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How can you help Typhoon Ondoy & Typhoon Pepeng victims

Our heartfelt  appeal for your help!  We can make a difference now by sharing a little percentage of our blessings to the victims of Typhoon Ondoy & Typhoon Pepeng.  Your Donation can make an immediate impact  in the lives of people coping with natural calamities. You may also donate the following:

  • Medicines
  • Toiletries
  • Canned foods, noodles, breads, mineral water
  • Unused old clothes, blankets
  • THROUGH>>>THE PHILIPPINE NATIONAL RED CROSS

    Monetary Donations

    1.  CASH or CHECK
    Please send cash or check donations to the PNRC National Headquarters in Manila. Checks should be made payable to The Philippine National Red Cross.  We can also arrange for donation pick-up.

    2.  BANK DEPOSIT
    Account Name:  The Phil. Nat’l. Red Cross

    METROBANK
    Port Area Branch
    Peso Acct.: 151-3-041-63122-8
    Dollar Acct.: 151-2-151-00218-2
    Type of Acct. : SAVINGS
    Swift Code: MBTC PH MM

    BANK OF THE PHIL. ISLANDS

    Port Area Branch
    Peso Acct.:  4991-0010-99
    Type of Account: CURRENT

    BANK OF THE PHIL. ISLANDS
    UN Branch
    Dollar Acct.: 8114-0030-94
    Type of Account: SAVINGS
    Swift Code:  BOPI PH MM

    For your donations to be properly acknowledged, please fax the bank transaction slip at nos. +63.2.527.0575 or +63.2.404.0979 with your name, address and contact number.

    Credit Card

    Please fax the following info to +632.404.09.79 and +632.527.0575:

    Name of card member, billing address, contact nos. (phone & mobile), credit card no., expiration date, CCV2/ CVC2 (last three digits at the back of the credit card), billing address, amount to be donated.

    For online donations you may also visit our website at http://www.redcross.org.ph  .

    In-Kind Donations

    LOCAL
    Please send in-kind local donations to The Philippine National Red Cross – National Headquarters in Manila.  We could also arrange for donation pick-up.

    INTERNATIONAL

    1. Send a letter of intent to donate to the PNRC
    2. A letter of acceptance from PNRC shall be sent back to the donor
    3. Immediately after shipping the goods, please send the (a) original Deed of Donation, (b) copy of packing list and (c) original Airway Bill for air shipments or Bill of Lading for sea shipments to The Philippine National Red Cross–National Headquarters c/o Secretary General Gwendolyn Pang, Bonifacio Drive, Port Area, Manila 2803, Philippines.

    The PNRC does not accept rotten, damaged, expired or decayed goods.  Though we appreciate your generosity, the PNRC also discourages donations of old clothes as we have more than enough to go around.

    SMS and G-CASH (Globe)

    SMS
    text RED<space>AMOUNT to 2899 (Globe) or 4483 (Smart)

    G-CASH
    text DONATE<space>AMOUNT<space>4-digit M-PIN<space>REDCROSS to 2882

    Most urgent needs

    Food items: Rice, noodles, canned goods, sugar, iodized salt, cooking oil, monggo beans and potable water

    Medicines: Paracetamol, antibiotics, analgesic, oral rehydration salts, multivitamins and medications to treat diarrheal diseases

    Non-food items: Bath soaps, face towels, shampoo, toothbrush, toothpaste, plastic mats, blankets, mosquito nets, jerry cans, water containers, water purification tablets, plastic sheetings, and Laundry soap

    Rehabilitation Programs: Shelter materials for house repair

    Call Hotline 143 or 527.0000

    THE PHILIPPINE NATIONAL RED CROSS
    NATIONAL HEADQUARTERS
    Bonifacio Drive, Port Area,
    Manila 2803, Philippines

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    How to help

    Ways to donate to the Philippine National Red Cross via the PNRC web site

    DSWD donations drop-off points

    1. National Resource Operations Center, Chapel Road, Pasay City
    Contact: Mrs. Francon Favian

    2. Quezon City Area Disaster Resource Operations Monitoring and Info Center (DROMIC) DSWD Central Office
    Contact Rey Martija or Imee Rose Castillo, Tel Nos. 951-7119, 951-2435 or Assistant Secretary Vilma Cabrera Tel No. 0918-934-5625

    3. Manila Area (DSWD-NCR)
    San Rafael corner Legarda Streets, Quiapo, Manila
    Contact: Dir. Thelsa P. Biolna, Dir. Delia Bauan Tel Nos. 734-8622, 734-8642

    Manuel L. Quezon’s blog: How to help (original on Quezon.ph | Tumblr.com mirror link)

    Google Docs: Rescue InfoHub Central | List of Places where to donate (check out one nearest your area, or add a donation center that is not on the list)

    Another list of where to donate goods via Bury Me In This Dress blog

    Google Maps: Ondoy situation map for Metro Manila, by KaninLamig

    ABS-CBN HOTLINE
    416-36-41

    SAGIP KAPAMILYA
    413-2667 / 416-0387
    No 13 Examiner Street, Quezon City, Look for Ms Girlie Aragon

    Bank: Banco de Oro, Mother Ignacia branch
    Acct name: ABS-CBN Foundation Inc.
    Acct no.: 5630020111

    Routing code for international cash donations
    BNORPHMM ABS-CBN Branch

    ABS-CBN Foundation US Office Toll-Free 1-800-527-2820

    Negros Navigation

    from Mr. Edmund Gawchua, Manager

    Negros Navigation is now accepting the transfer of relief goods from Mindanao to Manila for free for aid to victims of Ondoy.

    Donations can be sent to Negros Navigation stations and offices nationwide.

    Reach ABS-CBN via these channels:

    Multiply: botomoipatrolmo.multiply.com

    Twitter: twitter.com/botopatrollers

    Facebook: Boto Mo, Ipatrol Mo official page | abs-cbnNEWS.com

    Email: ireport@abs-cbn.com

    SMS/MMS reports: IREPORT <name, location, message> to 2366

    Bayan Voice BMPM Voice SMS: 411-BMPM (411-2676)

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    How can we help victims of Typhoon Ondoy

    (Flickr photo by rembcc)

    I’m sure this is the top question for so many of the Pinoy Answers community right now.  After Typhoon Ondoy raged across Luzon dumping a reported 34 cm of rain, equivalent to a month’s worth of rainfall, in just 6 hours, more than 200 have been reported dead and nearly 300,000 displaced from their homes.

    For a quick answer to this pressing question, here’s a list of some very important information for Filipinos everywhere to take part in the relief efforts for Typhoon Ondoy victims:

    From the National Disaster Coordinating Council – http://ndcc.gov.ph/home/

    TS Ondoy Donations

    TS Ondoy cash donations may be deposited to the NDCC Donated Funds current account (Philippine Currency-Peso) #0-00149-435-3 (with shift code: DBPHPHMM Account #36002016), Development Bank of the Philippines, Camp General Emilio Aguinaldo Branch, Camp Aguinaldo, QUezon City, Philippines.

    DONATION DROP OFF-POINTS

    Pasay Area

    National Resource Operation Center
    Chapel Road, Pasay City

    Mrs. Francia Fabian
    852 8081
    918 9302356

    Quezon City Area

    Disaster Resource Operations Monitoring and Info Center (DROMIC)
    DSWD Central Office

    Rey Martiga or Imee Rose Castillo
    951 7119 / 951 2435
    or Assistant Secretary Vilma Cabrera
    0918 9345625

    Manila Area

    DSWD- NCR
    San Rafael Corner Legarda St.
    Quiapo, Manila

    Dir. Thelsa P. Biolena
    Dir. Delia Bauan
    734 8622 / 734 8642

    Ever  Gotesco

    Distribution Point Center for Relief

    NDCC Relief Center

    Kalayaan Hall, Malacanang Ground
    Luli Arroyo and all female members of PGMA’s Family
    734 2192 / 734 8642

    MMD-DOH Central Office

    Engr. Dave Masiado
    0917 8163400

    NDCC Missing Person Hotline:

    Marikina: 0920-9389914
    QC: 0921-6555262
    Pasig: 0918-9356318
    Cainta: 0917-5606241

    From the Philippine National Red Cross – http://www.redcross.org.ph/

    1.  CASH or CHECK
    Please send cash or check donations to the PNRC National Headquarters in Manila. Checks should be made payable to The Philippine National Red Cross.  We can also arrange for donation pick-up.

    2.  BANK DEPOSIT
    Account Name:  The Phil. Nat’l. Red Cross

    PNRC PESO ACCOUNT

    ALLIED BANK
    Intramuros Branch
    PESO ACCOUNT :    1941-01347-1
    Type of Account :     CURRENT
    SWIFT CODE  : ABC MPH MM

    BANCO DE ORO
    Port Area Branch
    PESO ACCOUNT :    453-0018647
    Type of Account : SAVINGS
    SWIFT CODE  :    BNOR PH MM

    BANK OF PHILIPPINE ISLAND
    Port Area Branch
    PESO ACCOUNT :   4991-0010-99
    Type of Account :   CURRENT
    SWIFT CODE  : BOPI PH MM

    METRO BANK
    Anda Circle Port Area Branch
    PESO ACCOUNT : 151-3-04163122-8
    Type of Account : SAVINGS
    SWIFT CODE  : MBTC PH MM

    PHILIPPINE NATIONAL BANK
    Sta. Cruz Branch
    PESO ACCOUNT : 3623-3680-0011
    Type of Account : SAVINGS
    SWIFT CODE  : PNB MPH MM

    PNRC DOLLAR ACCOUNT

    BANCO DE ORO
    Port Area Branch
    DOLLAR ACCOUNT :    453-0039482
    Type of Account  : SAVINGS
    SWIFT CODE   :    BNOR PH MM

    BANK OF PHILIPPINE ISLAND
    United Nation Branch
    DOLLAR ACCOUNT :   8114-0030-94
    Type of Account  :   SAVINGS
    SWIFT CODE   : BOPI PH MM

    METRO BANK
    Anda Circle Port Area Branch
    DOLLAR ACCOUNT : 151-2-151002182
    Type of Account  : SAVINGS
    SWIFT CODE   : MBTC PH MM

    PHILIPPINE NATIONAL BANK
    Sta. Cruz Branch
    DOLLAR ACCOUNT : 375-283500026
    Type of Account  : SAVINGS
    SWIFT CODE   : PNB MPH MM

    UNION BANK OF THE PHILIPPINES
    Sta. Cruz Branch
    DOLLAR ACCOUNT : 132-070001012
    Type of Account  : SAVINGS
    SWIFT CODE   : UBPH PH MM

    PNRC OTHER ACCOUNT

    METRO BANK
    Binondo Branch
    EURO ACCOUNT  :    016-201650005-9
    Type of Account  : SAVINGS
    SWIFT CODE   :    MBTC PH MM

    METRO BANK
    Anda Circle Port Area Branch
    YEN ACCOUNT  :    151-2-15130001-9
    Type of Account  : SAVINGS
    SWIFT CODE   :    MBTC PH MM

    For your donations to be properly acknowledged, please fax the bank transaction slip at nos. +63.2.527.0575 or +63.2.404.0979 with your name, address and contact number.

    Credit Card

    Please fax the following info to +632.404.09.79 and +632.527.0575: Name of card member, billing address, contact nos. (phone & mobile), credit card no., expiration date, CCV2/ CVC2 (last three digits at the back of the credit card), billing address, amount to be donated.

    In-Kind Donations

    LOCAL
    Please send in-kind local donations to The Philippine National Red Cross – National Headquarters in Manila.  We could also arrange for donation pick-up.

    INTERNATIONAL
    1. Send a letter of intent to donate to the PNRC
    2. A letter of acceptance from PNRC shall be sent back to the donor
    3. Immediately after shipping the goods, please send the (a) original Deed of Donation, (b) copy of packing list and (c) original Airway Bill for air shipments or Bill of Lading for sea shipments to The Philippine National Red Cross–National Headquarters c/o Secretary General Gwendolyn Pang, Bonifacio Drive, Port Area, Manila 2803, Philippines.

    SMS and G-CASH (Globe)

    SMS
    text RED<space>AMOUNT  to 2899 (Globe) or 4483 (Smart)

    G-CASH
    text DONATE<space>AMOUNT<space>4-digit M-PIN<space>REDCROSS to 2882

    Most urgent needs:

    Food items: Rice, noodles, canned goods, sugar, iodized salt, cooking oil, monggo beans and potable water

    Medicines: Paracetamol, antibiotics, analgesic, oral rehydration salts, multivitamins and medications to treat diarrheal diseases

    Non-food items: Bath soaps, face towels, shampoo, toothbrush, toothpaste, plastic mats, blankets, mosquito nets, jerry cans, water containers, water purification tablets, plastic sheetings, and Laundry soap

    Rehabilitation Programs: Shelter materials for house repair

    For OFWs, here are some specific places where you can help:

    Ayala Foundation – for online donations (Visa, Mastercard, Diners, GCash, SmartMoney), go to https://www.myayala.com/ondoy/Default.asp

    TXTPower (Paypal, SmartMoney, GCash) – http://technology.inquirer.net/infotech/infotech/view/20090927-227196/Help-Ondoy-victims-via-Paypal

    American Red Cross – Tel: 1-800-435-7669

    World Food Programme

    SINGAPORE

    • Embassy of the Philippines in Singapore (20 Nassim Road, Singapore 258395). Donors are discouraged from sending used clothing, which is prohibited for importation into the Philippines under Republic Act No. 4653. Organizations wishing to donate are advised to refer to the Embassy’s guidelines for donations to the Philippines, which are available online at: http://www.philippine-embassy.org.sg/index.cfm?GPID=53. Further queries may be directed to Ms. Pearl Camento at php@pacific.net.sg, subject: “Typhoon Ondoy”.
    • A-Freight Cargo (304 Orchard Road, #03-19 Lucky Plaza, Singapore 238863). Donations/drop-offs accepted, contact Maureen Schepers 6235-1011.
    • i-Remit Singapore (304 Orchard Road, #03-69 Lucky Plaza, Singapore 238863). Will be waiving charges for donations to the Philippine Red Cross.
    • LBC Singapore (304 Orchard Road, #04-77 Lucky Plaza, Singapore 238863). Will waive remittance charges for donations made to the following organizations: ABS-CBN Foundation, GMA Foundation, Philippine National Red Cross, and the National Disaster Coordinating Center.
    • World Vision Singapore
    • Singapore Red Cross (15 Penang Lane, Singapore 238486). Walk-in cash donations accepted. Send cheques to the Singapore Red Cross Society and indicate your name and return address for receipt purposes.

    Now is certainly the time to use the power of social media to help our fellow Filipinos who have been badly affected by Typhoon Ondoy.  I recently posted the question “What can we do to help the victims of Typhoon Ondoy?” and if you have any relevant information or any creative idea that can be of help to victims of Ondoy, please take the time to share them.

    Our news editors also posted this question, “Do you think the RP government is doing enough to help with Typhoon Ondoy’s relief efforts? Yes or no, why?”.  According to National Disaster Coordinating Council’s Anthony Golez, the system and local government units are “overwhelmed,” and are not used to massive relief operations.  If you have personally witnessed this and you have seen how they can further improve their rescue operations, then please share your thoughts and opinions.

    Just check Yahoo! Philippines News for more updates about the relief efforts, for pics of Typhoon Ondoy’s aftermath, check out Flickr and this blog post for details on how you can help.  Thanks so much everyone!  I’m so proud to be Pinoy right now!  God bless!

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