LIST: Super Typhoon Karding Philippine Community Relief Drives

Karding Philippine Community Relief Drives
Karding (Noru) ravaged the Philippines on Sunday, September 25, 2022. Archive photo from Rural Rising Philippines.

Here is a list of Super Typhoon Karding (International name: Noru) community relief drives where you can send help to those severely affected by the tropical cyclone which made landfall and caused life and property damages, flooding, and landslides in the Philippines on Sunday, September 25, 2022.

The National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) initial report on Monday morning enumerated the following damages to life and property on Sunday brought on by Super Typhoon Karding’s fierce winds and heavy monsoon rains:

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  • 2,444 pre-emptively evacuated from Regions 1, 2, and 6, CALABARZON, MIMAROPA with 643 persons displaced
  • 653 persons (164 families) affected in 28 barangays of 15 cities and municipalities in 5 provinces of 5 regions (Bicol, Cagayan, Cordillera, Mimaropa, Western Visayas)
  • 590 individuals (147 families) evacuated to 34 centers
  • 2,737 passengers, 260 rolling cargoes, 24 vessels, and 13 motor bancas stranded in Bicol, Calabarzon, and Mimaropa after 47 seaports were closed
  • PHP 1 million worth of damage to infrastructure in Mimaropa
  • 12 cities and municipalities experiencing power interruptions
  • communication lines issues experienced in Ilocos and Western Visayas
  • 493 classes and 339 work schedules suspended
  • 2 roads not passable in Bicol
  • 2 flights cancelled

Additionally, Central Luzon regional police reported that 5 rescuers were killed during the flash flood in Barangay Camias, San Miguel, Bulacan on Sunday evening.

The super typhoon forecast issued by the Philippine Atmospheric Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) mobilized various private groups to set up relief drives in anticipation of victims of Super Typhoon Karding. Among these are:

Youth Advocates for Climate Action Philippines

Call for Donations to go to affected communities in NCR and Luzon.

Cash donations channels:

  • Paypal:
  • GCash: 09955509183 (B. Panlaqui)
  • BPI: 4439409865 (Alab Mirasol Ayroso)
  • BDO: 006520157928 (Alab Mirasol Ayroso)

Contact the group here:


Rural Rising Philippines

Call for donations of clothes, canned/packaged food, and cooking pots and pans for the farmers and fisherfolk affected by the typhoon

Drop-off points are as follows:

  • RURI HOUSE—72 Maayusin Street, UP Village, Diliman, Quezon City (0917 718 7787)
  • RURI SOUTH—Old Transport Terminal Bldg., Alabang Town Center, Theater Dr., Ayala Alabang, Muntinlupa (0197 166 7787)

Inquiries here:


For our Farmers PH, Inc.

For immediate relief and assistance to local farmers and fisherfolk affected by Karding PH

Donation lines here:


Maginhawa Community Pantry PH

Call for Volunteers for cooking and repacking of Community Kitchen Packs with basic ingredients champorado, miswa, and soup, as well as drivers and riders to bring relief packages for Metro Manila evacuees

  • In-Kind donations: Fil Garcia Tower Kalayaan St. Quezon City. Contact Ayla Conda 0915 891 4666
  • GCASH 09451454390 (Ann Patricia Non)
  • BDO 001430247639 (Ana Patricia B. Non)

Inquiries here:


Foundation for Philippine Progress

Overseas Filipino communities are being asked to support ongoing relief efforts with donations to help meet the immediate needs of those affected.

Support will go towards:

  • First aid and primary healthcare services to families displaced by this calamity and those staying in evacuation camps
  • Shelter and sleeping materials
  • Food, water, and hygiene supplies
  • Supplies to rebuild and repair homes, boats, and farms in affected areas
  • Other needs as identified by affected communities

Please donate at

PLEASE SEND HELP to people severely affected by Karding in the Philippines.

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