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#ReliefPH: Help communities affected by Typhoon Odette

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#ReliefPH: Help communities affected by Typhoon Odette
Many Filipinos need help after Typhoon Odette destroyed their homes and communities

Thousands of Filipinos are in need of help and relief following the massive devastation caused by Typhoon Odette (Rai).

The typhoon made landfall at least nine times from December 16 to 17, triggering forced evacuations and leaving swaths of destruction in parts of the Visayas and Mindanao. It also affected power lines, causing blackouts in several areas.

In Western Visayas, four deaths in Iloilo and Guimaras were caused by trees that toppled over and crushed homes during the height of the typhoon. 

Several organizations are leading donation drives and relief efforts to respond to the needs of affected communities, especially those in Surigao.

This is a running list of verified initiatives that you can check out to help survivors of Typhoon Odette.

General

A6oveOrdinaryCrew

Filipino fanbase of AOMG A6oveOrdinaryCrew is accepting monetary and in-kind donations to help affected communities. Local band Lola Amour helped amplify this donation drive.

For more information about the initiative, you may check out this post

Adventist Development and Relief Agency Foundation (ADRA) Inc.

Non-governmental organization ADRA Inc. is accepting donations to help those affected by the typhoon in the Visayas and Mindanao. It has so far provided cash assistance to at least 600 families in Cebu, and raised more than P800,000 in monetary donations as of December 23.

You may donate via these channels:

Akbayanihan

Akbayanihan is raising funds to procure supplies to meet basic needs of affected communities in the Visayas and Mindanao such as fuel, potable water, and medical supplies among others.

You may donate to any of the following channels:

  • Bank of the Philippine Islands*
    Aimee Santos
    0189573278
    *Please note down your name and indicate donation for “TY Odette Response”
  • GCash
    Maria Aimee Santos
    +639988662449
  • Paypal
    Send to paypal user: josephsantoslyons@gmail.com 
  • PayMaya
    Maria Aimee Santos
    +639988662449
Association of Chemical Engineering Students – Malayan Colleges Laguna

The Association of Chemical Engineering Students – Malayan Colleges Laguna is accepting monetary donations for the benefit of communities affected by the typhoon.

You may send your donations via:

GCash
Vanessa Buenconsejo
09150554782

Paymaya
Patricia Capola
09957104803

BPI
2649356758
Patricia Capola

Send your donation receipts to aces.mcl.drive@gmail.com. Collection period will be from December 22 to December 27. For more information, contact Vanessa Buenconsejo at 0915055478.

Ateneo de Manila University

The Ateneo de Manila University will provide food for communities affected by the typhoon. Here’s how you can send your donations:

Australia Alumni Communities Philippines 

The Australia Alumni Communities Philippines (AACPh) is seeking donations from its Australia Global Alumni and friends in the Philippines and in Australia to help communities in the Visayas and Mindanao devastated by the typhoon. 

Proceeds of this initiative will go to the relief efforts of AACPh’s partner organizations. You may refer to this post for the complete details on how to donate. 

Ayala Foundation

Ayala Foundation is now accepting cash donations to help communities affected by the typhoon. Interested donors may donate through their website, GCash, and BPI.

Bahaghari

LGBTQ+ organization Bahaghari is accepting in-kind and monetary donations to help affected communities. Full details below:

Bayan Panay

Bayan Panay is accepting in-kind and monetary donations.

In-kind donations may be dropped off at Door 2, Jardeleza Apartment, Cuartero Street, Jaro, Iloilo City. For monetary donations, you may scan the GCash QR Code or send them to the PayMaya account posted.

For other concerns, donors may contact Bayan Panay through 0963 637 0743.

BUKLOD College of Social Sciences and Philosophy

BUKLOD College of Social Sciences and Philosophy, together with the Student Council Alliance of the Philippines and other partner organizations, is accepting in-kind and monetary donations, as well as volunteers.

They have drop-off points in Mandaue City, Cebu City, and Cagayan de Oro City. See the details below:

Caritas Manila

Caritas Manila, through its Caritas Damayan program, is accepting cash donations to help its member-churches to provide immediate needs to affected families

For those who want to donate, check this link.

Cebuana Lhuillier

Cebuana Lhuillier is raising funds to help expedite the rebuilding of affected communities in Visayas and Mindanao.

To donate, people may go to https://www.ourhelp.org/stodettereliefops/ or scan the QR code below:

Center for Disaster Preparedness

The Center for Disaster Preparedness (CDP) is accepting monetary donations to provide mental health and psychosocial support services, food and non-food items, and temporary shelter to affected communities in Bohol, Cebu, Southern Leyte, Surigao City, and Roxas, Palawan. 

This humanitarian assistance will be implemented and coordinated through CDP’s partners from the DRRNet Philippines, and the Philippine Preparedness Partnership. 

You may transfer funds to this bank account: 

  • BANK OF THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
    Center for Disaster Preparedness Foundation, Inc.
    Peso: 3051-1139-09
    Dollar: 3054-0296-31
    Swift Code: BOPI PH MM

You may also visit https://cdp.org.ph/donate.

Christ Commission Fellowship (CCF) Tulong Tayo 

Christian church CCF, through its Tulong Tayo ministry, is leading a donation drive in partnership with the Office of the Civil Defense and NDRRMC, for the affected communities in Cebu, Maasin City and Limasawa Island in Southern Leyte, Cauayan and Kabankalan in Negros Occidental, Loboc, Bohol, Surigao City, Butuan, Dumaguete, Palawan and Dinagat island.

They are accepting in-kind donations, such as rice, canned goods, noodles, biscuits, milk, coffee, bottled water and other food items including new clothes, jackets, sleeping mats, blankets, and housing materials. These items may be dropped off at Basement 3 of CCF Center, Frontera Verde, Ortigas Avenue 1850 Pasig. 

For cash donations:

  1. Visit ccf.org.ph/give
  2. Select mode of payment
  3. Select CCF TULONG TAYO / OTHERS
  4. Indicate “CCF Tulong Tayo” as the recipient 

Those interested in volunteering for CCF’s Tulong Tayo initiative may send a Facebook message

City of Manila

The Public Employment Service Office of the City of Manila is launching a bayanihan drive to help affected communities in the Visayas and Northern Mindanao in need of immediate relief assistance, such as food, water, medicines, clothing, blankets, among others. 

Those in Manila may drop off their in-kind donations at No. 813 P. Noval St. corner Sergio H. Loyola, Sampaloc, Manila. You may also contact: 

  • Point person: Marissa David
  • Contact numbers:
    • 09694596261
    • 09694596262
    • 09277971723

Cash donations may be directly deposited to: 

  • Account Name: Kaagapay ng Manileno Foundation, Inc. 
    PNB Account No. 167770003504
Claret School of Quezon City

Claret School of Quezon City is organizing a donation drive to help affected communities in Visayas and Mindanao.

In-kind donations such as canned goods, rice, clothes, and toiletries can be dropped off at Claret School of Quezon City, Mahinhin St., UP Village, Diliman Quezon City.

For cash donations, people may refer to the following details:

  • Metrobank
    Account name: Claret School of Quezon City Inc.
    Account number: 1863186501587
Coast Guard Logistics Systems Command

The Philippine Coast Guard is accepting donations to send help to families affected by the typhoon through the utilization of its land, water, and air assets.

The following are priority items for in-kind donations:

  • Food packs
  • Rice
  • Water
  • Ready-to-consume food
  • Blankets
  • Tents
  • Medicine and vitamins
  • Mosquito nets
  • Sanitary kits, toiletries
  • Slippers or footwear
  • Clean, unused clothes

You can drop off your donations at Coast Guard Base Farola, Headquarters Coast Guard Logistics Systems Command, Muelle dela Industria Farola Compound, Binondo, Manila. The Coast Guard Logistics Systems Command is accepting donations 24/7.

You may deposit cash donations to:

Philippine Coast Guard Support System Foundation Inc.:
Landbank of the Philippines
0281-1025-75 

De La Salle Zobel-Social Action Office

De La Salle Zobel-Social Action Office is calling for cash and in-kind donations to help communities affected by Typhoon Odette. It is accepting in-kind donations from December 26 to 30.

More details can be found below:

Earth Shaker

Earth science group Earth Shaker PH aims at raising P100,000 for the relief groups based in communities affected by Typhoon Odette. 

Donors may transfer donations to the following accounts:

  • Gcash:
    Celestine Joy Rosales
    09338699050 
  • Paymaya: 
    Celestine Joy Rosales
    09338699050
  • BDO
    Christian Calalang
    011170136298 
  • Landbank
    Celestine Joy Rosales
    3077137814
  • BPI 
    André Joaquin Cayago
    8939369725
  • Paypal: paypal.me/CelestineJoyRosales

They are also looking for community-based groups that are organizing relief efforts so they can become beneficiaries of this initiative. More information here

For the Future PH and Kids for Kids

Kids for Kids and For the Future PH are continuing their typhoon relief and climate emergency fund to respond to the needs of affected communities.

You may donate to any of the following accounts:

Gabriela party list and Lingap Gabriela

The Gabriela party list and Lingap Gabriela are calling for donations and volunteers.

Those interested to help may drop off in-kind donations at #57 P. Burgos St., Barangay Marilag, Quezon City, or #35 Scout Delgado St., Barangay Laging Handa, Quezon City. 

Cash donations may also be sent to any of the following accounts:

  • Chinabank 
    Lingap Gabriela Inc. 
    Account Number: 105002008935
    Swift Code: CHBKPHMM
  • Gcash
    John Marc Cho Santos
    0915 768 7114

Those interested to help in the preparation and distribution of food packs and hygiene kits may sign up through the volunteer form, send a message to Lingap Gabriela’s Facebook and Twitter accounts, or email lingapgabph@gmail.com

GCash

Interested users may send monetary donations to GCash’s partner organizations that are leading relief operations by scanning the GCashGivesBack QR code or sending donation through the Pay Bills #GCashGivesBack wallet.

You may scan the QR code of your preferred nongovernmental organization. Among the options are Philippine Red Cross, ABS-CBN Lingkod Kapamilya Foundation Inc, GMA Kapuso Foundation Inc, UNICEF Philippines, Ayala Foundation Inc Disaster Resilience, and Save the Children PH.

Girl Scouts of the Philippines

The Girl Scouts of the Philippines (GSP) is accepting monetary and in-kind donations to help GSP regions and councils recover from the typhoon. 

For a complete list of the respective GSP councils’ bank accounts and contact information, you may refer to this post.

Junior Philippine Institute of Accountants and Auditors-United

Junior Philippine Institute of Accountants and Auditors-United is raising funds and accepting in-kind donations that can be given to affected families and communities in Visayas and Mindanao.

To donate, refer to the post below for more information:

Kapit-Mindanao

An online and offline youth-led community, Kapit-Mindanao, is raising funds and accepting in-kind donations of ready-to-eat food, sanitary kits, bottled water, face masks, and alcohol. 

The drop-off point is located at FEU Manila Gate 4, Engineering Building, Morayta. Contact Patrick Manuel at 0956 052 8170. It will be open daily from 10 am to 5 pm. To donate, you may visit bit.ly/KapitDONATE.

Landers Superstore

Landers Superstore is accepting in-kind donations for those affected by Typhoon Odette. Interested donors may send their donations to its Metro Manila stores or donate through www.landers.ph/help-vismin and use the code HELPVISMIN to waive shoppe or/delivery fees. 

La Salle College Antipolo – Lasallian Mission Office

The Lasallian Mission Office of La Salle College Antipolo is accepting both in-kind and monetary donations to help communities in the Visayas and Mindanao. 

In-kind donations, such as rice, canned goods, drinking water, and instant noodles may be dropped off at the La Salle College Antipolo main gate, Town & Country Heights, Barangay San Luis, Antipolo City, starting Monday, December 20, until Thursday, January 6, from 9 am to 4 pm. 

They are also accepting cash donations via Gcash

LCOY Philippines

LCOY Philippines, in partnership with Aksyon Klima, Living Laudato Si, Parabukas, and the Manila Observatory, is conducting a donation drive for the communities affected by the typhoon, specifically the communities in Cebu (Cebu City, Moalboal, Argao), Negros Oriental, Dinagat, Maasin & Baybay Leyte, and Libagon, Southern Samar areas.

The group accepts in-kind and monetary donations. For in-kind donations, they accept the following goods:

  • Toiletries
  • Good quality clothes
  • Canned goods
  • Ready-to-eat foods
  • Rice
  • Potable water or water filters
  • Menstrual care products
  • First aid kits with medicine (paracetamol, bandages, alcohol, betadine)
  • Books or toys for children

You may drop off your donations to the following points:

  • Unit 2FC, 2F First Cyber Center, Hernaez Lacson St, Brgy. 39, Bacolod City 
    • Name: Carmela Adelantar
    • Mobile number: 09457632560
  • The Hatch Hub, 195 Maginhawa St, Quezon City
    • Name: Jing Barrios
    • Mobile number: 09383370963
  • Tambunting Arellano Avenue, Brgy. 745, Manila City
    • Name: Sheen Orihuela
    • Mobile number: 09664524848
  • Assumption Antipolo, Sumulong Highway, Antipolo City, Rizal
    • Name: Khitz Mayuga
    • Mobile number: 09662994210

You may course your monetary donations to:

  • BDO
    Account name: Marinel Ubaldo
    Account number: 11140047726
  • BPI
    Account name: Mary Grace Catapang
    Account number: 8969103649
  • GCash
    • Account name: Sheena Katrina Orihuela
      Account number: 09664524848
    • Account name: Marinel Ubaldo
      Account number: 09171790581
  • Paypal
Light of Jesus

The Light of Jesus Family Disaster Recovery Ministry aims to give relief goods and financial help to those affected.

To extend help, here are the bank details:

  • BDO account number: 003978016595
    Account name: Light of Jesus Community Foundation Inc.
    Branch: Araneta Center-Ali Mall II
    SWIFTCODE: BNORPHMM
  • Metrobank account number: 265-726-551-395-2
    Account name: Light of Jesus Community Foundation Inc.
    Branch: E. Rodriguez Sr. Ave.
    SWIFT CODE: MBTCPHMM

People are also welcome to donate via credit card or Paypal at www.feast.ph/giving. They’ll just have to select “Give: LOJF Disaster Recovery Ministry.”

The Light of Jesus requested donors to send them a screenshot or photo of their bank transfer.

Living Laudato Si’

Living Laudato Si’ partnered up with OeconoMedia to conduct a donation drive for the communities in Visayas-Mindanao areas.

You may send your monetary donations through the following channels:

  • GCash
    Account name: Rodne G.
    Account number: 09271515908
  • PayPal
    https://bit.ly/DonateOeoconoMedia
  • China Bank Savings Inc
    Account name: BAYAY SIBUYANON INC.
    Account number: 610900000300
    Swift code: CHSVPHM1XXX
McDonald’s Philippines

McDonald’s Philippines, through Ronald McDonald House Charities, is organizing its McDonald’s Kindness Kitchen program to serve 20,000 meals for communities affected by Typhoon Odette. Those interested to support this initiative may send monetary donations to the following RMHC bank accounts:

  • Account Name: Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Philippines Inc.
  • Metrobank Account Number:
    CA #347-7-34755805-9
  • BPI Account Number:
    CA #3021-4107-47
  • BDO Account Number:
    CA #01-7080-12767

Donations may also be made through McDonald’s stores nationwide via BPI or GCash QR code or by visiting rmhc.org.ph.

Miss Universe Philippines

The Miss Universe Philippines Organization is accepting monetary donations, which will be distributed to partner charities in affected cities and provinces.

$10 will be added to overseas donations of any amount sent through the Sendwave app. This is in partnership with Sendwave and Save the Children Philippines.

How to donate using Sendwave:

  1. Download the app: https://try.sendwave.com/kjap/muph
  2. Create and verify your account
  3. Enter the code MUPH
  4. Send as low as $1 to the Miss Universe Philippines account
  5. A free $10 credit will be automatically added to your donation

Sendwave only allows money transfer to the Philippines from US, Canada, UK, Spain, Italy, Belgium, France, and Ireland.

People may also donate via bank transfer:

BDO Unibank Inc.
Account name: Miss Universe Philippines Inc.
Account number: 0021-3801-6453
Swift code: BNORPHMM

Mu Relief and Project H20

Mu Relief, part of the disaster response arm of the Mu Sigma Phi fraternity and sorority, and Project H20 are accepting donations that will be used to provide relief goods and sustainable, clean, and filtered water to affected residents in the Visayas and Mindanao. 

The following are needed donations:

  • Alcohol
  • Face masks or shields
  • Sanitary napkin
  • Diapers
  • Rice grains
  • Canned goods
  • Instant noodles
  • Bottled water
  • Sleeping mats
  • Blankets
  • Toiletries
  • Rubber boots

Cash donations are highly appreciated as well. Check the post below for more details:

National Council of Churches in the Philippines

The National Council of Churches in the Philippines accepts monetary and in-kind donations for the victims of Typhoon Odette.

  • China Banking Corporation – E. Rodriguez Sr. Blvd., Quezon City
    Philippine Peso Account: 223-009641-3
    US Dollar Account: 223-700011-4
    Swift Code: CHBKPHMM
New Life Community Care Foundation International, Inc.

New Life Community Care Foundation International, Inc.(NLCOM) is accepting in-kind and monetary donations to help affected communities in Visayas and Mindanao. 

The organization has so far distributed relief food bags, gallons of water and solar flashlights to 500 families in Barangay Sabang, and other areas of Surigao City. 

They also aim to distribute 900 relief bags to affected families in Cebu, Danao, Mandaue, and Hinunangan in Southern Leyte and provide roofing and building materials to help build homes in Surigao. 

Those interested to donate may send cash donations to any of the following accounts: 

Oxfam Pilipinas

Oxfam Pilipinas aims to provide immediate life-saving aid such as food, water, hygiene kits, sleeping mats, tents, and solar lamps to affected communities in Visayas and Mindanao.

People can donate by scanning the QR code below:

Panday Sining

Panday Sining is organizing a relief drive to help communities affected by Typhoon Odette.

Interested donors may send monetary or in-kind donations. Full details below: 

PayMaya

People may donate by scanning the PayMaya QR codes of the following organizations initiating relief efforts::

  • Oxfam
  • Philippine Red Cross
  • Save the Children
  • UNICEF
  • WorldVision

You may visit Paymaya’s Twitter page to view the said QR codes.

People for Accountable Governance and Sustainable Action

People for Accountable Governance and Sustainable Action is accepting donations for communities in the Visayas and Mindanao.

While they prefer cash donations given challenges in transporting goods from Manila to areas in need, the organization also accepts in-kind donations at Block 31 Lot 13 Bonifacio St., Capitol Estate I Commonwealth, Quezon City.

The following are immediate needs:

  • Rice
  • Easy-to-open canned goods
  • Instant noodles
  • Cereal drinks
  • Mineral water
  • Blankets
  • Sleeping mats
  • Hygiene kits
  • Masks and alcohol

People may contact Sarah Velasco at 0923 535 4319 for coordination.

Philippine Red Cross – Davao City Chapter

Philippine Red Cross – Davao City Chapter is calling for donations which can be distributed to affected communities.

In-kind donations such as hygiene kits and toiletries (bath soap, towel, toothbrush, toothpaste, shampoo, and face masks), as well as food, rice, and canned goods are recommended. These may be dropped off at Philippine Red Cross-Davao City Chapter’s office in Manuel Roxas Avenue, Davao City (beside Marco Polo Hotel).

Cash donations may be sent to this account:

  • BDO Unibank
    Account name: Philippine Red Cross
    Account number: 002-7-0034740-0

A copy of the proof of payment must be sent to davaocity@redcross.org.ph so the organization can issue an official receipt and acknowledge donors properly.

RockEd Philippines

Volunteer group RockEd Philippines, in partnership with Commune Coffee Shop, is organizing a donation drive for communities hit by Typhoon Odette. They are accepting monetary and in-kind donations.

You may drop off the following goods to 562 Batulao St, Ayala Alabang Village, care of Paul Hinlo, or at Commune Cafe + Bar at 36 Polaris St, Makati City:

  • Blankets
  • Underwears
  • Diapers
  • Napkins

For monetary donations, you may scan the QR code below:

If you have inquiries, you may contact the team via email at programs@projectsteadyasia.org.

Roman Catholic Diocese of Tandag

Roman Catholic Diocese of Tandag is calling for donations to help victims of Typhoon Odette.

Donations may be sent to the following:

  • Rizal Commercial Banking Corporation (RCBC), Tandag
    Account number: 01423319506
    Account name: Roman Catholic Bishop of Tandag
  • Metrobank, Tandag
    Account number: 454-3-45403920-4
    Account name: Roman Catholic Bishop of Tandag
  • Banco de Oro (BDO) Network Bank, Bislig
    Account number: 041070080045
    Account name: Roman Catholic Bishop of Tandag
  • Dollar account – Philippine National Bank (PNB), Tandag
    Account number: 403560057246
    Account name: Roman Catholic Bishop of Tandag
Samahang Operasyong Sagip

Samahang Operasyong Sagip, a disaster response network, is organizing an initiative to help affected communities in the Visayas and Mindanao. They are accepting in-kind and cash donations.

They are also calling for volunteers to assist in various disaster response work, such as resource generation, relief delivery assistance, and possible medical missions. Full details below:

Senator Manny Pacquiao

Presidential aspirant and Senator Manny Pacquiao’s camp arranged relief operation teams and cargo planes to transport donations from Metro Manila to typhoon-hit areas.

They are accepting in-kind and monetary donations. In-kind donations may be dropped off at Team Pacquiao Headquarters, Pacific Star Building, Makati Ave cor Sen. Gil Puyat Ave., Makati City.

Monetary donations, meanwhile, may be sent through the Manny Pacquiao Foundation via its website pacquiaofoundation.org.

For concerns and donations, you may contact the following: Dixie (0945 433 9960), Mhae (0907 241 3658), Xy (0926 625 9404), and Jane (0915 162 0601).

Simbahang Lingkod ng Bayan

Simbahang Lingkod ng Bayan is coordinating with the Social Actions Centers of affected dioceses and its affiliate organizations Tanging Yaman Foundation and Ateneo de Manila University to bring help to communities in need.

Here’s how you can help:

  • GCash
    • From the GCash app, go to PAY BILLS.
    • Click OTHERS.
    • Look for SIMBAHANG LINGKOD NG BAYAN on the list.
    • Enter AMOUNT.
    • Click NEXT to CONFIRM.
  • BPI
    • BPI peso checking account: 3081-1111-61
      Simbahang Lingkod ng Bayan

For proper acknowledgment and tracking, notify the Simbahang Lingkod ng Bayan and send a photo or screenshot of your transaction/deposit slip to slb@affiliate.ateneo.edu.

Subic Bay Centennial Lions Club

The Subic Bay Centennial Lions Club is accepting monetary donations to help those affected by Typhoon Odette in Agusan del Norte, Bohol, Cagayan de Oro, Lanao del Sur, Negros Occidental, Palawan, and Southern Leyte. 

The funds that will be collected will be used to buy:

  • Blankets
  • Ready-to-eat food (easy to open canned goods, instant noodles, biscuits)
  • Rice
  • Bottled water
  • Sanitary kits (soap, sanitary napkins, diapers)
  • Face masks and alcohol
  • Medicine for common types of sickness

You may donate to their “Boots on the Ground” relief operation by clicking here.

SugboCares

Cebu-based youth organization SugboCares (Calamities Response and Emergency Support) is raising funds to provide drinking water, food, and hygiene products for families most affected by Typhoon Odette. 

You may course your monetary donations through any of the following accounts: 

  • BPI
    Franchesca Fajemolin
    2049247616
  • Paypal
    paypal.me/shryllsgrdo
  • Paymaya
    Izel Oracion
    09213254238
  • Gcash
    Christina Lumagbas
    09177704554

They are also accepting in-kind donations. Full details may be found here

Tulong Kabataan Network

Tulong Kabataan, a relief and rehabilitation network initiated by the Kabataan Partylist, is calling for donations for affected residents in the Visayas and Mindanao. It is working in partnership with the University of the Philippines Diliman University Student Council (UPD USC).

UP Diliman students residing in affected areas are also encouraged to answer this sensing form at bit.ly/OdettePHSensingUPD to accommodate academic, relief, and other assistance-related concerns.

People may send monetary donations via the following channels:

In-kind donations may be dropped off at this site: 117C Matatag St., Barangay Central, Diliman, Quezon City.

For further inquiries and concerns, contact Hayme Alegre (0969 096 4538). You may also reach Safety and Security Committee Head Andrew Ronquillo (0943 708 7772) at feronquillo@up.edu.ph, or the official page of the UPD USC.

Tulong Kabataan – UP Manila

Tulong Kabataan – UP Manila is calling for donations for UP Manila students whose communities are devastated by the typhoon. They are accepting in-kind and monetary donations.

For in-kind donations, you may give the following goods:

  • Rice and canned goods
  • Bottle water
  • Face masks and face shields
  • Alcohol
  • Hygiene kit
  • Baby and adult diapers
  • Clothes

You may drop off these goods at UP Manila Office of the University Registrar, Ermita, Manila. 

You may course your monetary donations through the following channels:

  • BDO
    Account name: Djoanna Marie Dimapilis
    Account number: 004260199385
  • GCash
    Account name: Edzel Gail Macasu
    Account number: 0945 794 5742
  • Paymaya
    Account name: Djoanna Marie Dimapilis
    Account number: 0906 408 3735
  • Unionbank
    Account name: Djoanna Marie Dimapilis
    Account number:1094 2890 0650

Send a proof of donation to Tulong Kabataan – UP Manila’s Facebook page or through their email at tulongkabupm@gmail.com.

Tzu Chi Philippines

Tzu Chi Philippines, an international humanitarian organization, is calling for donations for devastated communities in the Visayas and Mindanao.

You may course your monetary donations to the following channels:

  • Metrobank
    Account name: Buddhist Compassion Relief Tzu Chi Foundation Philippines
    Account number: 163-3-16307190-9
  • BDO
    Account name: Buddhist Compassion Relief Tzu Chi Foundation Philippines
    Account number: 011978001800
  • GCash and Paymaya
    You may scan the QR code below:

Send a copy of the deposit slips to donations@tzuchi.org.ph or through Viber, LINE, or WeChat at +639672110940.

UPLB Agapay

University of the Philippines Los Baños Agapay, in partnership with UPLB Ugnayan ng Pahinungod and Serve the People Brigade-UPLB, is accepting in-kind and monetary donations for typhoon-affected communities.

For monetary donations, you may course them through:

  • Landbank
    Account name: Mariah Joy B. dela Providencia
    Account number: SA 1896352373
  • Paypal
    paypal.me/stpbuplb
  • GCash
    Account name: Arveil Briones
    Account number: 0953 308 1839

You may send a copy of the transaction receipt to UPLB AGAPAY Facebook page or via email at agapay.uplb@up.edu.ph

For in-kind donations, UPLB Agapay accepts rice, ready to eat foods, toiletries, COVID-19 and hygiene kit essentials, and beddings.

You may drop off your donations at the Student Union Building, UPLB.

Vice President Leni Robredo

Donations may be sent to the Leni-Kiko 2022 Volunteer Center at 284 Katipunan Avenue, Quezon City 1108. The entrance may be found at 33 Esteban Abada Street.

The following relief goods are urgently needed:

  • Blankets
  • Ready-to-eat food (easy to open canned goods, instant noodles, biscuits)
  • Rice
  • Bottled water
  • Sanitary kits (soap, sanitary napkins, diapers)
  • Face masks and alcohol
  • Medicine for common types of sickness

Below are the contact numbers that Vice President Leni Robredo listed for the initiative:

  • 0969 298 9893
  • 0969 298 9894
  • 0969 298 9895

Cash donations, meanwhile, may be coursed through their Angat Buhay partner:

  • Metrobank
    Tanging Yaman Foundation, Inc.
    448-7-44801314-2
    Tañong, Marikina Branch
  • BPI
    9601-0002-42
    Loyola Heights Branch

For verification and acknowledgement purposes, send a screenshot or photo of your transaction/deposit slip to tangingyaman777@gmail.com.

Victory

Victory, a church in the Philippines, is accepting monetary donations for relief efforts.

Donations to Victory PH Relief may be coursed through the following:

Woodrose Student Council

Woodrose Student Council is accepting cash and in-kind donations. Details below:

World Vision Philippines

World Vision Philippines is leading an emergency response to help families affected by Typhoon Odette.

To help, people may donate to any of the following bank accounts with account name World Vision Development Foundation, Inc:

  • Bank of the Philippine Islands
    4251-0024015
  • Banco de Oro (BDO)
    000-2700-4341-1
  • Philippine Savings Bank (PSBank)
    038-332-000-138
  • Metrobank
    0607060-518641
Youth Advocates for Climate Action Philippines

The donations from this drive will go to relief operations for the affected communities in Visayas and Mindanao. YACAP is partnering with Agham Youth National, UP Green League, UP Zoological Society, UP Association of Biology Majors, and Saribuhay National for this relief initiative. 

Children

Project Hero Negros

Project Hero Negros is accepting cash and in-kind donations to help babies displaced by Typhoon Odette. For in-kind donations, it is in need of distilled water, diapers, baby wipes, and other sanitary essentials appropriate for babies.

More details can be found below:

Save the Children Philippines

Save the Children Philippines is leading an initiative to help children and their families in affected communities.

Full details below:

Women

LILAK (Purple Action for Indigenous Women’s Rights)

LILAK is leading a “Babayenihan” initiative to help indigenous women and their families in Negros Occidental, Antique, Agusan del Norte, Agusan del Sur, Surigao del Sur, and Palawan. The organization will be distributing relief packs and hygiene kits. 

Those interested in extending their support may send monetary donations to any of the following bank accounts: 

  • BPI Account Name: LILAK/PURPLE ACTION FOR INDIGENOUS WOMENS RIGHTS INC Account No.: 1993 2179 28
  • GCash Account Name: KATRINA MARIE MAGTOTO
    Account No.: 0945 110 6278
  • Paypal paypal.me/katutubonglilak

For more information, you may contact Kat Magtoto at 0945 1106 278 or email babayenihan.lilak@gmail.com

Women in Emergencies Network – WENet Philippines

Women in Emergencies Network (WENet) is accepting cash donations to help women and their families in Dinagat Islands, Negros Occidental, Antique, Agusan del Norte, Agusan del Sur, Surigao del Sur, Palawan, Cebu, Negros Oriental, and Southern Leyte. 

These cash donations will be used to purchase food packs, hygiene kits, potable water, and other immediate necessities. 

Donors may refer send money to the following accounts:

  • Gcash
    Account Name: Alisandra Lei Escobar
    Account No: 09171228178
  • BPI
    Account Name: Pambansang Kongreso ng Kababaihan sa Kanayunan, Inc.
    Account No: 1991-0066-28

For more information, you may contact Alisandra Lei Escobar at 09171228178. 

LGBTQ+

Liyab: LGBTQIA+ Humanitarian Network

Liyab: LGBTQIA+ Humanitarian Network, a network of queer organizations in the Philippines, is organizing a donation drive to help LGBTQIA+ communities affected by Typhoon Odette in Cebu, Bohol, Surigao City, Caraga, and Iloilo City. 

People may also give cash donations that will be used to purchase basic goods, such as drinking water, food and medicine, and fuel for transportation. Details can be found here

Media workers

National Union of Journalists of the Philippines

The NUJP is raising funds to provide immediate relief to media colleagues in areas affected by the typhoon.

Those interested in helping may send donations to the following accounts:

  • Gcash/Paymaya
    Joanna Paola Ballaran
    09617626684
  • Metrobank Kamuning
    National Union of Journalists of the Philippines
    229-7-229-50743-1
    SWIFT Code: MBTCPHMM
    IBAN: 010269996

For inquiries, you may reach the NUJP National Office through secretariat@nujp.org and +639175155991.

Pets

Pawssion Project

Pawssion Project is leading a donation drive for animals in Siargao. It has partnered with Siargao’s local animal shelter Puppy Puddle Siargao and Lokallab to bring goods and veterinarians in the island.

In-kind donations may be dropped off in Quezon City, while cash donations may be made through its donation channels.

Full details below:

Below are initiatives focused on helping those affected in Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao:

Luzon

Palawan

Ahon Palaweno

Palawan-based youth organization Ahon Palaweno is accepting in-kind and monetary donations to help the affected families in Puerto Princesa City and northern Palawan.

Monetary donations may be sent to Ferndale Franco’s GCash account at 09177740407.

They are also accepting the following goods:

  • Water bottles
  • Canned goods
  • Hygiene Kits
  • Clothes
  • Food packs
  • Alcohol/Hand Sanitizers

You may drop off your in-kind donations at the Palawan State University – Laboratory Elementary School Guard House, H. Mendoza Street, Puerto Princesa City. For pick-ups, you may also message the Ahon Palaweño Faceboook page.

Medical Outreach Missions Foundation Inc

Medical Outreach Missions Foundation Inc is accepting cash and in-kind donations to help communities affected by Typhoon Odette. For its first wave, all proceeds will be sent to Palawan.

Details can be found below:

PAMANTIK-KMU

Pagkakaisa ng Manggagawa sa Timog Katagalugan-Kilusang Mayo Uno (PAMANTIK-KMU) is accepting monetary and in-kind donations to help affected communities in Palawan.

It accepts the following in-kind donations:

  • Ready-to-eat food
  • Water
  • Vitamins and medicines
  • Hygiene kits
  • Alcohol
  • Yero (Galvanized iron sheet)
  • Other building materials

These items may be dropped off at Steward, Inc. Office, Brgy. Pulo, Cabuyao, Laguna.

Cash donations may be sent via GCash: 0963 793 6273 (Jemme Mia A). In the message portion, put “Odette.”

Visayas

Asia Pacific Alliance for Disaster Management Philippines

A-PAD Philippines is accepting monetary donations to provide food packs, hygiene kits, and temporary shelters and sleeping kits to victims in the Visayas and Mindanao.

You may refer to the post below for more details:

Center for Energy, Ecology, and Development

The non-government organization Center for Energy, Ecology, and Development (CEED) is accepting monetary donations for the devastated communities in Negros island, Southern Cebu, and Northern Mindanao. 

The collected funds will be used to help CEED and its partners deploy solar-powered gensets, donate solar lamps, and set up solar-powered charging stations in these areas.

You may course your donations through the following channels:

  • BPI
    Account name:  Center for Energy, Ecology, and Development Incorporated
    Account number: 1991012024 
  • GCash
    Account name: Aryanne de Ocampo
    Account number: 09295940057

For more information about CEED’s donation drive, you may contact them through their email at info@ceedphilippines.com or reach out to Aryanne de Ocampo via her mobile at 09295940057 or 09176380993.

De La Salle Philippines

The De La Salle Philippines will be sending over basic needs and relief goods to places in Visayas affected by the typhoon. Below are details of the bank accounts where you can send your donations. Send your deposit slips to kadauno@delasalle.ph.

  • Account Name: De La Salle Brothers, Inc.
    Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI)
    Peso savings account number: 3103-3749-86
    US Dollar savings account number: 3104-0289-09
    Swift code: BOPIPHMM
  • Rizal Commercial Bank Corporations (RCBC)
    Peso savings account number: 7590-569081
    US dollar savings account number: 8-296-00115-6
    Swift code: RCBCPHMM
  • Security Bank Corporation
    Peso savings account number: 0000014366500
    US dollar savings account number: 0000011740719
    Swift code: SETCPHMM
LoveYourself Inc

LoveYourself Inc is accepting donations for their relief drive for affected communities in the Visayas at any of their LoveYourself Hubs or Champion Community Centers.

UP Church of the Risen Lord

The UP Church of the Risen Lord is accepting monetary and in-kind donations to help families in Cebu, Bais, and Dumaguete. 

Cash donations may be sent to any of the following: 

PNB UP CAMPUS BRANCH
Account Name: CHURCH OF THE RISEN LORD
Current Account Number: 1086-7000-4943
Send scanned deposit slip to this email: churchoftherisenlord@gmail.com

Gcash:
Jillian Mae Velacruz: 0905 637 9908

For in-kind donations, items may be dropped off at 18 Laurel Avenue, Diliman, Quezon City, Metro Manila, UP Church of the Risen Lord. If possible, they prefer to receive flashlights with batteries. 

For any other concerns, contact UP CRL at 89287674, 84264528 and 09275164780 or Arlene Tapay at 09056379908. 

UP Visayas

University of the Philippines Visayas (UPV), in partnership with the UPV Foundation, is conducting a donation drive for affected communities in Eastern Visayas and Western Visayas

Monetary donations may be deposited to:

  • UPV Foundation Inc.
    PNB c/a # 3113-7000-1585 or LBP #3052- 1016-10
  • GCash
    Anna Razel L. Ramirez 
    0915 002 5667

Goods may be left at the UPV guardhouses in both the Iloilo City and Miagao campuses.

Donors are requested to send proof of deposit/transfer to the UPV’s official Messenger account.

UP Visayas-University Student Council

The University of the Philippines Visayas (UPV) – University Student Council, in coordination with Tulong Kabataan Western Visayas, UP Antiqueño, UPV Negrense, UP Cabatuananon, and other regional organizations in the university, is calling for monetary donations.

For queries, contact Phillippe Angelo Hiñosa at 09283407211. People may donate to the following accounts:

  • Metrobank
    June Aubrey Atos
    128-3-128-46995-9
  • Landbank
    3297 0748 72
    Feliz Noemi Grace Espinosa
  • GCash
    09053322914
    Chelcie Pahila
We Feed Philippines

We Feed Philippines, in partnership with Tulong Kabataan-Cebu, Tatak Ilonggo, Zamboanga Youth for Chel Diokno, Bohol for Leni, and Team Leni Robredo Zamboanga City, is launching #WeCare: Barog Bisaya to help the victims of Typhoon Odette in Cebu and Bohol.

They are accepting monetary and in-kind donations. You may send your monetary donations to:

  • Paypal
    Iver Hans Arboiz
    paypal.me/arboiziver
  • GCash
    Account name: Karylle Anne Peñaflor
    Account number: 09772096604

For in-kind donations, We Feed Philippines accepts the following goods:

  • Drinking water
  • Canned goods
  • Noodles
  • Rice
  • Hygiene essentials
  • Emergency lights, flashlights, batteries

You may drop off the in-kind donations in the following areas:

  • CEBU
    Address: 53 B. Rodriguez St. Ext., Sitio Palay Side C.C, Brgy. Sambag 2, Cebu City
    Contact number: 0922 610 9043
  • BOHOL
    Address: Bohol For Leni Volunteer Center, Balili Heritage House, Tagbilaran City, Bohol
Youth for Leni-Guimaras

Youth for Leni-Guimaras, a youth organization composed of supporters of Vice President Leni Robredo, is accepting cash donations to help communities in the province left devastated by Typhoon Odette.

For those who want to donate, check this link

Bohol

European Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines 

The ECCP is accepting cash and in-kind donations to help affected communities in Bohol. Those who are interested to donate may check the full details below: 

Cebu

Anakbayan Cebu

Anakbayan Cebu is accepting in-kind and cash donations.

Affected communities need the following:

  • Food
  • Water
  • Medicine
  • Hygiene kits

These may be dropped off at UCCP-CENDET, 85 Osmeña Blvd., Cebu City, Cebu 6000.

For cash donations:

  • GCash
    0977-277-4043 
    Lance Lucian B.
  • BPI
    3619182633 
    Sta. Ana B. Aures
Ang Alyansa sa mga Mamumuo sa Sugbo-Kilusang Mayo Uno (AMA Sugbo-KMU)

The AMA Sugbo-KMU is leading relief operations for victims in Cebu. This is in coordination with Anakpawis Partylist Cebu, Alyansa sa mga Mamumuong Kontraktwal Cebu, and Association of Dismissed Workers.

For GCash donations*:
Howell V.
0995-105-0151
(*In the message portion, type “For Odette.”)

For in-kind donations:

UCCP-CENDET, 85 Osmeña Blvd., Cebu City, Cebu 6000

Cebu Caritas Inc.

Cebu Caritas Inc. is calling for donations to help Typhoon Odette victims in Cebu.

People may send monetary donations to any of the following channels:

  • Cebu Caritas Office
    c/o Ms. Ann Bernadette Cabigon
    Cebu Caritas Building
    P. Gomez St., Brgy. Sñr. Sto. Niño, Cebu City
  • UnionBank:
    Account name: Cebu Caritas Inc.
    Account number.: 001130006960
  • GCash:
    Name: Ann Bernadette Cabigon (Finance Director)
    Number: 09088750877
  • Office of the Archbishop
    c/o Sr. Maricor Talay, MCST
    Archbishop’s Residence Compound
    D. Jakosalem St., Cebu City
    Online Donation:
    https://www.stockcrowd.com/template/2/7139

For in-kind donations, such as rice, canned goods, water, noodles, flashlights, you may drop them at:

  • Cebu Caritas Office, P. Gomez St., Brgy. Sñr. Sto. Niño, Cebu City
  • SPFY Covered Court
    c/o Ms. Margie Matheu
    Archbishop’s Residence Compound
    D. Jakosalem St., Cebu City
Montfort Missionaries Philippines

The Montfort Missionaries Philippines and its community is accepting monetary and in-kind donations for communities in Cebu and other provinces affected by the typhoon in the Visayas and Mindanao. 

Full details below:

PHINMA Cagayan de Oro College

PHINMA Cagayan de Oro College is seeking help from PHINMA Education communities across the country to support relief efforts for displaced families in Cebu. 

Details on how to donate below: 

Ramon Aboitiz Foundation Inc.

The Ramon Aboitiz Foundation has activated its donation hub to allow local and international donations for immediate relief to communities affected by Typhoon Odette. 

The organization has also deployed its rapid assessment team to check how to best support affected communities in Cebu.

Aside from donations, it accepts volunteers based in Cebu to help with relief packing, distribution, and other operational needs. Those interested may apply via this link.

University of Cebu

The University of Cebu is organizing relief operations for badly hit areas of Cebu City. During the early days following Typhoon Odette, the university’s law school also distributed water bottles to its affected students. 

Donation details below.

UP Cebu University Student Council

The UP Cebu University Student Council is launching a donation drive for its students and staff affected by Typhoon Odette.They are accepting monetary donations, as their manpower is limited.

You may check out this post for more information, including ways to donate.

USC Supreme Student Council

The University of San Carlos Supreme Student Council through its relief and rehabilitation network Abag Carolinian is accepting in-kind and monetary donations, and volunteers to help bring relief to affected communities in Cebu.

For in-kind donations, people may drop them off at UCCP-Cendet, 85 Osmeña Blvd., Cebu City. Message Abag Carolinian’s Facebook page for more details.

For monetary donations, interested donors may refer to the following details:

  • Unionbank
    1094 2391 9244
    Angel Mendiola
  • GCash
    09338108655
    Carson Go

Leyte

Liceo del Verbo Divino-SSM-SHS

The Liceo del Verbo Divino Sangguaniang Sentral ng Mag-aaral Senior High School Department is accepting cash and in-kind donations to help affected residents in the Visayas.

Food, water, clothes, hygiene kits, and medicines can be dropped off at Liceo Del Verbo Divino, Avenida Veteranos St. Tacloban City. Call 09262930871 to facilitate the drop-off of donations or fill out the log sheet in the guardhouse.

For cash donations, you may send them via GCash: Vanessa C. Collera (09661497213). 

New Life Tacloban

Religious organization New Life Tacloban accepts monetary and in-kind donations for the communities devastated by Typhoon Odette.

You may send your monetary donations to:

  • China Bank Corporation
    Account name: New Life Tacloban
    Account number: 197-121421-2

For in-kind donations, you may drop off your goods at New Life Tacloban, Marasbaras, Tacloban City. Coordinate with Romeo Ancheta via mobile at 09563486392.

For more information, please contact (053) 832 1684 or 0956 348 6392.

SSCT Supreme Student Council

The Supreme Student Council of St. Scholastica’s College Tacloban is conducting a donation drive to provide relief packs and aid for affected communities in Southern Leyte.

People may donate cash via GCash:

  • Name:  Ariane Leuterio
    Account number: 09956908617

For in kind donations, drop off is at St. Scholastica’s College of Tacloban. You may contact Cherleme L. Gabon at 09278513947 for coordination.

UP Tacloban Student Council

The UP Tacloban Student Council, in partnership with the UP Association of Cana-Cebuana Speaking Students, is initiating a fundraising activity and donation drive for the victims of Typhoon Odette in Leyte and Southern Leyte. It targets to help around 25 Iskolar ng Bayan affected by the typhoon and 300 families in Leyte or Southern Leyte with relief packs that include food and hygiene items.

For monetary donations, you may refer to the following details:

  • Landbank
    Jim Navarra
    0187 2246 08
  • Palawan/Cebuana
    Kent Reymark Tocayon
    0945 440 0829
    Tacloban City
  • Gcash
    Jim Navarra
    0926 246 7278

For in-kind donations: Contact Kent Reymark Tocayon at 0945 440 0829

Drop-off point:
Brgy. 74 Lower Nula Tula, Tacloban City
Landmark: Gray gate in front of Prime Water Leyte District

For more queries, you may directly contact Kent Reymark Tocayon via 0945 440 0829, or message this page

UP Halcyon

University of the Philippines (UP) Halcyon, a socio-civic organization under UP Visayas Tacloban College, is accepting cash and in-kind donations to provide affected communities in Sogod, Liloan, and Padre Burgos, Southern Leyte with basic necessities such as food, and hygiene kits.

More details here:

Negros Island

Bagani

Bagani, a part of Champion Community Center of LoveYourself Inc, is accepting monetary and in-kind donations.

You may donate the following goods:

  • Face Masks
  • Rice
  • Canned Goods
  • Instant Noodles
  • Blankets
  • Clothes
  • Bottled water
  • Hygiene Kits (Diapers, Sanitary Napkins, Alcohol, etc.)

You may drop off your donations at 3rd Floor, NEDF Building, 6th Street, Bacolod City. Coordinate with Cailah Alvarez via mobile at 09194815144.

For monetary donations, you may course them through the following channels:

  • BDO 
    Account name: Jose Antonio Lavaro
    Account number: 003010236276
  • GCash
    Account name: Janrey L. Buenconsejo
    Account number: 09172749904
Children Optimization for the Revitalization of Environment

Children Optimization for the Revitalization of Environment, together with its partner organization, hopes to raise at least P50,000 in donations so they can give out food packs and other necessities to affected communities in the southern part of Negros.

More details below:

Colegio San Agustin – Bacolod Senior High School Supreme Student Council

Colegio San Agustin – Bacolod Senior High School Supreme Student Council is accepting monetary donations for communities affected by the typhoon, particularly the southern part of Negros Occidental. The collected funds will be used to buy construction materials, which will help rebuilding the homes of these communities.

You may course your donations to:

  • GCash
    Account name: Yna Ysabelle Arcenas
    Account number: 09666928634
  • Philippine National Bank
    Account name: Beatriz Marie Abayon
    Account number: 307 6101 54564
Development Society of the Ateneo

The Development Society of the Ateneo is calling for donations to help provide relief packs to affected communities in Bacolod City. It is coordinating with different youth groups on the ground to distribute these relief packs.

You may refer to the following details to donate:

BPI
Aster B. Castelo
2909082857

GCash
Patricia Lim
0926 074 4885

Send proof of donation through this link: https://bit.ly/DevSocProofOfDonation

Gawad Kalinga Negros Occidental

The poverty-alleviation movement Gawad Kalinga in Negros Occidental has launched Operation Walang Iwanan to aid the victims of Typhoon Odette in Southern Negros.

The donation drive accepts monetary and in-kind donations. For in-kind donations, you may give the following items:

For immediate relief:

  • Water
  • Rice
  • Easy-to-open canned goods
  • Noodles
  • Coffee, energy drinks, chocolate drinks
  • Blankets
  • Toiletries

For recovery:

  • Roof
  • Galvanized iron sheets
  • Nails
  • Plywood
  • Lumber
  • Copper wire
  • Other construction materials

You may drop off your in-kind donations at Bob’s Cafe, 21st Lacson St, Bacolod City or at Carlos Hilado Memorial State College – Talisay.

For monetary donations, you may course them through the following channels:

  • BPI
    Account name: Gawad Kalinga Community Development Foundation Inc – Negros Occidental
    Account number: 9191-0026-09
  • GCash and JustPayto
    You may scan the QR code below:

Send proof of donation to katamor@gawadkalinga.com to process your official receipt.

Ibayaw Youth Collective

The youth collective is accepting monetary donations to purchase food packs, water, alcohol, and sanitary items for affected families in Bayawan City, Negros Oriental. The donation drive is in coordination with different multi-sectoral organizations in the city.

For in-cash donations, you may donate to the following accounts:

Banco De Oro
Christian F. Lapas
008820075917

Philippine National Bank
Renko Feliz R. Gaudiel
0112 8110 0000 0156

MetroBank
Ivan Christopher B. Cordevilla
4973497964769

GCash
Renko Feliz Gaudiel
09959614469

Linghod

Non-governmental organization Linghod is calling for monetary and in-kind donations for the procurement of drinking water, water filters, drinking containers, and transportation for affected communities in Negros. 

You may send donations through its updated donation lines:

You may send a proof of transaction to Linghod to properly track your donation.

Negros Care

Negros Care is asking for assistance to help affected areas in Negros Occidental. It is accepting monetary and in-kind donations to provide immediate relief to victims in the area.

More details here:

Negros Oriental State University

The Negros Oriental State University (NORSU), through its NORSU CAREs program, is organizing a relief drive to provide in-kind donations to help affected communities in their province. 

Basic goods, such as  food, water, canned goods, noodles, and biscuits may be dropped off at the NORSU main gate (Gate 1), Kagawasan Avenue, Capitol Area, Dumaguete City, Negros Oriental. 

Negros Youth for Leni

Negros Youth for Leni, a youth organization composed of supporters of Leni Robredo, is accepting cash donations to help communities in Southern Negros left devastated by Typhoon Odette.

For those who want to donate, check this link.

Negrosanon Young Leaders Institute Inc.

The Negrosanon Young Leaders Institute Inc is pooling funds for Typhoon Odette survivors who are based in Negros Occidental. The monetary donations will be used to provide relief packs and hot meals to children and families in evacuation centers and communities based in the province.

Interested donors may donate to any of the following channels: 

Philippine Red Cross Negros Occidental – Bacolod City Chapter

The Philippine Red Cross Negros Occidental – Bacolod City Chapter is seeking in-kind donations for the cities and municipalities in Negros Occidental. 

 In-kind donations may include the following: 

  • Used clothes (already cleaned and folded)
  • Blanket
  • Canned goods
  • Noodles
  • Water
  • Rice
  • Hygiene kits
  • Soap
  • Shampoo
  • Towel
  • Toothpaste
  • Toothbrush (unused)
  • Clean underwear
  • Diapers for infants

These items may be dropped off at the Philippine Red Cross Negros Occidental-Bacolod City Chapter at 10th Lacson Street, Bacolod City.

Philippine Red Cross – Negros Oriental

The Philippine Red Cross – Negros Oriental is accepting in-kind donations of drinking water, rice, canned goods, and hygiene kits for the affected communities in Negros Oriental.

These items maybe dropped off at the Philippine Red Cross-Negros Oriental Chapter, Poblacion 4, Dumaguete City (near Bethel Guesthouse) starting Wednesday, December 19.

Interested donors may also opt to give cash donations that will be used to purchase food and non-food items. 

For questions regarding donations, you may reach them by messaging their Facebook page or contact 0953-254-7410. 

Pre-Med Society-La Salle Bacolod

Pre-Med Society-La Salle Bacolod is accepting cash and in-kind donations to help affected families in Southern Negros and the Ilog Rural Health Unit.

Refer to the post below for more details:

Project LNT

Student-run initiative Project LNT is raising funds to provide relief packs to 3,000 affected households in Candoni, Negros Occidental. The relief packs will contain water, canned goods, and other necessities.

People may donate through any of the following channels:

GCash
Jadine Ledesma
09399148750

Security Bank
Jannele Michelle M. Jimenez
0000018685682

Donors are encouraged to send a screenshot of proof of donation.

Silliman University (SU)

Silliman University’s Typhoon Odette Initiative is making a call for cash and in-kind donations for affected communities in the towns of Manjuyod, Bindoy, and others north of Negros Oriental.

This initiative is a collective effort of the SU Administration through its Continuing Calamity Response Program, together with the SU Church, the SU student government, faculty, staff, students, alumni, and friends.

The cash donations will be tapped for relief operations, psychosocial processing and intervention for affected communities, and rebuilding efforts. 

In-kind donations may be dropped off at the SU Gymnasium through the Katipunan Gate and Laguna Gate from Monday to Saturday, 8 am until 5 pm.

Monetary donations may be made directly to Silliman University (payee) via any of the following banks: 

  • Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI)
    Perdices Branch, Dumaguete City
    Dollar Account: 1084-0273-47 | BOPIPHMM
  • Bank of the Philippines Islands (BPI)
    San Jose Branch, Dumaguete City
    Peso Account: 9215-8032-25 | BOPIPHMM
  • Banco de Oro (BDO)
    Silliman Campus Branch, Dumaguete City
    Peso Account: 80400-000-63 | BNORPHMM

To trace donations, donors may email a PDF of the validated deposit slip to treas@su.edu.ph and vpd@su.edu.ph with the email subject: “Continuing Calamity Response Program Donation,” including the following details: 

  • Purpose of the deposit
  • Full name of the donor
  • Address and contact number of the donor

For more information, you may refer to SU’s Facebook post. You may also contact the SU Office of the Vice President for Development at vpd@su.edu.ph, or call +63 35 422 6002 local 223/224.

Talarak Foundation

Conservation non-governmental organization Talarak Foundation is calling for donations to help rehabilitate the devastated Negros Forest Park. The donations will be used to clear and dispose debris, reconstruct destroyed animal enclosures, restore destroyed keepers’ quarters, and repair ruptured water pipes and utility lines.

You may course your donations to:

  • Bank of Commerce
    Account name: Talarak Foundation Inc.
    Account number: 084-00-000458-7
    Swift code: PABIPHMM
    Branch: Kabankalan
    Bank Address: Guanzon St, Kabankalan City
  • GCash
  • Account number: 09270456357
The Sillimanian Initiative

The Sillimanian Initiative is accepting monetary donations to provide water, food, hygiene kits, and other necessities to affected communities in Negros Oriental.

People may donate to any of the accounts below:

  • BDO
    Enrica Marian F. Dinopol
    008040121227
  • Metrobank
    Cedrick Babor
    4213421906441
  • GCash
    Ricmar Adrian P. Marcojos
    0926 626 4625
  • Paymaya
    Cedrick Babor
    09178811795
  • BPI
    John Christian Entrata
    1329-1868-29
  • Paypal
    Jastine Rasonable
    Jastine.maerasonable@gmail.com
    09476359444

Submit your proof of transaction here: https://forms.gle/2xgV1h646DawDkQJ9

University Community Development Office

The University Community Development Office (UCDO) of the University of Negros Occidental- Recoletos (UNO-R) is accepting in-kind and cash donations to help families affected in the province. 

Monetary donations may be sent to the following bank accounts:

  • GCash
    09661500030
  • BPI
    Beah Marie Ganarias
    Account No.: 2249410368

Donors are asked to send their proof of donations to UNO-R UCDO Juniors Club at unorucdojuniorsclub@gmail.com

For in-kind donations, food and non-food items may be dropped off at the UNO-R lobby, Lizares Avenue, Bacolod CIty. 

University of St. La Salle

The University of St. La Salle (USLS) Bacolod is accepting in-kind and monetary donations to help affected families. 

It accepts the following in-kind donations:

  • Food (rice, canned goods, biscuits, coffee, energen, etc.)
  • Non-food items (Sleeping bags, blankets, towels, hygiene kits, medical kits, diapers for kids, etc)

These may be dropped off at the USLS Gate 2 starting December 17.

Monetary donations may be sent to the following:

GCash Analee Rose Locsin 0977 300 7021
BPI University of St La Salle Account number: 1041-0433-06 
UBP University of St. La Salle Account number: 002-79000-1899

Kindly send your proof of donation to balayan@usls.edu.ph

Young Pharmacists Group Negros Occidental

The Young Pharmacists Group Negros Occidental is collecting donations that can be given to affected communities in Kabankalan City, Sipalay City, and other areas in Negros Island that are in need of medicines.

For details on what and how to donate, check the post below:

Youth Advocates Through Theater Arts

YATTA, a youth-based theater organization in Dumaguete City, is organizing a donation drive to help two of its members and other affected communities in Negros Oriental. 

The group has so far channeled its Christmas funds to distribute immediate relief packages to the towns of Bais, Manjuyod, and Ayungon. They are accepting in-kind and cash donations to be able to reach out to more communities. 

Cash donations may be sent to the following: 

  • Gcash
    Mohammad Bennajir Jul 
    09563982276
  • Landbank
    Hanz Denzil Villahermosa
    Savings Account 3347029881

Kindly email screenshot of donation to yatta.dumaguete@gmail.com

For in-kind donations, you may coordinate with Hanz Villahermosa at 09064197577. 

Youth for Climate Hope

Youth for Climate Hope is leading relief operations to help affected communities in Negros Island.

Below is a list of urgent relief needs and drop-off locations for donations in Bacolod City and Silay City:

Mindanao

Ateneo de Davao University

The Ateneo de Davao University Master in Public Administration Society called for donations to help victims of Typhoon Odette. 

People may donate to the following accounts:

Ateneo de Davao University
BPI: 2081-0568-73
BDO: 002700-207358

You may donate via any of the following channels:

Balai Obrero Foundation

The Balai Obrero Foundation aims to help affected communities, especially those based in Mindanao.

It is accepting in-kind donations at Balai Obrero Foundation, 63 Narra St., Barangay Claro, Project 3, Quezon City. Its telephone number is 8421 0986.

People may also give monetary donations:

  • BDO
    1490128806
    Balai Obrero Foundation Inc.
  • GCash
    0951 925 1037
La Salle Academy – Iligan City

La Salle Academy in Iligan City is coordinating a relief operation for the affected communities in Lanao del Norte and other neighboring communities.

The school accepts monetary and in-kind donations. You may course your monetary donations to:

  • Metrobank
    Account name: LA SALLE ACADEMY INCORPORATED
    Account number: 5437 5430 0336 7
  • GCash
    Account name: Jay Velez
    Account number: 09177166448

Send a copy or receipt of transaction to businessoffice@lsa.ph using the subject, OdetteDonation.

For in-kind donations, La Salle Academy is accepting the following goods:

  • Rice
  • Canned goods
  • Noodles
  • Water
  • Blanket, mats
  • Face masks, alcohol
  • Toiletries
  • Medicine (paracetamol)
  • Vitamins
  • Diapers (for babies and adults)

You may drop off your in-kind donations at the La Salle Academy Entrance Lobby.

Mindanao Development Authority

The Mindanao Development Authority (MinDA) is accepting cash and in-kind donations to help various communities affected in Mindanao. 

They have designated drop-off points for in-kind donations in Zamboanga City, Koronadal City, Cagayan de Oro City, Davao City, and Butuan City. 

Full details may be found in this post. 

Pinoy Media Center

Pinoy Media Center encouraged people to donate to its partner organizations to help fund relief efforts for affected communities in Dinagat, Siargao, Surigao City, and Surigao del Norte.

People may refer to the following accounts:

  • Bank of the Philippine Islands
    Sisters’ Association in Mindanao
    002083-8010-37
  • Paypal: @balsamindanao 
  • GCash
    Bishop Ligaya San Francisco
    09052736675
The Women of Aleitheia

The Women of Aleitheia is accepting monetary donations which will be forwarded to affected communities in Dinagat Islands, Buenavista Agusan Del Norte, Cebu, and Siargao.

If you wish to donate, you may send your donations to the following:

  • BDO 
    Michelle Terrence Tiu
    0063 9035 9941
  • GCASH 
    Michelle Terrence T.
    09178096575
  • BPI 
    Michelle Terrence Tiu
    058 954 5695

Should you wish to to get a confirmation receipt of your monetary donation, email the organization at aleitheia.official@gmail.com or send a message to Michelle Tiu (09178096575).

Xavier University-Ateneo de Cagayan

Xavier University-Ateneo de Cagayan is calling for donations for victims in the Caraga region.

More details below: 

For more inquiries, contact Nestor Banuag Jr. of Student Social Involvement and Advocacy Program at 09171940942.

Dinagat Islands

BALAOD-Mindanaw

Balay Alternative Legal Advocates for Development in Mindanaw Inc. is launching  Tabang Dinagat relief operations to help affected communities in Dinagat Islands province. 

Balay Mindanaw Group

Balay Mindanaw Group will be sending a team to Dinagat Islands to deliver relief assistance and conduct a damage and needs assessment on the ground, in coordination with the provincial government and other partners.

The organization is open to bring whatever help people may want to send to Dinagat. To coordinate this, people may contact the following: Balay Mindanaw President Kaloy Manlupig (0917 7176 000) and DREAM coordinator Donna Banaynal (0917 7163 533).

People may also contribute by giving cash donations. Details can be found here.

Cagayan de Oro City

For our Farmers PH Inc

Youth-led and nonprofit organization For our Farmers PH Inc is leading relief operations in Misamis Oriental and Cagayan de Oro.

People may donate to any of the following accounts:

Squire Publication

The Squire Publication, through nongovernmental organization Akbayanihan, is calling for volunteers and donors for their donation drive to help affected communities in Cagayan de Oro.

People can drop off in-kind donations at DuPoint, JR Borja Extension (Fronting Coco Lumber Shop before crossing going to Camaman-an). These can be addressed to Erika dela Cruz (0956 470 2947).

For monetary donations, donors may refer to the following accounts:

  • Bank of the Philippine Islands
    Account number: 2059 249 838
    Ann Natalie Louisa Calo Balane
  • GCash
    Renato II A.
    0977 014 3037

Siargao

For the Future PH and Kids for Kids

In collaboration with non-governmental organization Lokal Lab, For the Future PH and Kids for Kids opened direct donation channels to help affected communities in Siargao.

They are accepting the following in-kind donations:

  • Blankets
  • Ready-to-eat food (easy to open canned goods, instant noodles, biscuits, rice)
  • Bottled water
  • Sanitary napkins
  • Face masks and alcohol
  • Tents
  • Hygiene kits
  • Medicine

These may be dropped off at AP Cargo Warehouse located at 124D Durian Park, Domestic Road, Pasay City, Metro Manila. People may contact 0917 845  8596 for coordination.

Other drop-off points are also available in Quezon City, Cubao, Mandaluyong, Taguig, Laguna, Makati City, New Manila, Alabang, Antipolo, and Paranaque City.

Check this out for the addresses:

Donors are instructed to label their donations with names and content for easier tracking of goods.

Aside from the accounts listed above, people may also donate via Paymongo: bit.ly/KTF_DONATE.

Meat Hook PH

Meat Hook PH, together with Far Eastern University-Dr. Nicanor Reyes Medical Foundation (FEU-NRMF), is accepting both in-kind and cash donations to help those in Siargao.

In-kind donations may be dropped off at 11th floor tower bldg, FEU-NRMF Fairview Regalado, Quezon City. Look for Sarah Dumlao with contact number 09176344976.

For accepted items and details on cash donations, check out this post:

Surigao City

FundForward Initiative

FundForward Initiative is launching its #ParaSaSurigao donation drive in partnership with Andam Higala, OURmindaNOW, and a group of young Surigaonons currently-based in Cagayan de Oro City.

This citizen-led initiative aims to provide emergency relief packs and raise P100,000 to help 100 families in Surigao City and nearby municipalities. 

To extend your help, you may send monetary donations to the following accounts: 

  • BPI – Mart Markines –  2049206294
  • GCash/Paymaya/Coins.PH – Mart Markines –  09361857539
  • GoGetFunding – https://gogetfunding.com/?p=7420733 (For international transfers)

They are also accepting in-kind donations that may be dropped off at Door 5 (green gate) Tan Apartment, corner of 15th-21st Sts Nazareth, Cagayan de Oro City. 

Xavier University (XU) Development Communication Society

The XU Development Communication Department and the XU Development Communication Society
 are leading a monetary donation drive called “Para sa atong mga gaw sa Surigao” to help residents in Brgy. Rizal and Brgy. Bonifacio in Surigao City affected by Typhoon Odette.

Donations may be deposited to the following accounts:

  • GCash: 0926-602-0433 (Al Jasper Parmisano) – DevCom Soc vice president
  • BDO: 00 176 034 975 3 (Hazel Jane Panis Libe) – DevCom Soc treasurer

Surigao del Norte

Junior Chamber International (JCI) Kagayhaan Gold

JCI Gold is accepting cash and in-kind donations to help affected communities in Surigao.

– Rappler.com

Do you know of other initiatives helping communities affected by Typhoon Odette? Use the hashtag #ReliefPH or email them to move.ph@rappler.com.

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