Aug 14, 2018

The heavy rains over Luzon this weekend drove thousands to seek refuge at evacuation centers. While the flood levels are slowly going down, many still remain in need of help.

Flood victims all over the metro are in need of the following:

  • Food (canned goods, rice, eggs, dried fish, noodles)
  • Drinking water
  • Footwear
  • Clothing
  • Toiletries and hygiene kits
  • Medicine and first aid kits

Approach any of the following organizations, groups, and institutions if you have anything that could help the victims:

Gabriela Youth
Partner schools:
– Polytechnic University of the Philippines (0906-2875098)
– St. Scholastica’s College, Manila (0906-4672357)
– University of the Philippines – Manila (0916-4729179)
– University of the Philippines – Diliman (0977-4300421)

0905-1662317
[email protected]

Akbayan
34 Matiyaga St., Brgy. Pinyahan, Quezon City
0917-3030320
0977-8478411
901-3709

They also accept cash donations. Akbayan is also in need of volunteers for food pack preparation, transportation of goods to affected areas, and distribution of goods

Rotary Club of Marikina

ACT NCR Union
0919-8688154
0956-9211912
426-2238

Adamson University

Ateneo de Manila High School

Ateneo de Manila University/Ateneo de Manila University Disaster Response and Management (DReaM) Team

Also accepting cash donations. For inquiries, contact Ateneo DReaM Team through:
Office of the Vice President for Social Development
Frank Lynch SJ Hall Room 101
Fr. Arrupe Rd., Social Development Complex
Ateneo de Manila University
Loyola Heights, Quezon City
[email protected]

Donations will also be accepted at the Cervini Hall, Loyola Heights campus

 

De La Salle University
523-4143, 524-4611 loc. 417 or 147
0906-2094060
0906-3635760

Donations in cash and in kind can be dropped off at DLSU South Gate

Polytechnic University of the Philippines
0926-0630028

Donations in kind can be dropped off at the SAMASA Office, Charlie Del Rosario Building

For cash donations, contact Joshua 0915-268315

JCI Makati Princess Urduja

 

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