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Donate Children's Needs Items to These Lando Relief EffortsHere's where you can go to to help children and their families affected by Super Typhoon Lando
House, partially submerged in floods waters caused by heavy rains brought by Typhoon Koppu, are seen in City Camp Lagoon at Baguio City, north of Manila October 19, 2015. Typhoon Koppu swept across the northern Philippines killing at least nine people as trees, power lines and walls were toppled and flood waters spread from riverbeds, but tens of thousands of people were evacuated in time. REUTERS/Harley Palangchao TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
Super Typhoon Lando (internationally named Koppu) made landfall last Sunday, October 18, in the Philippines passing through provinces in the northern Luzon. The slow moving typhoon brought with it devastating wind and rain forcing many areas to evacuate in the midst of flood, flying debris, loss of electricity and damaged roads and bridges.
According to the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council, severely hit areas include Ilocos, Cagayan Valley, Central Luzon, Calabarzon, and Cordillera Administrative Region. 14,000 people from these areas have evacuated with 4,000 families staying in evacuation centers.
“In any event of disasters, children are the most vulnerable,” says UNICEF. “Following a typhoon, children face risks from contaminated water sources, lack of food, epidemics such as cholera, hypothermia, diarrhea and pneumonia.”
Efforts by local organizations and foundations are already in motion to bring aid to the children of the families affected by Super Typhoon Lando. Your generosity can reach the children and families affected by Super Typhoon Lando through these relief operations:
RockED is accepting donations for toiletries and necessities that include underwear for children, women and men, sanitary napkins, diapers, itch creams, soap and shampoo, towels, blankets and socks.
Donations may be dropped off at: Route 196 Katipunan, Quezon City 2/F Languages Internationale, 926 Arnaiz Ave.
JCI Alabang is accepting donations for stuffed toys, blankets, canned goods and water.
Donations may be dropped off at:
234 Santiago Street, Ayala alabang Village, Muntinlupa City
GA Tower, Edsa Corner Boni Ave, Mandaluyong City
57 San Agustin Street, Capitol 8, Pasig City
Primo Media, 3F 94 A Rita Street, Barangay Batis, San Juan City
Philippine Red Cross
The Philippine Red Cross is always ready to accept donations both in-cash and in-kind.
In-kind donations can be dropped off at the Philippine Red Cross National Headquarters in Manila or at any LBC Branch nationwide.
In-cash donations can be deposited to the Philippine Red Cross through BDO, PNB Metrobank, BPI or Unionbank. Donations can also be sent through Cebuana Lhuillier Pawnshop branches nationwide.
Donate via text by texting RED
AMOUNT to 4143 (Smart) or 2399 (Globe) in these denominations: 10, 25, 50, 100, 300, 500 or 1000 for Smart and 5, 25, 100, 300, 500 or 1000 for Globe
Other relief efforts
+The Manila Genesis Bus Company through their terminal in Cubao (for basic relief goods donations)
+The Kapuso Foundation (for basic relief goods and in-cash donations)
+The Ateneo de Manila University (for blankets, mats and towels, and in-cash donations)
+Citizens’ Disaster Response Center (for basic relief goods donations)
+Operation Blessing Foundation Philippines (for in-cash donations)
UNICEF is also prepared to give aid if need be. “UNICEF is ready to move with response as soon as asked by the Governmemt,” says UNICEF Philippines Representative Lotta Sylwander pertaining to their ready supplies for 12,000 families.
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