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With their disaster funds already nearly depleted by coronavirus-related preparations, local governments and groups appeal to the public to help their towns recover from Typhoon Ambo
Seeing the need to do their part to help those affected, many organizations championing the zero-waste lifestyle are helping Taal eruption survivors by leading eco-friendly donation drives
(3rd UPDATE) This page shows how you can help Filipinos affected by the Taal Volcano eruption
Filipinos and other people affected by the Australia bushfires need your help and support. This page shows how you can help.
Communities affected by Typhoon Ursula need your support. This page shows how you can help.
Here's how you can help affected communities in Cagayan, Isabela
(4th UPDATE) Here's how you can help people affected by Typhoon Tisoy (Kammuri)
(4th UPDATE) Affected communities in Mindanao need your support. This page shows how you can extend help
People affected by the recent Batanes earthquakes need your support. This page shows how you can help.
People affected by Tropical Depression Usman need your help and support. This page shows how you can help.
Evacuees receive assistance in the form of family food packs, sleeping mats, and medicines
People affected by floods from the southwest monsoon need your support. This page shows how you can help.
The Department of Social Welfare and Development and local government units provide around P9.16 million in aid to affected residents
Each Metro Manila local government unit will contribute at least P500,000 to a common fund for the evacuees. Emergency response personnel are also set for deployment.
(UPDATED) People affected by Mayon Volcano threats need your help and support. This page shows how you can help.
More volunteers are needed. 'Your time is the most precious gift you have given those in need this holiday season', says DSWD OIC Emmanuel Leyco.
DSWD distributes cash aid to affected areas in the municipalities of Bacolod Kalawi, Madalum, Wato Balindong, and Tugaya in Lanao del Sur
Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte says they plan to distribute a second batch of food packs on December 30 to 31 in anticipation of New Year's Eve
Read this to know how you can help victims of Severe Tropical Storm Vinta through the Philippine Red Cross
This will expedite the humanitarian efforts being undertaken by the local government to respond effectively to the crisis that Vinta has created
The City Information Office urges donors to either drop their donations at the City Hall or directly give them to victims in coordination with evacuation center managers to ensure orderly distribution of relief goods
DSWD is calling for volunteers to repack relief goods at the National Resource Operations Center in Chapel Road, Pasay City
(UPDATED) People affected by Tropical Storm Vinta need your help and support. This page shows how you can help.
Caritas Palo, the humanitarian arm of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Palo, distributes relief goods in remote Biliran towns
The Philippine Red Cross and Caritas Philippines respond to the needs of those affected by Urduja in Biliran
Bookmark this page for a handy list of emergency hotlines you can call or text, plus Facebook and Twitter accounts to contact
(UPDATED) The Department of Social Welfare and Development has provided assistance to affected families in Bicol, Western Visayas, Central Visayas, and Eastern Visayas
(UPDATED) People affected by Tropical Storm Urduja need your help and support. This page shows how you can help.
The DSWD thanks the many groups and individuals who continue to send goods and cash to victims of the Marawi conflict
Punta sila sa mga nakaupo nating local government officials at sa ating mga DSWD focal persons humingi ng tamang instructions says DSWD Undersecretary Hope Hervilla
DSWD field offices are on standby to extend assistance to affected local government units
We will immediately deliver water and additional food packs even on Holy Thursday says Social Welfare Secretary Judy Taguiwalo
The DSWD is accepting cash donations which will be used to buy water for quake victims in Surigao de Norte
This Office of Civil Defense describes the earthquake damage in Surigao as ‘extensive and widespread
A professor makes an appeal on social media for people to donate food and other needs of those affected by the floods in Cagayan de Oro
Manila Archbishop Luis Antonio Cardinal Tagle makes this appeal to parishes in the Archdiocese of Manila which covers 5 cities in the National Capital Region
Donors can proceed to the nearest DSWD Field Office in their area or to the DSWD National Resource Operations Center NROC in Pasay City
Typhoon Lawin left at least 9 dead and 3 missing with thousands more lives interrupted Now the process of rehabilitation and recovery begins
People affected by typhoon Lawin need your help and support This page shows how you can help
Sign up here if you or your organization wish to help in packing additional relief goods for those affected by Super Typhoon Lawin
The typhoon hit province still needs food shelter water and non food items says NASSA Caritas Philippines national director Archbishop Rolando Tria Tirona
As of September 16 more than 10 200 people in Batanes have been affected by Typhoon Ferdie Authorities have yet to reach the towns of Sabtang Itbayat and Mahatao
Information is power and we want this power to be used by Filipinos so they themselves can find means to prepare for calamities and help themselves immediately when calamities strike says DSWD Secretary Judy Taguiwalo
The DSWD is calling on those who will donate to evacuation centers to post photos of their relief operations on Twitter and Facebook with the hashtag ReliefPH
DSWD provides guidelines on how Filipinos can help those who are displaced by heavy rains
At least 87 of Oriental Mindoro barangays are affected
Providing an alternative means of communication for survivors is just one of the reasons they ride
Help us crowdsource information on what s needed in typhoon Lando affected communities
More than 123 000 people displaced by military offensives against Moro rebels need your support
Volunteers at the DSWD national resource operation center work round the clock to help those affected by Ruby