It was so heartbreaking to see people fleeing, stuck in their roofs or crossing mud filled waters in the island of Luzon which all happened this month. People are still suffering so I wanted to just help those who would like to extend a hand and give information about these avenues where you can help donate clothes, food, water, funds so they could all recover.
Our friends from Bloggers United are collating funds and also selling their personal stuff (preloved and brand new) to raise funds for this cause. Here are their details, Paul Pax and Ana are good blogger friends and they've been doing other causes even before this happened. If you want to help, this would be a good place to start!
Aside from that, there are several partner organizations that PayMaya has been working with for Typhoon Relief which you can find via https://donate.paymaya.com/collections/typhoon-relief
You can donate as low as 50 pesos, but if you have more, please do donate as much as you can. These organizations have been doing it for years and they can channel your donations to where it is needed. If you haven't downloaded the PayMaya app yet, please do on Google Play or the App Store. Use my code 2JH7062 so you can get 50 pesos for free, you can use that to donate to these organizations too. I'll do the same if ever you sign up. If you use these QR codes to donate via their partner organizations, you will get a notification in the contact details you have provided regarding your successful donation.
If you prefer donating clean clothes, blankets, face masks, alcohol, bottled water, hygeine kits for women, toiletries, canned goods, flashlights, cleaning materials, you may opt to bring them here in Quezon City where an aircraft is bringing 500kgs of goods to Tuguegarao come Monday.You may contact Danica via 09566692843 then coordinate bringing your donations to #41 Maliksi St., Namoco Grand Residence, Brgy. Pinyahan, Diliman in Quezon City.
It is also world kindness day, so if you want to make someone's day even brighter, you can use the PayMaya app for a lot of other things. I would suggest you do donate to local churches, organizations of people you know. Southern Luzon, Marikina, Rizal and Cagayan still needs a lot of things especially potable water.
|GMA Kapuso Foundation also needs donations, you can course it through these channels and they will help victims of the Luzon typhoons.|
Please donate as much as you can, they need our help.