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Here's where to donate for Typhoon Karding's victims and affected communities

By SAAB LARIOSA Published Sep 26, 2022 8:03 am

Typhoon Karding (International name: Noru) entered the Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR) on Sunday, Sept. 25 and bared down on Luzon, affecting families who had to be evacuated and flooding communities during its landfall.

Though the typhoon weakened during its descent, a number of Filipino families have since been affected by the typhoon.

If you have the means to spare, here's a running list of organizations and donation drives where you can help out. 

Philippine Red Cross

The non-profit and donor-funded organization has been currently sending out food drives, rescue vehicles, and relief operations for Karding's affected communities, such as in Quezon City, Manila, and Lucena.

You may send in monetary donations through their bank account and QR code channels here.

UP Diliman University Student Council

The UP Diliman University Student Council in partnership with Tulong Kabataan PH is once again launching IskoOps to help those affected by #KardingPH. They are currently accepting the following in-kind donations: Rice, biscuits, canned goods, ready-to-eat pack, bottled water, soap, shampoo/conditioner, toothbrush, toothpaste, pantyliners, napkins, alcohol, masks, powdered milk/coffee, instant noodles, and blankets.

Ateneo de Manila University

AdMU is once again offering its donation channels for those that can send in donations to provide food, water, and other basic necessities for communities affected by Karding.

They accept credit cards, checks, and local/foreign bank deposits through the following accounts:

DT Bank Channels

Tulong Kabataan PH

The youth-driven, disaster management organization, Tulong Kabataan, is accepting both in-kind and monetary donations for affected communities.

GCash: 0935 334 3854 / Czariz Gayle P. Castro

BPI:  007120297055 / Czariz Gayle P. Castro

Patricia Non - Community Pantry PH

Patricia Non, the creator of Community Pantry Philippines, has called for community kitchens and volunteers to repack their Community Kitchen Kits (with Champorado, Miswa Sopas). She is also calling for available riders and drivers to deliver the said meals from Fil Garcia Tower in Kalayaan St. Quezon City.

For cash donations:

GCash: 09451454390 Ann Patricia Non

BDO 001430247639 Ana Patricia B. Non


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