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Fifteen ways to help the victims of Typhoon Sendong

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Once more, it is time for Filipino netizens to unite in this time of crisis.

A few nights ago, Typhoon Sendong wreaked havoc in Northern Mindanáo. It brought so much destruction particularly in Cagayán de Oro and Iligan. Aside from the typhoon, a deadly mix of gigantic timbers/driftwood (swept by the rainwater from the nearby mountains due to illegal logging), high tide, and darkness (the tempest occurred during the night) contributed to the catastrophe that destroyed so many lives around the Río de Cagayán and elsewhere. As of this writing, the death toll has risen above 1,000. And it is feared to rise even more. 😦 The chaos caused by Typhoon Sendong proved to be more terrifying than Typhoon Ondoy.

Now it’s time to clean up. No political bickerings for now. This is the time that we all help our fellow Filipinos down south. We should not allow ourselves to be mere spectators of this tragedy, especially since Christmas is just around the corner. We are all part of this…


Here are 15 Different ways you can help the Victims of Sendong:




Volunteers are needed at DSWD Cagayán de Oro ( located at Masterson Road, Upper Carmen) to repack and deliver relief goods. Contact number: 09066150095.

B. DONATE (Old clothes, Blankets & Towels. Toiletries, Water, Canned Goods, Or Money)

2. Iligan City Government
Please address all monetary donations to:
Account Name: City Treasurer’s Office Iligan City
Trust Fund # 0820-016201-030
Bank Name: DBP (Development Bank of the Philippines), Iligan City

Running a soup kitchen in Iligan now. Donate any amount so they can continue to serve hot meals for homeless families in the neighborhood to BPI Loyola 3080.0073.44. Tweet @rockedradio for help

4. UA&P Student Executive Board-H.O.P.E.S. and Serve Life CDO, Inc.
Ready to accept donations for the flood victims of Cagayán de Oro / Misamis Oriental / Iligan. You may deposit thru Banco de Oro, CDO-Cogon Branch Acct#: 001918010567 (Acct Name: Serve Life CDO Inc). God bless you for your kindness! Please pass!


Emergency/Relief goods and equipment bound for Cagayán de Oro/Iligan- we have ships ready to transport them asap. For bulk items, bring directly to Abotiz/Negros Navigation, Pier 2, Manila. Call +63 2 211 5484 for more information.

6. Xavier University, Cagayán de Oro
Needs donations in CASH, FOOD (noodles, canned goods, etc.), BOTTLED WATER, and CLEAN CLOTHES. Details here:

7. Iligan Bloggers Society
Cash donations, canned goods, noodles, bath and laundry soaps, toothpaste, rice, used clothings, slippers will be very much appreciated. Details here:

8. ABS-CBN SAGIP KAPAMILYA. Donations accepted in cash and in kind.

-> Peso Account

Account name: ABS-CBN Foundation Inc.-Sagip Kapamilya
Account Number: 39301-14199
Swift Code: BNORPHMM

-> BDO Dollar Account

Account name: ABS-CBN Foundation Inc.-Sagip Kapamilya
Account Number: 39300-81622
Swift Code: BNORPHMM

-> PNB Peso Account

Account name: ABS-CBN Foundation Inc.-Sagip Kapamilya
Account Number: 419-539-5000-13
Swift Code: PNBMPHMM

-> BPI Peso Account

Account name: ABS-CBN Foundation Inc.-Sagip Kapamilya
Account Number: 3051-1127-75
Branch: West Triangle, Quezon City
Swift Code: BOPIPHMM

->BPI Dollar Account

Account name: ABS-CBN Foundation Inc.-Sagip Kapamilya
Account Number: 3054-0270-35
Branch: West Triangle, Quezon City
Swift Code: BOPIPHMM

ABS-CBN Foundation Inc.
Mother Ignacia cor. Eugenio Lopez St.
Diliman, Quezon City
*You may send rice, canned gods, noodles, biscuits, coffee, sugar, clothes, blankets, mats, medicines


You may go to GMA Kapuso Foundation, 2nd floor, Kapuso Center, GMA 7, EDSA Diliman, Quezon City or call 9284299/9289351.


Peso Savings

Account Name: GMA Kapuso Foundation, Inc.
Account Number: 3-098-51034-7

Dollar Savings

Account Name:GMA Kapuso Foundation, Inc.
Account Number:2-098-00244-2


Peso Savings

Account Name: GMA Kapuso Foundation, Inc.
Account Number:115-184777-2 or 160-111277-7

Dollar Savings

Account Name: GMA Kapuso Foundation, Inc.
Account Number: 01-115-301177-9 or 01-160-300427-6

10. Cebuana Lhuillier Pawnshops Nationwide.

For your donations to be properly acknowledged, please fax the bank transaction slip at nos. +63.2.527.0575 or +63.2.404.0979 with your name, address and contact number.

11. Globe G-Cash.

Text DONATE(space)AMOUNT(space)MPIN(space)SLB and send to 2882

Please address donations in kind to:

Corpus Christi School, Tomasaco Street, Cagayán de Oro
Contact Harvey Maraguinot : 0917-8888427

GK Missionville, Purok 3, Canaway, Tibanga, Iligan City
Contact Judi Bentoy : 09178888745

Contact Binsoi Rivera : 09175007092
Silliman University, Dumaguete City
St. Scholastica Academy Gym, La Salle Avenue, Bacolod

Donations Through Bank Deposit
Gawad Kalinga Philippine Peso Current Account
# 3101 0977 56 BPI EDSA Greenhills

Gawad Kalinga US$ Savings Account
# 3104 0162 34 BPI EDSA Greenhills

Swift code: BOPIPHMM

13. LBC Express

Now accepts donations for typhoon Sendong victims. You may drop off your donations in any LBC Express branch. To All Pinoys in Singapore you can drop your donations at LBC AirCargo #04-077 Lucky Plaza, Orchard Rd.

14. DSWD

Donations can be sent to: National Resource Operations Center (NROC) 852-8081(24 hours),Chapel Road, Pásay City (back of Air Transportation Office).

Donations can also be brought at all DSWD Field Offices. For DSWD NCR: San Rafael St., Legarda, Manila

Those living near the South: DSWD FO IV-A:Alabang-Zapote Road, Alabang, Muntinlupà City 1770 Tel. No: (02) 807-4140Fax No: (02) 807-1518.

-> Through Mobile
-Globe. Text RED to 2899. You may transfer P5, 25, 50, 100, 300, 500
-Smart. Text RED to 4143. Valid donation amounts 10, 25, 50, 100

-> In-Kind Donation


Please send in-kind local donations to Philippine Red Cross – National Headquarters in Manila. We could also arrange for donation pick-up


Step 1. Send a letter of intent to donate to the PRC.

Step 2. A letter of acceptance from PRC shall be sent back to the donor.

Step 3. Immediately after shipping the goods, please send the (a) original Deed of Donation, (b) copy of packing list and (c) original Airway Bill for air shipments or Bill of Lading for sea shipments to Philippine Red Cross – National Headquarters c/o Secretary General Gwendolyn Pang, Bonifacio Drive, Port Area, Manila 1018, Philippines.

The PRC does not accept rotten, damaged, expired or decayed goods. Though we appreciate your generosity, PRC also discourages donations of old clothes as we have more than enough to go around.

->Through Cebuana Lhuillier

We can now accept donations in any of the 1,500 Cebuana Lhuillier pawnshops nationwide.

For your donations to be properly acknowledged, please fax the bank transaction slip at nos. +63.2.527.0575 or +63.2.404.0979 with your name, address and contact number.

-> Bank accounts for Donations

Banco De Oro
Peso: 00-453-0018647
Dollar: 10-453-0039482

Bank of the Philippine Islands
Peso: 4991-0036-52
Dollar: 004994-0103-15

Peso: 151-3-041631228
Dollar: 151-2-15100218-2

Philippine National Bank
Peso: 3752 8350 0034
Dollar: 3752 8350 0042

Unionbank of the Philippines
Peso: 1015 4000 0201
Dollar: 1315 4000 0090

All Check/Cash for the account of Philippine Red Cross (Swift Codes):

Banco De Oro – BNORPHMM
Bank of the Philippine Islands – BOPIPHMM
Metrobank – MBTCPHMM
Philippine National Bank – PNBMPHMM
Unionbank of the Philippines – UNPHPHMM

-> For Online Donations:

Please fill up the form at
Payment method: Credit Card, Online Banking, Megalink
Accepts: GreenPeso, PayPal, Bancnet, and GCash


Special thanks to my cousin Jam Alas for the above info. I’m proud of you for doing this! 😀


10 responses »

  1. God does not create calamities . There’s no reason to blame HIM. It’s not a coincidence why unpleasant things unite a group, a family, a wake of a family member or friend becomes a reunion? A expert about things beyond our eyes can see once said that ” negative vibrations attract negative vives. Negative energy can trigger natural calamities -even violent confrontations. God created a perfect world with simple rules. He is like one who designed a complicated giant computer. One has to know how to operate it. One will follow the logic of its operating system. If we push the wrong buttons or insert something not needed will damage the system. Garbage in garbage out. But the beauty of this is that it can heal itself . So balanced. Very intelligent machine.
    Man has violated many rules . It has to suffer a bit before it heals itself or as the Designer to come an repair it for us . The past past our country’s leaders set a Program that destroyed the system . A virus called “Vengeance I ” . or ABNOY I . It divided the land. In pretext of healing the computer, they inserted more viruses. The Virus mutated. No one could use the computer well like before. The virus created a virus SENDONG to heal it. There is a bit of calmness. Ignorance of the Law excuses no one As what is known to law students and lawyers ” the law might be harsh but that’s the Law” At times it takes a long time for the computer to heal itself.


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  5. Perfect information! I have been searching for something similar to this for a time long time these days. With thanks! On the other hand, I’m glad to share this helpful info on how to help the people in CDO and Iligan. LBC Accepts Donations for CDO Iligan Victims Let us share this helpful information.


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  10. Nice post. Thanks for sharing. I hope that preventative measures can be put in place soon. One thing that can be done which costs nothing is each individual take responsibility for their garbage and put it where it belongs instead of throwing it all over the streets, rivers, and everywhere else.



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