Over the weekend, the Philippines was ravaged by the strongest storm in the world for this year leaving thousands and thousands of people devastated.
We are channeling our talent to research, compile and write (since we are kind of short on the monetary side too) and I hope our skills and our simple talent can somehow help those who are in need at this moment.
So, how can you help? Here are some of info graphics, websites and ways how to:
Department of Social Welfare & Development (DSWD)
- accepting donations at: NAIA Chapel Road, Pasay City (at the back of CAAP)
Roel Montesa – 09263469927, firstname.lastname@example.org
Elma Pille – email@example.com
- Cash deposits accepted
DSWD Bank Acct. at Landbank of the Philippines Nos. 3122-1011-84 (current) and 3124-0055-81 (savings)
Fe Catalina Ea – 09186281897
- Repacking of relief goods ongoing at DSWD-NROC, Pasay City. Interested volunteers can call 8512681 to schedule.
Gawad Kalinga – Operation Walang Iwanan (website & details)
GMA Kapuso Foundation (website & details)
ABS-CBN Sagip Kapamilya (website & details)
ShelterBox (website & details)
Catholic Relief Services (website & details)
Victory (website & details)
The 1000 Bear Hugs Project (visit their Twitter Account for details)
US Philippines Society (website & details)
Aboitiz Foundation (website & details)
Here is also a list of International Drop-off points for international donors (website)
It does not end there; did you know that there are KPop-related organizations & KPop fandoms that are having their share of Donation Drives right now? Here are some of them:
Soshified (website & details)
Super Junior United PH (they will post details soon check their Twitter Account for updates)
CaptainWuFan PH (email them: firstname.lastname@example.org, visit their Facebook Page, visit their website for details)
Daesol (blog & details)
The Sky’s The Limit (website & details)
CNBLUE Philippines (details)
MBLAQ Philippines (please contact them on their Twitter Account)
…And if you are going to call for someone and or finding a specific person in the affected area:
Google’s Person Finder for Typhoon Yolanda: http://google.org/personfinder/2013-yolanda
Please feel free to add other details on how to donate/help on the comment section below.
credits: to the rightful owners of the info graphics that appear on this post