Tuesday, November 12, 2013

#LUVisayas: How to help the victims of Typhoon Yolanda




I'll keep this short. Please read: URGENT! 

Our kababayans in many parts of Visayas are in desperate need of our help, and in response to this grave extraordinary situation, my friends from BookSail and I are collecting donations of  food and supplies. 

Since children and women are the most vulnerable in situations like this, we would like to prioritize their needs. 


Children's special needs
clothes
 diapers
biscuits (not too sweet)
vitamin C (generics also accepted)

Women's special needs 
clothes
napkin
disposable panties
soap
vitamin C

Food: 
Rice
canned goods
noodles
bottles water

Supplies:
clothes
blanket
towels

Hygiene kits:
shampoo
soap
toothpaste 
toothbrush

For cash donations, please forward the money to Philippine Red Cross. Once deposited, please let me know so I can document and acknowledge your donation here in my blog. Thanks!


A boy survived the wrath of Yolanda in Tacloban, Leyte. Photo credit: www.ibtimes.co.uk


How to help:

Please contact us so we can arrange meet ups to collect your donations:

Che Gurrobat (Pasig) 0917-745-4538
Eph Aguilar (Quezon City) 0929-785-9633
Jha Bobis (Makati/Muntinlupa) 0919-982-7908


All donations that will be gathered from this relief effort will be forwarded on Sunday, November 17, to GMA Kapuso Foundation for distribution to the affected areas. 

How to Support:

Follow our Facebook page #LUVisayas, and your post UNSELFISH SELFIE with the sign #LUVisayas which will be our statement of love and support for everyone affected by this massive devastation. 


They need us now, not tomorrow, now. Please help!



Thank you very much,

Che Gurrobat
blogger l www.backpackingpilipinas.com


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UPDATES: 

Donations thru #LUVisayas as of today, November 20, 2013.

2 bags of used clothes 
1 box of groceries
1 box of groceries 
1 big package of clothes 
2 medium-sized boxes of mineral water 
1 big box of canned goods 
2 boxes of zesto packs 
cash donation sent to Philippine RED CROSS 
15 boxes mineral water (600 pcs)
20 boxes Zesto (200pcs)
10 packs Nissin Wafer (100pcs)
1 shopping bag of toiletries
4 bags of used clothes, blanket and towels. 
Grocery items and medicines (cupcakes, noodles, diapers, vitamins, paracetamol)
1 box of ready to eat canned food - assorted 
1 box of mineral water
1 box of Ligo Sardines (100pcs)
4 sacks of mineral water (200pcs)
5 sacks and 5 bags of used clothes, jacket, towel and blankets. 

$374.72 (P16,349.00) *Deposited to the Philippine RED CROSS*
another cash donation sent to Philippine RED CROSS 

Cash donations forwarded to UNICEF Philippines:
$150
$50
$100
$20

P1,420
P4,000 cash 
P2,000 cash thru LBC
P3,000 cash

Donors: 

Ito Tsuneo with family, friends, and office mates
Marissa Pajudpod with Glorene Lopez-De Leon and Kuya Pare Eric, Eds Miranda and family; Renato Pajudpod and family; family of Elaine Suzie and Francis Frederick and Jigs Warde and housemates! Orly, LA, Celso, Diony and Kenneth; Monica Halcon - Coast Guard Reserve members and friends from Teleperformance 
Noel and Aileen (SITEL)
Kaye Estanislao Jalos
Mary Joy Balbin 
Rica Bells, Kyla Japos and friends (TELEPERFORMANCE)
Jennylee Villarosa
Charm and Vicky (SITEL)
Anonymous
France Sunglao and El Ey Sunglao
Mary Joy Balbin
Reyzel Altre 
Sid Weber 
Baron Munoz 
Michelle Saldana 

Rej Baroma 
Daisy Cultivo and her team (TELEPERFORMANCE)

Half of the donations are now delivered to GMA Kapuso Foundation for repacking and distribution. 


Thanks to Angel Pascual for transporting the relief goods to GMA



Three vans loaded with goods was delivered to Villamor Air Base last Saturday, Nov. 16, many thanks to Marissa Fernandez Pajudpod and friends!

We appreciate everyone who helped us. To the donors who responded immediately to this relief drive, thank you so much.

There's still much to be done, many people in the disaster zone still waiting for help. Please help in anyway you can. This relief drive continues... Thank you.


4 comments:

  1. Ayos ini. Gusto ko ngani magvolunteer sa relief distribution. Sana may balikan lang sa weekend.

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    1. oo nga eh, sana pwede kaso mukhang hirap pa din mapenetrate yung mga lugar till now.

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  2. I will bring the donations from my office ASAP. :-)

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