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#ReliefPH: Help communities affected by Super Typhoon Karding

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#ReliefPH: Help communities affected by Super Typhoon Karding
Several organizations are leading relief initiatives following the devastation left by Super Typhoon Karding. Here is a running list of efforts where you can extend your help.

MANILA, Philippines – Super Typhoon Karding (Noru) battered communities in Central Luzon, following its landfall on Sunday, September 25.

Areas around Northern Luzon, Southern Luzon, and Metro Manila have also braced the effects of the super typhoon.

Seeing the impacts of the weather disturbance, several groups and organizations have lined up various donation drives and relief operations to help those affected.

MovePH, the civic engagement arm of Rappler, is collating and verifying donation drives and relief operations that can assist these affected communities.

Below is a running list of such relief operations where you can extend your help:

Agham Youth National

Agham Youth National is calling for donations that can help victims of the floodings, storm surges, and strong winds brought on by the super typhoon. 

Monetary donations are accepted through the following channels:

  • GCash
    • Daniel Fabellon – 09163690159
  • Landbank
    • Mikaela San Ramon
    • 0047-1687-32
  • Banco De Oro
    • Mikaela San Ramon
    • 011110066552
  • BPI
    • Louise Carmela Llamado
    • 8949202934

Proof of payment must be uploaded afterwards through this link.

Air Force Reserve Command

The Air Force Reserve Command has set up a donation drive for the super typhoon victims. 

In-kind donations may be any of the following:

  • Mineral water
  • Used clothes
  • Face masks
  • Medicine
  • Blankets
  • Slippers
  • Canned goods (easy open can)
  • Flashlight with batteries
  • Laundry Detergent
  • Sleeping mats
  • Toiletries

You may bring these donations to 2nd Air Reserve Center, Air Force City, Clark Air Base, Mabalacat City, Pampanga. For further inquiries, contact arcen_2nd@yahoo.com or 09154690981.

ALAB Movement

ALAB Movement, a youth led organization, is accepting financial assistance and in-kind donations.

Financial assistance may be sent to this account:

  • GCash
    • Anton John L. – 09773056818

Kindly screenshot the receipt and send it to the organization’s FB page via FB messenger. 

In-kind donations in the form of canned goods, water, hygiene kits, clothes, and other similar items must contact the organization’s FB page for the dropoff location, as well as pick-up and meet-up arrangements. 

Angat Kalikasan

Angat Kalikasan calls for donations for affected indigenous peoples in the far-flung areas of Daraitan, Tanay; farmers in Gapan, Nueva Ecija; and residents of San Miguel, Bulacan.

It is accepting monetary donations through:

– GCash: 09664514769 (Maricris Sausa)
– BPI: 4339717139 (Reynaldo Alfonso H. Guevara II)

In-kind donations – such as rice, ready-to-eat foods, bottled water, kids and adult clothes, toiletries, face masks, and school supplies – may be dropped off at the following locations:

– 821 Valencia St. Barangay 460, Zone 45, Sampaloc, Manila
– 4013 Gen. T. De Leon St., Valenzuela City (across Gen T. De Leon Elementary School)

For further information, contact Victor Fuentebella at 09498032629.

Art Relief Mobile Kitchen

Art Relief Mobile Kitchen, a volunteer-led group, will cook meals for affected communities in Los Baños, Laguna. 

Willing individuals may send or drop off cooking ingredients such as rice, cooking oil, sugar, salt, vinegar, soy sauce, fish sauce, vegetables, and meats (chicken, pork, fish) at the group’s kitchen, which will be set up at the Batong Malake Covered Court. 

The ARMK group is also accepting cash donations. For more information on how to coordinate in-kind donations, please contact the following point persons:

  • Facebook:
    • Precious Leano
    • Alex Baluyut

Ateneo de Manila University

Ateneo de Manila University, through The Ateneo Dream Team, is calling for cash donations to provide food, water, and other immediate needs to severely affected communities. To donate, please refer to details here:

Aurora Artist Residency Program and Space (AARPS) 

Aurora Artist Residency Program and Space, a nonprofit and independent art program, is calling out for cash donations to organize relief operations in Dingalan, Aurora. 

Please send your cash donations to any of the accounts listed below:

  • GCash
    • Jennifer Gamboa – 09560414126
  • BDO
    • Jennifer Gamboa
    • Branch: Teachers Village East
    • 006520246386 
  • Paypal

Ayala Malls

Ayala Malls is accepting cash, check, and in-kind donations through Ayala Malls Concierge.

Cash donations may be sent to any of the following:

  • BPI:
    • Account Name: Ayala Foundation, Inc.
    • Account No: 0011-1681-08
  • Through the Ayala Foundation’s donation portal at afi.ph/DisasterResilience.

Bahaghari

Bahaghari, an alliance of LGBTQIA+ advocates, organizations, and formations, is looking for volunteers and donations for their upcoming relief operations. 

Provide financial assistance through the account below: 

  • GCash 
    • Clarice Adriene Pan – 09276060913

To volunteer, reach out to the organization’s Facebook page, Twitter account, or IG account

Balay Obrero

Balay Obrero, a volunteer-led group, calls for volunteers and donations. They accept both monetary and in-kind donations. 

For cash donations, you may send them through the following accounts:

  • BDO
    • Balai Obrero Foundation, Inc.
    • 1490128806
  • GCash
    • Maria Elena Pausal
    • 09519251037

For in-kind donations and interested volunteers, you may go to:

  • Tulong Obrero Headquarters, Balai Obrero Foundation, 63 Narra St., Brgy. Claro, Proj. 3, Quezon City

You may also contact Tulong Obrero Hotline (09207265211) for other inquiries.

Bangketa Eskwela Foundation

Bangketa Eskwela Foundation, a nonprofit organization, is accepting cash and in-kind donations. 

For cash donations, please take note of the following accounts:

  • GCash
    • Dara Mae Tuazon – 09754351211
  • BDO
    • Banquet of School Foundation
    • 53838475682

For in-kind donations, any of the following goods are greatly appreciated:

  • Rice
  • Bottled water
  • Canned goods
  • Hygiene kits

Contact Amphie Tuazon at 09087619110 for drop-off/meet-up points.

Caritas Manila

Caritas Manila is accepting relief assistance for affected communities. These can be in the form of food packs; bedding materials; water, sanitation, and hygiene kits; and shelter repair kits.

Cash donations may be sent to the any of the channels listed below. People may also refer to this link for more information.

For queries, people may dial 8562 0020 to 25 local 118, 139, 135, or 09175955083.

Citizens’ Disaster Response Center

Citizens’ Disaster Response Center, a non-government organization that caters to community based disaster management, is calling for cash and in-kind donations such as medicine, food, water, hygiene kits, and shelter kits. 

In-kind donations may be sent to 72-A Times St., West Triangle Homes, Quezon City. You may contact them at any of these numbers: +632 8929 9820 and +632 8929 9822.

Cash donations may go to any of the following accounts:

  • GCash
    • Glenn Latoza – 09164930194
  • Paypal
  • Metrobank (Peso account)
    • Citizens’ Disaster Response Center
    • Metrobank Examiner Branch, Quezon City, Philippines
    • 636-3-63600741-3
  • Metrobank (Dollar account)
    • Citizens’ Disaster Response Center
    • Metrobank Examiner Branch, Quezon City, Philippines
    • 636-2-63600158-3

Community Pantry PH

Community Pantry PH is on standby to cook and ship meals across various evacuation sites in different cities and provinces.

To extend your help, you may send cash donations to the account below:

  • GCash
    • Ann Patricia Non – 09451454390 

In-kind donations may be sent to Fil Garcia Tower, Freedom Quezon City.

Damayang Migrante

Damayang Migrante, a nonprofit organization, is calling for volunteers and donations. 

People may send monetary donations to the organization via the following accounts:

  • GCash
    • Jihad N. – 09750193153
  • BPI
    • Jihad N.
    • 4649449347

In-kind donations can be dropped off at 26 Albany St., East Barangay, Cubao, Quezon City. 

To volunteer, accomplish this form or message the organization’s Facebook page. For further inquiries, please contact their hotline: 09750193153.

For Our Farmers

For Our Farmers, a nonprofit organization that aims to help and uplift local farmers, is requesting for immediate relief and assistance for farmers and fisherfolk.

Send financial assistance to any of the following donation lines:

  • GCash
    • Anjanette T. – 09277811678
  • Paypal 
  • Landbank 
    • For Our Farmers PH, Inc. 
    • 3217 0633 36
  • BPI
    • For Our Farmers PH, Inc. 
    • 2819 0660 03
  • BDO
    • For Our Farmers PH, Inc. 
    • 004070174810

Frontliners’ Kitchen

Frontliners’ Kitchen will be delivering food, water, toiletries, and other relief items to the affected areas 

Cash donations may be sent to the following:

  • GCash
    • Samantha Ysabelle B. – 09393704031 
  • BDO
    •  Laurice Ysabel R. Laynes
    • 0060 3014 9961 
  • BPI
    • Felicia Alodia Marie Rentoy
    • 914 931 6377
  • PayMaya
    • Jeanill Immanuelle M. – 09177148233

For in-kind donations: https://bit.ly/KardingIKD

For aspiring volunteers: http://bit.ly/FK-TK-VolunteerForms

GABRIELA

GABRIELA, a grassroots alliance of Filipino women’s organizations, is calling for cash donations, relief packs, and volunteers. 

Cash donations will be accommodate here:

  • GCash
    • J. Paz – 09275831576
  • Metrobank
    • GABRIELA Inc. 
    • 6363636057747

Relief packs may contain the following items:

  • Cooked meals
  • Rice
  • Drinking water
  • Cooking oil
  • Dried fish
  • Sugar
  • Salt
  • Coffee
  • Canned goods
  • Instant noodles 

To volunteer, message any of the following social media accounts or contact the organization’s landline:

JCI Senate Manila

JCI Senate Manila is accepting donations and volunteers at its appointed relief centers. 

Cash donations may be sent to the following: 

  • GCash
    • c/o Executive Treasurer Miko Pacia – 09178559500
  • BDO
    • Junior Chamber International Senate Manila, Inc.
    • BDO U.N. Branch
    • Puso ng Maynila Bldg., U.N. Avenue cor. Mabini St., Ermita, Manila
    • 000 568 030 560

More details pertaining to receiving and repacking venues and schedules shall follow. 

Kabataan Partylist Navotas

Kabataan Partylist Navotas, a youth party-list group,  is calling for donations for the victims of the recent super typhoon.

For monetary donations, please see the following accounts:

  • GCash
    • Stephany C. – 09273800703

For in-kind donations:

  • 135B Matatag St., Barangay Central Diliman, Quezon City
    Contact 09455723634 for more information.

You can also be an on-ground volunteer by signing up on this link: https://tinyurl.com/TulongKabataanNCRVolunteer

Kabataan Partylist Southern Tagalog

Kabataan Partylist Southern Tagalog, a youth party-list group, has provided accounts for monetary donations:

  • GCash
    • Iris Gem M. – 09919540009
  • Paymaya 
    • Iris Gem M. – 09201996249

For any inquiries and concerns, message the organization’s FB page, Twitter account, IG account, or contact 09951928340.

Katribu Youth 

Katribu Youth, a youth-led organization, is calling for cash and in-kind donations to help indigenous families that were affected. 

Cash donations can be made to the following accounts:

  • GCash
    • Ma. Eloisa Mesina – 09212272061
  • EastWest Bank
    • Jennifer Balgos
    • 200031404214

For in-kind donations, contact Eloisa Mesina at 09212272061 for more information. 

Legal Management Institute of Ateneo de Naga Students

Legal Management Institute of Ateneo de Naga Students has established a donation drive accepting both monetary and in-kind donations.

For monetary donations, kindly send them to any of the following accounts:

  • GCash
    • Marilyn Amato – 09988867129
  • BDO
    • Kathrinah Shane Amato 
    • 005950501382

In-kind donations such as the following will be accepted:

  • Rice
  • Easy open canned goods
  • Instant noodles
  • Mineral water
  • Biscuits
  • Hygiene kits (soap, shampoo, toothbrush, toothpaste)
  • Face masks
  • Unused blanket

For more information about in-kind donations, contact Lizlyn Habala on FB Messenger or through 09810353594.

Kilusang Magbubukid ng Pilipinas (KMP)

KMP, an non profit organization for farm workers and the rural youth, has called for donations that will assist relief and rehabilitation efforts to Central Luzon farmers and fisherfolk. 

For cash donations, contact the organization’s page for bank and/or GCash details.

In-kind donations may come in the form of the following:

  • 1 liter of water
  • 3 cans of sardines
  • Crackers
  • Cooking oil
  • ¼ kilo of salt
  • ½ kilo of monggo seeds
  • Dried fish
  • 5 kilos of rice 

These can be dropped off at #56 K-9, West Kamias, Quezon City.

Life Core Philippines

Life Core Philippines is appealing for monetary and in-kind donations. These will be used for relief operations around affected communities in Central Luzon.

Monetary donations may be sent to the account below:

  • GCash 

List of in-kind donations requested are the following:

  • Canned goods
  • Instant noodles
  • Rice
  • Instant coffee
  • Hygiene kits

Contact the organization’s Facebook page for more information regarding pick-up and drop-off stations. 

Lingap Gabriela

Lingap Gabriela, which aims to empower community-based women’s organizations, is opening donation channels for relief operations catering to those in need. 

Cash donations can be made to the following accounts:

  • GCash
    • John Marc Cho Santos / J. Santos – 09157687114
  • Chinabank
    • Lingap Gabriela Inc.
    • 105002008935
    • Swift Code: CHBKPHMM

In-kind donations may be dropped off to any of the following addresses:

  • #35 Scout Delgado St., Brgy. Laging Handa, Quezon City
  • #57 P. Burgos St., Brgy. Marilag, Project 4, Quezon City

Plushies for Hope

Plushies for Hope, an outreach community group, is calling for donations to assist affected families in Barangay Tigpalas, San Miguel, Bulacan. 

You may donate to any of the following accounts:

  • GCash/Paymaya/CoinsPH
    • Mary Joyce Camba – 09152756371 
  • BDO
    • Mary Joyce Camba
    • 001040260983
  • BPI
    • Mary Joyce Camba
    • 4739504334 
  • Paypal

They also accept the following in-kind donations: ready-to-eat food, potable drinking water, sanitary kits, and biscuits. 

Tulong Kabataan PH

Tulong Kabataan PH, a community-based disaster management organization, is accepting cash and in-kind donations. 

For the former, please take note of the following accounts:

  • GCash
    • Czariz Gayle C. – 09353343854
  • BDO
    • Czariz Gayle P. Castro
    • 007120297055

In-kind donations of utmost priority are the following:

  • Ready-to-eat meals
  • Rice
  • Canned goods
  • Bottled water
  • First-aid and hygiene kits
  • Instant noodles

The organization is also in need of water purifiers and generators. Other goods that may be of value to vulnerable sectors such as women, children, and the elderly are also very much appreciated.

In-kind donation drop-off points:

  • PUP Sta. Mesa SKM Office (Kirchhoff Angala – 09219355559)
  • UP Diliman College of Fine Arts (Neo Aison – 09774183826)

Contact the organization’s FB page or Cza Castro (0935-334-3854) for further inquiries.

Negrosanon Young Leaders Institute Inc.

Negrosanon Young Leaders Institute Inc., a youth-led nonprofit organization, is pooling financial and in-kind donations. 

Financial donations will be accepted through the following channels:

  • GCash
  • Philippine National Bank
    • Negrosanon Young Leaders Institute Inc
    • Bacolod-Cyber Centre Branch
    • 3081-7000-6052
  • China Bank
    • Negrosanon Young Leaders Institute Inc
    • Bacolod-Libertad
    • 1377-0000-7362

Please send a copy of your transaction slip for proper recording and acknowledgement of such donations at info@negrosanonyoungleaders.org

In-kind donations may be dropped off at 2F Negros First Cyber Centre, Bacolod City, Negros Occidental. 

Pop Emergency

Pop Emergency, a pop culture podcast, is livestreaming a fundraising event titled “FUTURE NOSTALGIA: METAVERSE” on October 1 to help those affected by the super typhoon. All proceeds will go to Angat Buhay’s initiatives.

Early cash donations can be sent to the following accounts from Sunday until the day of the event:

  • GCash
    • John Alwyn Mancio – 09190001638
  • BPI
    • John Alwyn Mancio
    • 1739 492 226
  • BDO
    • John Alwyn Mancio
    • 005 630 426 398

Project Tanglaw

Project Tanglaw, an initiative project that promotes volunteerism among Filipino youth, is accepting monetary donations through the following channels:

For more information, contact projecttanglaw.ph@gmail.com or visit the organization’s FB page

Rural Rising Philippines

Rural Rising Philippines, an organization that seeks to support food security and environmental sustainability, is calling for in-kind donations like clothes, kitchenware (used pots and pans), and canned/packaged food. 

The following locations will serve as pickup points:

  • 72 Maayusin Street, UP Village, Diliman, Quezon City
  • Old Transport Terminal Bldg., Alabang Town Center, Theater Dr., Ayala Alabang, Muntinlupa

Southville International Organization for Nursing

Southville International Organization for Nursing calls for monetary and in-kind donations.

Cash donations may be sent via GCash to Alexene Millama (09275726188)

In-kind donations may be dropped off at Southville International School and Colleges – College Lobby. 

Clothes, towels, blankets, canned goods, rice, drinking water, medicine, and toiletries are requested.

Tanging Yaman Foundation

Tanging Yaman Foundation, a conduit foundation, is accepting donations in the form of cash through the following accounts: 

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

For easier tracking, send a photo of your transaction or deposit slip and the name of the donor to tangingyaman777@gmail.com for an official receipt.

UP Cebu University Student Council

University of the Philippines (UP) Cebu’s University Student Council launched a donation drive for UP Cebu students, professors, staff, and all other constituents affected by the super typhoon. 

Cash donations may be sent to the following account:

  • BPI 
    • University of the Philippines Cebu Educational and Research Foundation Incorporation 
    • 3611 0061 43
    • Lahug, Cebu City
    • Swift code: BOPIPHMM

UP Diliman University Student Council

In partnership with Tulong Kabataan PH, the UP Diliman University Student Council is launching IskoOps to help those affected. Both organizations are calling for donations and volunteers.

Monetary donations may be sent to any of the following channels:

GCash: 0977 418 3826 (Don Alejandro A.)
PayPal: paypal.me/neoaison (Don Alejandro Aison)
Maya: 0923 237 5290
BDO: 003920108951 (Margarita Alicia P. Ilagan)

In-kind donations may be sent to the area between Amorsolo Hall and Enriquez Hall, College of Fine Arts, UP Diliman, Quezon City. Point person here is Neo Aison (0977 418 3926).

The following in-kind donations are requested: Rice, biscuits, canned goods, ready-to-eat pack, bottled water, soap, shampoo/conditioner, toothbrush, toothpaste, pantyliners, napkins, alcohol, masks, powdered milk/coffee, instant noodles, and blankets.

Interested volunteers may sign up here.

UPLB AGAPAY

UPLB AGAPAY, the Disaster Response Task Force of UP Los Baños, is calling for monetary and in-kind donations to help aid communities affected.

Monetary donations may be sent through the following accounts:

  • GCash
    • Nimuel Yangco – 09957858562
  • LANDBANK
    • Gywenneth M. Cariaga
    • 1687445771
  • BPI
    • Danielle Alyza Uy 
    • SA 8279 2573 33

In-kind donations may be dropped at the Student Union Building, UP Los Baños. 

UP Novo Ecijanos

UP Novo Ecijanos, a varsitarian organization in UP Los Baños, is gathering cash donations that will be used to purchase relief goods.

If you wish to donate, take note of the following accounts:

  • GCash 
    • Marian Stephanie Vergara – 09171181845
  • Landbank
    • Marian Stephanie Vergara
    • 4016025114

Youth Advocates for Climate Action Philippines (YACAP)

Youth Advocates for Climate Action Philippines (YACAP), an alliance of youth formations, is accepting cash donations through the following channels:

  • GCash
    • B. Panlaqui – 09955509183
  • Paypal
    • paypal.me/firesunflower
  • BPI
    • Alab Mirasol Ayroso
    • 4439409865
  • BDO
    • Alab Mirasol Ayroso
    • 006520157928

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Animal Rescue PH

Animal Rescue PH, an animal rescue group based in Bulacan, is accepting cash and in-kind donations for rescued cats and dogs.

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

  • GCash
    • Jayson Morales – 09692420072 
    • John Harold Go – 09128418523
    • Santayo Reindeer – 09810739013
    • Leslie Almaden – 09705930791
    • Romeo Quito – 09690910511
  • Paymaya
    • Light of Light Anne Morales – 09234256793
  • BDO 
    • Light of Light Anne Morales
    • 003910238674
  • BPI 
    • Ritchelle Quito
    • 4919183638
  • Paypal

In-kind donations that are highly appreciated are the following:

  • Rice for dogs (laon type)
  • Chicken breast and chicken liver
  • Power cat food (Dry)
  • Vitality ValueMeal or Top Breed Dog Food
  • Maxwell or Morando Cat Food in can (wet)
  • Morando Dog Food in can (wet)
  • Stainless food bowls
  • Bravecto (20 to 40 kg)
  • Azodyl capsule
  • DS Wedgehog
  • Immune Tablet
  • Cleaning materials
  • Cages and crates
  • Solar lights
  • Flashlights or emergency lights

These can be dropped off at J Antonino St. Corner Alfonso St Zone 2, Brgy Partida San Miguel Bulacan 3011. Contact 09234256793 for more information.

Do you know other relief operations currently assisting communities hit by the super typhoon? Share them with us at move.ph@rappler.com or tag @MovePH on Twitter. – with reports from Arjay Hije and Marypaul Jostol/Rappler.com

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