Catriona Gray, Angel Locsin lead celebs’ call to help SuperTyphoon Rolly victims

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These celebrities are all calling out to kind-hearted donors to help typhoon stricken victims in the Philippines. Photos from their social media accounts and NDRRMC FB.

Filipino celebrities have banded together to seek donations for the victims of Super Typhoon ‘Rolly’ with Catriona Gray and Angel Locsin in the lead.

As the world’s strongest typhoon in 2020 hit the Philippines on November 1, humanitarian calls are emerging like Robert Alejandro’s digital caricatures for a cause.

Eight Filipino celebrities have added their influence to calls to help the typhoon victims. The local celebrities, who have been actively joining philanthropic initiatives during the ongoing pandemic, took to social media to urge everyone to lend cash or in-kind products to be delivered to typhoon-stricken areas in the country such as Catanduanes and Albay.

Here are the Filipino celebrities and their Typhoon Rolly assistance initiative:

Angel Locsin

Gen T List honoree, Angel Locsin, posted regarding their cash assistance worth Php1,000 for the 1st 1,000 valid requests to be sent through Gcash from November 2-3, 2020.

“Sa aming maliit na paraan, nais po naming makapag-abot tulong sa mga kababayan nating nasalanta ng bagyong Rolly thru Gcash. Though we would like to reach out to everyone who are in need, our resources are limited and can only accommodate the first 1,000 valid requests,” captioned “Iba Yan’s” host.

To send your request for help, follow the instructions here.

Catriona Gray

Miss Universe 2018 Catriona Gray, who traces her roots to Bicol, calls “kind-hearted” donors to donate Php100 to Philippine Red Cross (PRC) in order to continue its plight to serve the affected communities and to also donate to Love Yourself Philippines, another organization she supports.

You may donate here at PRC or send your in-kind donations to any of LoveYourself community centers in NCR, Cebu & Cavite, or any Champion Community Centers near you.

Gary Valenciano

OPM icon Gary V, reposted ASAP official’s call for donations in ‘Sagip Kapamilya’ foundation saying, “Sagip Kapamilya needs your help to reach out to Filipinos affected by the devastation brought about by Typhoon #RollyPH.
You can make a difference.

You may send your donations here.

Ogie Alcasid

Another OPM legend Ogie Alcasid who top-billed a virtual concert for children’s welfare organized by World Vision Philippines, is calling out for donations through the organization.

“We can help our kababayans who have been affected by typhoon Rolly through @worldvisionphl.”

You may send your donations here.

Gretchen Ho

TV presenter and athlete Gretchen Ho, who leads bike donation drives for workers, shared the donation calls of World Vision Philippines and Ateneo de Manila.

You may send your donation through the Ateneo de Manila account.

Bianca Gonzales

TV host Bianca Gonzales also shared Sagip Kapamilya foundation’s donation call captioning her post “#RollyPH 🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽.”

Janine Gutierrez

“Babae at Baril” actress Janine Gutierrez shared the details from the Tanging Yaman Foundation on her social media accounts.

You may send your monetary or in-kind donations here.

Enchong Dee

Kapamilya actor Enchong Dee called out donors who want to pool in-kind donations through his Instagram stories such as hygiene kits and relief packs needed by the victims.

You may send a direct message to Enchong’s Instagram account.

SEND WELL WISHES and support in the comments below to Filipino celebrities who have banded together to call donations for the victims of Super Typhoon ‘Rolly.’

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Alyssa Leyda-Aldemo
Alyssa Leyda-Aldemo was a contributor in the News Letter of her former agency and is currently a content writer on her church's website and social media platform. She is now a full-time housewife who wants to re-ignite her passion for writing.