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Give up fireworks for Sendong victims

I’m sure you’re all aware of what happened to typhoon-hit areas in Northern Mindanao and Visayas over the weekend. Three cities were badly hit and affected by massive floods and landslides. If you have clothes, food, bottled water, medicine and money to spare for the survivors, you may do so by sending them to trustworthy organizations that will transmit your donations to evacuation centers. Thousands have perished and many more languish in evacuation centers. It may take a while before evacuees recover.

Tomorrow is Christmas Eve, many are expected to buy fireworks and firecrackers to celebrate, but instead of spending so much money on fireworks, maybe you can give them to typhoon victims. Also, you can share anything that you no longer need like school books, notebooks and pencil, old jansport bags for school children. It will definitely make a lot of difference to people in need especially kids.

Assistance for the victims of typhoon Sendong

Food, drinking water, clothes, and mat. These are the basic needs of our kababayans who survived the wrath of typhoon Sendong on Dec. 17. The natural disaster has affected parts of Northern Mindanao Region particularly Iligan and Cagayan de Oro City.

If  you wish to extend help in any form, you can send them via the following links provided here:


Kapuso Foundation Cash Donations and Drop areas for relief goods such as food, medicine and clothes. Check out this site.

Philippine Red Cross: Text REDAMOUNT to 2899 (Globe) or 4143 (Smart).

Cebuana Lhuillier Pawnshop (Nationwide) accepts cash donation

Direct deposits may be made online from any BPI branches, pay to:

Bank of the Philippine Islands (Loyola-Katipunan Branch)
BPI Peso Checking Account Number: 3081-1111-61
BPI Dollar Savings Account Number: 3084-0420-12

ABS-CBN Foundation Sagip Kapamilya Warehouse #137 Mother Ignacia Ave., Quezon City Warehouse – donations in kind

Our fellow blogger and PMC co-members in Mindanao are also affected by the fury of typhoon Sendong and we are also requesting some help for them. You can send your donations here.

* More than 600 people perished from the worse flood and several hundreds more were left homeless as of latest count.