengers.
Additional vehicles and teams will be deployed to Evacuation Centers with ready to eat food, water, towels, clean clothes, blankets.
Contact: (02) 376 4412.
from Cebu to Leyte: relief goods, transport #YolandaPH #reliefPH
POSTED ON December 2, 2013 AT 12:51 pm
via Gerard Haze Ypil on Facebook, 12:45PM.
“We are bringing a 10-wheeler truck (wing van) to Leyte, to distribute some relief goods, there’s still lots of room. If anyone needs to haul some stuff over there, please PM us. We will be leaving on Wednesday night.”
for Iloilo or Capiz: call for transport #YolandaPH #reliefPH
POSTED ON November 23, 2013 AT 5:36 pm
450 relief packs are ready for sending to affected areas in Iloilo or Capiz. These are at the ACT Teachers Patylist office in Quezon City.
Contact: 0908-8631192 or email@example.com.
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.
VILLAMOR AIR BASE: update on Oplan Hatid, 11:05AM #YolandaPH #reliefPH
POSTED ON November 22, 2013 AT 11:13 am
via Junep Ocampo on Facebook.
OPLAN HATID OFFICIAL CALL FOR STOP-GAP OPERATION (NOVEMBER 22, 2013)
Oplan Hatid officially resumes operation in Villamor Air Base today. The group is finalizing details of the procedure for the regular operation. But there are survivors waiting to be shuttled today. So please help. Here’s what to do.
1. Proceed and park at Gate 5.
2. Take the shuttle to go to Oplan Hatid tent near the grandstand to register. Get your queuing number.
3. Wait for your turn to bid.
4. When assigned with passengers, take the shuttle to get your car.
5. Drive back to the tent to pick up your passengers.
6. Sign the DSWD form and you’re good to go.
We need your help now, survivors are stranded at Villamor. Maraming salamat po.
VILLAMOR AIR BASE: call for volunteers, transport #YolandaPH #reliefPH
POSTED ON November 22, 2013 AT 8:16 am
via Junep Ocampo on Facebook, 1:15AM.
TO ALL THOSE WHO WANT TO VOLUNTEER TO OPLAN HATID
(We may be able to resume full operations on Friday after lunch… God willing.)
We have a registration website. Kindly register first before going to Villamor Air Base. You need a car pass to enter the base. I hope you will volunteer. The experience of directly helping a family who has gone through the horrors of typhoon Yolanda is something priceless. Our volunteers have proven that there’s a different kind of high in helping. That’s why they keep on coming back.
Here’s the website. Hope to see you one of these days! http://oplanhatid.teleserv.ph/