LIST: Super Typhoon Odette victims donation channels

Super Typhoon Odette donation channels
These non-profit organizations are calling for donations from kind-hearted netizens to help those affected by the onslaught of Typhoon Odette in parts of the Visayas and Mindanao.

Here’s where you can donate to help Filipino families recover from the devastation wrought by Super Typhoon Rai, known in the Philippines as Odette.

According to reports, widespread flooding and heavy rains caused severe damage in the central and southern parts of the Philippines, affecting more than a million residents in the areas hardest hit by the typhoon.

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Typhoon Odette ravaged parts of the Visayas and Mindanao before it exited the Philippine Area of Responsibility on Saturday, December 18, 2021, according to the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC).

Rescue and relief operations are now underway in the most devastated areas in the country following the aftermath of the Category 5 typhoon. By supporting these initiatives, you’ll be helping provide emergency kits, financial assistance, shelter, and more to those who need them the most.

Check out this list of credible organizations and groups that are calling for donations to aid victims of Typhoon Odette in the Philippines:

Caritas Manila

Caritas Manila, through its Caritas Damayan program, is appealing for cash donations to support its initiatives aiding typhoon victims in the country.

You can also purchase donation vouchers on Lazada through Caritas Manila’s Flagship Store.

Ateneo de Manila University

Ateneo de Manila University is asking for cash donations for Typhoon Odette Relief Operations. Donations received will be used to provide food for communities that will be affected by the typhoon.

Philippine Red Cross

The Philippine Red Cross, the country’s premier humanitarian organization, is calling for cash donations for its relief operations in Visayas and Mindanao.

https://twitter.com/philredcross/status/1472226953767751682

Ayala Foundation

The Ayala Foundation is now accepting donations to help storm-ravaged communities all over the country.

World Vision Philippines

World Vision is launching an emergency response to help affected vulnerable children and families.

By donating to Typhoon Odette emergency appeal, you’ll help provide essentials like hygiene kits, emergency shelter kits and more. Your support helps bring immediate disaster relief and supplies, and long-term recovery so people can rebuild their lives.

Donate here.

GCash

Donate any amount to your preferred non-profit organization by scanning the QR Code below.

MSC Mission Office Philippines, Inc.

The Missionaries of the Sacred Heart Mission Office Phils is now preparing to send support to the typhoon-affected communities in Visayas and Mindanao.

The Appledrive Project

Buy virtual apples for a minimum of Php100 (2 USD) to raise funds for victims of #TyphoonOdette. All proceeds will go directly to relief efforts for Filipino families.

UNICEF Philippines

You can help UNICEF Philippines’ relief efforts for children and their families in typhoon-ravaged areas by scanning the QR code below.

Kids for Kids PH

Youth-led empowerment and charity organization Kids for Kids is calling for cash donations to reach needy communities in Siargao and Cebu, among others.

In-kind donations for drinking water, water filters, tents, non-perishable food items, solar lights and generators, blankets, satellite phones, tables, and portable fans are also welcome.

Pawssion Project

Local animal welfare organization Pawssion Project is calling for donations to help save the animals of Siargao Island.

Previous typhoon relief efforts include these artworks from mud from disaster areas, Filipino actor Alden Richards’ online streaming drive for typhoon victims, and Los Angeles’ HiFi Kitchen who teamed up with the non-profit Apl.De.Ap Foundation in a fundraising event benefiting typhoon relief efforts in the Philippines.

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