HELP 'YOLANDA' VICTIMS

[caption id="attachment_43278" align="alignright" width="300"]Manila Bulletin, Yolanda, super typhoon A boy who was wounded by flying debris due to Super Typhoon Haiyan stays at the ruins of his family's house in Tacloban city November 10, 2013. Haiyan, one of the most powerful storms ever recorded was believe to have killed at least 10,000 people in central Philippines province of Leyte, a senior police official said on Sunday, with coastal towns and the regional capital devastated by huge waves. Super typhoon Haiyan destroyed about 70 to 80 percent of the area in its path as it tore through the province on Friday, said chief superintendent Elmer Soria, a regional police director. REUTERS/Erik De Castro[/caption]

List of businesses accepting donations for ‘Yolanda’ victims

Want to help? Here's a list of organizations and businesses that accept donations on behalf of the victims of super typhoon 'Yolanda'.

Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD)

Location: NAIA Chapel Road, Pasay City (at the back of CAAP)

DSWD accepts cash deposits through their Landbank of the Philippines account

The account numbers: Current-3122-1011-84 Savings-3124-0055-81

If you wish to volunteer in repacking relief goods you may call 8512681 for schedule.

The Philippine Red Cross

You may donate through SMS by texting RED and send it to 2899 for Globe and 4143 for Smart. You can donate the following denominations: Globe: 5, 25, 100, 300, 500 or 1000 and for Smart: 10, 25, 50, 100, 300, 500 or 1000

For cash deposits:

Banco De Oro

Peso: 00-453-0018647

Dollar: 10-453-0039482

Swift Code: BNORPHMM

Metrobank

Peso: 151-3-041631228

Dollar: 151-2-15100218-2

Swift Code: MBTCPHMM

Philippine National Bank

Peso: 3752 8350 0034

Dollar: 3752 8350 0042

Swift Code: PNBMPHMM

Unionbank of the Philippines

Peso: 1015 4000 0201

Dollar: 1315 4000 0090

Swift code: UBPHPHMM

For in-kind donation you may send it to Philippine Red Cross - National Headquarters in Manila. You may also contact them to arrange donation pick-up.

World Food Programme Philippines

They accept donations via credit card or Pay Pal.

Operation Walang Iwanan - Gawad Kalinga

They accept cash donations only at their Philippine Peso Current Account number-3101 0977 56 BPI EDSA Greenhills and US$ Savings Account number-3104 0162 34

* BPI EDSA Greenhills. Their swift code is BOPIPHMM

Caritas Filipinas Foundation is accepting donations online. You may visit their website at http://ushare.unionbankph.com/caritasfilipinas/

Ayala Foundation also accepts donations online. You may visit http://victoryplatform.everynation.org.ph/victorygiveviacreditcard/giveviacreditcard.aspx or http://victoryplatform.everynation.org.ph/giveviabpi/giveviabpi.aspx

Victory also accepts in-kind and cash donations. They suggest that the items that should be prioritized are instant noodles, canned goods, bottled water, biscuits, coffee, mats and blankets.

* For cash donations they have Bank of the Philippine Islands. The name of the account is Victory Christian Fellowship. The account number for savings is 0063-3205-52. If the address is needed address it to the Fort Serendra Branch, Ground Floor, Serendra, BGC, Taguig City, Philippines. The Swift code is BOPIPHMM.

Cebu Provincial Government also calls for volunteers to repack relief goods for Northern Cebu, Leyte and Bohol victims. For those who are interested you may contact Evelyn Senajon at PSWDO, Ground Floor Executive Bldg., Cebu Provincial Capitol at 254-7198 and 254-8397.

For students who wish to donate yet they do not have time to travel due to their busy schedule, some schools are accepting donations. These are the following:

University of the Philippines System

UP Office of the Student Regent are accepting donations in cash or kind.

Their drop off pointis Vinzon's Hall, UP Diliman, Quezon City. You may contact Alex Castro at 0917-8725396 or tweet him at @uscupdiliman, Eds 0927384-1392 and Zie 0916796-5740.

Ateneo De Manila Disaster Response and Management Team

Ateneo is accepting cash donations. You may visit their website for donations.

St. Scholastica's College also accepts donations in any form. You send your donation at 2560 Leon Guinto St. Manila. You may also deposit at BDO account number 4580-000-210 and name it after St. Scholastica's College Manila.

De La Salle College of St. Benilde

They will conduct a "Yakap Mo Yakap Ko Benefit Concert."The entrance fee is P300. They will accept donations during the event on November 22 at 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.

Mapua Institute of Technology accepts relief goods. You may send it at 333 333 Gil Puyat Avenue Makati City.

Some restaurants are also donating for the victims of Yolanda for every food purchase.

Zark's Burger which is located at Taft near De La Salle University is donating P20 for every order of their Jawbreaker burger.

Yabu: House of Katsu will hold a "Dine for A Cause" event on November 13. All 100 percent of their profit will be donated to the affected families in the recent calamity.

Fast food chain Mc Donald's is also accepting donations in all Manila branches until November 15.

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