Let’s help our kababayans!
With the recent typhoons like Rolly, Siony and Ulysses, many cities and communities were flooded and damaged, leaving hundred of Filipinos stranded and homeless. With this, as one country and nation, it’s time to come together and help our affected kababayans in this difficult time.
Would you like to donate? Here’s a cheat sheet of different foundations and organizations who have their own donations drives who accept monetary and in kind donations.
ABS-CBN Foundation is accepting cash and in kind donations to help our fellow Kapamilyas. For in kind donations, you may also call Bantay Bata 163 Hotline from 7am to 7pm to coordinate drop-off of donations.
Anakbayan is a comprehensive national democratic mass organization of the Filipino youth. For their updated payment details, refer below:
GCash: 09663313446, Cherisse San Andres
Caritas Manila will be sending relief assistance to the Archdiocese of Manila, Diocese of Antipolo, Diocese of Kalookan, Diocese of Gumaca, and other Dioceses affected by Typhoon Ulysses. Donations will either be for shelter materials, clean water and health kits.
With For Our Farmers’ Project Sag1p, they were able to distribute food and grocery packs, and hygiene kits to different parts of the country who were greatly affect by the typhoon such as Marikina, Camarines Sur, Catanduanes and Isabela.
An environmental conservation organization, For The Future’s donation channels still remain open to support their on ground teams in devastated areas. For in-kind donations, drop off center is at Adspin Advertising Inc. Makati until November 19.
I Support the Girls’s mission is to be able to collect and distribute essential items like bras, underwear and menstrual hygiene products to women in need. Due to the typhoon, they are urgently in need of menstrual hygiene products to help bring relief to the victims.
iUplift is a student-led initiative that’s actively organizing efforts to the affected communities in Marikina and the Bicol Region. Donations will be used to buy food, hygiene kits and slippers for the victims.
Oplan Kaagapay, a project of JCI Philippines to help victims of disasters and calamities, is now active. All donations will go directly to those families and communities affected by Typhoon Ulysses. It’s also available in Lazada, check it out here.
In coordination with the Office of the Vice President, the Kaya Natin! Movement has organized relief operations to the communities affected by Typhoons Rolly and Ulysses.
The League of Filipino Students is seeking donations and assistance in order to provide relief to the communities in Bicol and Cavite who have been affected by Typhoon Rolly and Ulysses. They accept both monetary and in-kind donations.
Our furry friends need our help too. PAWSssion Project organized a donation drive for Cagayan, accepting both monetary and in-kind donations like dog food, groceries, blankets and cleaning materials to name a few.
Not only do they provide life-saving services to the Filipinos, Philippine Red Cross also supplies hot meals to the evacuation centers for the typhoon victims and is open for donations.
Sadiwa brings a piece of Cordillera in the Metro with products like fresh strawberries, jams and coffee beans. They are accepting in kind relief donations like face masks, non-perishable food, vitamins and more.
Tulong Kabataan has partnered with different organizations and establishments to help our brothers and sisters who were affected by the typhoon. They are still open for monetary and in kind donations.
UP Diliman University Student Council and Tulong Kabataan UP Diliman is once again calling for donations in order to provide relief for those affected by the typhoon. Both monetary and in kind donations are accepted.
Cover image from Kaya Natin.
Know some more initiatives and projects that donate to the victims of the recent typhoons? DM us on Instagram at @bookyapp for your suggestions. Let’s make sure to keep each other safe despite these trying times. Take care always! – The Booky Team