Call For Help: Where You Can Donate For Typhoon Odette Victims
Call For Help: Where You Can Donate For Typhoon Odette Victims
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Call For Help: Where You Can Donate For Typhoon Odette Victims

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The deadliest storm that has hit the Philippines this year, here’s a list of official sites where you can donate and volunteer at to help victims of Typhoon Odette.

Related: Here Are Effective Ways You Can Help During Typhoon Season In The Philippines

On the day before landfall, typhoon Odette rapidly strengthened from a Category 1 to a Category-5 equivalent storm. As it struck last Saturday, the super typhoon has displaced thousands of individuals from tourists to citizens in Leyte, Negros, Cebu, Palawan, Surigao, Bohol, Iloilo Samar, and Cagayan De Oro. The need for national assistance and media coverage on the heavy-affected areas is vital as the cities are left with little to no communication lines and electricity, alongside a critical shortage of food, water, and gas.

According to the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council, over 181,000 families have been affected by Odette with 480,000 seeking shelter in evacuation centers. A total of 1.8 million Filipinos are listed as “affected” by the floods and winds.

Organizations have put together relief efforts to help our fellow kababayans and others are providing reports on the catasphore. Palawan is in need of relief goods such as canned food, tents, solar lights, water filters, and hygiene kits. While in Surigao, locals are needing constructions materials such as common nails, electrical pipes, roofing materials, solar lights, alongside water filters, and satellite phones.

Here’s a list of official donation and volunteer drives for Typhoon Odette:

Philippine Red Cross 

Ateneo De Manila University

De La Salle Zobel

Ayala Foundation

For The Future Philippines

PAWSsion Project

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