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How to Help Typhoon Victims Without Even Leaving Home

If you want to help typhoon victims while you’re also stuck in a rut yourself, don’t despair. You can still be able to help typhoon victims even though you’re inside your houses – technology has now made it possible to do so.

While my family and I were on the cab, we listened to the hundreds of families at Cagayan de Oro who are in need of our help. This is all because of Typhoon “Sendong”.

No one could have ever foreseen this kind of emergency to happen. It all happened in such a blur, and in that sudden blur, hundreds of lives have been taken. This is such a tragedy…

We Filipinos should better stand up and realize that we all need to contribute our share of help to all the victims. Remember the benefits of giving back? Start helping typhoon victims!

I think this is very unfortunate and this is even made worse with the fact that Christmas is just around the corner.
What better way to celebrate Christmas than to give?

Help Typhoon Victims

I am going to present to you a list which includes donations which can be easily done by you and me within the comforts of your home. This is a great idea and it promotes an increased chance of helping because of the convenience!

Here they are:

1. RED CROSS through Globe users:
Text RED <amount> and send it to 2899. You can donate in these denominations: 5, 25, 50, 100, 300, 500 and 1000.

2. RED CROSS through Smart users:
Text RED <amount> and send it to 4143. You can donate in these denominations: 10, 25, 50 and 100.

Donate online by going here.

Help them by going here.

Fill out the form here.

What are you all waiting for?

Donate now because every peso counts.

Make your money count.

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