How to donate for typhoon victims
For those who have resources to spare, here are a few organizations which welcome donations to help families recover from the typhoon, according to GMA News.
1. For the Future PH
For the Future PH, an environmental non-profit organization, is calling for cash donations to continuously give support to devastated areas.
Ma. Louissa Anjela C. Barte
Maria Margarita Jalandoni
3529 3217 23
2. GMA Kapuso Foundation
The GMA Kapuso Foundation, which launched an open soup kitchen for Ulysses victims in Quezon City, is also accepting donations for its relief efforts.
469 0022 189
1263 1000 8797
3. Philippine Red Cross
The Philippine Red Cross is also accepting both cash and in-kind donations to "provide safety and protection" of those displaced by the typhoon.
Philippine Red Cross
PESO Savings: 00-453-0190938
DOLLAR Savings: 10-453-0039482
Swift Code: BNORPHMM
PESO Savings: 151-7-151524342
DOLLAR Savings: 151-2-151002182
Swift Code: MBTCPHMM
PESO Savings: 4991-0036-52
Swift Code: BOPIPHMM
Reference Code: Name of Donor / Contact No.
Peso Savings: 0132-0624-6400-3
Dollar Savings: 0132-0624-6400-4
Note: Please send a copy of your deposit slip to firstname.lastname@example.org
4. Rise Against Hunger Philippines
Rise Against Hunger Philippines, an international hunger relief organization, is accepting donations to provide food aid to hundreds of Filipinos displaced by the consecutive typhoons that hit the country.
To help out, simply send them an email at email@example.com
5. UNICEF Philippines
UNICEF Philippines is currently conducting an emergency response to provide children and families with "water kits, hygiene essentials, learning materials, tents, and child friendly kits."
To donate, simply visit this link.
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