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Re: Typhoon Ondoy: What did you guys do to help out those who are in need?
« Reply #40 on: October 02, 2009, 02:28:08 PM »
since wala ako sa pinas...

1.  I asked my mother to donate all my old clothes sa Sagip-Kapamilya, she donated a certain amount of money naman...

2.  sa office dito, I volunteered as a collector for monetary donations, medyo malaki kasi ang office namin kaya per floor ang assignment...

how I wish I could go back home kahit over the weekend lang... I really want to be one of the volunteers na nagrere-pack ng  mga goods...  :(

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« Reply #41 on: October 02, 2009, 03:07:09 PM »
Please post contact information and addresses of relief operations. Also include what type of help they need and what kinds of goods they're accepting.

Updates on which areas are in need of relief goods and volunteers and which already have enough are welcome.

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Re: How to Help
« Reply #42 on: October 02, 2009, 03:11:53 PM »
may schedule of relief operation ang corporate network for disaster response (CNDR) today sa taytay 1 pm; then sa sunday sa nangka, marikina; tuesday sa potrero malabon; october 8 sa bagumbayan taguig. sa saturday may repacking pa rin sa may baclaran redemptorist church para sa idedeliver sa sunday. kahit may bagyo tuloy pa rin please coordinate with me if you want to volunteer.
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« Reply #43 on: October 02, 2009, 03:51:46 PM »
From Tulong Villar Relief Assistance:

Friends! If you wish to volunteer for our relief efforts, kindly leave your contact details at 0927-6751981, 0917-4226800, or 0917-2414864. We will get back to you soonest. Thank you so much! Meanwhile, let’s all pray that our nation be spared from the effects of Typhoon Pepeng.

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Re: Typhoon Ondoy: What did you guys do to help out those who are in need?
« Reply #44 on: October 02, 2009, 03:55:32 PM »
ano ano pa kelangan aside from food & used clothing? all i can think of are:

1. medicines
2. blankets
3. towels
4. underwear & sanitary napkins
5. soap
6. first aid kit, especially band-aid & gauzes

what else? please help update for everyone's awareness.

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Re: Typhoon Ondoy: What did you guys do to help out those who are in need?
« Reply #45 on: October 02, 2009, 05:32:28 PM »
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Re: How to Help
« Reply #46 on: October 02, 2009, 06:46:32 PM »
some help hotlines.


1.
Health Alliance for Democracy (HEAD)
- Medical Mission
- contact: [email protected] or call/text 09204603712
- Needs medicines, food, clothes, tents, cash, etc...

2.
Tulong Para sa Pinoy
-Whitespace, Pasong Tamo extension, warehouse before DPC Building, near Christina Hope school and BMW
-needs medicines, food, clothes etc..

3.
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4.
heres two useful links with emergency contact numbers. would be helpful if this would be posted around too

http://www.quezon.ph/2009/09/26/how-to-help/

http://conradmiguel.com/bagyong-ondoy-a ... photos-etc

5.
Kung malapit lang kayo dito, pwede niyo na lang po iiwan sa lugar na ito. We really need as much help and donations as possible. If you have any spare/free time, and would like to help in our efforts to help at least 2000 students with their families stuck in the campus, please do drop by. :)

Ateneo De Manila University drop-off points for donations:
- MVP Building
- Loyola Schools Covered Courts

*What is in need the most as of now are the following:
1. Paracetamol
2. Canned Goods
3. Biscuits
4. Instant Noodles
5. Bread
6. WATER

Also:

Clothes, towels, and such dry goods.

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Re: Typhoon Ondoy: What did you guys do to help out those who are in need?
« Reply #47 on: October 02, 2009, 09:15:06 PM »
Nakapagbigay na ako sa fans club ni Robi ng cash then kanina lang I decided to buy the douche bag at Fitness First since tinitinda nila yun para sa donation ng Ondoy mismo. So mga 100% o yung pinambili mo mapupunta lang talaga sa donation.

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« Reply #48 on: October 02, 2009, 11:06:44 PM »
binigay ko mga pinagkaliitan ni baby na mga clothes..kesa ipang ukay ukay donate ko nalang..pati mga iba pang clothes ko na maayos pa..mga food and other things din like toiletries..ang nakalimutan ko nga Milk ng baby saka diaper.
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Re: Typhoon Ondoy: What did you guys do to help out those who are in need?
« Reply #49 on: October 02, 2009, 11:35:18 PM »
Gusto ko maging part ng medical team. Sayang ang pagiging nurse kung hindi ipantutulong sa nangangailangan  ;)
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« Reply #50 on: October 03, 2009, 02:21:13 AM »
Brgy Sta Lucia in Novaliches, Quezon City needs food, medicine, etc...

http://www.gameops.net/2009/10/gameops-donation-drive-for-barangay-sta.html

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Re: Typhoon Ondoy: What did you guys do to help out those who are in need?
« Reply #51 on: October 03, 2009, 10:40:01 AM »
hindi ako makapag volunteer kaya nag donate na lang ako ng mga damit namin ng anak ko. mas madami yung damit ng anak ko kasi puro mga pang baby yun. may mga feeding bottles plus accessories na hindi pa talaga nagamit. dinonate ko na para makatulong kesa masayang kasi naka stock lang
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« Reply #52 on: October 03, 2009, 06:37:40 PM »
from an officemate:

"Ping Medina and Barangay Soup Kitchen need HUGE POTS. The bigger the better. Industrial, military, pang pares, pang soup, pang goto pots.. If you know the owners of Goto King, please call them now. Contact Ping at 2112357."

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Re: How to Help
« Reply #53 on: October 03, 2009, 08:12:07 PM »
is it true that 7-11, Starbucks and Coffee Bean are all accepting donations for the flood victims?

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« Reply #54 on: October 03, 2009, 09:33:25 PM »
Listed below are the names of business and commercial establishments,schools & universities, religious organizations, NGOs, government organizations, civil movements and even private citizens where donations in cash or in kind may be dropped off.


Businesses/ Commercial Establishments

1. 7-11 stores
2. Alabang Town Center drop off goods at the concierge. For inquiries, please call (+632-8422782 or +632-7721860).
3. Aranaz Stores in Rockwell & Greenbelt is accepting donations of any kind for Payatas communities affected by Ondoy
4. Binalot at Greenbelt 1, call Tetchie Bundalian at (+632922-8573277)
5. Brainbeam Events, Inc. 2/F MB Aguirre Cornerhs Bldg,15 Pres Ave cor Elizalde Sts, BF Homes Paranaque across the old Caltex in BF. Will accept relief goods.
6. The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf will be accepting canned goods, water, clothes, blankets, towels, medicine, and emergency supplies (no cash) in all our branches on behalf of the victims of Typhoon Ondoy starting today until Friday. Your generosity wi…ll be much appreciated during this difficult time for our brothersand sisters in need.
7. Fantastik Manila – send donations to 5729 Calasanz St. Barangay Olympia Makati City Telephone Numbers +632-7290530 or +632-5017405
8. Jollibee branches in Metro Manila – drop off point
9. Luca stores (Rockwell, Shang-rila, Eastwood, or GA towers): Send your old clothes & donations (no cash pls).
10. Manor Superclub, Eastwood City will accept goods and other emergency items starting Sunday at 10 am.
11. Ministop IBARRA (Espana cor. Blumentritt, Sampaloc Manila) is also accepting relief goods, Food (non-perishable goods only) Clothing, Medicines, Beds, Pillows, Blankets, Emergency Supplies to help Typhoon Ondoy victims.
12. Moonshine boutique in Rockwell also accepting relief good to help Ondoy victims in Marikina and Cainta.
13. Myron’s Greenbelt will accept relief goods
14. Papemelroti stores in 91 Roces Ave. / Ali Mall Cubao / SM City North EDSA / SM Fairview / SM Megamall / Glorietta 3 in Makati / SM Centerpoint / SM Southmall are accepting relief goods (canned goods / milk / bottled water / clothes – NO CASH pls.)
15. Philippine Daily Inquirer – 1098 Chino Roces Ave. corner Mascardo and Yague Streets, Makati City and to any of its classified ads branches, and to any McDonald’s branch within Metro Manila. Donations in kind, such as instant noodles, canned goods, formula milk, blankets and clothes, are urgently needed. Call (+632-8978808 loc. 260) and look for Megi Garcia
16. PowerPlant Mall accepting donations for ABS-CBN foundation. Dropoff at admin office, P1 level.
17. Red Kimono restaurants – has branches in Pasig, Pampanga, Quezon City and Taguig City. Will accept canned goods, bottled water, clothing for all ages, basic household items.
18. R.O.X. – Recreational Outdoor eXchange is accepting donation for relief good for Typhoon Ondoy victims. You can bring it in the store located in B1 building Bonifacio High St., Tel. No. (+632-8564638/39)
19. Shell gas stations – drop off point
20. Smart Wireless Centers – SM Fairview, SM North EDSA, Gateway Mall Cubao, AliMall Cubao, SM Megamall, SM Muntinlupa, SM Bicutan, SM Sucat, Festival Mall Alabang, Alabang Town Center and SM Southmall. Will accept cash or goods.
21. Team Manila stores in Trinoma, Mall of Asia, Jupiter Bel-Air and Rockwell shall be accepting relief goods (Canned Goods, Ready-to-drink Milk,Bottled Water and Clothes) for distribution by Veritas.
22. Total gas stations- drop off point
23. Unimart will receive all cash and in-kind donations to be transferred to LSGH Gate 2.
24. Vivere Suites 5102 Ridgeway Avenue, [textspeak!]-Invest Corporate City, Alabang, Muntinlupa City. Contact (+632-7717777) for inquiries or drop off at concierge area. Will accept relief goods.
25. Whitespace 2314 Chino Roces Ave Ext as a Makati drop-off for relief goods.
Government/ Civil Society/ Movements



1. Victory Fort is opening its doors to those affected by the typhoon. Call 813-FORT.
2. ABS-CBN through Banco de Oro account number 56300-20111 account name: ABS-CBN Foundation Incorporation
3. Akbayan’s taking donations, call 433-69-33/433-68-31 to donate or volunteer.
4. Brgy. San Antonio Bgy Hall near Paranaque City Hall (Sta. Lucia St. corner San Pablo St., San Antonio Valley 1, Paranaque. Drop off point.
5. Citizens Disaster Response Center (CDRC): Relief goods for typhoon victims being accepted at 72-A Times St., West Triangle, QC. Tel (+632-9299820/22)
6. Department of Social Welfare and Development donation drop off points: National Resource Operations Center, Chapel Road, Pasay City (Contact: Mrs. Francon Favian) / Quezon City Area Disaster Resource Operations Monitoring and Info Center (DROMIC). Contact Rey Martija or Imee Rose Castillo, Tel Nos. (+632-9517119, +632-9512435) or Assistant Secretary Vilma Cabrera Tel No. (+632918-9345625) / San Rafael corner Legarda Streets, Quiapo, Manila (Contact: Dir. Thelsa P. Biolna, Dir. Delia Bauan Tel Nos. (+632-7348622, +632-7348642)
7. Kabataan Partylist Drop off donations or volunteer at 118-B Sct. Rallos QC. (+632926-6677163) or [email protected]
8. Sen. Kiko Pangilinan is accepting donations @ AGS Bldg Annex, 446 EDSA Guadalupe Viejo. Contact Vina Vargas at (+632917-8081247)
9. Luzon Relief: Donations can be brought to RENAISSANCE FITNESS CENTER, 2nd Floor, Bramante Building, Renaissance Towers Ortigas, Meralco Avenue, Pasig City starting MONDAY (Sept.28) / 9am – 7pm Contact Person: Warren Habaluyas (+632929-8713488) or email at [email protected]
10. Marika Bouncers Coop – 95 Malaya St., Malanday, Marikina : will accept donations starting Sept. 28 at 10 AM
11. Miriam Quiambao drop off point: One Orchard Road Building in Eastwood, or message http://www.twitter.com/miriamq for more details.
12. Move for Chiz is asking for volunteers and donations at Bay Park Tent, along Roxas Blvd., beside Max Restaurant and Diamond Hotel in Manila, or at Gilas Minipark at Unang Hakbang St., Gilas Q.C.
13. NoyMar relief Operations: Clare Amador (+639285205508) or Jana Vicente at +639285205499). Drop off for relief donations is at Balay Expo Center across Farmers Market Cubao.
14. Operation Rainbow (Zac Faelnar Camara) at Ayala Alabang Village needs Canned Goods, Ready-To-Eat Food, Bottled Water, Ready-To-Drink Milk/ Juice, Clothing, Blankets, contact (+632-4687991)
15. Philippine Army Gym inside Fort Bonifacio or GHQ Gym in Camp Aguinaldo are now distributing donations for Ondoy Victims.
16. Philippine National Red Cross‘ different ways to Donate.
17. Red Cross Load Donations: Right now the easiest way to make donations from the seat of your chair is via mobile phone load. The Red Cross Rescue and Relief Operations. Text: RED AMOUNT to 2899 (Globe) or 4483 (Smart)
18. Relief Efforts for Pasig at Valle Verde 1 Village Park, contact (+632916-4945000, +632917-5273616)
19. Relief Operations Center at AGS Annex, #446 EDSA Guadalupe Viejo after PET Tower contact Ares at (+632917-8554935) or Rachel at (+632918-9241636)
20. Sagip Kapamilya hotlines (+632-4132667, +632-4160387) #13 Examiner St. West Triangle, QC. and Scout Mayoran, cor. Morato, near Alex III.
21. Tulong Bayan hotlines for donations and volunteers are (+632908-6579998) Marilyn, (+632939-3633436) Jenn (+632-9137122, +632-9136254 & +632-9133306).
22. [textspeak!] now accepts donations via SmartMoney 5577514418667103, GCash 09179751092 and Paypal http://is.gd/3GvuN
23. World Vision partners with Phil Coast Guard and kind individuals for relief distribution to 3k families. Call (+632-3747618 local 242) or text (+632917-8623209) to help.
24. Worldvision Foundation is also accepting donations/volunteers to pack relief goods in QC. FOR PESO DONATIONS: BPI SA #4251-0024-15 Matalino cor. Malakas St., Diliman QC OR BDO SA #2700-4341-1. FOR USD DONATIONS: #4254-0050-08. Please fax the deposit slip to +632374660 or call Donor Care Services +632327777. Meanwhile, you may call PAM at +639178623209.
Religious/ Schools & Universities




1. Assumption College San Lorenzo is now accepting donations. Please drop them off at the AC guardhouse.
2. Ateneo de Manila University is now accepting donations for the victims of Ondoy. Donations can be dropped at MVP Lobby. For those stranded/those who need help: To all students who need help or know of people who need help. Please text the name, location, and contact number to (+6329088877166). ATENEO, which is now an open shelter, accepts refugees. Call (+632917-8952792)
3. Ateneo Law School – Rockwell. Looking for donations and volunteers. 20 Rockwell Drive, Rockwell Center, Makati City. Call (+632-8997691 to 96)
4. Caritas Manila Office at Jesus St., Pandacan Manila near Nagtahan Bridge (+632-5639298, +632-5639308)
5. CCF Ortigas St Francis Mall Room 402
6. CFC Center Ortigas is now open for donations in cash or kind. Call (+632-7270682 to 87) or text (+632922-2542819)
7. De La Salle University-Manila – The Sagip Metro relief operation will start to accept donation for Ondoy victims starting Monday @ 8:30 am. Please bring goods to the South Gate of DLSU-Manila.
8. De La Salle Zobel will be accepting donations tomorrow at Gym 5 (Near Gate 7 in Molave St.)
9. DLSU Medical Center will accept canned goods, blankets, clothes, water. Location is at Congressional Avenue, Dasmarinas, Cavite. Telephone lines are at (+632-8447832) and (+6346-4164531)
10. Hillsborough Village Chapel – Water, blankets, shoes, and clothes may be sent to Hillsborough Village Chapel in Muntinlupa City. These will go to families whose houses were washed out in the nearby sitios.
11. La Salle Greenhills for Greenhills/Mandaluyong/San Juan Area, if you want to help out with the rescue and relief operations, you can drop off your donations (clothes, food, etc..) at LSGH Gate 2 or volunteer from 9am to receive, sort, repack the donations.
12. Our Lady of Pentecost Parish (+632-4342397, +632-9290665) per Gabe Mercado, donations are very much welcome. The Parish is located at 12 F. Dela Rosa corner C. Salvador Sts., Loyola Heights, Quezon City.
13. Peace Retreat Movement – leave all donations at the Peace Retreat Movement (PRM) office, 2F, Rm. 72L, Christ the King (HS) Bldg. on Wednesday, Sept 30, 12noon
14. Playschool International in Better Living is open to receive relief goods. Feel free to drop it there for your convenience. No Cash Pls.
15. Radio Veritas at Veritas Tower West Ave. Cor EDSA (+632-9257931-40)
16. San Beda College of Arts and Sciences Student Council – accepting clothes, meds, water, canned goods, soap, money, etc.
17. Santuario de San Antonio Parish – McKinley Road, Forbes Park. Accepting all kinds of relief goods. Contact JJ Yulo or Mike Yuson
18. Simbahang Lingkod ng Bayan Task Force Noah, a disaster response arm of the Jesuits, is accepting donations. Please drop it off sa Ateneo Cervini Dorm.
19. Southville International School and Colleges – will only accept goods. (+632915-5385113, +632915-4151319)
20. St. James Church Multi-Purpose Hall – Drop off point
21. St. Pedro Poveda College is now accepting relief goods. call the Social Action Center (+632-6318756 loc. 121)
22. UA&P Please contact Dae Lee [SEB EVP] at (+632917-8323533) needs donations and volunteers.
23. UP Sigma Alpha [textspeak!] Sorority MANILA – collecting food, water and toiletries. You may drop them off at unit 12-O One Adriatico Place, Ermita Manila or contact (+632917-8857188, +632917-6659948).
24. UP College of Arts and Letters (CAL) is accepting goods and cash. Donation center at CAL/text (+632929-6454102).
25. UP Diliman USC is collecting food, clothing and/or cash. Contact TITUS (+632917-8001909), JOSE (+632927-3056607) and TIN (+632915-4906106)
26. UP’s OVCCA accepting donations of relief goods starting tomorrow. Please help by disseminating this info. Contact (+632-9282947).
27. Katipunan Avenue. Contact Erica Paredes at (+632917-4741930) — they need bread, packed juice, sandwich filling (tuna, chicken, anything) You can help her make them, deliver the sandwiches to her house, or help her distribute! Call for more details.
28. Valle Verde Mansions – 135 CAPT. HENRY JAVIER ST. BRGY. ORANBO, PASIG. This is near ULTRA for relief drop-off
29. Xavier School in San Juan is now accepting donations, please bring to Multipurpose Center (MPC).
Private Citizens

1. MAKATI: 5729 Calasanz St., Olympia Makati City or call for pick up at (+632-5017405 or +632-7290530) c/o Omel Santos
2. SOUTH: Accepting relief goods in SOUTH AREA. Please contact Anne at (+632915-2854240)
3. Karen Ang of Pasig 3 Kagandahan corner Kabutihan Streets, Kawilihan Village, Pasig (+632920-9520900) will forward donated relief goods to Red Cross
4. Colleen Manabat (Heartrio Prints) of Angeles City will accept bottled water, canned goods, blankets, clothes, medicines from 9 AM to 6PM. Address is Stall 2 MGY Building, 2444 Sto. Entierro St, Sto. Cristo, Angeles City. She will forward the donations to Sagip Kapamilya – ABS-CBN Foundation.
5. Joseph Castillo of Cebu – will send a 20 ft. container to Manila and is looking for donations from Cebuanos. Get in touch with him through (+639082368999 or +63932-2117111)
6. Bianca – will pick up donations from Greenhills/San Juan area. Donate food, medicine, or clothing. Call (+632-4123861, +632927-8436002)
7. Kelly & Jodge – Colonade Residences, Legaspi St. corner C. Palanca, Makati City. Will accept relief goods.
8. Omel Santos – 5729 Calasanz St., Olympia Makati City. Call (+632-5017405 or +632-7290530). Drop off point for donations. Also willing to pick up.
9. RJ Ledesma and friends – call us at (+63917-8131601) for pick-up of donations. Only relief goods.
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Re: Typhoon Ondoy: What did you guys do to help out those who are in need?
« Reply #55 on: October 04, 2009, 03:02:34 AM »
donated to PNRC and gave in kind doantions to Radyo Veritas

sana nga I can do this evrytime may calamity e.
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Re: Typhoon Ondoy: What did you guys do to help out those who are in need?
« Reply #56 on: October 04, 2009, 05:42:35 AM »
Donated via text to PNRC.
Donated my old clothes and shirts through our company's relief operation.
Donated X amount of money to the victims.
Donated groceries.

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Re: Typhoon Ondoy: What did you guys do to help out those who are in need?
« Reply #57 on: October 04, 2009, 10:10:51 AM »
Kailangan pa bang i-announce?  ???

In any case, am praying na sana yung dapat makaabot sa victims eh umabot sa totoong victims at sa mga totoong nangangailangan. 

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Re: Typhoon Ondoy: What did you guys do to help out those who are in need?
« Reply #58 on: October 05, 2009, 08:14:14 AM »
^ok lang yun, lurker lang ako sa posts dito pero nakakatuwang malaman na marami Gtalkers ang willing magreach-out  sa mga nasalanta.  nakakaencourage pa nga. tutal puro nick lang naman ang gamit dito, di naman tayo magkakakilala, so i guess wala namang intensyon na magyabang , ang mahalaga nakatulong.

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« Reply #59 on: October 07, 2009, 12:30:41 AM »
Since wala pa akong trabaho (fresh grad at nurse pa), nagvolunteer muna ko sa school namin. I donated some clothes and medicines. Tapos nagpack din ako ng relief goods sa school at namahagi din. [textspeak!] barangay na pinuntahan namin, hanggang hita pa din ang baha at ang likod nun ay Laguna lake. Mga til December pa daw bago magsubside 'yung tubig. I feel sorry for them, their Christmas will not be as happy.
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