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Donations accepted! How to help through private citizens
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I’m compiling a list of smaller groups collecting donations.
Email me chuvaness@me.com if you would like to contribute to this list:

Donate in Eastwood for Leyte
Marisse Joson is accepting donations in kind at 17L, Michaelangelo Wing, Eastwood Palazzo, Eastwood City.
They are hoping to receive bottled water, easy to open canned food, and clothing (particularly clothing for children and babies).
Donations will be accepted until 10 AM Wednesday (November 13)—at which time a truck will arrive to pick-up to deliver goods to Ka Eskwela’s head office at 581 Wack Wack Road, Shaw Boulevard, Mandaluyong.
Ka Eskwela is helping their partner organization, Backpackers, which will target Barangays Balugo 1, 2 and Lawis, Leyte. These areas have not yet been reached by relief operations. Backpackers will travel there this weekend (Manila-Cebu via plane and Cebu-Ormoc, Leyte via boat).
Please direct inquiries to Marisse at (0927)608-4048. Should you have donations for pickup along Katipunan please text (0917)515-8858 for arrangements.

Donate in Greenhills for Ormoc
Paula Bondoc is collecting relief goods to fill up a C130 plane leaving on Saturday (November 16).
The relief goods will go to Ormoc and neighboring towns.
Drop off at 2 Nevada Street, Northeast Greenhills

Donate in Pasay City for Coron, Palawan
They mostly need food.
Drop off at the domestic airport c/o CM Aero services or Milgom
Delta Gate, Domestic Road, Pasay City
Contact Joy at (0917)847-1156 or Fel at (02) 852-1049.
If donating items other than food, please contact Gail Miller ‪at (0917) 831-3674‬

Eat and donate through Underground Supper Club
Special pop-up dinner at Cova this November 19. Php 3,500 per head.
100% of profits will go to the Philippine Red Cross.
To reserve, text (0927) 574-2727 or email: ugsupperclub@gmail.com.
Follow @ugsupperclub on Instagram

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Eya Capati-Peredo

Thank you for posting this! We’ve already had people come in with donations because they saw this on your blog. We are hoping to be able to continue receiving the following necessities: 1. Bottled Water 2. Canned Food 3. Clothing (particularly clothing for children and babies) Kaeskwela, with the help of their partner organization Backpackers, will be sending goods this weekend to areas in Leyte that have not been reached by aid. Please direct inquiries to Marisse at 09276084048. Should you have goods for donation that you’d like to have picked-up along Katipunan tomorrow morning, you may text me at… Read more »

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I hope people realise that donating is not a chance to get rid of unwanted stuff in your home. Anton Diaz posted this link on his facebook wall as well….10 worst things to donate after a disaster – http://money.howstuffworks.com/10-worst-things-donate-after-disaster.htm#page=1. Money sent tot he right people is still best [Reply]Anonymous Reply:November 13th, 2013 at 2:58 PMSo you’re saying people cannot donate their old or used stuff anymore? Kelangan bagong bili lng ang pwede donation?! What if some people want to donate but all they can donate are their used stuff in their home, so they cannot make a donation anymore because… Read more »

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So you’re saying people cannot donate their old or used stuff anymore? Kelangan bagong bili lng ang pwede donation?! What if some people want to donate but all they can donate are their used stuff in their home, so they cannot make a donation anymore because they cannot afford to buy new stuff for donation.. I didnt know choosy na pala ngayon

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What Ana meant was we give something useful to the victims, and in good condition, whether brand new or pre-loved. Other people tend to just ‘dump’ all unwanted stuff to donations for spring cleaning purposes.

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