Saturday, November 9

How to Help The Victims of Typhoon Yolanda

We lose our ability to live fully if we neglect or ignore our responsibility to the other people who share this planet with us. We cannot feel whole until we are helping other people. We do need down time, and we do need time to ourselves, but we very much need to acknowledge our ties to our fellow human beings and act as if those people meant more to us than our jobs or pets or cars do. They are much more important than anything material that we ever can get our hands on or strive for.” ― Tom Walsh

The Super Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan) hit the Philippines on November 8, 2013 which caused significant damage to the central part of the country. Allow me to share this heart-breaking news report about the after-math of Typhoon Yolanda in the Philippines.



This is another time for all of us to show everyone that when Filipinos come together as one, we can make a big difference. We can change the lives of our fellow Filipino people. The victims of Typhoon Yolanda, especially the children, need our help. Our little acts of giving can go a long way. Below is a list of the the organizations accepting donations, their authorized drop off centers, official account numbers and contact numbers.

If you want to share your blessings to the victims of typhoon Yolanda, you can send them to the following:

DAVAO

ABS-CBN Sagip Kapamilya Foundation
Drop off center:
Davao ABS-CBN Davao
Broadcast Avenue
Shrine Hills, Matina
Davao City

Abreeza Ayala Mall
Drop off point:
Abreeza Mall
JP Laurel Avenue
Davao City

Ambassador of Habitat for Humanity (Davao City)
Contact person: Bianca Garcia Dizon
Drof-off centers:
1. Tindabaw Tropical Garden Resto, FS Dizon Rd (Bacaca Road)
2. Sweet Spot Artisan Ice Cream. Davao Crocodile Park Complex, Diversion Rd

Ateneo de Davao University
Drop off center:
ADDU Campus
Jacinto Street

Contact person: Roark L. Masbad
Contact number: 221-2411 local 8245
Website: www.addu.edu.ph

Brokenshire Hospital
Drop off point:
Brokenshire Hospital Davao City

Contact person: Dr. Christel Ann K. Dillera
Contact number: 0917-722-3044

Department of Tourism Davao
Drop off point:
DOT Davao
5th Floor LandCo Corporate Center
JP Laurel Avenue, Bajada

Contact numbers: 082-2210070 or 082-2251940

Lakas Atenista Organization
Drop off center:
Lakas Atenista Bulletin Board
Ateneo de Davao College of Law
Ateneo, Jacinto Street, Davao City

Philippine Science High School
Drop off place:
Philippine Science High School
Southern Mindanao Campus (SMC)
Mintal, Davao City

OTHERS

ABS-CBN Foundation
Drop off Center
Sagip Kapamilya Warehouse
#13 Examiner St. West Triangle,
Quezon City

For cash and cheque donations:

Sagip Kapamily Bank Accounts
Account name: ABS-CBN Foundation Inc. – Sagip Kapamilya
(same for all bank accounts)

Bank: Banco de Oro
Peso Account No: 393- 011-4199
Dollar Account No: 393-008-1622
Swift Code: BNORPHMM
Branch: Sct. Albano, Quezon Avenue, Quezon City

Bank : Bank of the Philippine Islands
Peso Account No: 305-111-2775
Dollar Account No: 3054-0270-35
Swift Code: BOPIPHMM
Branch:West Triangle, Quezon City

Bank: Philippine National Bank
Peso Bank Account No: 419-539-5000-13
Dollar Account Number: 419-539-5000-21
Swift Code: PNBMPHMM
Branch: Timog, Quezon City

Bank Name: Metro Bank
Peso Account Number: 636-3-636-08808-1
Branch:  Examiner Quezon Ave. Branch
Swift Code: MBTCPHMM

For confirmation of donation, please fax (+632-411-4995) or email sagip@abs-cbn.com copy of transmittal/ transaction slip with complete donor’s information.

Alagang Kapatid Foundation
Drop off place:
Alagang Kapatid Foundation Warehouse
730 Quirino Highway
San Bartolome, Novaliches
Quezon City

Bangon Visayas
Ushare Union Bank
ushare.unionbankph.com/aboitiz

Contact person: Danny Cerence for Coordination
Contact number: 0917-630-8172
Contact person: Rowena Astillo
Contact number: 0917-630-4484

Bulig Iloilo
Account Name: Iloilo Bloggers Inc.
Bank of the Philippine Islands: 2893-0692-86

Drop off Center:
Vibe Dance Studio
Unit 204 of the Perpetual Succor Business Centre
38 San Agustin St., Iloilo City.

http://www.facebook.com/IloiloBloggers

Caritas Manila
Drop off points:
1. Caritas Office
2002 Jesus St.
Pandacan, Manila City
2. Radio Veritas Office
EDSA, West Avenue
Quezon City
3. All SM Malls (Accepting donations for Caritas Manila)
Contact number: 925-7931 to 40

Cebu Provincial Government
Drop off center:
Ground Floor Executive Building,
Cebu Provincial Capitol
Cebu City

Contact person: Evelyn Senajon
Contact number: 254-7198 or 254-8397

Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD)
Account name: DSWD
Landbank of the Philippines: 3122-1011-84 (Current) and 3124-0055-81 (Savings)

Drop off center:
NAIA Chapel Road
Pasay City (at the back of CAAP)
Contact person: Fe Catalina Ea, Roel Montesa
Contact number: 09186281897, 09263469927
Email: Elma Pille - ecpille@dswd.gov.ph

Jollibee Foods Group
JFG coin banks found in over 2,000 JFG stores across the country.
(Jollibee, Chowking, Greenwich, Red Ribbon, Mang Inasal and Burger King)

Junior Chamber International 
Drop-off center:
JDI – Philippine Headquarters
14 Don A. Roces Avenue
Quezon City

Gawad Kalinga
Account name: Gawad Kalinga Philippine
Peso Current Account:
BPI EDSA Greenhills:  3101 0977 56
US$ Savings Account:
BPI EDSA Greenhills:  3104 0162 34
(Swift code: BOPIPHMM)

For donations via credit cards, click here.

GMA Kapuso Foundation
Operation Bayanihan
Telethon hotline number: 981-1950
Available from 7:30 AM to 10PM

Drop off centers:
1. GMA Kapuso Foundation 2nd Floor Kapuso Center,
GMA Network Drive corner Samar Streets,
Diliman, Quezon City
Contact numbers: 928-4299/ 928-9351
2. GMA Kapuso Foundation Warehouse
# 366 GMA Compound Tandang Sora Avenue
Brgy. Culiat, Quezon City
Contact number: 931-7013

McDonald's
Drop off center:
Any McDo National Capital Region (NCR) branches
(McDo in partnership with Sagip Kapamilya)

Nuffnang
Drop off point:
Nuffnang Headquarters
Bonifacio High Street

For cash donations via paypal, visit blog.nuffnang.com.ph

Petron Stations
Look for the Sagip Alalay Sign

Philippine Daily Inquirer
Account name: Philippine Daily Inquirer Inc. (current account)
BPI: 4951-0067-56
Metrobank: 7286-8109-30
Contact numbers: 897-8808 or 899-4426
Look for Bianca Kasilag or Connie Kalagayan

Philippine Red Cross (PRC)
PRC Peso Account:
Account name: Philippine Red Cross 
Banco de Oro: 004530018647
Metrobank: 1513041631228
Philippine National Bank: 375283500034

Drop-off center:
Philippine Red Cross
National Headquarters
Bonifacio Drive, Port Area
Manila 2803, Philippines
Phone Number: 527-0000

Ramon Aboitiz Foundation, Inc. 
Drop off point:
Ramon Aboitiz Foundation
35 Lopez Jaena Street, Cebu City

Contact persons: Edwin Marfil or Totits Ocampo
Contact numbers: 032-4187234 (local 510 for Edwin and local 204 for Totis)

Tindog Tacloban
Drop off points:
1. Victory Church Alabang
2. Victory Church Fort
Contact person: Raymund Romualdez
Contact number: 0917-318-4777

The 1000 Bear Hugs Project
Accepts huggable-sized toys for children in Tacloban from November 8 to December 9.

Contact person: Mon Corpuz
Contact number: 0917-796-1378
Email address: 1000bearhugs@gmail.com

The Dream Project Philippines
Drop-off center:
RFM Corporate Center,
Pioneer cor. Sheridan Street
Mandaluyong City

Contact person: Prim Paypon
Contact number: 0908-810-0424

Tea'amo Tea and Coffeeshop
Drop off point:
Tea'amo Tea and Coffee Shop
Davao City

Unicef
Typhoon Yolanda Emergency Appeal

UP Diliman Student Council
Drop off center:
New CHK gym
UP Diliman Campus

Contact person: Alex Castro
Contact number: 0917-872-5396
Twitter account: @uscupdiliman

These are the top things needed by the victims:
  • Blankets
  • Bottled waters
  • Rice
  • Canned Goods
  • Hygiene Items
  • Clothes
  • Medicines
  • Toiletries
  • Towels

“At the end of life we will not be judged by how many diplomas we have received, how much money we have made, how many great things we have done. We will be judged by "I was hungry, and you gave me something to eat, I was naked and you clothed me. I was homeless, and you took me in.” ― Mother Teresa

This post will be updated for new information on Yolanda victims donation drop off centers. Please comment below if you know other organization and projects for #YolandaPH victims. Thank you.

21 comments:

  1. Thanks for giving a list of contact information of these groups where people can donate or contribute help for the victims of the strongest typhoon Yolanda. I hope people there in the provinces affected will recover soon.

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  2. It's really heartbreaking to see the effects of the typhoon especially that we just got through a killer quake. I'll see how I can help on my end.

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  3. Thanks for sharing us the legitimate list of contacts on who and where to approach for our donations, because in times like this there are also those people who are taking advantage of the situation by soliciting donations but will never reach those victims.

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  4. this is certainly a good help in disseminating information to those clueless people who still want to donate or give help. let's pray for our fellow filipinos!

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  5. Good Job Algene, for compiling all the contacts. These will be very helpful especially to our fellow Filipinos living broad who want's to help.

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  6. Every time our country is visited by a natural calamity many concerned, generous people are always on the alert to help their fellow Filipino to lessen the burden of those victims. And that is how Filipino is noted of. This kind of move could facilitate the collection or remittance of the needed financial or in kind assistance to the typhoon victims.

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  7. I would love to donate so thank you for the list of the foundations. I'm glad you did this as they are helpful. Will also share this to my friends :)

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  8. I've read an hour ago that we can also donate through LBC. and they will ship it for free.

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  9. done my part. We have kasi sa church who is from Kalibu, Aklan who lost a family member, We have set a special offering for Yolanda's victim.

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  10. Grabe kawawa naman sila, I really feel for them, Thanks for the lists I will share this with my friends.

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  11. I made my own blog about helping out. I hope we can get as many readers to our posts as possible. We as bloggers have the power for the Net to our advantage. Let's use it for good will.

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  12. Nice way of helping people in the Visayas through valuable information.

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  13. These are very useful information so that those who intend to send help will know where to send their donation.

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  14. Honestly, I don't like to watch the video. I don't like to see dead body. Too much misery and I truly feel their lost.

    I am thankful for the info you've shared here.

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  15. Thanks for this List. I hope many people will help the victims. In times of need we must act and set aside first our personal problems.

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  16. Thank you for compiling everything for this will be a very helpful information to anyone who would love to extend their help.

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  17. Sa Bulacan po san po pwede mag drop off ng old clothes?

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  18. Sa Bulacan po san po pwede mag drop off ng old clothes?

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  19. Thanks for this post. I'm actually looking for ways to send my help to the victims. It was so heartbreaking seeing the news everyday :(

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  20. It's really heart-breaking to see our brothers and sisters suffering. They've already gone through enough when the typhoon hit. I hope they'll receive all the help they can now in the aftermath. Anyway, thank you for this comprehensive list.

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