Just a week after Typhoon Rolly devastated Catanduanes and nearby areas, another destructive typhoon struck the country. With national government response lacking and many local government units left to fend for themselves, many of the survivors are calling out to the public directly to ask for assistance. Preen is collecting these calls for donations to help out those in need. You can also check out the extensive lists made by YouthRisePH, a coalition of different youth groups that have banded together to provide relief to the survivors affected by the recent storms.
Don’t forget, though: Private individuals should never have been considered as the first respondents, or the first people to turn to when disaster strikes. It should not be up to us to help out our countrymen on a national level. Times like these are what governments are for. Or at least, they should be.
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My closest friends/family, @_badstudent is having a hard time right now. Their equipments and riso machine got all washed up because of the flood from Typhoon #UlyssePH . They were preparing for Tokyo Art Book Fair on November 16 and here’s how you can help them 😔💔 pic.twitter.com/qFq7jFWE7i
Muling nananawagan ang Gabriela Youth para sa mga donasyon at nais mag-volunteer. Lahat ng makakalap na donasyon ay mapupunta sa mga residente ng Distrito 2, Quezon City, Tondo, Manila, at iba pang bahagi ng Luzon na malubhang nasalanta ng bagyo! pic.twitter.com/IFC6WLi761
Bahaghari is currently accepting in-kind donations. We are aiming to provide hot meals and assistance for families struck by #UlyssesPH, many of whom have lost their homes, and have yet to eat warm foods since the storm.
Kamusta kayo, Neighbors? We hope everyone’s doing fine. Postponed muna ang #GayaSaPelikulaFinale tonight to next week. For now, let’s support the neighborhood in raising funds for those affected by #UlyssesPH. Para ito sa Tulong Kabataan, Bahaghari, Gabriella, and Angat Buhay. pic.twitter.com/U3bm8dcBuc