How can I help the Philippine Typhoon Odette?

When you donate to GlobalGiving’s Central Philippines Typhoon Rai / Odette Fund, your donation will be used to:

  1. Provide food and emergency medical supplies to people and animals.
  2. Support temporary shelter and emergency supplies to displaced families.
  3. Provide support to front-line workers, such as meals and gas.

Where can I donate for typhoon Rai?

Some groups are based in Southern California, others across the U.S., but all are connected to or are partnering with local organizations in the Philippines.

  • Pilipino Workers Center.
  • Center for Disaster Philanthropy.
  • Global Giving.
  • Lokal Lab.
  • Kids for Kids.

Where can I donate to Odette in the Philippines?

You may donate to any of the following bank accounts with the account name World Vision Development Foundation, Inc:

  • Bank of the Philippine Islands. 4251-0024015.
  • Banco de Oro (BDO) 000-2700-4341-1.
  • Philippine Savings Bank (PSBank) 038-332-000-138.
  • Metrobank. 0607060-518641.

How can I help the Philippines?

Six Easy Ways to Help People in the Philippines

  1. Help build classrooms, libraries and other essential structures in rural areas.
  2. Fund a child’s education.
  3. Help people in the Philippines find business and livelihood opportunities.
  4. Help build homes for homeless families.

Where can I donate in the Philippines?

Here’s a rundown of 10 organizations dedicated to helping frontliners and communities who are in need:

  • UNICEF Philippines. Website.
  • Caritas Manila. Website.
  • Kaya Natin Movement. Website.
  • World Vision of the Philippines. Website.
  • Project Pearls. Website.
  • Kythe Foundation. Website.
  • Virlanie Foundation. Website.
  • Habitat for Humanity.

Where do I send donations for Odette victims?

LIST: Here’s where you can donate to ‘Odette’ relief efforts

  • Anakbayan Vito Cruz.
  • Ateneo de Manila University.
  • Ayala Foundation.
  • Caritas Manila.
  • Junior Chamber International-Bacolod.
  • LeniKiko2022 Volunteer Center.
  • Laban ng Masa.
  • Lingap Gabriela.

How do I donate to the Philippines?

Basic Requirements

  1. Deed of donation duly authenticated by the Philippine Embassy or Consulate;
  2. Itemized list of donation (also referred to as packing list or inventory of donated items);
  3. Proforma invoice or commercial invoice (not required for used items); and.
  4. Shipping documents (bill of lading or airway bill).

Did BTS donate 4M to Philippines?

In November 2020, BTS fanbases including BTS Army PH decided to do a donation drive to help the victims of the typhoons. In total, the BTS fanbases were able to raise PHP 4M. And early this year of 2021, we have created charity events to help more beneficiaries in the Philippines.

What is GCash back?

Financial assistance arrives significantly faster and is mobilized immediately for helping those in need. Through the Merry GCash campaign, users can give their donation by simply going to “Pay Bills” then search for #GCashGivesBack. After that, you can type the amount you are willing to donate.

What is Canada doing in the Philippines during Typhoon Haiyan?

On November 8, 2013, when category 5 Typhoon Haiyan (locally known as Yolanda) made landfall in the Philippines, Canada was there to support the Government of the Philippines and the humanitarian partners in their response to the urgent needs of people affected by the typhoon.

What is Canada doing to help in the Philippines?

The Government of Canada also deployed relief stocks to support the relief efforts in the Philippines, including tents, shelter kits, hygiene kits and other emergency relief items.

Why is Canada sending military helicopters to the Philippines?

The Canadian Armed Forces are sending three military helicopters and crews to the Philippines, to assist with relief efforts in the typhoon-ravaged country.

How has Canada responded to the Philippines’ humanitarian crisis?

By working with experienced humanitarian partners in the Philippines, Canada helped provide: 3.7 million people with emergency food assistance; 190,000 children with supplementary feeding; 570,000 households with emergency shelters; 1.4 million people with financial assistance to procure essential household items;