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Monday, November 30, 2020

#ReliefPH: Help communities recover from Typhoon Ulysses

Many Filipinos are in need of immediate help after suffering the brunt of Typhoon Ulysses (Vamco), which came only a week after Super Typhoon Rolly (Goni), 2020’s most powerful tropical storm so far. 

On November 12, Typhoon Ulysses battered Calabarzon, Bicol, and the National Capital Region, leaving several communities flooded and homes roofless.

This triggered immediate appeals for rescue, aid, and relief as the typhoon left massive floods in the region. 

Seeing the impact of Typhoon Ulysses in hard-hit areas, various groups quickly responded to relief appeals from affected communities.

MovePH is working with a network of student organizations called YouthHelp Ulysses to crowdsource details of ongoing relief drives for affected communities.

Here is a running list of initiatives seeking to help Typhoon Ulysses survivors:

A&B Philippines

A&B Philippines is a starting non-profit organization that aims to transform communities towards holistic development through technology.

They are accepting cash donations for those affected by Typhoon Ulysses. They may be sent through the following accounts:

  • BPI:
    • Salvador Marrod Cruz
    • 3979305086
  • BDO:
    • Mark Jay Gregorio
    • 000620328029
  • GCash:
    • Salvador Marrod Cruz
    • 09176870929

For in-kind donations and other inquiries, they may be reached through their Facebook page.

Abot-Kamay PH

Abot-Kamay is a youth-led charity program that focuses on bridging the gap between people who are in need and people who have the heart to help.

The organization is holding a nationwide donation drive to aid those who have been affected by Typhoon Rolly and Typhoon Ulysses.

For monetary donations, you may donate through the following channels:

  • BPI
    • 664680993
    • Niño Lorenzo L. Medina
  • GCash
    • 09778565156
    • Niño Lorenzo L. Medina

For in-kind donations such as non-perishable foods, rice, clothes, blankets, toiletries, and facemasks/shields, you can refer to the following drop-off points:

  • North Luzon
    • #5 Callaguip, Batac City, Ilocos Norte
  • NCR
    • Blk 25 Lot 58-59 Hamilton Heights, Las Piñas City
    • 2204 Karapatan st. Sta Cruz, Manila
  • Cavite
    • Pure Rein Bio Solution Corp. 125, Gen E. Topacio St. Poblacion 1-C, Imus City, Cavite
  • Laguna
    • 170 Elapaño St. Brgy. Tres Poblacion, Calamba, Laguna
  • Batangas
    • 875 Brgy. Buhaynasapa, San Juan, Batangas
  • Rizal
    • All Day Maia Alta, Brgy. Dalig, Antipolo City
  • Quezon
    • Salamillas Compound 1, Prk Narra Brgy. Isabang, Lucena City, Quezon
  • Central Visayas
    • 399B Fortune Compound V Rama, Englis Guadalupe, Cebu City
  • Western Visayas
    • 4 Jade St. City Heights Subd. Brgy. Taculing, Bacolod City, Negros Occidental

For further information, you may contact the following:

  • North Luzon
    • Phillip Joshua Aliga
    • 09610967875
  • NCR
    • Mykhaella Rabanes
    • 09565393099
  • Cavite
    • Niño Lorenzo L. Medina
    • 09778565156
  • Laguna
    • Paulina Cruz
    • 09219538788
  • Batangas
    • Laica Bagnes
    • 09097874844
  • Rizal
    • Jillian Alcantara
    • 09394141459 / 09163202493 / 8661-0137
  • Quezon
    • Cathyrene Peñaflorida
    • 09207810020 / 09951469446
  • Central Visayas
    • Shem Lord Rosales
    • 09178544960
  • Western Visayas
    • Bernard Lachica
    • 09439457733
Agham Nasyunal

Agham Nasyunal, in cooperation with Brigada Kalikasan and Balsa Network, is encouraging people to sponsor one basic relief pack and other essentials with donations ranging from P700 to P1,000. Details on the breakdown of relief packs can be checked here. The group is also accepting cash donations through the following:

  • GCash 
    • Franklin Maraya
    • 0917 921 8056
  • PayMaya
    • Iris Charmaine Olaso
    • 0915 576 7787
  • BPI Family Savings
    • Iris Charmaine Olaso
    • 0915 576 7787
  • BPI Family Savings
    • Franklin Maraya
    • 6856 2571 75
  • BDO
    • Iris Charmaine Olaso
    • Savings Account: 003570144563
Akbayan Youth – Loyola

Akbayan Youth – Loyola is accepting in-kind donations such as bottled water, rice, easy-open canned goods, hygiene kits, mosquito nets, rope, beddings and blankets, malongs, flashlights, clothes, and underwear. These may be dropped off at #29 Magiting Street, Teacher’s VIllage, Diliman, Quezon City, and Unit 507 dela Rosa Building, Lacson Ave., cor. Dapitan Street, Manila. 

Meanwhile, cash donations may also be coursed through the following bank accounts:

Akbayanihan Foundation

Akbayanihan is a non-profit organization rooted around the principles of service delivery with the aim of ensuring sustainable livelihood. For more information about the organization and their relief operations, contact Ivy Tolentino (0927 346 8795).

Cash donations may be sent to:

  • GCash
    • 0915 065 5680
  • Paypal
    • paypal.me/Akbayanihan

In-kind donations may also be sent to or dropped off at the following addresses:

  • #29 Magiting Street, Teachers Village, Diliman, Quezon City
  • Unit 506 dela Rosa Building, Lacson Ave. corner Dapitan Street, Manila
Aksyon ng Kabataan Organization

Aksyon ng Kabataan Organization is a non-government organization that advocates for children’s welfare and social justice.

The organization is taking cash donations for communities affected by Typhoon Rolly and Typhoon Ulysses nationwide.

Donations may be sent to the following accounts:

  • GCash 
    • 09171345673
    • Brianna Danielle Guingona
  • Paymaya
    • 09985972800
    • Joaquin Mendoza
  • MetroBank
    • 1673167857214
    • Samantha Victoria Villavicencio
  • BPI
    • 0779066924
    • Emily Cabuatan

In-kind donations may also be sent to 227 Gen Ordonez St. Cor. Balagtas, Parang, Marikina City.

American Concrete Institute Philippines–TIP Manila SC

ACIP SC TIP Manila is an organization that seeks to provide academic and socio-civic activities and strengthen its members’ interest in concrete. 

The organization is holding a nationwide cash donation drive for communities struck by Typhoon Ulysses. Donations may be sent to the following GCash account:

  • John Paolo Agnos
  • 09099915017
Ambagan PH

Ambagan PH, a network of Filipino volunteers, is conducting immediate relief operations to help affected communities. The group accepts in-kind donations such as canned goods, utensils, bottled water, clothes, hygiene kits, and sleeping necessities. These can be dropped off at 4334A A2, Albina St Sta Mesa, Manila. 

Meanwhile, those interested to sent cash donations may send them through the group’s bank accounts: 

  • Landbank
    • Angelica N. Reyes
    • 1467 0844 68
  • Paypal: http://paypal.me/ambaganph
  • Gcash:
    • 0956 668 7586
    • 0915 213 7496
Anakbayan

Members of Anakbayan have begun packing relief goods for residents affected by the typhoon. The group continues to accept cash donations, which may be coursed through the following accounts: 

  • GCash/Paymaya: 09953239189
  • BPI:
    • 3279177079
    • Ysabel Sophia Banez
  • PayPal: sophiabanez@icloud.com

Anakbayan is alsoaccepting in-kind donations that include basic necessities such as food, medicines, hygiene kits, alcohol, face masks, and ready-to-wear clothes. Drop off point will be at Kabataan Center, 117-C Matatag St, Barangay Central, Diliman, Quezon City. 

Anakbayan PLM

Anakbayan PLM-Kolehiyo ng Pagkalinga is conducting relief efforts for residents of Tondo, Manila.

They are in need of donations such as rice, water, canned goods, sleeping mats, and hygiene kits. Interested donors may drop these off at Room 310 SCC Building, Communication Foundation for Asia Compound, Old Sta Mesa, Manila, Crest Office.

Monetary donations can be made through GCash:

  • GCash
    • Rex Cesora
    • 09393317919

Anakbayan PUP

Anakabayan PUP is the largest and widest national-democratic mass organization in the Polytechnic University of the Philippines. 

The organization is taking cash donations for victims of Typhoon Ulysses nationwide. They may be sent to the following accounts:

  • GCASH
    • Christine Franes
    • 09183483943
  • Paymaya
    • Jersey Mari Arante
    • 09178851280
  • BPI
    • Maria Czarina Mapili
    • 4869128485
  • Paypal
    • Friends and Family Payment
    • josephscien@gmail.com

For more information about the drive, contact John Paul Labrague at 09262093527.

ASEAN Youth Network

ASEAN Youth Advocates Network is seeking donations to aid survivors of Typhoon Ulysses.

Those interested to course cash donations to ASEAN Youth Advocates Network may send them through the following accounts: 

  • Metrobank Savings Account
    • 742-3-767-19637-8
    • Emmanuel Mirus Ponon
  • BDO Savings Account: 000251287335
  • Paypal: paypal.me/aseanyouthadvocates
  • Unionbank Savings Account
    • 00270008469
    • Francisco M. Gacal
  • Paymaya: 09087868836
  • Gcash: 09087868836
  • BPI Savings Account
    • 9349159144
    • Franceska Glen Gacal
Ateneo de Manila University

Ateneo de Manila University (ADMU) is organizing relief operations for hard-hit areas such as Marikina, Albay, and Catanduanes. To help ADMU reach more residents, you may course cash donations to the following accounts:

  • BPI
    • Account Name: Ateneo de Manila University
    • Peso Savings Account: 3083721056
  • Metrobank
    • Transfer to other bank > InstaPay
    • BPI 3083721056
    • Beneficiary: Corporate
    • Address: Katipunan Ave., Loyola Heights, QC
    • Purpose: Typhoon Rolly
    • Email: vpsd@ateneo.edu
    • Remarks: Input your name
  • BDO
    • Send money > Not enrolled
    • > To create another local bank
    • > Credit to another bank
    • BPI (via instapay) 3083721056
    • Last name: Ateneo de Manila University, Inc.
    • First name: X
    • Middle name: X
    • Mobile number: 0
    • Purpose: Typhoon Rolly

Other donation options for ADMU’s relief drive are available at giving.ateneo.edu

Bahaghari

Bahaghari, an LGBTQ+ organization in the Philippines, is calling for donations such as rice, fresh fruits and vegetables, canned goods, blankets, medicine, raincoats and rubber boots for survivors of Typhoon Ulysses. Those interested to provide these necessities may drop them off at #35 Scout Delgado Street, Barangay Laging Handa, Quezon City. 

The group is also accepting monetary donations, which can be sent via GCash:

  • GCash
    • John Marc Cho Santos
    • 09157687144
Caritas Manila

Caritas Manila is the leading social arm of the Archdiocese of Manila and the integrator of the Church social services and development in Metro Manila.

Cash donations for those affected by Typhoon Ulysses in the National Capital Region may be sent to the following:

  • Caritas Manila, Inc.
    • BDO: 000-5600-45905 
    • BPI: 3063-5357-01
    • Metrobank: 175-3-17506954-3
    • RCBC: 000-300-090-2216

For dollar accounts:

  • BPI: 064-0033-55
    • Swift Code: BOPIPHMM

Debit or credit card holders may also donate through their website and choose “Damayan-Typhoon Ulysses.” Donations may also be sent through Lazada, Give2Asia, and StockCrowd.

College Editors Guild of the Philippines

The College Editors Guild of the Philippines (CEGP) is calling for in-kind and monetary donations for victims of #UlyssesPH. Cash donations can be made through the following accounts:

  • Union Bank
    • Antonio Narciso III
    • 109651394855
  • BDO Kabayan Peso Savings
    • Kimberly C. Axalan
    • 000880297808
  • Bank of the Philippine Island 
    • Marianne Nicole M. Hojilla
    • 8126 0714 07
  • GCash
    • Yan De Jesus 
    • +639173292623

Those interested to give in-kind donations may send them to the CEGP drop off point at 117C, Matatag Street, Barangay Central, Diliman, Quezon City. 

Concerned Artists of the Philippines and UP Covid-19 Response Volunteers

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The Concerned Artist of the Philippines and UP COVID-19 Response Volunteers (UP-CRV), through the initiative of the All UP Workers Alliance, consists of concerned faculty, administrative personnel, REPS, students, UP community members, and UP alumni.

Their combined relief efforts are aimed at communities in the National Capital Region, from UP Diliman to Marikina. Cash donations may be sent to the following accounts:

  • LANDBANK
    • Nelin Dulpina
    • Savings account: 3077 0691 18 
  • GCASH 
    • Ram Hernandez
    • 09156928086

The groups are also accepting in-kind donations like rice, vegetables, ready-to-eat food, clothes, toiletries, medicine, personal protective equipment, and other essentials. These may be dropped off at the UP Institute for Small Scale Industries front desk in the UP Diliman campus.

For more information, you may contact Ram Hernandez at 0975 134 3056 or Edge Uyanguren 0929 312 2972.

DLSMHSI Lasallian Formation and Social Action Office

The Lasallian Formation and Social Office is an office of the De La Salle Medical and Health Sciences Institute that aims to promote Lasallian Spirituality through social action and community development programs. It seeks to forge meaningful relationships among constituents of the Institute. 

The office is organizing a donation drive for typhoon victims in Marikina, Rizal, and Camarines Norte. Details for cash donations can be found below:

  • For cash and cheque donations:
    • (DLSMHSI) Hermano (San) Miguel Febrero Cordero Medical Education Foundation, Inc.
    • BDO Account Number: 004300244165
  • For check donations: Payable to (DLSMHSI) Hermano (San) Miguel Febrero Cordero Medical Education Foundation, Inc.
  • For dollar donations:
    • (DLSMHSI) Hermano (San) Miguel Febrero Cordero Medical Education Foundation, Inc.
    • BPI Account Number: 0964-0490-92
    • Swift Code: BOPIPHMM

The office is also putting together family packs with 6 kgs of rice, 10 canned goods (easy open), 5 sachets of coffee, 5 sachets of cereal drinks, bread, and cookies. 

Family packs may be dropped off at De La Salle Medical and Health Sciences Institute, Wang Bldg., Ground Floor, Room 8109, Congressional Ave., Dasmariñas, Cavite.

NOTE: The office is not accepting donations of old clothes. Eco bags are preferred for the donations.

For our Farmers

For Our Farmers is a youth-led, nonstock, nonprofit organization which aims to help and uplift local farmers and fisherfolks. They are taking donations for the farmers of Pangasinan and nearby areas.

Cash donations may be sent to the following accounts:

  • Landbank: 
    • Anjanette Tadena
    • 3217 0633 36
  • BPI: 
    • Anjanette Tadena
    • 2819 0660 03
  • BDO:  
    • Anjanette Tadena
    • 004070174810

For the Future

For the Future, an environmental conservation organization, is accepting monetary donations for typhoon victims.

Interested donors may send their donations through the following channels:

  • BDO Savings
    • 007260179594
    • Ma. Louissa Anjela C. Barte
  • BPI Savings
    • 3529-3217-23
    • Maria Margarita Jalandoni
  • PayPal: louissabarte@gmail.com

Email the receipt to forthefutureph@gmail.com with subject “TYPHOON RELIEF”

Frontliners’ Kitchen

Frontliners’ Kitchen is a youth-led COVID-19 response initiative calling to #FeedtheFight and help out frontliners in health care, urban, agricultural, and fisherfolk sectors. They are accepting monetary and in-kind donations for rescuers, first responders, and victims of Typhoon Ulysses in the National Capital Region.

GlobalGiving is a nonprofit organization that supports other initiatives by connecting them to donors and companies. Since it was founded in 2002, they have helped fellow nonprofits in 170+ countries, from Afghanistan to Zimbabwe.

The organization is hosting a cash donation drive for Philippine typhoon victims, as well as for recovery efforts. The drive can be accessed here.

Gaya sa Pelikula fan clubs

Fan clubs of the hit online Pinoy Boys Love (BL) series Gaya sa Pelikula also reopened their donation drive, after launching relief efforts for victims of Super Typhoon Rolly on November 1. 

To help the group reach more communities, you may send cash donations to the following bank accounts:

  • GCASH: 09293858665
  • BDO: 005010268702
  • BPI: 1329174987
  • Union Bank: 109420430301

GMA Kapuso Foundation 

GMA Kapuso Foundation (GMAKF)  is now seeking monetary and in-kind donations to help Filipinos affected by Typhoon Ulysses. 

For monetary donations, the foundation accepts cash or check. Interested donors may deposit to the following bank accounts: 

  • Metrobank
    • Account Name: GMA Kapuso Foundation, Inc.
    • Account Numbers: 098-3-098-51034-7 
    • Dollar Savings:
      • Account Name: GMA Kapuso Foundation, Inc.
      • Account Number: 098-2-098-00244-2
      • Swift Code: MBTC PH MM
  • Unionbank
    • Account Name: GMA Kapuso Foundation Inc.
    • Account Number: 000-4-000-22679
    • Code: UBPHPHMM
  • UCPB
    • Account Name: GMA Kapuso Foundation, Inc.
    • Account Numbers: 00-115-184777-2 and 00-160-111277-7
    • Dollar Savings
      • Account Name: GMA Kapuso Foundation, Inc.
      • Account Numbers: 01-115-301177-9 and 01-160-300427-6
      • Swift Code: UCPB PH MM
  • PNB
    • Peso Savings
      • Account Name: GMA Kapuso Foundation, Inc.
      • Account Number: 00-469-0022189
    • Dollar Savings
      • Account Name: GMA Kapuso Foundation, Inc.
      • Account Number: 1263-6000-8804
      • Swift Code: PNB MPH MM
  • BDO
    • Peso Savings
      • Account Name: GMA Kapuso Foundation, Inc.
      • Account Number: 00-469-0022189
    • Dollar Savings
      • Account Name: GMA Kapuso Foundation, Inc.
      • Account Number: 10-469-0072135
      • Code: BNORPHMM

The foundation says material donations such as canned goods, food items, and medicines should fall within its prescribed 6-month expiry. Donations can be dropped off at their office located at the 2nd Floor GMA Kapuso Center, GMA Network Drive cor. Samar Streets, Diliman, Quezon City 1103, Philippines. They are open from Monday to Friday, 9 am until 6 pm

Hustisya: Pagkakaisa ng mga Biktima para sa Hustisya

Hustisya is a national organization that unites victims of different forms of political repression. They aim to provide relief efforts to 1,000 families affected by Typhoon Ulysses in Sampaloc, Manila; Tatalon, Novaliches; and the UP Campus in Diliman, Quezon City.

In-kind donations such as mats and tarpaulins for makeshift roofs, may be dropped off at Erythrina Building, 1 Maaralin cor. Matatag Sts., Barangay Central, Quezon City.

For more information, you may contact Lyn Hazel Acierto at 0917 622 4761.

JCI Philippines

JCI Philippines is a nonprofit organization of young active citizens age 18 to 40 who are engaged and committed to creating positive impact in their communities. The organization has launched a donation drive, Oplan Kaagapay, which aims to provide relief efforts to those badly affected by Typhoon Ulysses.

For cash donations, you may donate here:

  • BDO
    • Junior Chamber International Phils, Inc.
    • Smart checking Account no: 002018025076
    • Swift Code: BNORPHMM

The organization is also accepting in-kind donations such as canned goods, towels, hygiene kits, and relief packages. You may drop your in-kind donations here:

For further inquiries, you may contact the following:

  • Cash Donations: NC John Joshua Cudia (0935) 426 8718
  • In-Kind Donations: NED Constantine Ignacio (0917)5337474
JCI Tuguegarao Ybanag

JCI, a youth-led and non-profit organization of citizens from Tuguegarao City in the province of Cagayan, is conducting relief operations.

They are calling for donations such as drinking water, canned goods, biscuits, blankets, hygiene kits, slippers, and medicines. These may be dropped off at the following venues:

  • CDRRMO, 3rd floor of Cauayan City Hall 
    • Shaine Marquez
    • 09278466988 
  • JCI Tuguegarao Ybanag Clubhouse, Bagay Road, Tuguegarao City 
    • Kenneth Jake M. Paguirigan 
    • 09151567532 
  • Dr. Meneses Medical Clinic, Pengue-Ruyu Tuguegarao City 
    • Janice Lampitoc 
    • 09176752888

The group is also accepting monetary donations, which can be coursed through the GCash accounts of its members: 

  • Shaine Marquez: 09278466988 
  • Kenneth Jake M. Paguirigan: 09051436239 
  • Janice Lampitoc: 09176752888
JuanSpark Youth Leader

JuanSpark Youth Leaders is a nonstock, non-political organization composed of young leaders who advocate for youth empowerment, transformative leadership, and community involvement. 

The group set up a donation drive for Bicol communities that were devastated by Typhoon Rolly and Typhoon Ulysses. For more details, please contact Marielle Alemania at 0949 167 1154.

Cash donations may be sent to the following account details:

  • BDO
    • 007960016388
    • Nanette Tagudar
  • BPI
    • 0129399139
    • Marielle Alemania
  • GCash
    • 0997 455 3757
    • Charmaine Gilo

In-kind donations may also be dropped off at Metro Manila Bible Community , 19 Col. Salgado St., Brgy. West Kamias, Quezon City.

Kabataan Partylist

Kabataan Partylist started repacking relief goods to aid victims of Typhoon Ulysses. Those interested to course cash donations to the group may send them to the following account: 

  • BPI Savings Account
    • Thalia R. Villela
    • 008339 4735 53
Katribu

Katribu, an organization of youth and students from different schools who support indigenous peoples’ causes, is seeking donations for indigenous communities such as the Aetas, Dumagats, and Mangyan.

To help the group reach more communities, you may course cash donations through the following accounts: 

  • GCash
    • Rikki Mae Gono
    • 09563874993
  • BPI
    • Rikki Mae Gono
    • 3089363941 

Those interested to send in-kind donations may coordinate with the following members: 

  • Mariel Balayo: 09300368332
  • Rikki Mae Gono: 09173160208
Kaya Natin! Movement

Kaya Natin is a non-profit and non-government organization that promotes good governance and ethical leadership in the Philippines.

The organization is now accepting cash donations for the victims of the most recent typhoons that hit Luzon.

For interested donors, you may donate to the following accounts:

For inquiries, you may contact them at 0917 822 6628 or at kayanatinmovement@gmail.com

Kids for Kids 

Kids for Kids is a non-profit, youth-led organization that aims to inspire the next generation of peacemakers, worldshapers, and change-makers.In partnership with coalitions of youth movements in the Philippines, the organization has launched YouthRisePH, a database that hopes to mobilize action by ordinary citizens. 

Kids for Kids is currently accepting cash donations to provide immediate and long-term relief in communities that were greatly affected by the recent typhoons. 

You may send your monetary donations through the following channels:

Kindly message deposit slips to their Facebook or Instagram account or email them at kidsforkidsph@gmail.com

Kilusang Mayo Uno

Kilusang Mayo Uno is holding relief efforts through its Tulong Obrero Soup Kitchen project. To help the group reach more residents, you may course cash donations through the following accounts: 

  • BDO
    • Balai Obrero Foundation Inc
    • 1490128806      
  • GCash
    • Ronaldo Adonis 
    • 09395073770

Those interested to volunteer for the group’s initiative may reach out to one of the group’s members, Nedy Gonzaga, through 09208580754 or 8421-0986.

Kythe Foundation

Kythe is a non-profit, non-stock organization that aims to improve the quality of life of children with cancer and other chronic illnesses. They are collecting donations for families affected by the typhoon.

Donations such as blankets, clothes, towels, pillows, food, and insect repellants may be dropped off at Kythe Foundation, Room 201 FSS 1 Building, Scout Castor St corner Scout Tuason St, Barangay Laging Handa, Quezon City.

League of Filipino Students

The League of Filipino Students (LFS) is seeking cash and in-kind donations to help communities in Bicol and Cavite. LFS accepts canned goods, water, flashlights, toiletries, and ready-to-wear clothes to help affected communities. These donations can be dropped off at 1115A, Algeciras, Sampaloc, Manila.  

Cash donations may be sent through the following accounts:

  • BPI SAVINGS ACCOUNT
    • Joanna Marie Robles
    • 8369323408
  • GCASH
    • James Carwyn Candila
    • 09171763681
Loyal Alliance of Medical Professionals

The Loyal Alliance of Medical Professionals is a student organization of the Far Eastern University-Nicanor Reyes Medical Foundation (FEU-NRMF). 

Cash donations may be sent to the following accounts:

  • GCash
    • France Rosales
    • 09177965460    
  • PayMaya
    • LAMP FEUNRMF
    • 09167712790

Food, water, medicine, hygiene kits, blankets, and clothes may also be dropped off at 505 Webjet Building, BMA Avenue corner Quezon Avenue, Quezon City. For more information, you may contact Shane Arante (09178148664), Dawn Umipig (09166355012), or Czarina Fraxidio (09778258003).

May Twenty Ako!

May Twenty Ako! is an organization that encourages people to donate P20 to purchase grocery items and hygiene kits for the homeless and frontline workers. 

The organization is holding a donation drive for families affected by the typhoon in Rizal. Cash donations may be sent to the following accounts:

  • GCash: Shary Laiz, 09338626702
  • BPI: Charisse Parchamento, 0169128219
  • PayMaya: Erika Ente 09175226867
  • PayPal: maytwentyako@gmail.com, 09083712162

For in-kind donations, the group may be reached through its Facebook page.

Millennials PH

Millennials PH spearheaded an initiative dubbed as Kapit Pinas for residents in Metro Manila, Bulacan, Rizal, Laguna, Cavite, Mindoro provinces, Marinduque, Quezon, Sorsogon, Albay, Catanduanes, Camarines Sur, and Camarines Norte. In-kind donations may be dropped off at 4434A A2, Albina St., Sta. Mesa, Manila. Those interested to provide cash donations may do so through the following:

  • Gcash
    • 09167849886
    • M Jalani
  • Paymaya
    • 09361789545
    • Reo Claire Alosado
  • BPI Savings Account
    • 1359498183
    • Merylhilda Jalani
  • BDO Savings Account
    • 008840072026
    • Marjon Fenis
  • Union Bank
    • 109421265983
    • Cyra Aurelio
  • Paypal
Operation Blessing Foundation Philippines

The humanitarian arm of Christian Broadcasting Network Asia is collecting cash donations.

Cash donations may be sent to the following accounts:

  • Operation Blessing Foundation Phils, Inc
    • Metrobank: 270-3-27050273-4
    • BDO: 003-000-055-279
    • UnionBank: 00-216-072163-9
    • BPI: 3001-0040-33

Donations in dollars may also be sent through the following:

  • Metrobank 
    • 270-2-27000282-4 
    • Swift code: MBTCPHMM
  • BDO
    • 103-000-113-333
    • Swift code: BNORPHMM 
  • UnionBank 
    • 13-216-000170-0
    • Swift Code: UBPHPHMM 

Donors may also send money through the GCash app by selecting Operation Blessing, or by visiting https://www.obphil.com/give.

For more information, the group may be contacted at 09399215543 or 09189067753.

Panday Sining

Panday Sining is also calling for donations to help communities devastated by Typhoon Ulysses. The group is accepting monetary donations which can be coursed through the following accounts: 

Panday Sining is also accepting in-kind donations at Kabataan Center 117-C Matatag St., Barangay Central, Diliman, Quezon City.

Pawssion Foundation

The Pawssion Foundation is a dog rescue group based in Bacolod City. It is conducting nationwide relief efforts for animals affected by Typhoon Ulysses.

Donations may be sent to the following accounts:

  • BDO
    • Pawssion Project
    • 001969685005
  • BPI
    • Pawssion Project
    • 3349032421
Pembarya

Pembarya, a non-profit organization,is also opening its donation channels for typhoon survivors in Marikina, one of the hard-hit cities in NCR.

The group accepts monetary and in-kind donations to help affected communities. Those interested to course their cash donations to Pemberya may send through the following bank accounts: 

  • GCash: 
    • 0921-734-6527 
    • Genesis Felipe
  • PayMaya
    • 0908-680-5213 
    • Jana Marie Alano
  • PayPal: paypal.me/gencfelipe or genesisfelipe.pnu@gmail.com
  • UCPB: 
    • 1012-0011-2606 
    • Genesis Felipe
  • UnionBank: 
    • 109-422-658-253 
    • Jana Marie Alano
  • BPI: 
    • 4869-133-944 
    • Ivan de Jesus
Philippine Animal Welfare Society

The Philippine Animal Welfare Society (PAWS) plans to distribute pet food and relief packs to pet owners who were affected by Typhoon Ulysses. The group is in need of in-kind donations such as dog and cat food, ready-to-eat food for pet owners, and hygiene packs. These can be dropped off starting 10 am Friday, November 13, at PAWS Animal Rehabilitation Center, Aurora Blvd. Katipunan Valley, Loyola Heights, Quezon City.

They are also accepting cash donations which may be sent to the following bank accounts: 

  • Account Name: The Philippine Animal Welfare Society, Inc.
  • BPI (Swift no. BOPIPHMM)
    • USD: 3944-0021-61
    • PHP: 3943-0086-11
  • PNB (Swift no. PNBM PHMM)
    • 888-70015305
Philippine Red Cross

The Philippine Red Cross is accepting cash and in-kind donations for typhoon-hit urban communities around Metro Manila.

For cash donations, you may send through the following accounts:

  • BDO
    Philippine Red Cross
    PESO Savings: 00-453-0190938
    DOLLAR Savings: 10-453-0039482
    Swift Code: BNORPHMM
  • Metrobank
    PESO Savings: 151-7-151524342
    DOLLAR Savings: 151-2-151002182
    Swift Code: MBTCPHMM
  • BPI
    PESO Savings: 4991-0036-52
    Swift Code: BOPIPHMM
    Reference Code: Name of Donor / Contact No.
  • Security Bank
    Peso Savings: 0132-0624-6400-3
    Dollar Savings: 0132-0624-6400-4 

Please send a copy of your deposit slip to emergencyappeal@redcross.org.ph.

The organization is also accepting perishable goods with an expiry date of not less than 6 months. You may send your in-kind donations to:

  • Philippine Red Cross Tower
    37 EDSA corner Boni Avenue
    Mandaluyong City

For further details, please contact the following:

Project Agapay

A project by the Sinagtala Initiative in Saint Louis University, this has targeted beneficiaries in Albay.

Cash donations may be sent to the following accounts:

  • BDO and BPI: Charles Calma 003700325368 / 3529416279
  • PayPal: jamyn11@gmail.com
  • Metrobank: 102-3-102-56610-7
  • GCash/CoinsPH/PayMaya: 09956-107316
  • Palawan Express/MLhuillier/Cebuana/Western Union: 0917-8086933

Please email a copy of the deposit slip to partnerships.repo@gmail.com.

RESBAK Express

RESBAK (RESpond and Break the Silence Against the Killings) is an alliance of artists, media practitioners, and cultural workers from all over the country, united by a primary goal of social awareness on extrajudicial killings.

The group is gathering donations for children in Metro Manila affected by Typhoon Ulysses, aged 3 months to 6 years old. Cash donations may be sent to the following accounts:

  • GCash
    • 09772905074
    • Faye Cura
  • BDO
    • 021660018878
    • Sipat Lawin Inc
    • Swift Code: BNORPHMM
  • BPI
    • 4259152416
    • Gabriela Dalena
    • Swift Code: BOPIPHMM
  • PayPal
    • Paypal.me/alons08

The group is also accepting donations in the form of diapers, blankets, clothes, toiletries, and other essentials. For information about dropping off in-kind donations, here are the group’s contact numbers:

  • Pasig: 0917855626
  • Muntinlupa: 09338659507
  • UP Village, Quezon City: 09209755574
  • Katipunan, Quezon City: 092454922851
Sagip Kapamilya

Sagip Kapamilya is the emergency humanitarian assistance program of ABS-CBN Lingkod Kapamilya. The program provides food and non-food relief to communities hit by disasters, as well as engages in rehabilitation and disaster risk reduction projects.

Cash donations may be sent to the following accounts:

  • BDO
    • Account Name: ABS-CBN Lingkod Kapamilya Foundation, Inc – Sagip Kapamilya
    • Peso Account Number: 0039301-14199 
    • Swift Code: BNORPHMM
  • BPI
    • Account Name: ABS-CBN Lingkod Kapamilya Foundation, Inc – Sagip Kapamilya
    • Peso Account Number: 4221-0000-27
    • Swift Code: BOPIPHMM
  • Metrobank
    • Account Name: ABS-CBN Lingkod Kapamilya Foundation, Inc – Sagip Kapamilya
    • Peso Account Number: 636-3-636-08808-1 
    • Swift Code: MBTCPHMM
  • PNB
    • Account Name: ABS-CBN Lingkod Kapamilya Foundation, Inc – Sagip Kapamilya
    • Peso Account Number: 1263-7000-4128 
    • Swift code: PNBMPHMM
  • Security Bank
    • Account Name: ABS-CBN Lingkod Kapamilya Foundation, Inc – Sagip Kapamilya
    • Peso Account Number: 000003312430-0 
    • Swift Code: SETCPHMM
  • BDO
    • Account Name: ABS-CBN Lingkod Kapamilya Foundation, Inc – Sagip Kapamilya
    • BDO Peso Account: 0039302-14711 
    • Swift Code: BNORPHMM

The program is also accepting in-kind donations such as canned goods, rice, water, and blankets. Please call 34114995 to facilitate dropping off of donations.

For more inquiries, contact foundation@abs-cbnfoundation.com.

San Isidro Labrador Parish, Bagong Silangan, Quezon City

Donate to the parish fund drive to rebuild houses damaged by Typhoon Ulysses:

BPI SILP PASTORAL COUNCIL PPC FUND – 0423-3306-86
GCASH ACCOUNT NUMBER – 09678018064

The parish also presents “Umahon at Manalig,” a 20-minute online concert-recollection at 7 pm on Saturday, November 21, as part of their post-Ulysses fund drive.

The concert features singer Jed Madela and Father Luciano Felloni.

For inquiries, please contact Father Sheldon Tabile, O.Carm., parish administrator of San Isidro Labrador Parish, at 09199490658.

Simbahang Lingkod ng Bayan

Simbahang Lingkod ng Bayan, the sociopolitical apostolate of the Society of Jesus in the Philippines, is accepting donations such as canned goods, bottled water, rice, instant noodles, powdered milk, hygiene kits, diapers, and sanitary napkins. These donations may be dropped off at the Ateneo de Manila University’s Loyola Schools Covered Courts. 

Those interested to send cash donations may also do so through the following accounts:

  • BPI
    • Simbahang Lingkod ng Bayan
    • 3081-1111-61
  • GCash
    • Pay Bills > Others > Simbahang Lingkod ng Bayan
Quarantine Tribute Tips 

Quarantine Tribute Tips (QTT) has launched the #ParaSaRizal project, which seeks to provide relief for hard-hit communities in Rizal province.

To help the group reach more residents, you may course cash donations to the following accounts: 

  • BDO
    • Jotham Russel Campo
    • 0044 5066 480

Similar to other initiatives, QTT is also accepting in-kind donations like food, water, hygiene products, blankets, medicines, surgical masks, alcohol, and school supplies. Those interested to send these necessities may contact the following: 

  • MAKATI – Nicole Correra at 09997782105
  • MANDALUYONG – Kinna Ebona at 09065407786
  • MANILA – Angelica Isabel Castro at 09173241540
  • QUEZON
    • Ana Patricia Non at 09451454390
    • Chin Ramirez at 09177280256
    • Sefia Macaraig at 09171900614
  • PARANAQUE – Carla Macasio at 09614949653
  • RIZAL – Erwin Santos at 09557702435
  • TAGUIG – Natalie Pacaliwangan at 09453007226
Rise for Education-Alliance UP

Rise for Education-Alliance UP launched a relief drive through its #TulongIsko initiative to help students affected by Typhoon Ulysses. For in-kind donations, you may contact one of the group’s members, Walter Stephen Canape, at 09178927357. Meanwhile, those interested to tap the group for sponsorship and partnership drives may send a message to tulongisko@gmail.com.

To help the group reach more students, you may send monetary donations to the following bank accounts: 

Samahan ng Nagkakaisang Pamilya ng Pantawid

Samahan ng Nagkakaisang Pamilya ng Pantawid  (SNNP) is also conducting relief efforts to aid affected communities. The group accepts monetary donations, which can be sent through the following accounts: 

  • GCASH
    • Jeana Catacio
    • 09396176593
  • BDO CASH CARD: 527270034869855
  • GCASH 
    • Sarah Pacayra
    • 09491563291

Meanwhile, those interested to provide in-kind donations with SNNP may reach out to the following contact persons:

  • Annabelle Luna
    • 09983972449
    • Sta. Ana, Manila
  • Tess Briones
    • 09178138377
    • San Fernando, Pampanga
  • Perla Adolfo
    • 09991654246
    • ANSA Office, Agcor Building, Katipunan, Quezon City
  • Jeana Catacio
    • 09396176593
    • Pembo, Makati
  • Debbie Bartolo
    • 09338659507
    • Muntinlupa
Tanging Yaman Foundation

Tanging Yaman Foundation is accepting in-kind donations such as canned goods, instant noodles, powdered milk, rice, bottled water, diapers, sanitary napkins, and hygiene kits. These can be dropped off at Ateneo de Manila University every Mondays to Fridays, from 8 am to 5 pm.

Monetary donations can also be sent to the following bank accounts: 

  • Metrobank
    • 448-7-44800988-9
    • Tanong, Marikina Branch
  • BPI
    • 9601-0002-42
    • Loyola Heights Branch
  • GCash
    • 09475659544
    • Herold Pelonio
Tulong Kabataan UP Diliman

Tulong Kabataan-UP Diliman, meanwhile, partnered with the University of the Philippines-Diliman Student Council and appealed for donations for victims of typhoon Ulysses. Those interested to make cash donations may do so through the following bank accounts: 

  • BPI
    • Patricia Emerie Dela Pena
    • 3879 0420 88
  • BDO
    • Keana Sumi Rachelle Nerona
    • 007000543504
  • Paypal: http://paypal.me/mayoipat
  • Gcash
    • 09503746162
    • Joshua Isaiah
  • Paymaya
    • Keana Sumi Nerona
    • 09174963606

Tulong Kabataan – UP Diliman is also asking for volunteers who can help them repack relief goods for affected communities. Interested volunteers may sign up here

Tulong Kabataan UP Manila

Tulong Kabataan Manila is conducting a relief drive for students of UP Manila who were affected by the typhoon. In-kind donations such as food packs, bottled water, face masks and face shields, and rain gear will also be accepted. These necessities can be dropped off at UPM USC Office, Old NEDA Building, OUR Compound, UP Manila, Padre Faura St., Ermita, Manila. 

Those interested to course cash donations to the group may send them to the following accounts:

  • GCASH
    • Alexandra Louise Formes
    • 0927 956 4094
  • BPI
    • Danna Lee Acosta
    • 3029 2237 68
  • PAYMAYA
    • Miguel Gabriel Camacho
    • 0936 929 2586
UP Fighting Maroons

To aid affected communities, UP Fighting Maroons, in partnership with the University of the Philippines, UP Resilience Institute, UP CHK, UP Pahinungod, and NTGBUP launched a relief drive dubbed as Sama-Sama, Tulong-Tulong. 

They are accepting monetary donations, which may be sent to the following account: 

  • BPI
    • 0993-0113-39
    • NowheretogobutUP Foundation, Inc.

The groups are also in need of in-kind donations such as food items, temporary shelter, drinking water, medicines, alcohol, face masks, face shields, and hygiene kits. These can be dropped off at CHK MBT Coaches Lounge from November 13 to 15, 8 am-5 pm. 

UST Senior High School

University of Santo Tomas-Senior High School (UST-SHS) is also conducting relief efforts for teachers, staff, and students affected by Typhoon Ulysses. 

In-kind donations such as flashlights, sleeping mats, bottled water, face mask, canned goods, laundry detergent, toiletries, medicines, blankets, and clothes will be accepted. Those interested in providing these necessities may drop their donations off at the entrance of the UST Frassati Building, Extremadura St.

Those interested to course cash donations may send them to the following accounts:

  • GCASH
    • 09057370583
    • Alyssa Feliciano
  • BDO
    • 0000 5033 9931
    • Jaezamie Ong
  • Security Bank
    • 0171 0954 8001
    • Myrna Espiritu
  • BPI
    • 0159 0625 03
    • Arleen B. Alferos

World Vision

World Vision launched different ways to help communities devastated by Typhoon Ulysses. To help them reach more residents, donations can be made through the following:

Yacap

Youth Advocates for Climate Change Action Philippines (YACAP) is also calling for monetary and in-kind donations to help affected communities. 

The group accepts in-kind donations such as non-perishable food, water, hygiene kits, pails, alcohol, and face shields, and masks. Drop off points will be at 26 Matulungin St., Brgy. Central, Quezon City.

Meanwhile, those interested to course monetary donations with the groups may send them through the following bank accounts: 

  • GCash
    • 0977 602 1417
    • Johanna Kelly Seras
  • BPI
    • 4439310486
    • Johanna Kelly Seras
  • BDO
    • 010640050611
    • Jon Angelo Maria Zeta Bonifacio
  • PayPal: http://paypal.me/jonmzboni

– with a report from Lance Mejico/Rappler.com

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