#ReliefPH: Help victims of Typhoon Tisoy

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#ReliefPH: Help victims of Typhoon Tisoy
(4th UPDATE) Here's how you can help people affected by Typhoon Tisoy (Kammuri)

MANILA, Philippines (4th UPDATE) – Typhoon Tisoy (Kammuri), which made landfall in Gubat, Sorsogon, late Monday, December 2, has displaced thousands of families in several regions.

In its 6 am report on Wednesday, December 4, the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) said that a total of 123,912 families or 495,408 people were being assisted in Central Luzon, Bicol, Eastern Visayas, Metro Manila, and Mimaropa. Of this number, 114,552 families or 458,020 people were in evacuation centers and the rest outside.

Tisoy has left a trail of destruction across Bicol. 

Several areas in the Samar provinces were also submerged in waist to chest-deep flood. (READ: LOOK: Legazpi Airport sustains heavy damage due to Typhoon Tisoy

Here are some of the relief initiatives for the victims of Typhoon Tisoy.

People’s Surge

People’s Surge, an alliance of disaster survivors in Eastern Visayas, Philippines, is accepting donations such as ready-to-eat food, clothes, and medicine at the following drop-off points:

  • Balay Hampangan, Fatima Village, Banezville, Brgy 77, Tacloban City
  • UPV Tacloban College Campus, Magsaysay Blvd, Tacloban City

Cash donations can also be made by bank deposit using the following account:

Banco De Oro, Philippines 
Account name: Tabang Sinirangan Bisayas
Account number: 002800188460

People’s Surge is calling for volunteers for its relief operations.

It may be reached through its hotline at 09566749846. 

 

Kaya Natin Movement  

Kaya Natin also called for the following donations:

  • House repair materials 
  • Blankets
  • Toiletries 
  • Bottled water
  • Ready-to-eat food 

Donations may be given brought to Kaya Natin! Movement at 21 Kaliraya St, BrgyDoña Josefa, Quezon City

Monetary donations may be deposited to the following account:

Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI)
Account name: KN Movement for Good Governance and Ethical Leadership, Inc. 
Account number: 3081-1173-72

A copy of the deposit slip may be sent to knmovement@gmail.com

For inquiries, you may contact (02) 8518-0021 or send a message on Facebook or Twitter. 

 


Local Government Unit of Borongan, Eastern Samar

The City Government of Borongan is also accepting donations in kind for the affected  municipalities of Jipapad, San Policarpo and Arteche in Eastern Samar. The following may be donated:

  • Used toys
  • Used clothing for children and adults 
  • Used blankets and towels 

Kind donors may send their donations to the City Disaster Risk & Reduction Management (CDRRM) Office of Borongan. 

 For more information, you may visit CDRRM Ofice and look for CDRRM officer Jaime Voce

    

Southern Tagalog Serve The People Corps

The group is calling for volunteers who will help in the relief and rehabilitation missions for those affected by Typhoon Tisoy.

For more details, you may contact 09074126972 or 09958978566. 

 

 

Tree of Hope Relief Operations

The Manuel S. Enverga University Foundation (MSEUF) University Collegiate Student Council, through its Tree of Hope Relief Operations, is also accepting any kind of donations for the victims of Typhoon Tisoy in Lucena City, Quezon. 

People may donate rice, canned goods, instant noodles, blankets, clothes, toiletries, medicine, and water and may brought to:

USC Office, OSA Bldg., MSEUF, University Village Site, Baragay Iba. Dupay, Lucena City 

 

Ateneo LeaderShape Society

Ateneo LeaderShape Society is accepting cash and in-kind donations to help the relief operations in Bicol. 

Items such as clean drinking water, clothes, hygiene kits, ready-to-eat food, slippers, and rechargeable/ battery-operated lamps/ gaseras may be directed to any of the following:

  • Pasig City: Marian Efondo at Corbel Place, San Antonio Village  
  • Quezon City: Bianca Montero at 091774200915
  • Makati City: Kathleen Villena at 09178169964 

For cash donations, donors may deposit to any of the following accounts: 

Banco De Oro
Brian Jay Ramos
0011-2054-4503

Gcash
Roselyn Balmes
0917-704-0082

A copy of the deposit slip may be sent to ateneoleadershapeprogram@gmail.com.

  

 

Caritas Manila, Inc. 

Caritas Manila called for donations of immediate needs of those affected including food such as rice, munggo, sugar, salt, pancit malunggay/kalabasa or bihon, canned vegetables and dried fish; non-food items like water, hygiene kits, mats, blankets and towels, clothes and new underwear; and shelter materials. 

Caritas Damayan, the group’s disaster risk reduction and management program, provides disaster response, relief operation and crisis intervention nationwide.

Those interested in dropping off donations may head to Caritas Manila’s office: 2002 Jesus St. Pandacan, Manila.

Donations can also be done online and choose Caritas Damayan Typhoon Tisoy. 

You may also send your donations via bank deposit.

For peso accounts: 

Banco De Oro – Savings Account No.: 5600-45905
Bank of the Philippine Islands – Savings Account No.: 3063-5357-01
Metrobank – Savings Account No.: 175-3-17506954-3

For dollar accounts:

Bank of the Philippine Islands – Savings Account No. 3064-0033-55, Swift Code – BOPIPHMM
Philippine National Bank – Savings Account No. 10-856-660002-5, Swift Code – PNBMPHMM

Donations can also be made via Cebuana Lhuillier (free of charge).

For proper acknowledgment of donations, kindly fax a copy of the deposit slip to 8563-9306 or email a scanned copy to donorcare@caritasmanila.org.ph. Don’t forget to indicate your name and address.

  

UP Hingyap

UP Hingyap, an organization in the University of the Philippines Visayas Tacloban College whose members are from Northern Samar, is accepting food and water supplies, clean clothes and home necessities, and any kind of donations for the victims of Typhoon Tisoy in Northern Samar. 

For further information, you may contact Jamailah Biagcong at 09298126973 or Tongie Tobes at 09271875604. 

You may also send UP Hingay’s page a private message. 

Drop boxes will also be placed in the UPVTC campus on Wednesday, December 4. 

 

 

Council of Organizations of the Ateneo (COA)

The Council of Organizations in Ateneo de Manila University is currently accepting donations for the victims of Typhoon Tisoy in Bicol and Samar. These donations will be sent through their partner organizations and local government units, directly giving to the victims.

People may donate canned food, clean drinking water, clothes, hygiene essentials, first aid kits, blankets, mats, diapers, and napkins. For food donations, they will only accept those that will not expire within the next six months.

These items can be brought to Room 211, Manuel V. Pangilinan building, Ateneo de Manila University, Quezon City from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. 

Hope in a Bottle 

Hope in a Bottle is accepting water pledges to help those affected by Typhoon Tisoy. All water pledges will go directly to purchasing clean water, which will be donated to the victims in affected areas. 

Pledges can be made using the following methods:

Paypal
Friends of Hope, Inc. 
donate@friendsofhope.inc

Bank of the Philippine Islands
Friends of Hope, Inc. 
Savings Account: 3521-1061-73

Talubo Initiative

Talubo Initiative, a community creating opportunities and avenues to further empower Libongueños through education, entrepreneurship, and environmental sustainability, called for donations to help Typhoon Tisoy victims in Albay.

They currently accept housing materials such as trapal, plywood, and yero, rice, canned goods, noodles, and clean drinking water.

Those interested in donating can contact the following mobile numbers: 09778039915, 09978035991, and 09451476362.

For cash donations, you may deposit in any of the following bank accounts:

Banco de Oro
Francia P. Layderos
007060133876

Bank of the Philippine Islands
Francia P. Layderos
0849214152

 

National Graduate School of Engineering Representative

The National Graduate School of Engineering Representative (NGSE), together with the UP Engineering Student Council (ESC) is calling for donations for the victims of Typhoon Tisoy in Bicol.

The following items are highly recommended for in-kind donations:

  • Rice
  • Canned goods or ready-to-eat food
  • Blankets and/or towels
  • Toiletries or hygiene kits
  • Potable or bottled water
  • Clean clothes
  • Diapers

These may be dropped off at Room 123, ESC Office, Melchor Hall, UP Diliman.

Those interested in donating cash may deposit or transfer it to the following account:

Account name: UP ENGINEERING STUDENT COUNCIL (UP ESC)
Account number: 108610012999

A photo of the deposit slip must be sent to the NGSE Representative.

For questions, NGSE Representative said interested donors may contact Patrick at 0967 207 0990.

 

UP CSWCD Student Council

UP College of Social Work and Community Development Student Council is accepting cash donations for the victims of Typhoon Tisoy in Camarines Sur.

Cash donations may be deposited to the following account:

Account name: Joshua Espiritu
BPI Savings Account Number: 3089335883
Contact number: 0906 919 3207

 A copy of the deposit slip may be sent to upcswcdsc@gmail.com.

 

The Pillar

The Pillar, the official student publication of the University of Eastern Philippines, is accepting donations in cash and in kind for those affected by Typhoon Tisoy in Northern Samar.

Donations may be dropped off at The Pillar Office, OSA Complex, University Town, Northern Samar.

Interested donors and partners may also contact the following people:

Eunice Cayocyoc- 09976315498
Regine Valerie Arninio- 09662789332

 

World Vision Philippines

World Vision Philippines is accepting donations to help those affected by Typhoon Tisoy.

Interested donors may donate through the World Vision website, where they can pay using credit card, Paypal and other payment methods.

Cash donations may be deposited to any of the following accounts:

  • Bank of the Philippine Islands: 4251-0024-15
  • Philippine Savings Bank: 038-332-000-138
  • Banco de Oro: 000-2700-4341-1
  • Metrobank: 0607060-518641

People may also send their donations via Gcash by scanning World Vision Philippines’ QR code.

 

Justice, Peace and Integrity of Creation-Order of Friars Minor (JPIC-OFM) Philippines

JPIC-OFM is appealing for donations for victims of Typhoon Tisoy in Bicol and other affected areas.

Monetary donations may be deposited to the following account:

Account name: Minister Provincial of the Franciscan Philippines Province of San Pedro Bautista, Inc. (MPFPPSPBPI)
Account number: 0213-4074-06
Bank: Bank of the Philippine Islands, Biak Na Bato Branch, Quezon City

For questions, interested donors may contact Fr. Angel Cortez, OFM at +639177759343.

 

 

 – Rappler.com 

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