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How YOU Can Help Typhoon Ondoy Victims in the Philippines

How YOU Can Help Typhoon Ondoy Victims in the Philippines

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How YOU Can Help Typhoon Ondoy Victims in the Philippines typhoon_ketsanastorm_path(OrganicJar) This past weekend a devastating typhoon named Ketsana (Ondoy) swept through metro Manila creating a total blackout. Airlines were suspended, cellular service was down, hundreds have died and over 500,000 people are now homeless, many still waiting for help. It truly saddens me how there is little to no media coverage on what is ‘truly’ going on. Not only are hundreds of thousands of people homeless but they are also starving! I’ve spent a significant amount of time in the Philippines and before this tragedy, people would be on the streets begging for a spoonful of rice, I can only image how many are going hungry every night. But all of us have the power to make a difference and it’s easy! All you have to do is use the information below to make a donation of: money, clothes, or food. I know all of you have some clothes in that bottom drawer or in the back of your closet that just collects dust because we ‘might’ need it…lets give it to someone who ‘does’ need it.

Send Money


    CLICK HERE and you will send a donation using TXTPower with PayPal. All of these donations coursed through TXTPower will be sent directly to the Philippine National Red Cross. You may also donate via SmartMoney (5577-5144-1866-7103) or GCash (0917-9751092)

    CLICK HERE and you can send a donation online via the Philippine National Red Cross Website. Use any major credit card (Visa, MasterCard, American Express).

    THE PHILIPPINE NATIONAL RED CROSS NATIONAL HEADQUARTERS Bonifacio Drive, Port Area, Manila 2803, Philippines

Send Clothes and Food

Here is a list of the MOST IMPORTANT supplies you can send:
  • Rice
  • Potable water
  • Canned goods
  • Cooking oil
  • Cooking utensils
  • Iodized salt
  • Clothes
  • Blankets
  • Medicines
This is a great way to donate, just go through your house and find old clothes and food you don’t need, send it to the address below and we’ll make sure it gets to those who need it.

USA Address

Filipino Community Center ATTN: Typhoon Ondoy Victims 4681 Mission Street San Francisco, CA 94112

International Address


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Share this article! This is the easiest way to help. If you're unable to send a donation you can still help by telling everyone you know how THEY can donate. Chances are you know someone who CAN donate. All you have to do is share this article via twitter, facebook, stumbleupon or anyone of the dozens of other social sites you use. I've made this easy, just scroll down and you'll see all the ways you can tell your friends. Source: redcross.org.ph

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  1. Great article. It is a wonderful thing to tap people’s goodwill by giving them practical ways to help. Help is needed, come on people!

  2. I already donated some money via abs-cbn. Hope more people can help the victims of typhoon Ondoy. Great job for making an effort to help them.

  3. hello everybody

    i am a english guy living here in the philippines and i am asking for your help i am running a
    project to help some of the 500000 people left homeless after typhoon ondoy and pepeng we are looking for any of the
    items listed below and any cash donations

    for cash donations please use paypal typhoonondoyaid@mail.com


    Food items: Rice, noodles, canned goods, sugar, iodized salt, cooking oil, monggo beans and potable water

    Medicines: Paracetamol, antibiotics, analgesic, oral rehydration salts, multivitamins and medications to treat diarrheal diseases

    Non-food items: Bath soaps, face towels, shampoo, toothbrush, toothpaste, plastic mats, blankets, mosquito nets, jerry cans, water containers, water purification tablets, plastic sheetings, and Laundry soap

    Rehabilitation Programs: Shelter materials for house repair
    cloths any size used or new
    inflatable boats 4 person min size
    petrol compressor used or new
    shovels and hand tools
    generators used or new
    mini excavator 1 ton used will be fine
    small bulldozer or loading shovel used will be fine
    wheeled excavator 10 ton size for clean up and rebuild of homes used will be fine
    crane 25 ton lift to clear damaged cars vans and trucks and rebuild homes used will be fine
    plus any items to help the people rebuild there lives with the low wages here it takes familys a long to buy even simple things like tv or fridge and lots were wreacked by the typhoon

    please email with your donations at imports2008@gmail.com and i will help in there shipping

    please be give as much as you can

    also remember that most of these people have a wage of only 3 uk pounds a day and is very hard to recover from this typhoon

    all and any help will make a differents here so please give

    regards mike

  4. my friends in Philippines were also victimized by the flooding caused by Typhoon Ondoy. i just hope that you guys could recover soon from this natural disaster. `

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