LIST: How to help healthcare workers, frontliners during coronavirus pandemic
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MANILA, Philippines – Groups initiate a donation drive for medical supplies for patients and healthcare workers as the confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus continues to rise.
Following the announcement of the Metro Manila lockdown, some individuals rushed to purchase goods and medical items including face masks, tissue paper, alcohol, and disinfectants, among others. (READ: Staying compassionate in the time of coronavirus)
Some even bought medical supplies in bulk and sold them online at ridiculously high prices.
Here are some concrete ways to help those at the frontlines in charge of containing this pandemic:
Together with Akbayan Partylist, Alyansang Tapat sa Lasallista is calling on Filipinos to support the validation of the new detection kits made by the University of the Philippines-National Institute of Health (UP-NIH).
According to them, much still needs to be accomplished in terms of validating the testing kits, following stringent protocol and ethical standards. This will require financial resources from travel and accommodation expenses to supplies for the personal protective equipment of those who will be doing the validation.
Donations can be coursed through:
The UP Medical Foundation, Inc
Bank: BDO, Bocobo-Pedro Gil Branch
Account No: 353-0094-018.
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
The UPMF Inc can furnish receipts upon request.
Alzaky Foods, which sells fresh and Halal-certified whole chicken, launched a food donation drive for Muslim frontliners in Metro Manila.
For cash donations, deposit may be made to the following accounts:
Alzaky Foods Inc.
Account number: 002350176580
Alzaky Foods Inc.
Account Number: 3265 0000 52
Angkas is crowdsourcing ready-to-consume products, personal protective equipment, and alcohol, soap, and hand sanitizers. Angkas representatives will be mobilized to pick up and deliver donations to hospitals to aid the frontline healthcare workers.
For those interested, you may fill up this form: bit.ly/AKSDonation
The Arellano Law Handwriting Advocates Page is accepting handwritten words of comfort and love to the frontliners and patients.
These letters will be sent to emails of the hospitals, such as the Research Institute for Tropical Medicine, Bicol Medical Center, University of Santo Tomas Hospital, Cardinal Santos Medical Center, Philippine Children’s Medical Center, Rizal Medical Center, Ospital ng Maynila Medical Center, and Rizal Medical Center, among others.
The group will also be posting these handwritten letters on their Facebook page for online dissemination.
Those who are interested may send a photo of their handwritten letters to email@example.com.
The Ateneo de Manila University Disaster Response and Management (Dream) Team, alongside Tanging Yaman Foundation, Simbahang Lingkod ng Bayan, and Manila Observatory, is calling for cash donations to fund the personal protective equipment of health workers.
Donations through Ateneo de Manila University and Tanging Yaman Foundation will be accepted via bank transfer and online channels. Interested donors may refer to this post for the account details.
The Ateneo School of Medicine and Public Health Batch 2020 is making makeshift face shields for frontliners in various hospitals in Metro Manila. They need acetate, 3D printers, glue, double-sided tape, velcro, foam, among others.
They have delivered some of these face shields to frontliners at The Medical City, Rizal Medical Center and Hospital of the Infant Jesus.
Those who wish to donate may send a Facebook message or contact 09171395218.
The alumni groups of the De La Salle University Culture and Arts Office (CAO) are accepting cash donations to help fund organizations caring for street dwellers, frontliners, volunteers, and other affected communities.
Donations may be sent to the following accounts:
Bank of the Philippine Islands
Account number: 3529294742
Account number (For Cebu-based transactions): 2779152866
BDO Unibank, Inc
Account number: 001500592399
Donors may send their proof of donation to CAO against COVID's Facebook page. Every accumulated amount worth P50,000 will go to beneficiaries supporting communities and frontliners affected by the outbreak.
Caritas Manila is calling for donations to provide kits and supplies to 6,000 poor families in Metro Manila.
These LIGTAS COVID-19 kits worth P2,000 each are good for a family of 5 and include the following items:
- 1 liter of 70% ethyl alcohol
- 5 bottles of 30 ml alcohol
- 5 washable face masks
- 1 liter of antibacterial liquid soap
- 1 box of 100 tablets of vitamin C with zinc
- Reusable gloves
- 1 liter of liquid bleach
- 3 pieces of cleaning cloth
- Eco bag
They will also be giving P700 worth of Caritas Manna food bags containing:
- 5 kilos of rice
- Monggo seeds
- 9 assorted canned goods
- 2 packs of Caritas Margins kalabasa/malunggay noodles
- 1/4 pack of sugar and salt
- Eco bag
Those interested to help the initiative and provide monetary donations can refer to this post for details.
For more inquiries, call 8562 0020 to 25 local 118, 139, 135; or 09175955083.
Christ Commission Fellowship, through its relief operation drive CCF Tulong Tayo, will be providing a home for The Medical City frontliners.
Those who would like to support this initiative may send cash donations to:
CCFMI Security Bank account:
SBC Peso SA 0381-009648-201
SBC Dollar SA 0381-009648-202
Donors are requested to email a copy of the deposit slip to firstname.lastname@example.org. and email@example.com with the subject line MEDICAL CITY HOUSE-IN STAFF AT CCF CENTER. Please indicate complete details of the online deposit, including the date of transaction and the reference number.
For overseas cash donations, kindly message Lady Lyn Cruz.
You may also send cooked meals once the Medical City staff are already staying at the CCF Center.
The CloudEats food drive is preparing hot, delicious, and healthy meals for medical staff, government agencies, and other frontliners.
As of Sunday, March 22, they have reached over 33,000 donated meals to frontliners.
Those interested in donating may head to CloudEats’ website and choose among 3 options: 10 bowls of cooked meals at P648, 100 bowls at P6,480, and 1,000 bowls for P64,800.
FinTech Alliance.ph and the Philippine Disaster Resiliency Foundation (PDRF) joined forces to generate funds to procure PPEs for healthcare institutions in need of immediate support.
Each PPE set will consist of one N95 mask, one gown, two pairs of gloves, two pieces of head covers, two pairs of shoe covers and one pair of goggles.
They will be distributing these to at least 11 hospitals in Luzon including PGH, Veterans Hospital, Quezon City General Hospital, Amang Rodriguez Hospital, Dr. Joe Rodriguez Memorial Hospital, Manila Doctors Hospital, Quirino Memorial Medical Center, San Lazaro Hospital, Research Institute for Tropical Medicine, Rizal Medical Center, and East Avenue Medical Center.
Those who would like to donate may send it via coins.ph, Gcash, Grabpay, Paymaya, moneygment, and true money at 09152939533.
FoodTray2Go continuously gives meals to the frontliners around Metro Manila.
Those who would like to donate to their cause may send a message on Instagram @FOODTRAY2GO or on Viber at 09177026395 for more details.
Frontliners in need of goods may also send them a message.
Frontliners Feeder Philippines is in need of meals to be distributed throughout the day for the frontliners in hospitals.
Individuals may donate any amount by sending a direct message to get the complete account details. Restaurants, kitchen or commissary are also welcome to donate food.
They are also accepting donations such as personal protective equipment especially face masks. This may be sent to:
Commune at 36 Polaris Street
You may also email them at firstname.lastname@example.org to coordinate.
Best friends Monica Pantaleon and Isabel Regino have set up FrontlinersPH to gather funds to buy healthy, home-cooked meals for doctors, nurses, on-ground volunteers, health care workers, and technicians combating the spread of the coronavirus in the country.
For just P85, interested donors can pledge 1 healthy and home-cooked meal for frontliners.
Those interested in supporting their cause can donate via BPI and GCash:
Account name: Monica Pantaleon
Account number: 0419 1357 55
After donating, a screenshot of the transaction must be sent to email@example.com with your name and the subject “Protect the frontline.”
So far, FrontlinersPH has sent meals to Philippine General Hospital, Pasig City General Hospital, and Rizal Medical Center, among others. Frontliners in need of donations may reach out to the initiative via its email address with the subject “I’m a frontliner.”
For more details, people may contact Isabel Regino through viber at +447961234284 or on Instagram @shawtygetlo.
Help for Health Movement, a group composed of Doctor-to-the-Barrios, public health professionals, development workers and returning Filipino scholars from the UK, is raising funds to provide 300 hugot packs for 300 healthcare workers.
Hugot packs are care packages for health workers who tirelessly work round-the-clock at the forefront of the COVID-19 response. The package aims to help them power through long shifts and provide some form of sustenance at times when they can’t even rest to enjoy hot meals.
Each pack contains vitamins, hand sanitizer, tissue, snacks, drinks, personal hygiene items good for 14 days. It also contains small notes of appreciation and support from people sending their love to those at the frontlines.
Cash donations may be sent through its Go Fund Me account.
For in-kind donations and letters of support, you may contact Dr. Denese De Guzman at 09175191406 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org for further details.
JuanSpark Youth Leaders is accepting donations to help local communities and homeless families in Rizal during the enhanced community quarantine in Luzon.
People may donate at least P20 through bank transfer or GCash
Account name: Charmaine R. Gilo
GCash: 0997 455 3757
For inquiries and concerns, people may contact Marielle Alemania at 0949 167 1154.
The Kaya Natin! Movement, in coordination with the Office of the Vice President, is organizing a donation and fundraising campaign for personal protective equipment (PPE) and food packs for health workers and frontliners fighting COVID-19.
Each PPE Daily Set Ticket consists of one N95 mask, one gown, two sets of gloves, two pieces of head covers, two sets of shoe covers, and one pair of goggles. This is only good for one (1) health worker.
All donors will receive an electronic ticket from our ticketing platform as proof of donation to the Kaya Natin! Movement.
Interested donors can also donate directly via online payment through the KAYA NATIN! bank account:
- Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) KN Movement for Good Governance and Ethical Leadership, Inc. 3081-1173-72
- Email your deposit slip to email@example.com.
For other questions and concerns, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or reach them via SMS through +63 998 596 8820.
Lawyers for Doctors is accepting donations for the basic medical supplies of frontliners in hospitals.
Cash donations, which will be used to purchase the items may be deposited to:
Union Bank Savings Account: 1096 5373 9977
BDO Checking Account: 00655 0800 8111
BPI Savings Account 9039 0878 44
They are coordinating with various hospitals for the immediate supply of PPEs, disinfectant or alcohol, and food.
The group is also looking for suppliers.
Interested donors may also sponsor a meal.
Those interested to volunteer may coordinate with hospitals, donors, and government offices. The group is also looking for volunteers who can act as social media managers, writers, and creative artists.
Miriam College High School Batch 2008
MCHS Batch 2008 is collecting food, medicine, medical supplies, and cash for healthcare workers at specific hospitals and for needy communities.
The following hospitals will receive the assistance:
Rosario Maclang Bautista General Hospital
Dr Jose Fabella Memorial Hospital
Dr Jose N Rodriguez Memorial Hospital
The following communities will receive assistance as well:
Areas in Caloocan
For in-kind donations, contact: Nikka Guevarra (0999-9971314) or Vanya Tantoco (0917-5825969)
For cash donations, send them to:
BPI Family Savings Account Name: Maria Feliza Cruz Abesamis
Account Number: 617-6268415
Account Name: Mabel Ogoshi
Account Number: 012750004868
Operation Blessing Foundation Philippines Inc. is currently mobilizing efforts to provide PPEs to health responders and preventive care kits to the public.
The group is accepting donations such as face masks, disinfectants, vitamin C, disposable surgical gowns, surgical caps, shoecover, nitrile gloves, and goggles or face shields.
To send these items, you may message the group’s Facebook page or contact 09399215543.
Cash donations may be deposited to:
Operation Blessing Foundation Philippines Inc.
Account Number: 3001-0040-33
For partnerships, you may visit this page.
The Philippine Association of Medical Technologists, Inc (PAMET) is accepting the following in-kind donations needed by medical technologists and other health care professionals:
- Face masks
- Other personal protective equipment
For donations or queries, people may contact the PAMET Secretariat at (02) 8817-1487 and 09178901118.
The former PSHS-MC Batch 2019 batch councils are calling for monetary donations to help purchase PPE and 70% ethyl alcohol for Philippine General Hospital frontliners. They will also allot part of the donations to Caritas Manila for COVID-19 safety kits and food bags.
The groups hope to raise P100,000 within the next two weeks, which will be split equally between the two aforementioned organizations.
To thank those who will be donating, artists from the batch will also do commissions. Interested donors may email their proof of transfer, along with contact details and drawing requests.
Donations may be directed to:
BPI: SA #4239-1328-77, Sandee I Castro or Marie Giselle Katherine A. Franco
For a P200 donation, donor can sponsor one meal of a medical worker. Cut-off of donations every day is until 3pm – to make it to the 6pm dinner delivery.
Donations may be sent to:
Eastsiders Food Ventures Corp
BDO Account Number: 006310250352
BPI and Gcash donations can be accepted through special arrangements. You may send a message for more details.
Alternative education group Rock Ed Philippines hopes to provide emergency room frontliners with nutritious and freshly cooked meals, as well as a constant supply of fruits.
Those who wish to assist may donate ingredients and vegetables to Rock Ed Philippines.
Interested donors may also donate to their account:
Bank of the Philippine Islands
Rock Ed Philippines
People may message their Facebook page for further coordination and details.
Sagip Buhay Medical Foundation is accepting cash donations for the PPEs of frontliners at the Philippines General Hospital - Internal Medicine COVID Task Force.
These items may be coursed through 09238018215.
Cash donations may also be deposited to:
Account name: Sagip Buhay Medical Foundation Inc.
Account Numbers (Metrobank UN Avenue Branch):
Peso Savings Account: 044-304466181-1
Dollar Savings Account: 044-204401415-1
Metrobank Swift Code: MBTCPHMM
Deposit slips may be sent at email@example.com
An official receipt will be issued.
Salamat PH Healthacre Heroes is accepting donations to help kitchens make meals for our frontline healthcare workers.
Donations may be sent to:
April Joy Cruz
BPI Checking Account: 4280003153
BDO Savings Account: 008230009274
Send deposit slips to 09178003999 (Viber, WhatsApp or iMessage) so donations will be acknowledged and tracked.
STPB- Taskforce CURE (Community Unit Response), in partnership with UPLB University Student Council and Youth Advocates for Peace and Justice, is currently looking for donations in cash or in kind to help build a safer network for the community of Los Baños in the current COVID-19 pandemic.
In-kind donations may include any of the following:
- N95/surgical masks
- Alcohols, sanitizers
For monetary donations, you may deposit to the following accounts and send a copy of your deposit slip here.
Bank of the Philippine Islands
Charmane Jay Paguyo Maranan
Savings Account: 1896-3523-73
Mariah Joy B. Dela Providencia
The Order of Friars Minor - Justice, Peace and Integrity of Creation (OFM-JPIC) is calling for donations to support health workers who need of PPEs and medical equipment.
Items to be donated may include N95 or surgical masks, gloves, alcohol, Lysol disinfectant, cathula, micropore, vital signs kits, and bond paper.
Donations may be sent to:
OFM Provincial House
69 San pablo Bautista Street
Damayan, San Francisco del Monte
1104 Quezon City
Monetary donations may deposited to:
BPI, Biak Na Bato Branch, Quezon City
Minister Provincial of the Franciscan Philippines Province of San pedro Bautista Inc.
Account Number: 0213-4074-06
For questions, you may contact Fr. Angel Cortez, OFM at 091777593343.
PCG is accepting personal protective equipment (PPE) donations which includes N95 maks, surgical masks, laboratory gowns and caps, face shields, and shoe covers to replenish its PPE supplies.
Donations may be sent to:
Philippine Genome Center (PCG) Building
A. Ma. Regidor Street
University of the Philippines Diliman, Quezon City
Monday to Friday. 8am to 5pm
Mr. Carlo Lapid
+63 2 8981 8500 local 4706 or 09178458581 (Globe)
The Plaza Catering is accepting cash and in-kind donations such as food and medical supplies for the frontliners in Makati Medical City.
Donations of medical supplies may be brought to Commune Cafe in Poblacion, Makati while Meal ingredients and other food may be sent to The Plaza Catering at 1869 P. Domingo St. BJS Compound Brgy. Kasilawan Makati City.
Cash donations may be deposited to:
Unionbank: Ma. Rosario Juan 1031 9000 0120
BPI: Beatriz Matti 3529324838
Verifiable on banking day:
BDO Branch: Neptune - Makati Ave
Account Name : B.U. Juan Enterprises, Inc.
Savings Account Number: 005380195793
A copy of deposit slip to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Women of Aleitheia, a sorority from Ateneo Law School calls for cash donations and surgical or n95 masks for the various government hospitals in NCR.
For mask donations, you may deliver them to:
Address at: Unit 1708 Brio Tower, 444B Edsa Guadalupe Viejo
For cash donations, you may deposit to the following accounts:
Yedda Marie Joy I. Diaz
Tinig ng Silangan, Inc. has launched COAID 2020, its official TNS Inc. donation drive. They are calling for donations to pack and distribute health and hygiene kits for the underprivileged and makeshift masks for our health workers.
Donations may be sent to ao any of the following drop-off points:
Jasmine Pineda (+63 919 331 3024)
39 Kapayapaan St. Brgy. 150, Bagong Barrio, Caloocan City
Khyniessia Mikkel Kim (+63 923 585 7005)
97 A Banana rd., Potrero, Malabon City
Xyrille Guevarra (+63 933 321 9414)
35 F. Pascual St. San Jose Navotas City
Clark Dominique Pinero (+63 916 365 7596)
Victoria St. Gen. T. De Leon, Valenzuela City
Quezon City area
Bea Maye Reyes (+63 917 276 2403)
Ramon Magsaysay Quezon City
You may also transfer your cash donations to any of the following accounts:
Nard Hartney Molina
BDO: 0107 - 1003 - 2552
BPI: 419 - 9109 - 222
Metrobank: 519 - 3 - 519 - 11498 -5
The UP Alumni Association-Palawan, Puerto Princesa City, Pilipinas Shell Foundation Inc, UP Palaweños-UP Diliman, and UP Tarabidan Y ang mga Palaweño-UP Los Baños are accepting cash and in-kind donations under their #TabangPalawan Laban sa COVID-19 initiative.
Proceeds will be used to procure PPEs, medical supplies, and food for the frontline personnel in Palawan and Puerto Princesa City.
In-kind donations may be brought to:
Polaris Compound, Abanico Road
Barangay Tiniguiban, Puerto Princes City
For cash donations, you may visit their page for the bank details.
UP Manila student councils
The University of the Philippines (UP) Manila University Student Council started a donation drive to help provide the patients and healthcare workers of the Philippine General Hospital (PGH) with needed supplies such as face masks.
The group aims to find a supplier or donor that could provide the hospital with its basic hospital needs.
Those willing to help may contact 09082111437 for more information.
The UP Medicine Student Council, along with oganizations, fraternities, and sororities of the college, is also supporting the call of the university council by calling for donations of N95 masks and alcohol for the PGH interns.
Donations may be given to the Office of the Deputy Director for Health Operations (DDHO) located near the main entrance of the Philippine General Hospital.
Meanwhile, the UP Manila College of Public Health (CPH) Student Council and its alumni are accepting the following in-kind donations:
- Splash shield face mask
- Fluid repellant shoe cover
- N95 masks
- Surgical masks
- Disposable gowns
- Sterile gloves
Monetary donations may also be deposited to the UP Manila CPH Student Council’s BDO account under COLLEGE OF PUBLIC HEALTH STUDENT COUNCIL with account number 003530164237.
Interested donors and volunteers may contact Mita Santiago at (0917) 515 9322 or Mika Salanguit (0917) 162 0030 for further coordination.
The UP College of Medicine and PGH also launched a “Donation Para sa PPE (personal protective equipment)” drive.
Items that may be given include surgical masks, face shields, N95 masks, and surgical gowns.
Donations may be directed to Adet Idjao of the PGH Property and Supply Office at 8-554-8400 loc 3000/ 3004.
UPD PsycServ is offering telepsychotherapy services for free for health care frontliners combating the spread of coronavirus in the country.
To schedule, frontliners may send a Viber or text message to this number with name, designation, and hospital: 09063743466.
They may also sign up here.
UP Red Cross Youth is accepting cash and in-kind donations to provide personal protective equipment (PPEs), alcohol, disinfectants, food, and other supplies to health care workers. The group partnered with the National Center for Mental Health and the Valenzuela Medical Center for this initiative.
All cash donations would be used in the procurement and delivery of PPEs and food for frontliners. Donations may be sent to the following accounts:
For tracking purposes, a proof of donation must be sent via Viber message to Princess at 09209004181.
UP Red Cross Youth also handles delivery of donated goods. For donations in-kind, please contact Stephanie at 09176260713.
They’re also looking for other hospitals that are in need of help. Contacts of these hospitals may be sent to Dr Pb Gaddi at 09774575900.
Vegans of Manila is raising funds to buy medical supplies for health care frontliners. For each donation worth P550, the group will be able to provide medical supplies, including N95 mask, head cover, and medical gloves for 3 workers.
Those interested to donate may refer to the details in this post.
For more details, interested donors may contact Gen Iñumerable at 0917-331-7783 or Maris Tomas at 0917-672-0306.
World Surgical Foundation Philippines, is mobilizing funds, locally and internationally, to procure needed PPEs of frontline health workers or hospitals and augment the needs of its partner municipalities.
They are also accepting in-kind donations, such as n95/surgical facemasks, surgical gown, goggles, stethoscope, thermoscan, and pulse oximeter, among others. These items may be sent to the World Surgical Foundation warehouse:
435 ZP De Guzman St.
Cash donations may also be sent to its crowdfunding link or via bank deposit:
World Surgical Foundation Philippines Inc.
BDO - Paseo Tower, Makati
As of March 27, the organization was able to raise a total of P1,102,663 for this initiative.
Youth for Human Rights and Democracy is accepting donations to purchase face masks and sanitizers for the frontliners at the Philippine Heart Center.
As of March 20, the group was able to raise P 30,000 from individuals and is looking into providing a few protective eye shields as well.
You may deposit donations to:
BDO Unibank, Inc.
For more information, you may contact Robert Robles at 09066183162.
Cash donation is available via bank deposit with the following details:
- Bank of the Philippine Islands
- Account number: 1909107381
Zero Hunger PH, a youth-led movement, is calling for cash donations to create and distribute food bags for 10,000 families in select Luzon provinces.
Their priority beneficiaries will be the homeless and families with no income and savings. They are coordinating with various barangays and volunteers to make this possible.
Cash donations may be deposited to:Eastwest Bank
Account Name: John Albert Sivila
Account Number: 2000 2430 5917
BDO Checking Account
Account Name: Jana D. Divinagracia
Accoun Number: 008188005164
The Eastern Visayas COVID-19 Fighters is calling for help to bring aid to the frontliners in both Leyte and Samar. They are in need of surgical or N95 face masks, surgical gloves, and other PPEs.
These items may be brought or delivered to:Camille Salinas
108 Paterno Street. Tacloban City (Landmark: DBP)
The donations may also be picked up by volunteers around downtown or metro Tacloban. You may contact Gil Vincent Mutia at 09560339123.
Donations from Metro Manila may be coursed through Alyssa Joy Ocaña at 09661681339
Cash donations may also be deposited to the bank account details listed here.
The Pisay Western Visayas Alumni Community is coordinating initiatives to provide resources and help its alumni frontliners in Western Visayas, among others.
The group has listed ways to help the frontliners, such as providing face masks and suits, producing alcohol and 3D-printed face shields, and organizing an alumni frontliner outreach.
PPE for Eastern Visayas is an initiative led by the Leyte National High School Batch 2010 that collects donations to help procure surgical masks and PPE suits for frontliners in Eastern Visayas hospitals.BPI - 1129-1912-16
Cazzandhra Mae Bullecer
BDO - 000990352234
Charry Faye G. Salazar
GCash - 09156589843
Metrobank - 013-3-013-99569-0
Rochelle Anne Baclay
Landbank - 1736473786
Security Bank - 0000-006790-470
Donors may send a copy of their deposit confirmation to PPE for Eastern Visayas’ Facebook page.
Project Kalibo launched Sanggatos para sa Sangka Bayani campaign to help the frontliners in Kalibo, Aklan.
Every P100 donation will provide one Kalibonhon frontliner with at least one sumptuous meal (two viands, one cup of rice, one fruit, and one bottled water) or one set of tailor-made face masks (4 pieces per set).
Donations may deposited to:BPI online banking:
Maranatha B. Estrada
4359 0773 57
Mary Lou B. Salido
Municipal Legal Office LGU Kalibo
UP Capizeños, a hometown-based organization of students from the University of the Philippines Visayas, is calling for donations to support frontliners and the less fortunate in Capiz.
They are accepting the following items:
- Face masks
- Materials for improvised face shield (craft foam, acetate sheets, Velcro, scissors, stapler, scotch tape, double-sided tape)
Interested donors may contact Kiara Marie Avelino at 09171530445 (Globe) or Camille Delfin at 09209595707 (Smart).
UP Capizeños also accepts cash donations:BPI
Account Number: 1109 2826 57
Account Name: Marie Angeli Camille D. Delfin
Account Number: 1467 0833 48
Account Name: Marie Angeli Camille D. Delfin
Gcash: 09171530445. – Rappler.com