Typhoon Odette Relief: How to Donate

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While Christmas is over, the spirit of giving continues. Families are still picking up the pieces after Typhoon Odette (international name Rai) and need our help. If you can, please donate to any of the groups here, or share this post so more people can reach out.

1. Lokal Lab

To donate to Siargao relief efforts, send cash donations to locally based NGO Lokal Lab here.

The group also accepts bulk donations of construction materials, roofing materials, solar chargers, and water filters at their new drop-off points.

2. Team Leni Robredo

Send face masks, rubbing alcohol, ready-to-eat food, bottled water, and sanitary kits to the Leni-Kiko Volunteer Center at 284 Katipunan Ave., Quezon City (entrance at 33 Esteban Abada St.)

For a full list of contact numbers and cash donation accounts, visit the team's Instagram profile at @teamlenirobredo.

3. Aksyon ng Kabataan Organization

Aksyon ng Kabataan Organization is accepting cash and in-kind donations through several payment options and locations. For details, updates, and FAQs, tap on the tag and visit their Facebook page.

4. Gawad Kalinga

Gawad Kalinga aims to provide aid to 3,000 families in Surigao, Southern Leyte, Cebu, Negros, Bohol, Palawan, and other affected areas.

They are accepting donations of Php 250 (food packs), Php 1,000 (relief packs), and Php 2,500 (roof repair) via GCash, bank deposit, Visa, and Mastercard. For more details, click here.

5. Waves for Water Philippines

Waves for Water Philippines needs your help in deploying water filtration systems to several locations affected by Typhoon Odette, including Bohol, Dinagat Island, Cebu, and Surigao del Norte.

They are accepting cash donations via GCash and major banks. For PayPal and credit card donations, click here.

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