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Donation drive for #OdettePH victims

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A few days ago, parts of the Philippines were slammed and devastated by Typhoon Odette, also known as Typhoon Rai, the strongest typhoon to hit the country this year. With peak winds of up to 235 km/h and torrential rains that tore off roofs, toppling structures and, in 41 areas across 4 regions, causing severe flooding and landslides. 

While the typhoon has exited Philippines on the 18th of December, more than 1.8 million people have been affected, and to the latest report of the national police, over 332,000 Filipinos are now displaced. The death toll has surged to 375, with numbers expected to increase as some of the affected areas were and/or are still isolated after the typhoon’s landfall.

In accordance with the government’s Rapid Damage Assessment and Needs Analysis, as well as HCT and Inter-Cluster Coordination Group (ICCG) assessments conducted over the weekend, priority needs include family food packs and non-food items, access to potable water and hygiene kits, emergency shelter repair kits and temporary shelter, fuel, medical supplies, restore access to all affected areas, as well as protection services. Affected people expressed the preference of cash assistance to access local markets where they had been restored.

In this Christmas season of giving, give another life a chance, and contribute to any of the following donation drives to support those gravely affected by typhoon Odette.

Come join our Donation Drive for all victims of Typhoon Odette. All proceeds will go to The Philippine Red Cross to support them in their relief efforts for all those affected.

Donate through credit card, PayMaya, Gcash, GrabPay, BPI or Unionbank.

You may send your donations using the QR code below or by visiting this link https://bit.ly/DonationsOdettePH

Feel free to pass the QR code and/or the link to your familes and friends!

     

GCASH
Valerie Villanueva
09272228549

BDO
007550084073
Yveth Kaye M. San Luis

BPI
1059279854
Nicole Manuelle Villaera

Paymaya
Robert Jr Castel
09176607005

For in-kind donations, message:
Yveth Kaye San Luis | fb.com/yvethsanluis
Robert Castel Jr. | fb.com/junjuncastel

FOR MONETARY DONATIONS:

GCASH
Geusefinno Perucho 09204555991
Regie Raxl Perez 09514905148

LANDBANK
Geusefinno Perucho
3077-0974-80

PAYPAL
aperucho.pnfsp@gmail.com

FOR IN-KIND DONATIONS:
METRO MANILA DROP OFF POINTS;
📍QUEZON CITY
– 53 Samar Avenue, Barangay South Triangle, Quezon City
– Contact: 09610840277 (John Rufinel Sagun)

📍MARIKINA
– CSHA Covered Court, CSHA Village, Brgy. Concepcion Uno, Marikina
– Contact: 09286982347 (Jinkeyleen Lim)

LUZON DROP OFF POINTS:
📍 BULACAN
-San Jose del Monte, Bulacan
Villa Leonora Resort, Igay Rd, Brgy. Sto. Cristo (in front of ABS-CBN Studio)
-Contact: 09268683989 (Samantha Gabronino)

VISAYAS DROP OFF POINTS;
📍CEBU
-Baragay Capitol Site, Cebu City, Cebu
-Contact: 09655689036 (Marlowe Locson)

MINDANAO DROP OFF POINTS;
📍AMBAGAN PH MINDANAO CENTRAL OFFICE (ZAMBOANGA PENINSULA)
-May Drive St., Guiwan-Porcentro, Brgy. Guiwan, Zamboanga City
-Contact: 09368385159 (Yoshi Abeson)

📍ILIGAN CITY/ CAGAYAN DE ORO
-Rooftop Tominobo, Alita Village, Tomas Cabili, Iligan City, Lanao del Norte
-Contact: 09635863006 (Phia Tacastacas)

📍DAVAO CITY
-27 Brgy. Obrero, Davao City
-Contact: 09271531673 (Nerlyn Altilero)

📍GENERAL SANTOS CITY (SOCKSARGEN)
-Lagao National Highschool, General Santos City, South Cotabato
-Contact: 09270233125 (Psychee Desiree Een Castillo)

For Cash donations, you may send it through:

📌 Cebu Caritas Office
c/o Ms. Ann Bernadette Cabigon
Cebu Caritas Building
P. Gomez St., Brgy. Sñr. Sto. Niño, Cebu City

📌 UnionBank:
Acct. Name: Cebu Caritas Inc.
Acct. No.: 001130006960

📌 GCash:
Name: Ann Bernadette Cabigon (Finance Director)
Number: 09088750877

📌 Office of the Archbishop
c/o Sr. Maricor Talay, MCST
Archbishop’s Residence Compound
D. Jakosalem St., Cebu City

📌 Online Donation:
https://www.stockcrowd.com/template/2/7139

For in-kind donations, such as rice, canned goods, water, noodles, flashlights, you may drop them at:

📌 Cebu Caritas Office, P. Gomez St., Brgy. Sñr. Sto. Niño, Cebu City
📌 SPFY Covered Court
c/o Ms. Margie Matheu
Archbishop’s Residence Compound
D. Jakosalem St., Cebu City

For those who want to give financial help, you may send to this account:

GCASH
Vilma Espina Saito
0917-816-0065

BDO
Vilma Espina Saito
010360083110

GCASH
Sophia Celina
0917-567-1108

PAYPAL
Kara Rosas
Lokallab.donations@gmail.com

PAYMAYA
Kara Rosas
0917-834-4505

UNIONBANK
Kara Gianina Rosas
1019-000-05379

Siago Beach Resort
0023-400-9474

GCASH
John Timothy Rex Pellina
0908-191-7597

Or CONTACT
Hazel Ross Arzaga
0977-363-2336

Help raise funds to send as much 10L/5L jugs of water to places affected by Typhoon Odette in Visayas, Mindanao & Palawan!

GCASH
Kimberly g.
0917-685-0138

The Association of Young Boholanos in Metro Manila Inc. (AYBM) and Tapok-Tapok Bol-anon Inc. (TTBI) in coordination with Boholanos Association in Metro Manila Inc. (BAMMI) UNITE AND FORM this relief drive initiative for the benefit of the typhoon victims.

GCASH
Amir S.
0908-425-1123

Dorothy Jane R.
0928-858-5377

BDO SAVINGS ACCOUNT
Dorothy Jane Romas
0048801002817
Swift code: BNORPHMM

PNB SAVINGS ACCOUNT
Amir P. Sol
130610120994
Swift code: PNBPHMM

Cash donation channels:
PAYPAL:
http://paypal.me/yacaphilippines

GCASH:
Alab Ayroso
09182423575

BDO:
JON ANGELO MARIA ZETA BONIFACIO
010640050611

CALL FOR DONATIONS & VOLUNTEERS for CABADBARAN CITY
For the victims of Super Typhoon #OdettePH, please donate to Cabadbaran City Protect Feed Save Community Pantry.

ONLINE DONATIONS:

GCASH
0928 332 2330
Althea Gabrielle Libarnes

LANDBANK
3151 0938 91
Protect Feed Save Inc.

IN-KIND DONATIONS:

Nami Cafe (beside CSU Campus)
What you can donate:

  1. Blanket, Towels, Clothes
  2. Hygiene products: Soap, Shampoo, Alcohol, Facemask, Sanitary napkin, Diapers, Toothbrush, Toothpaste, etc.
  3. Ready-to-eat Food: Canned Goods, Noodles, Biscuits, Bread, etc.
  4. Drinking Water (Bottled or Gallons)
  5. Medicines

FOR INTERESTED VOLUNTEERS, CONTACT:
jannariezarzoso / Jannarie Zarzoso
Althea Gabrielle Libarnes
Venisse Ojeda

Helping each other in this season of giving, Filipinos can stand tall and brave the storms. Whether it is cash, in kind, or your efforts to volunteer,  #JustXendit, this can make the biggest change in the lives of others.

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