Jan 18, 2020

After Taal Volcano’s phreatic eruption last Jan. 12, many have joined in on sharing their goodwill with those who were affected by the ashfall. Evacuation centers were put up to accommodate evacuees, wherein organizations and individuals alike have been gathering donations and visiting these centers to personally help and carry out the necessary operations.

If you have some free time and are looking for more ways to volunteer, these organizations are looking for people who can help onsite. Whether it be helping out in packing goods or sharing medical expertise, any form of manpower is beneficial to the evacuees. Here’s some information to help you out.


For individuals who are willing to help with relief operations, and personally drop off donations, this is a list of addresses for evacuation centers.


Posted by GO Batangas on Monday, January 13, 2020


The Department of Social Welfare and Development Region IV-A and the Christ Commission Fellowship has an ongoing call for volunteers to help with packing relief items.

#TaalVolcano Relief OperationsWe are in need of volunteers for the repacking of goods for the affected families of the…

Posted by DSWD Region IV-A on Sunday, January 12, 2020

Dear friends, many communities and families are affected by the recent Taal Volcano eruption. Many are now in the…

Posted by Danilo Urquico on Sunday, January 12, 2020


To help in cooking and preparing meals for the evacuees, The Art Relief Mobile Kitchen is open for volunteers to join.

ARMK IS ON THE GROUND! AT THE REDEMTORIST CHURCH in LIPA CITY,Batangas. Support our Feed mission for the evacuees of the…

Posted by Art Relief Mobile Kitchen on Monday, January 13, 2020


Love Education is looking for volunteers to buy N95 masks, and drive around affected areas to give the masks to children.

People around Taal need your love! The plan – bring appropriate masks, water, and food to the kids on affected areas….

Posted by Love Education Philippines on Sunday, January 12, 2020


The Mapua Univerisity’s Chemical, Biological, Mechanical Engineering and Sciences Student Council, The Akbayanihan Foundation, and Tulong Kabataan are looking for volunteers for their own relief initiatives.

CALL FOR DONATIONS! 📢Due to the recent activities of Taal Volcano, a total of 300,000 nearby residents were subjected…

Posted by CBMES Student Council on Monday, January 13, 2020


‪Akbayanihan Foundation Inc. is accepting donations for the communities affected by the Taal Volcano Eruption. Details on the drop off points and volunteer opportunities listed below! 😊 #TaalEruption2020 ‬

Posted by RJ Naguit on Tuesday, January 14, 2020

#TulongKabataan #TaalEruptionOur brothers and sisters in affected by the Taal eruption are in need of donations. About…

Posted by Tulong Kabataan on Sunday, January 12, 2020


Header photo courtesy of Nino Jesus Orbeta from Inquirer.net

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