LIST: Numbers and Foundations Helping Out For Typhoon Karding
Here’s a running list of numbers from local government units and relief operations as Typhoon Karding batters Luzon.
Typhoon Karding (international name Noru) which entered as a Super Typhoon made its landfall in Quezon and Aurora on Sunday, September 25. Malacañang already announced the suspension of classes at all levels and work in government offices.
Evacuation in low-lying areas has been mobilized by local government units as well. Various groups have also activated relief operations and LGUs have posted emergency numbers. Malls have made announcements for those who need to charge phones and park their cars from the floods.
This story on Typhoon Karding will be updated.
Rural Rising Philippines
Members of Rural Rising Philippines called for donations for the farmers and fisherfolk in Central Luzon whose crops and livelihood might be affected as different storm signals are still up.
Katribu Youth announced it has launched the Lingkod Katribu for indigenous families that will be affected by the typhoon.
Quezon City Goverment
The local government of Quezon City has also posted hotline numbers and constant updates on its social media accounts.
Pampanga Emergency Numbers
The Pampanga Public Information Office (PIO) has posted emergency hotline numbers that Cabalens can contact.
Marikina Local Goverment
The Marikina Public Information Office is constantly monitoring the water level at the Marikina River.
Provincial Government of Aurora
The Facebook page of the Provincial Government of Aurora has been active in giving updates on what’s happening in the province. Aurora Governor Christian Noveras has also prepared the province by making food packs.
Provincial Government of Quezon
The Provincial Government of Quezon has been sending updates and has sent relief goods, too.
Ateneo de Manila University
Ateneo announced its once again calling for cash donations for its relief operations for those hit by Typhoon Karding.
Citizen’s Disaster Response Center
Community Pantry PH
Life Core Philippines
The provincial government of Nueva Ecija
CCF Tulong Tayo
CCF will be receiving donations through their Ortigas office. They are also planning to open slots for volunteers who wish to help out those affected by the damage of Typhoon Karding.
Bangketa Eskwela Foundation
Currently, the organization is focusing on Bagong Silangan in Caloocan.
For Our Farmers PH
Support the farmers! They’re the reason why we still have food on the table despite the typhoons.
A soup kitchen aimed to help frontliners get food, Frontliner’s Kitchen is also accepting donations in kind for those affected by Typhoon Karding.
Even our ever-faithful e-wallet, GCash, has opened a donation drive. To donate, click “Pay Bills” and then select others. Look for the option #GCashGivesBack and you’ll be able to donate.
For those in Las Piñas, KSP Studio is accepting donations for those displaced in Las Piñas and families that are much closer to the Laguna, Rizal, and Cavite border.
Patreng Non of Community Pantry PH
While donations are accepted, they’re also looking for volunteers to arm up the soup kitchen to feed all the hungry and affected by the typhoon.
Project Tanglaw is currently looking for donations and working together with Project Hope and Bayan Ni Juan Movement PH.
Rotaract Clubs of Rotary International District 3800
Task Force Children of the Storm
While looking for donations, the Task Force Children of the Storm is also looking for those who can help mobilize their kitchen.
Youth Advocates for Climate Action Philippines
For those who want to donate to those in NCR and northern Luzon, Youth Advocates for Climate Action Philippines is accepting cash donations.