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Here’s Where You Can Donate to Help the Victims of Typhoon Rolly Typhoon Siony and Typhoon Ulysses

Posted by mycentsofwealth

In the wake of the 4 strong typhoons that hit the Philippines (one just about to leave but still tailing heavy rains), people are left homeless and hungry. It is our duty and responsibility to HELP those who are in need in any way we can. In any amount we can. And so, I have compiled a list of organizations below that are organizing donations drives, feeding the hungry with hot meals, and packing relief goods for those affected by the typhoons. I have also created a story highlight on my Instagram account @mycentsofwealth with the same list of organizations along with where and how to donate. Feel free to comment down below if you know more organizations. ⁠

Pagasa.ph @pagasa.ph⁠
For Our Farmers @forourfarmers⁠
For the Future PH @forthefutureph⁠
Rise Against Hunger @riseagainsthunger.ph⁠
IskoOps by UP Diliman Student Council⁠
ABS CBN Foundation @abscbnfoundation⁠
Caritas Manila @officialcaritasmanila⁠
Kaya Natin! Movement @kayanatinph⁠
Anakbayan PH @anakbayanphils⁠
Tagani PH @taganiph⁠
Kids for Kids @kidsforkidsph⁠
Pawssion Project @pawssionproject
Aksyon ng Kabataan Organization @ako.orgph⁠
Bayanihan FB: Bayanihan Team⁠
Inquirer Foundation @inquirerdotnet

Philippine Red Cross @phredcross

 

Here’s a backstory that nobody asked for 😂 Several years ago my family and I were a victim of a super strong typhoon. I won’t name which one. I lost my home. Our whole house has been wiped up and useless. I lost the material things attached to all my childhood memories. There was nothing that we could save. I lost all my childhood books. Lost all the photo albums that my mother carefully curated. I now could never replace my framed article that was published in the Philippine Daily Inquirer. I feel like I don’t have proof of my childhood sometimes. For the most part of my mid-20s, I spent all my money rebuilding our house. I know what it feels like to be them and if there’s more I can give, I would. I just hope and pray that the little amount I gave could help the victims. I know it’s the government’s responsibility to help the victims but if you have the power to help, then help. You have nothing to lose.

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2 thoughts on “Here’s Where You Can Donate to Help the Victims of Typhoon Rolly Typhoon Siony and Typhoon Ulysses

  1. Nat

    I’m glad you were able to recover. I can’t imagine losing everything like that…I know I’ll have family to fall back on, but still. Just the thought of it is terrifying.

    Would just like to add to the list: Philippine Red Cross @phredcross

    1. mycentsofwealth

      It was hard to accept at first because I keep thinking “Madami na sana akong nabili na gamit neto” for the rebuilding of our house but oh well. Thanks, Nat! I will add Red Cross to the post.

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