LIST: Where To Donate For Super Typhoon Karding Victims

They accept cash and in-kind donations.

IMAGE Facebook/Patreng Non

Several organizations have launched relief operations or donation drives for victims of Super Typhoon Karding (Noru), which made landfall in Central Luzon on Sunday, September 25. If you have the means to donate and volunteer, we have a list of places where you can offer help.

Donation drives for Typhoon Karding victims:

Patreng Non

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Patreng Non, the woman behind the community pantry movement that transpired during the pandemic, is accepting in-kind donations and cash for community kitchen kits. These kits have basic ingredients to make champorado, miswa, and sopas.

Rural Rising

Rural Rising is working on a "Call for Succor" for the farmers and fisherfolk that are affected by typhoon Karding. For the meantime, they are encouraging donations of clothes, cookware, canned food and drop them off at Rural Rising's offices.

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JCI Marikina Sapatos

Frontliners' Kitchen is pooling donations so they can deliver food, water, toiletries, and other essentials to the affected areas. They are encouraging in-kind donations such as ready-to-eat food, rice, egg, (ingredients for lugaw), drinking water, hygiene kits, and blankets.

For Our Farmers

Four Our Farmers PH, Inc. is a nonprofit organization that helps Filipino farmers. 

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Ateneo de Manila University

Ateneo De Manila University is accepting cash donations to buy essentials, like food and water, for the affected communities.

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UP Diliman University

The University of the Philippines Diliman's University Student Council is calling for donations and volunteers to help the victims of typhoon Karding. In a Tweet, they mentioned donations can be the following: "Rice, Biscuits, Canned Goods, Ready-to-eat Pack, Bottled Water, Soap, Shampoo/Conditioner, Toothbrush, Toothpaste, Pantyliners, Napkins, Alcohol, Masks, Powdered Milk/Coffee, Instant Noodles, and Blankets."

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