List of orgs accepting donations for Typhoon Yolanda victims
Sunday, November 10, 2013
Here is a rundown of different organizations and institutions collecting donations in cash or in kind for Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan) victims:
Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD)
Address: NAIA Chapel Road, Pasay City (at the back of CAAP)
Bank accounts for cash/check donations:
-Landbank of the Philippines Account numbers:
*Contact Fe Catalina Ea - 09186281897
*Repacking of relief goods ongoing at DSWD-NROC, Pasay City. Interested volunteers can call 8512681 to schedule.
The Philippine Red Cross
*You may also SMS donations by texting REDAMOUNT to 2899 (Globe) or 4143 (Smart)
Bank accounts for Donations:
Banco De Oro
*Los Baños & UPLB USC are accepting donations of relief packages and cash.
--Contact persons: Cyrill at 0926-3419140 or Rohanne at 0915-4490589
*Maxximiler Warehouse, Fastcargo Logistics Corp, Lapus Norte, Iloilo
*The Mango Tree Restaurant, Guzman Street, Mandurriao, Iloilo City
---Bank: BPI Lapaz Branch
---Account Name: Gawad Kalinga Community Development Foundation Inc.
---Account Number: 1471000325
*Other ways to donate can be seen here.
ABS-CBN Sagip Kapamilya
Pledge lines: (02) 411-0183, 411-0182, 411-0115
*Other was to donate can be seen here.
Ayala Foundation's Laging Handa Fund
*Check their website here.
ShelterBox is an international disaster relief charity that provides emergency shelter and life-saving supplies to families around the world who are affected by disasters. Donations for victims of Typhoon Yolanda are welcome through its website.
De La Salle University's Center for Social Concern and Action (DLSU-COSCA)
DLSU-COSCA is accepting web-based donations from overseas individuals via GlobalGiving.com.
Credit and debit card donations accepted.
Address: COSCA Office 2nd Floor, Br Connon Hall, DLSU Manila
Contact Joseph Rosal, Coordinator for Community Engagement, COSCA at 525-4267 or local 147 or 0922-8992558
Caritas Filipinas Foundation
Check this link.
Victory is accepting donations online.
Save the Children
Here is Save the Children's website for your donations.
Unicef's website also allows online transactions.
The 1000 Bear Hugs Project
This organization accepts huggable-sized toys for children in Tacloban from November 8 to December 9. Drop-off points for pre-loved toys will be announced on their Twitter profile shortly.
Contact person: Mon Corpuz at 0917-796-1378
UP Diliman Student Council
Address: New CHK gym, UP Diliman
Contact person: Alex Castro at 0917-8725396
Twitter account: @uscupdiliman
The Dream Project Philippines
Address: RFM Corporate Center, Pioneer cor. Sheridan Street, Mandaluyong City
Contact person: Prim Paypon at 09088100424
UP System, UP Office of the Student Regent
Drop-off point: Vinzon's Hall, UP Diliman, Quezon City
Contact persons: Eds at 0927-3841392 or Zie 0916-7965740
Phi Yolanda Relief Operations of Phi Kappa Mu Fraternity and Phi Lambda Delta Sorority
Address: UP Manila, Pagkalma Park, UP College of Medicine, Pedro Gil St., Malate, Manila
Contact persons: Miko at 0917-5129144 or Gela 0927-7029488
Twitter account: @PhiLambdaDelta1
Twitter account: @USTCSC
Ateneo De Manila Disaster Response and Management Team
Details on how to donate here.
Contact numbers: (632) 426-6001 locals 4051, 4054, 4099
Dakila's Ride and Rock Relief
They call on artists, cyclists, and individuals willing to donate their talent, time, and relief goods to drop by on November 10, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Address: My Little Arts Place, 222 Wilson St., San Juan City, Metro Manila
Contact number: 435-4309
Drop-off points for donations:
VCF Alabang - 4th Floor Filinvest Wing, Festival Supermall, Alabang, Muntinlupa City
VCF Fort - 32nd Street corner University Parkway Bonifacio Global City
Contact person: Joey Hernandez at 347-3975
Operation Blessing Philippines
Address: E. Rodriguez Ave. C5 Road cor. Corporal Cruz Bagong Ilog, Pasig City
Contact numbers: 477-7802 to 04 or 0917-5812603
De La Salle Santiago Zobel
Drop-off points: Gate 2, 3, and 7 of the campus.
Contact persons: Mr. Jayjay Jacinto at 0917-8597602 or Ms. Evangeline De Peralta at 0917-5638870
For cash donations:
-Account Name: De La Salle Santiago Zobel School
--Bank: Union Bank of the Philippines, Ayala Alabang Village
--Peso Account: 0180-3000-6691
--US Dollar Account: 0181-0100-9418
Note: Send a scanned copy of the deposit slip to email@example.com@dlszobel.edu.ph for proper acknowledgment.
Citizen's Disaster Response Center
Address: 72-A Times St., West Triangle Homes, Quezon City
Contact number: 929-9820
Mu Sigma Phi Relief Operations of the UP College of Medicine
Contact persons: Eman at 0925-8843050 or Billy at 0927-5711017/0922-5356100
-Account name: Mu Sigma Phi Relief Operations
-Bank: Philippine National Bank (PNB) – PGH Branch
-Account number: 504259500015
-Swift Code: PNBMPHMM
-Routing # 01008-0081
St. Michael's Church at The Fort
Address: 39th Street, North Bonifacio Triangle, Bonifacio Global City
AWANA Organization Philippines
Address: 35-A Scout Tobias Street, Brgy Laging Handa in Quezon City
Contact person: Jennifer Jansalin at (02) 376-5688 or 0928-8531693
-Bank: BPI Family Bank (E. Rodriguez-Broadway Branch)
-Peso Current Account Number: 6871-0015-86
-Dollar Current Account Number: 6874-0059-22
ETYSBM Student Council of Mapua Institute of Technology
Address: Gil Puyat Ave, Makati City
Contact person: Angeline Bernardino at 0915-4469715 or Edgar Aquino 0905-1492319
Santuario de San Antonio Church
Address: 3117 McKinley Road, Forbes Park, Makati T
Contact number: (632) 843-8830 to 31
*Free door-to-door pick-up of relief goods on Sunday from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Give a Drop of Love, CFC Foundation, Inc. WWP
Address: Apartelle 12, Starmall Complex, EDSA cor. Shaw Blvd., Madaluyong City
Contact person: Anna Arcaya at 718-2213 or 0923-5838577
-Bank: BPI Mandaluyong Branch
Note: Fax your deposit slip to (02) 718-2213
St. Scholastica's College
Address: 2560 Leon Guinto St., Manila, located behind DLS-College of St. Benilde.
Account name: St. Scholastica's College Manila
Bank: BDO account number 4580-000-210
Email your transaction receipts to firstname.lastname@example.org for proper acknowledgment.
Lingap Gabriella Manila
Address: 35 Scout Delgado St., Brgy. Laging Handa or 25 K-10th Street, West Kamias, Quezon City
Contact number: 374-3451
The MVP Tulong Kapatid Center
Address: Meralco Covered Tennis Court, Meralco Compound, Ortigas, Pasig City
Contact person: Eds Addun at 0939-9133771 or 632-8301
Tarabanagan, Tara Bangon of the Bicol University (CU) College of Science Extension Office
Address: G/F BU College of Science Building 2, Legazpi City
-Jonathan Jaime Guerrero - 0917-5928610
-John Jervie Alcera- 0917-9270262
-Mellie Morcozo - 0915-3161527
Isla Verde, Batangas
Drop-off point: Meralco Site, Kumintang, Ilaya through Brgy.Captain Arnold E. Briton
Contact person: Briton at 0910-8843334
UP Cebu SC and UP Katilingban Han Leyteño Ngan Samarnon ug Biliranon
Contact persons: Darl Santos of KaLeSa-Bi and Ynna Bisnar of UPC SC at0943-4116336, 09328637303
Ramon Aboitiz Foundation, Inc.
Address: 35 Lopez Jaena Street, Cebu City
Contact person: Edwin Marfil (local 510) or Totits Ocampo (local 204) at (032) 418-7234
YUPPIES Care Ministries of the Grace Baptist Church of Cebu City, Inc.
Address: 628B Happy Valley Road, Guadalupe
Contact person: Jaspher Obiña at 0923-1500219, 0918-3484294, or 0917-7149679
Lingap Gabriella Bohol
Address: FARDEC Office, Lower Butalid St. Tagbiliran City
Contact number: 0912-5949170
Bangon Isabel, Leyte
Contact persons: Pipo Omega at 0933-4219705 or Shiena Marie Bucol at 0917-3262258/0922-8001987 (Cebu)
Other ways to donate here.
For Donations In-Kind
You may coordinate directly with: . They’re both based in Cebu.
Operation Yolanda, University of St. La Salle Bacolod
Drop-off point: 2nd Gate Security Office, Center for External Relations, Institute for Negros Development
The Tree House
Address: 2nd Floor Red Square Building, Smallville Complex, Barangay San Rafael, Mandurriao, Iloilo
Liceo Ripple of Hope
Address: R.N. Pelaez Boulevard, Carmen, Cagayan de Oro City
Contact numbers: (088) 858 4093 to 95 local 231 or 0917-7161613
The Rural Missionaries of the Philippines-Northern Mindanao Sub-Region (RMP-NMR) Inc.
Address: MP-NMR Inc, Kalinaw Lanao Center for Interfaith Resources, 0016 Bougainvilla Puti, Villaverde, 9200, Iligan City.
Contact number: +63 (63) 223 517
The United Nations World Food Programme said it has allocated $2 million for the disaster response and officials joined an assessment mission to survey damage in Leyte and Samar provinces.
WFP said it will send more than 40 tons of high energy biscuits and work with the Filipino government to help with logistics and emergency communications systems. It asks for donations at www.wfpusa.org or by texting the word AID to 27722 to instantly donate $10.
UNICEF said its staff in the Philippines is being repositioned to help in relief efforts and 66 tons of emergency supplies are being sent from Copenhagen. An airlift set to arrive on Tuesday will include water purification systems, storage equipment and sanitation supplies. Donations can be made to UNICEF at unicef.org/support.
The American Red Cross said it has deployed two people to assist with assessments in the Philippines and activated its family tracing services. It asked those who want to support relief efforts to mail a check to their local American Red Cross chapter, with "Philippines Typhoons and Flood" in the memo line. Go to redcross.org for local chapter information or redcross.org.ph to donate directly to the Philippine Red Cross.
CATHOLIC RELIEF SERVICES
Catholic Relief Services is accepting donations on its website, emergencies.crs.org, as it begins moving supplies and staff to respond to the typhoon.
World Vision said it is putting together resources to assist 1.2 million people, including food, hygiene kits, emergency shelter and protection. It asked for one-time donations to be made at worldvision.org.
AMERICAN JEWISH JOINT DISTRIBUTION COMMITTEE
The American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee has begun collecting donations for relief efforts. To contribute, go to www.jdc.org or call 212-687-6200.
Mercy Corps said it has launched emergency response efforts to provide food, water, shelter and basic supplies to typhoon survivors. To contribute, go to www.mercycorps.org/typhoon or call (800) 292-3355.
AmeriCares is preparing to deploy an emergency response team to the Philippines. To donate go to http://americares.org or call (800) 486-4357.
Last edited by xanax2012; Nov 12, 2013 at 05:56 AM.
The past week has been truly devastating for our nation, as Typhoon Yolanda wreaked havoc and left thousands of our countrymen either displaced or dead. However, despite these unfavorable circumstances, we Filipinos continue to stand strong. Our Filipino spirit and Bayanihan proves that no typhoon can bring us down.
As the typhoon exits and relief operations begin, let us be in one in rebuilding our nation. Here’s how you can help.
HERE IS A LIST OF ORGANIZATIONS, WHICH ACCEPT DONATIONS:
of typhoon Yolanda
Tzu Chi sends help to victims of typhoon Yolanda
MONDAY, 11 NOVEMBER 2013 10:49 ARTICLE BY: LINETH BRONDIAL E-mail Print PDF
Tzu Chi Foundation is giving help to the victims of typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan), considered one of the strongest tropical cyclones ever recorded in history.
From November 13 to 16, volunteers and staff members of Tzu Chi Foundation Philippines will conduct surveys, immediate relief operations, and a medical mission in Leyte.
For its initial relief drive, Tzu Chi Foundation Taiwan is extending thermal blankets and instant rice to 30,000 individuals. Fifty million worth of goods will be airlifted by Taiwan’s military plane, which is expected to arrive tomorrow, November 12.
According to reports, more than two million people are affected in 41 provinces in Regions IV-A, IV-B, V, VI, VII, VIII, X, XI, and CARAGA. In these areas, severe damages are recorded in Tacloban and Ormoc City, Leyte; Bantayan Island, Cebu; Antique; Iloilo; and Giporlos and Guiuan, Samar. On November 11, President Benigno Aquino III has placed the country under a state of calamity to speed up the progress of relief operations.
Death toll continues to climb as rescue operations are still ongoing. More than 100,000 families are displaced, hundreds are missing, and thousands are injured. Widespread damage to infrastructure is seen across the region.
Upon learning about the disaster, Tzu Chi founder Master Cheng Yen offers her heartfelt sympathy to all the typhoon victims. The Dharma Master urges everyone to be an instrument of hope and love in this time of great need.
To reach out to more victims, the foundation hopes to gather everyone’s love and kindness by giving monetary and in-kind donations. Please call 732-00-01 local 211 or 223 or click this link for your donations.
Some Legitimate Groups doing Relief Efforts catered to Bantayan / Other Parts of Cebu
Below are some of the groups doing relief efforts catered to the victims in the Northern Part of Cebu, particularly Bantayan Island where the Typhoon Yolanda/Haiyan made its fourth landfall:
JCI - Cebu (Jaycees Cebu)
Account Name: JCI Cebu, Inc.
Bank/Branch: Robinsonsbank Cybergate
Current Account Number: 206-23-000066-3
Email your deposit slips or transaction details to Ken Ngo, JCI Cebu Chapter President: email@example.com
VICSAL FOUNDATION, INC.
Bank/Branch: WealthBank (for Manila Donors, there's a branch at MarketMarket and Alabang Town Center)
Account Number: 002010025371
Email your deposit slips or any proof of fund transfer with your name to Marce Cabildo. Her email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
Note that the abovementioned efforts don't have a BPI/BDO/Metrobank account yet, but fund transfers on an interbank basis can be done via bancnet or bancnetonline.com
I will update this information from time to time. In the mean time, feel free to spread the word.
Good evening po sa inyong lahat. Mountaineer po and straight out from Leyte. I would like to ask for your help so we can assist other NGO's and the government on providing relief goods. We would appreciate it as well if you could share the word out.
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