Here’s a running list of donation drives you can support the relief efforts for the victims of Typhoon Karding.
On Sunday, September 25, Typhoon Karding (International name: Noru), barreled through parts of Luzon, bringing heavy rains and winds through many provinces and cities. Already, the storm is the strongest recorded typhoon to have hit the Philippine so far. Right before it landed, Karding was given the super typhoon category with some parts reaching as high as signal number five. Luckily, it weakened back to typhoon status just as it hit the country mainly thanks to Sierra Madre, the longest mountain range in the country, as the mountains disorganized the storm’s heavy winds. It was yet another reminder of just as how the Sierra Madre protects Luzon from typhoons, we should also protect it from deforestation, illegal mining, and other man-made destructive acts.
Still, thousands had to leave their home with thousands more seeing damages to their homes, rice fields, and farmlands across Central Luzon. With relief and rescue operations currently underway, here’s a running list of donation drives where you can donate money or other goods to helped displaced families and individuals.
BE A RAINBOW VOLUNTEER OR DONATE! 🏳️🌈#BuklodBahaghari is now calling for donations and Rainbow Volunteers for our upcoming relief operations. We are seeking to provide warm food and basic items for communities in Metro Manila hard-hit by #KardingPH.#ReliefPH#BuklodBahaghari pic.twitter.com/Ka05ANEnam— Bahaghari (@Bahaghari_PH) September 25, 2022
#IskoOps | Call for Donations and Volunteers— UP Diliman University Student Council (@USCUPDiliman) September 25, 2022
In partnership with Tulong Kabataan PH, the UP Diliman University Student Council is once again launching IskoOps to help those affected by #KardingPH. In line with this, the USC and TK are calling for donations and volunteers. pic.twitter.com/Sbk9CO8lb3
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🚨 Mga Kapitbahay! 🚨— Pop Emergency 🚨 (@popemergencyph) September 25, 2022
As early as 7:30PM today, we have raised PHP 7,500.00 in anticipation to all of the needs of our Kababayans that will be greatly impacted by #KardingPH.
All proceeds will go to @angatbuhay_ph’s initiatives to help the victims of the typhoon #PopMovement pic.twitter.com/kNFO5vW20d
Kasalukuyan ng namiminsala ang #KardingPH sa Polilio Island. Bilang paghahanda, maaaring magpadala ng donasyon sa aming tanggapan para sa ating kababayang maaapektuhan ng bagyo.— Citizens’ Disaster Response Center (@cdrc1984) September 25, 2022
Mag-ingat tayong lahat! pic.twitter.com/3opJMJzK1H
HELP. DONATE. VOLUNTEER.— GABRIELA | A National Alliance of Women (@gabrielaphils) September 25, 2022
GABRIELA IS CALLING FOR DONATIONS AND VOLUNTEERS to help our countrymen who are currently being hit by #SuperTyphoonKardingPH.
Let’s work together to set up community kitchens and relief operations in evacuation areas. pic.twitter.com/YwHDqWEEwE
[CALL FOR DONATIONS]#LingkodKatribu is calling for donations, cash or in-kind, for indigenous families affected by the recent tropical storm #KardingPH. Want to help? View our channels ⬇️#ReliefPH #DonatePH pic.twitter.com/LUBt4LvURr— Katribu Youth (@katribu_natl) September 25, 2022
For The Future has an typhoon relief donation page where you can donate money to help on-going and long term efforts.
Caritas Manila calls for donations to provide relief assistance to our brothers and sisters affected by the recent super typhoon #karding.— Caritas Manila (@CaritasManila) September 26, 2022
You may share your blessings through the donation portals below or visit https://t.co/YTZ88rjzAP#CaritasManila #CharityWork pic.twitter.com/tjHwLQZKfg
Pagtulungan nating makabangon ang mga kababayan natin nasalanta ng bagyong Karding. pic.twitter.com/cRTmO40SVk— Ka Leody de Guzman (@LeodyManggagawa) September 26, 2022
We are calling for donations in cash or in kind. Focus ang @AngatKalikasan and our partners on communities na baka hindi marating ng ayuda – IPs in Daraitan, Tanay, farmers in Gapan, Nueva Ecija and residents in San Miguel, Bulacan. #AKaPAngAmbagKo pic.twitter.com/LkgPvSKGUE— Teddy B. Baguilat (@TeddyBaguilatJr) September 26, 2022
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