How to help 'Maring' victims #reliefph

Here are some ways to extend a helping hand to those affected by tropical storm "Maring." Information may change without prior notice. It is advised that you get in touch directly with the organization to verify details of their relief operations.

REPORT AND STAY ALERT

RescuePH.com

If you know of people who need to be rescued, add them to RescuePH.com database. You may also tweet the name/s, exact location and flood situation and use the hashtag #rescuePH.  

Emergency Hotlines

From the Official Gazette (Gov.PH)

Compiled by ANC

DONATE AND/OR VOLUNTEER

Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD)

Volunteers are needed to re-pack relief goods. Pls go to National Resource Operations Center (NROC) NAIA Chapel Road, Pasay City. Call 851-2681 or 511-1259.

List of evacuation centers

 Philippine Red Cross

Call the Red Cross chapter nearest you to find out how you can help.

University of the Philippines

Relief Ops of UP Diliman at CHK gym. Immediate need of donations and volunteers.

Polytechnic University of the Philippines

The IPOD V (I am PUP Operation Damayan Volunteer), the official volunteer group of PUP Community Relations and Extension for Development Office, is now calling for donations and volunteers. You may reach the group through their contact number: 09169374280 or by going to South Wing, Room 308 at PUP Mabini Campus.

Enderun Colleges

Please send your food donations to Enderun Colleges, Mckinley Hill, Taguig City. The students will cook and prepare meal packs for distribution to evacuation centers.

UA&P

UA&P Relief Operations: You can drop off your donations at Escriva gate, Pearl Drive gate, or Prom A.

Muntinlupa City Hall

The Muntinlupa City Hall is calling for donations of relief goods and volunteers for rescue and relief operations.

Sagip Kapamilya

Drop off your donations in kind at the Sagip Kapamilya Headquarters at 13 Examiner St., West Triangle, Quezon City

Reedley International School

 Reedley International School is accepting donations at Josol Bldg, E. Rodriguez, Jr Ave.

Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila (PLM)

 PLM is accepting donations until August 24, Saturday.

Ateneo De Manila University

Send your donations to LS Covered Court until 8:00 p.m. on August 21.

Victory Center

Victory Santa Rosa accepting donations everyday until Sep1, 10am-7pm at Victory Center,Laguna Bel Air2,Santa Rosa. Victory Ortigas is accepting donations in the form of instant noodles, canned goods, bread, bottled water, coffee, mats & blankets.

DONATE IN KIND

LBC

Drop off your donations at LBC branches. They will be turned over to Red Cross.

Air21

Air21 accepts donations in all Mail and More branches nationwide and will distribute to areas affected by the flood.

 

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Filipinos maneuver along a flooded street in La Pinas City, south of Manila, Philippines, 19 August 2013. The Philippines weather bureau continues to track tropical storm Trami which has been estimated at 550 kilometers east of Batanes province in the northern Philippines with maximum winds of 75 kilometers per hour. Metro Manila experienced flashfloods from heavy rains due to a southwest monsoon being enhanced by Trami local media reports stated. EPA/FRANCIS R. MALASIG less 
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McDonald's

Help victims of #MaringPH by donating goods in kind to any McDo store located in MM starting today until Aug 25

Sanctuario de San Antonio

Sanctuario de San Antonio in McKinley Road, Makati is accepting donations


DONATE IN CASH

DSWD

DSWD Peso Current Account: # 3122-1011-84, Landbank of the Philippines Batasan, Quezon City
DSWD US Dollar Savings Account Foreign Donation # 3124-0055-81 Swift Code TLBPPHMMXXX. Landbank of the Philippines, Batasan

Gawad Kalinga

Gawad Kalinga is asking for cash pledges to buy relief goods for the villages affected in Taguig.

#GilasPilipinasMaringFund

Deposit to Alagang Kapatid Foundation, Inc - BDO Acct# 00-5310-41016-4 or BPI Acct# 1443-0533-32. Just deposit w the note #GilasPilipinasMaringFund.

Philippine Red Cross

There are many ways to send your cash donations. You may also send them via SMS. Text RED AMOUNT to 2899 (Globe) or 4143 (Smart)

GMA Network's Telethon

Operating hours: August 20 4pm-11:30pm, Telethon number 9811950; August 21, 6 AM - 11:30 P.M.

Ayala Foundation

Make a donation to Laging Handa.

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