Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Please DONATE for the victims of Typhoon Yolanda in the Philippines

From the Philippine Red Cross

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Appeal for donations for 2013

The situation
After battling numerous disasters and helping millions of people in 2012 and with the success of the recently concluded Million Volunteer Run-2, the organization is gearing up for other tough tests in 2013.
The Philippine Red Cross, “always first, always ready and always there” is all set to face the challenges of 2013 and thus aims to be more active, more effective and more prompt in implementing its humanitarian efforts this year in Disaster Management, Blood Services, Safety, Community Health and Nursing, Social, Red Cross Youth Services and promotion of International Humanitarian Law.

The needs

To effectively perform our job, PRC will provide training to trainers, purchase more equipment, upgrade physical capability, improve technological know-how and intensify daily operations that will uplift our humanitarian services to all, especially to the most vulnerable.
In order to realize these programs and activities, we would like to seek your assistance and ask you to be our partner in helping those who are in need.

Appeal for help

Together, we can significantly reduce the impact of disasters, public health emergencies, improve health and well-being at the individual, family and community levels, reduce unnecessary suffering from armed conflict and ensure that the Philippine Red Cross is a well-functioning National Red Cross Society.
We would like to make an appeal to our dear donors to help by donating to the Philippine Red Cross. You can reach us through our email or you may call the fund generation office at (02) 5270575.

Receiving of donations

The Philippine Red Cross Fund Generation Department and its chapters are now accepting donations in cash and in kind to provide for the needs in the affected areas. Please contact Mr. Ronald Zacarias, Manager for Corporate Relations and Online Gift-giving Unit, Ms. Jean Cristine Baligad and/or Ms. Marlyn Salanio at telephone numbers (+632) 527.0575 or at (+632) 527.0000 loc. 114 / 151 / 165 or email us at

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