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MANILA, Philippines –Typhoon Egay (Doksuri) devastated communities in northern parts of Luzon after its landfall on Wednesday, July 26.
Egay, the country’s fifth tropical cyclone in 2023, brought intense rain and winds as it strengthened into a super typhoon on Tuesday, July 25, and weakened to a typhoon the same day. Areas around several regions in the Visayas, Southern Luzon, and Metro Manila also braced the effects of the onslaught.
Seeing the aftermath left by the typhoon, several groups and organizations are conducting donation and relief drive initiatives 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.
Here is a running list of such efforts where you can extend your help:
The ABS-CBN Foundation Sagip Kapamilya is calling for monetary and in-kind donations for affected communities nationwide.
Cash donations may be sent through the following channels:
Meanwhile, in-kind food and personal kit donations may be dropped off at #13 Examiner St., West Triangle, Quezon City, from 8 am to 5 pm. Contact Arlan Acebedo or Pat Salonga at 09695196436.
The Association of Competent and Empowered CAR District DOST Scholars is accepting cash donations to help displaced families in Northern Luzon.
You may send your donations here:
- GCash: 09473785528 – Divine Bianca Falculan (Benguet) OR 09171268659 – Cyrel Denzel T. (Abra)
- Landbank: 0627020740 – Divine Bianca Falculan (Benguet)
Angat Abra, in partnership with Torvas Philippines, Creatives With Leni, Ilocos Norte Tropang Angat, and Youth 4 Journalism, among others, is accepting cash and in-kind donations for communities in Abra.
You may refer to the following details below for donations.
Bikers For A Cause
The Philippine Marine Corps, through the Bikers For A Cause donation drive, is accepting in-kind donations like canned goods, rice, instant noodles, drinking water, and medicines for the victims of Typhoon Egay in Cagayan, Ilocos, and Batanes.
Interested donors may drop off any of these donations at Headquarters Philippine Marine Corps in Fort Bonifacio, Taguig City or may contact CPT Rodilson Malic through 09684163663.
Relief organization Damayang Migrante accepts cash and in-kind donations for communities in Isabela.
Cash donations may be sent through the following:
- BPI: 4649269462
- GCash: 09950855513
Donors are requested to indicate the note “DM EGAY” or message them on their Facebook page for acknowledgement.
Meanwhile, in-kind donations may be dropped off at Balai Obrero Foundation, #63 Narra St., Brgy. Claro, Proj. 3, Quezon City.
Volunteers may also sign up here.
Dammang Elementary School, Sanchez Mira
Dammang Elementary School in Sanchez Mira launches “Piso para sa Yero ng Klasrum ko” to help rebuild their damaged classrooms in Cagayan. Kindly message their Facebook page for monetary donations.
DeMolay National Congress
The DeMolay National Congress is calling for cash donations to aid families in Ilocos Sur and Ilocos Norte.
You may deposit your donations to:
- BDO: 0012 7178 5429 (Adriane Andongo)
- BPI: 1949 5665 75 (Adriane Andongo)
Please send proof of your donation for transparency concerns.
Divine Word College of San Jose Disaster Response Team
The College Student Council of Divine Word College of San Jose in Occidental Mindoro is accepting in-kind and monetary donations.
Donations may be dropped off at Divine Word College of San Jose at General Lukban Street, San Jose, Occidental Mindoro.
Meanwhile, cash donations are accepted via GCash at 09958830261 Ana Mae Tividad.
DOST Mobilized Amianan Youth Scholars’ Association
The Department of Science and Technology Mobilized Amianan Youth Scholars’ Association has launched a donation drive for communities in Pagudpud, Ilocos Norte.
Available drop off points and channels for cash donations may be accessed below.
For our Farmers PH
Youth-led organization For our Farmers PH calls out for monetary donations to aid local farmers and fisherfolk in Cagayan, Isabela, and Pangasinan.
Donations may be sent through the following QR codes. Donors are requested to send a copy of the transaction receipt for the OR and donation certificates.
We Are GCash, in partnership with the Ayala Foundation, ABS-CBN Lingkod Kapamilya Foundation Inc, GMA Kapuso Foundation Inc, and UNICEF Philippines, among others, is calling out for monetary donations for affected families in Northern Luzon.
Scan through the QR codes below to donate.
JCI Bacolod, Inc.
The Junior Chamber International (JCI) Bacolod in Negros Occidental activated its Oplan Kaagapay.
They are accepting monetary donations through:
- GCash: 09275448456 (Daisy Rose Sia)
- BPI: 1329222218 (Daisy Rose Sia)
In-kind donations such as canned goods, rice, drinking water, hygiene kit, sleeping mattresses, clothes and slippers may be dropped off at the following locations:
- Technological University of the Philippines – Visayas (Talisay City) – Guard House
- Browtiful Unit 110 KYLT Building, La Salle Avenue, Bacolod City
- Sweet Dreams (UNO-R branch), Bacolod City
- Bago City Coliseum
JCI Cagayan Valley
The Junior Chamber International (JCI) in the Cagayan Valley is accepting monetary donations for Typhoon Egay victims in the Ilocos region.
Cash donations may be coordinated with Pamela Yambao at 09190986113 or Phoebe Yu Adela at 09976317256.
GCash donations can be sent at 09976317256 (Phoebe A.)
Kabataan Partylist Ilocos
Kabataan Partylist Ilocos has launched “Bente para sa Norte,” to help displaced individuals in La Union, Ilocos Sur, and Ilocos Norte.
You may send your donations at:
- UnionBank: 1096 5665 9403 (Angelica Galimba)
- Gcash: 0909-442-0717
Kasiyana: Youth in Action
Youth organization KASIYANA-Tulong Kabataan is calling for cash donations to aid affected communities in Northern Luzon.
You can donate through:
- Gcash : 0929 197 2185 (Franz Erick Calanio)
- Metrobank: 460 3 460 00205 3 (Deanna Louise Montenegro)
- Paymaya: 0926 746 3958 (Deanna Louise Montenegro)
- BPI: 9699 2038 55 (Franz Erick Calanio)
- BDO: 0018 3106 7127 (Kamiya Raya Sicnawa)
- Unionbank: 1094 2566 0471 (Xandrea Roeverhl Mandapat)
Community organization LoveYourself is launching a relief drive to assist affected families of Typhoon Egay.
In-kind donations such as non-perishable food items, hygiene products, clean clothes, blankets, towels, and first aid supplies can be donated at any LoveYourself Hub Donation Box branches, until Saturday, July 30.
Operation Blessing Foundation Philippines
Operation Blessing Foundation Philippines, Incorporated. is currently accepting cash donations for communities in Abra.
You may send this through:
- BDO: 0030000-55279
- BPI: 3001-0040-33
- Metrobank: 270-3-27050273-4
- Unionbank: 00-216-072163-9
Raniag ken Boses iti Agtutubo Ilocos Sur
Ilocos-based youth organization Raniag ken Boses iti Agtutubo Ilocos Sur, in partnership with several regional organizations, is accepting monetary donations.
Here are the available channels for donation:
- GCash: 0908 479 7792 (Pamlea Forona)
- Landbank: 2526-1500-69 (Lendon H. Amandra)
Rotaract Club and Rotary International District 3800
Rotaract Clubs of Rotary International District 3800 and Rotary International District 3800 launch a donation drive accepting in-kind and monetary donations for the flash flood victims in Cardona, Rizal.
For interested donors, you may send your donations via GCash to 09279171376 via Levin Emanuelle Landingin – Chair for Service Projects.
In-kind donations such as food, clothing, and bedding can be dropped off at the Rotary Club of Cardona Clubhouse in Rizal.
Rotaract Club of Lakeshore Rizal
The Rotaract Club of Lakeshore Rizal accepts cash and in-kind donations for affected families in Cardona, Rizal until the morning of July 28, Friday.
Donations may be communicated on their Facebook page or via phone call at 09957225340.
St. John’s Institute Supreme Student Council
St. John’s Institute (SJI) Supreme Student Council opens the “Heart to Hearth” donation drive to aid affected SJI faculty members in Bacolod City, Negros Occidental.
The group is accepting in-kind donations such as groceries, personal and hygiene items, clothing, and first-aid supplies until Monday, August 7, at 5 pm. Donations can be dropped off at SJI Learner’s Support Center donation boxes.
UNP – Future Physician’s Circle
The University of Northern Philippines Future Physician’s Circle has launched the “Kapit Bisig” initiative to accept cash donations. Here are the following channels:
- Land Bank of the Philippines: 0226 5031 88 (Regis Eliav S. Quilala)
- BPI: 0069856764 (Abigail R. Sto. Domingo)
- BDO: 006180209625 (Jethro Miguel Alexzeb Sorizo)
- PNB: 223610100773 (Melci Fa Keren)
- G-Cash: 09612192934 (Judy Ann Agwas)
- Maya: 09479607536 (Clarise Ello)
VMAGC- Community Extension and Development Office
The Community Extension and Development Office of VMA Global College and Training Centers extends its community services by holding a donation relief drive in Bacolod City, Negros Occidental.
Non-perishable relief items such as clothing, hygiene and personal necessities, food, and first-aid supplies are accepted to assist families affected by Typhoon Egay.
Kindly contact Chester John C. Ferrer of the Research, Extension, and Development Office (REDO) at 09673250422 or on Facebook (Ser CeeJay Ferrer) for donation concerns and assistance.
Youth Crisis Response Team
Volunteer group Youth Crisis Response Team is launching a donation drive which accepts monetary and in-kind donations for communities in Abra, Ilocos Sur, and La Union.
Donations may be communicated through the following channels:
- RCBC: 9043296502 – Claire Marie V Rasco
- GCash: 09292000596 – Claire Marie Rasco or 09192095476 – Princess Mae Dela Cruz
Volunteers are also accepted.
— with reports from Anamarie Antolin and Amiel Antonio/Rappler.com
Do you know of other relief initiatives for communities affected by Typhoon Egay? Email them to firstname.lastname@example.org
Anamarie Antolin and Amiel Antonio are Rappler interns studying BA Journalism at the Bulacan State University – Main Campus.