Monday, September 28, 2009

Typhoon Ondoy

It's good to be home, but I'm saddened by everything that's happened around Manila.
photo: Jeje
photo: Getty images

A post from my friend Roni:
Just to give you guys a better picture of what happened:
Hurricane Katrina Rainfall=380mm in Louisiana; Typhoon Ondoy=410mm in Manila.
How to help:
  • Enderun Colleges: Sept. 28 (tomorrow) before 11am @ 1100 Campus Avenue, McKinley Hill, Fort Bonifacio Taguig
  • Cebuanos: Drop off goods at Banilad Church of Christ (in front of Bright Academy ) Mon-Fri, 9am to 5pm.
  • Another for Cebu: drop-off center at FORMO lounge from Sept. 28 (Monday) to Oct. 1 Thursday)
  • UA&P: 8am on Septemeber 28, 2009. Donate cash, canned goods, clothes, blankets, medicines, etc.
  • For those abroad who want to help: donate using your credit card to Sagip Kapamilya
  • Philippine Red Cross
  • from:

  • La Salle schools:

Blogs listing more ways to help:
(1) (2) (3) (4)


Anonymous said...

you're awesome for doing this!

Noelle V. Dotillos said...

Thank you Ral for this.
As for Cebuano followers/readers of this blog, you may go to this link ( to know the other areas where you can drop off your donations.
Thank you.

Raleene said...

no problemo :)

cybele/yuki said...

This is breaks my pure lil heart :(( People should stop throwing trash the goverment SHOULD do something. They're not even lifting a finger!

Anyhow, how was your NY trip?

-Cy Yuki

Raleene said...

Yeah even until now, some evacuees are still irresponsibly throwing their trash around! when are people ever going to learn???

My NY trip was a blast, of course! I hate that I keep getting reminded of NY everyday. I miss it SOOO much. And I keep wondering when I'll ever get to go back. *sigh*

Philippines Natural Disaster said...

It is very unfortunate for our Filipino brothers to be hit by typhoon Ondoy. I have seen the massive flooding and the flood victims on TV and it is really horrible.

Phils Calamities said...

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.