Here’s where you can donate to Filipinos affected by the Super Typhoon Rai

Typhoon Rai Relief Funds
  • Super Typhoon Rai has displaced more than 481,000 Filipinos and has resulted in 375 verified deaths.
  • Many organizations and companies have set up local and international methods through which people can help those affected.

Organizations and companies are calling for urgent donations for those affected by Super Typhoon Rai in the Philippines.

International Donations 

Following the destruction of Super Typhoon Rai in the Philippines, aid agencies and humanitarian organizations are working on the ground with local authorities to help those affected. There are currently more than 481,000 displaced Filipinos and 375 verified deaths. More than 2 million people were affected by the Category 5 typhoon in the southern Philippines.  

Many organizations and companies have set up local and international methods through which people can help those affected by Super Typhoon Rai. Below are a list of international relief efforts: 

  • Philippine Red Cross, a premier humanitarian organization in the country and a member of the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement, have called for an emergency appeal for donations in helping communities that were devastated by the typhoon. To donate, PayPal to [email protected]

  • UNICEF, a United Nations agency that provides humanitarian and developmental aid to children, is coordinating with the Philippine Government, LGUs, UN agencies and other partners to provide for the needs of children and families. To donate, click here
  • GlobalGiving is a non-profit organization based in the United States that will support temporary shelter and emergency supplies to displaced families. To donate, click here
  • AKO, a non-profit organization for Children’s welfare and Social Justice, along with For the Future, a youth organization, have set up Venmo and PayPal accounts to accept international donations. To donate, Venmo to Dani Antonio (@dnantonio) or PayPal to Ma. Jance Alexis Osorio (@janceeosorio). 

 

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  • World Vision, a global humanitarian organization, is launching an emergency response to help the children and families affected. To donate, click here
  • Tulong Kabataan, a relief and rehabilitation network, is working with the University of the Philippines Diliman University Student Council to prepare relief packs. To donate, PayPal to Tulong Kabataan (@TulongKabataanPH).
  • Youth Advocates for Climate Action Philippines (YACAP), a nationwide alliance of Filipino youth organizations and student councils, have prepared relief operations for communities in Visayas and Mindanao. To donate, PayPal to YACAP (@yacaphilippines).
  • ABS-CBN, a Philippine media company in Metro Manila, has opened a donation channel for the victims with “Operation Odette.” To donate, text “HELP4PH” to 24365 (USA only) or visit https://abscbnfoundation.org/campaign/help4ph-relief-fund.
  • LCOY Philippines, a youth organization which aims to enhance the knowledge of Filipino youth on climate and environmental issues, is appealing to help the vulnerable communities in the Visayas and Mindanao regions. To donate, PayPal to Marinel Ubaldo (@marinelubaldo).
  • Pawssion Project Foundation, a nonprofit dedicated to the rescue and rehabilitation of animals in need, is also accepting donations. To donate, PayPay to [email protected]

  • PinoyMedia Center, Inc., a non-profit media organization, is helping its partner organizations to fund relief efforts for those affected in Dinagat, Siargao, Surigao City, and Surigao del Norte. To donate, Paypal to @balsamindanao.
  • De La Salle Philippines, a network of 16 La Salle schools in the country, have also prepared relief goods to send to the Visayas region affected by the typhoon. To donate, PayPal to De La Salle Brothers Inc. (@DeLaSallePhilippines).

Featured Image via BBC News (left), @ako.orgph (right)

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