Typhoon Yolanda Relief Operations Batch 4
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- Pasar Foundation Inc. is in need of partners in food, shelter, health/sanitation, water, education and public infrastructures for the affected municipalities in the western part of Leyte (Isabel_)
- More than 22,000 families affected in at least 90 barangays, 90% of houses are damaged.
- For those who would like to help, please contact PASAR Foundation's Makati office at 889-6591 to 98.
Petron Foundation, Inc.
Petron Sagip Alalay
- Mobilization of Petron retail network as drop-off centers
- 500 Petron service stations nationwide have been activated as drop-off centers for relief assistance from motorists
- Conduct of Relief Operations in Luzon and Visayas
- Completed relief goods distribution in the following areas:
- Tacloban, Leyte (2,000 families)
- Ormoc, Leyte (2,000 families)
- Palo, Leyte (1,323 families)
- Bogo, Cebu (1,000 families)
- Bantayan, Cebu (1,050 families)
- Estancia, Iloilo (1,356 families)
- Roxas, Capiz (1,291 families)
- Oriental Mindoro (1,025 families)
- Petron Tacloban Depot is implementing a GOODS FOR WORK Program for those involved in clearing operations in the neighboring barangays
- Engaged employees and business partners from Batangas, Pandacan, Mandaluyong and Iloilo in repacking of relief goods
- Through the “Pag-asa Para sa mga Biktima ng Bagyong Yolanda” campaign, Petron is promoting the purchase of BAGS of HOPE (each containing food and products and good for 1 family) in P100, P250 and P300 (with additional basic medicines) denominations. Cards will be given to donors as potential Christmas gifts in lieu of presents.
PHILAM Foundation, Inc.
KaAkbay Bigay Alalay
- Philam Foundation is receiving in kind donations from Nov. 11 – 15, 2013. Items which were collected from Nov. 11 -12 were shipped directly to Tacloban and will be distributed by Philam Life Corporate Security in partnership with Philippine National Police. All other in kind donations received from Nov. 13-15, 2013 will be donated to a partner NGO.
- Overseas and local cash donations are also accepted and may be deposited to Philam Foundation’s bank accounts.
- KaAkbay Volunteers and Philam Life employees will also be deployed to DSWD NROC in Pasay from Nov. 13-15 to help with the repacking of relief goods.
For more inquiries, please call 526-9449 or 526-9446
Philippine Geothermal Production Company (PGPC)
- Philippine Geothermal Production Company has turned over P500,000 to the Philippine Red Cross thru its Secretary-General Gwen Pang.
- In the process of finalizing the documentary requirements for the turnover of another P500,000 to the SM Foundation. To be accomplished by week of Nov 25.
- PGPC employees have donated cash and goods in the Makati, MakBan and Tiwi offices amounting to more than P200,000 in cash and almost P100,000 in goods such as used clothes, food items (bottled water, noodles, rice, etc.). These were turned over to the UP Pahinungod Foundation at the UP Los Banos (last Nov 18) and the GMA Kapuso Foundation (Nov 22).
- Employees in Tiwi, Albay also volunteered at the Albay Astrodome for the DSWD relief operations where they helped repacked goods bound for Samar. Volunteer hours provided would be more around 200 hours. Employees are encouraged to volunteer in their preferred organizations..
- Finalizing approvals for the donation of our Christmas party budget to the rehabilitation efforts. Employees have decided not to hold this year’s Christmas parties and to donate the budget instead to an organization that will provide housing or rebuild or put up new classrooms in the typhoon areas. PGPC is currently looking for the right partner for this. The donation will most likely exceed P1.5million.
- Provided lunch and dinner to DSWD volunteers from Nov. 12-23 (10 days)
- Nov. 12-15 - meals for 1,000 volunteer-repackers
- Nov. 16-23 - meals for 1,500 volunteer-repacker
- PhilSeven management allocated a budget of Php10M for their relief assistance
- 1st batch of relief goods (around 20 tons) were airlifted to Samar and Leyte. Some purchased from suppliers at discounted cost, some donated by the suppliers as their contribution to the operation
- Priority was given to the families of the PhilSeven employees that were affected as well
- 2nd batch of goods will be flown to Tacloban by week of Nov. 25
PHINMA Employees give
A fund campaign was organized by PHINMA HERO Network Volunteers where financial assistance was given to affected PHINMA family* and partner communities in Iloilo City and Batad. In-kind donations were given to Bambang Masangkay Abad-Santos Volunteers Fire Brigade, which will be passed to their counterparts in Leyte.
PHINMA Employees serve
Employee volunteers serve as marshals, in clothes and toiletries sorting, and repacking at Oplan Salubong, Villamor Airbase
Celebrating the Season in Solidarity
PHINMA has cancelled its group Christmas Party in solidarity with those affected by Typhoon Yolanda. The expenses of the party has been refunded in full and will be used as financial assistance to PHINMA family* affected by the typhoon.
*PHINMA group employees & immediate family, University of Iloilo students, PHINMA National Scholarship alumni and scholars & immediate family, and GSD and security staff
Pioneer Foundation, Inc.
Cash Calamity Assistance for Affected Victims
Pioneer Foundation Inc. has turned over and will continue to provide calamity assistance in cash to those affected by typhoon Yolanda.
Donation Drive Among Employees
A drive has been initiated to collect donations from employees, to be managed by Pioneer Foundation in support of its efforts to support relief and rebuilding in Leyte and Samar.
Christmas Party Budget Channeled to Relief Efforts
The Christmas party for Head Office and Manila branches has been cancelled, with the intention of channelling the budget to Pioneer Foundation’s support for rebuilding efforts in Leyte and Samar.
Support for Hospicio de San Jose
Pioneer Foundation is coordinating with Hospicio de San Jose, which houses Leyte and Samar refugees, to provide them with clothes, medicine and food.
Cash Donation to Ahon Filipinas
Pioneer Foundation has made a cash donation to Ahon Filipinas, the organization founded by CNN Hero Efren Penaflorida, to support efforts to conduct stress debriefing sessions in badly-hit areas.
Total number of goods repacked
Turned over to Alagang Kapatid Foundation for distribution to various municipalities in Samar and Leyte
Turned over to Sapian, Capiz Mayor Ike last Nov20; remaining 1,000 will be shipped ASAP
Distributed in Bogo, Cebu last Nov17 through PLDT volunteers
Distributed in DaanBantayan, Cebu last Nov17 through PLDT volunteers
Turned over to the office of DepEd USec. Mario Deriquito last Nov21; for distribution to teachers affected in the various disaster-stricken communities
Transported to Giporlos, Eastern Samar
Transported to Tabango, Leyte
- RFM Foundation forgo their Christmas party and donated the budget of Php280thousand in check and turned it over to Philippine Star for the Yolanda victims
- 1st batch of goods and commodities (food, clothing, water) were already shipped to Iloilo - est. 1,500 relief packs
- 2nd batch will be transported to Leyte
- The relief goods came from RFM employees, management, alumni
- RFM management is at present in the stage of establishing and formulating a "rebuilding program"
Ronald McDonald House Charities
Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) Bigay Tulong (Typhoon Relief Assistance)
Campaign period: November 9 – 15, 2013
McDonald's Philippines, through its charity of choice, Ronald McDonald House Charities opened all stores nationwide for donations in kind such as bottled water, rice, canned goods, toiletries, towels, beddings, old yet wearable clothes, medicines for all communities in Tacloban, as well as the nearby municipalities and cities gravely affected by Typhoon Yolanda.
In partnership with ABS-CBN Sagip Kapamilya, collected relief goods in all NCR stores will be distributed to the affected areas.
Distribution of relief goods gathered in McDonald's stores outside of NCR, as well as employee volunteerism efforts will be done in partnership with DSWD.
Cash donations are also welcome through these bank accounts:
Account Name: Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Philippines
8741 Citibank Bldg.Paseo de Roxas Makati City
Account No# 060-1374-005
Swift Code: CITIUS33
Account Name: Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Philippines
Bank of the Philippine Islands
Typhoon Yolanda Relief Operations Batch 3
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- Assistance for the affected families have been centralized for the Red Cross.
- Mobilized resources from employees by requesting for in-kind and monetary donations. Other employees have also pledged monetary contributions through salary deductions.
- HOLCIM global office has pledged to match employee contributions from the entire Holcim group.
- Planning to help out in the rebuilding effort.
ICCP Group Foundation
- Currently in Cebu doing some repacking of goods which will be distributed in the island of Bantayan starting Friday, Nov 22.
- Recovery and rehabilitation efforts with the same island, target start date by week of Nov. 25.
- Turned over to Philippine National Red Cross, Muntinlupa Chapter , 10 big boxes of food items, and 40 big boxes of clothes, blankets, towels, etc.
- Raised funds from voluntary donations and savings from cancelled company event totaling almost P2 million, for employees and members of the agency force who were victims of the Typhoon
- Earmarked P4.5 million for rehabilitation efforts in building houses in the devastated areas
Johnson & Johnson Philippines
- Employee internal fund drive raised Php 1,080,200.00. With company matching of 2:1, total amount is Php 3,240,600.00 In addition, in-kinds are collected, such as clothes, bottled water, blankets, shoes, instant noodles and biscuits. These were already shipped to Visayas together with the product donations (12,000 kits).
- J&J Philippine Contributions Committee will donate PhP1.5MM to UNICEF Philippines for their relief operations in the affected communities.
- Employees and contract staff/consultants volunteered to pack the 12,000 kits containing J&J products such as soap, OTC products, dermal cream, isopropyl alcohol and sanitary pads. The kits were shipped to Visayas.
- The Consumer Marketing (MODESS®) team launched a campaign dubbed as #MakeYourMove in partnership with Ensogo/Living Social (an online shopping site), wherein anyone can purchase discounted cases of MODESS® online via Ensogo and the ordered products will be sent directly to the groups that make regular trips to Guiuan, Samar to distribute relief goods. This campaign aims to help provide urgently needed sanitary napkins to the women of Visayas.
- Global Finance Services (GFS), one of J&J Philippines’ divisions, have organized a bazaar with proceeds to be donated to typhoon victims
- Free Goods/Products Allocation of Employees for typhoon victims – employees are given option of allocating or donating a portion of their 2014 free goods/products to the typhoon victims. Employees just need to fill out a form and indicate the amount that he wants to pledge which will be automatically deducted from his allocation. The Company will purchase the J&J products in their name to donate for this cause.
Jollibee Group Foundation
Jollibee Foods Corporation (JFC) and Jollibee Group Foundation (JGF) continue to do relief efforts for families and communities affected by Typhoon Yolanda through a company-wide program called JFC Food Aid.
Through the JFC Food Aid and with the support of all the local brands of JFC - Jollibee, Greenwich, Chowking, Red Ribbon, Mang Inasal and Burger King - various JFC products and relief packs are being distributed to severely devastated families. A mobile soup kitchen is also setup. The work is carried out through employee volunteers, franchisees and partner agencies.
More than 9,000 beneficiaries have so far been served “hot lugaw and boiled egg” through the mobile SOUP KITCHEN of JFC and Zenith Foods Corporation, JFC’s corporate supply chain, in coordination with franchisees and local partners, in different locations in Ormoc City and Palo, Leyte starting November 20 for two weeks.
Following are the other on-going initiatives of JFC Food Aid to date:
- Over 12,800 relief packs have been distributed to affected communities in Antique, Capiz, Cebu, Iloilo and Negros Occidental.
- More than 5,700 hot meals were served to evacuees in Capiz and the Tent City in Villamor Air Base Elementary School, among others.
- Over 1,200 employee volunteers from the six local JFC brands have been deployed to relief goods repacking centers, namely: DSWD-NROC, GMA Kapuso Foundation, TV5 Alagang Kapatid Foundation, Operation Blessing Philippines, Ateneo and Gawad Kalinga.
Following are planned JFC and JGF rehabilitation initiatives:
- Rebuilding of classrooms
- Helping farmers’ livelihood
- Technical skills training and college scholarship for affected youth
To date, total donation from JFC and donors amounts to P40 Million. To continue supporting the JFC Food Aid and rehabilitation initiatives, you can donate through the following:
- Coinbanks in all 2,000 JFC stores across the country
- Cash and check donations to the following bank accounts
- Metrobank Peso Account: Metrobank Savings Account # 473-7-47301401-3
- BDO Dollar account: BDO Dollar Account # 100661267008 (Branch: BDO Megamall | Swift Code: BNORPHMM)
For more information, please contact Jollibee Group Foundation via +63.2.688.7133 or
You may also visit www.facebook.com/JollibeeGroupFoundationInc for more details.
Knowledge Channel Foundation, Inc.
Kabataan, Tabang Na!
- Kids are asked to share their thoughts or ideas on how they can help other kids (and even adults) whose family, friends, homes, and schools were ravaged by Typhoon Yolanda.
- A campaign banner and slogan were created and posted on
- Kids share their thoughts by logging on to www.kchonline.ph, and clicking the “Kids can help, too!” button that re-directs to the Knowledge Channel’s facebook page.
- Kids may also directly go to Knowledge Channel’s facebook page.
- KCFI sees this activity, not only as an online forum where kids may “socialize” and “practice their communication skills,” but as a learning exercise (kids are asked to think critically, given their limitations and available resources) and as a “trigger,” to make them actually do the activities they suggest.
On K Channel on-air
- The animated K Channel shorts on Disaster Preparedness and Management (what to do before, during and after a typhoon and landslides) were repeatedly aired (every two hours) as interstices. K Channel still airs this series up to this time.
- The Disaster Preparedness episodes (Climate Change, Typhoon, Earthquake) produced by CNRD were aired as special features on K-Aralserye (Nov 15 and 16).
- Loren Legarda’s Buhos was aired on K-likasan (Nov 14 and 16).
- To solicit more viewers and teach more people all these were actively plugged on Knowledge Channel’s facebook and twitter pages.
K Channel videos on Disaster Preparedness
- On www.kchonline.ph, the animated K Channel videos on Disaster Preparedness (Storms and Floods, Landslides, Tsumami, etc.) were put on the home page. This provides the student and teacher-visitors to the site easy access to these videos.
KCFI Greeting Cards
- KCFI is currently selling greeting cards. Proceeds of which will benefit the affected children-learners.
Lopez Group Foundation, Inc.
As the coordinating hub for CSR and philanthropic initiatives of the Lopez Group of Companies, and with its member foundations (ABSCBN Foundation’s Sagip Kapamilya, Knowledge Channel Foundation, and Energy Development Corporation), doing their share for their respective external publics and communities, LGFI focused on the internal by helping the victims among the more than 12,000 employees of the group.
LGFI, in coordination with the Lopez HR Council, collated data and found out that some 350 employees were severely affected by supertyphoon “Yolanda”. LGFI immediately prepared relief packs which were distributed to the victim-employees in Samar and Leyte. LGFI is now into the rehabilitation phase of helping these said employees.
Manila Water Foundation
- Manila Water prepares an initial production of 10,000 “baso” water, potable water in sealed plastic cups, for shipping to the Visayas for distribution to those affected by Super Typhoon Yolanda. Manila Water continues to produce “baso” water for the next couple of days to help augment the urgent need for clean drinking water in the typhoon-ravaged areas.
Metrobank Group (Metrobank Foundation Inc., GT-Metro Foundation Inc., Manila Doctors Hospital, Toyota Motor Philippines Foundation, Inc.)
- Joint donation of Metrobank Group, Toyota Motor Philippines, and Toyota Financial Services Philippines in the amount of fifty (50) million pesos
- Wherein 25 million pesos, from MBFI and GT-Metro Foundation Inc., will be allocated to aid in the ongoing relief operations to benefit affected families caused by the super typhoon Yolanda. Relief goods to be packed and distributed in targeted calamity-stricken provinces of Leyte, Iloilo, Capiz, Cebu, Eastern Samar, Aklan, Antique and Palawan.
- The other 25 million will be used to assist in rebuilding churches, schools, and others.
- Manila Doctors Hospital (MDH), the healthcare affiliate of the Metrobank Group, is currently arranging for the conduct of medical missions in hardest hit areas in the Visayas.
- Global Business Power Corporation (GBPC), the Metrobank Group’s power firm, opened its multi-purpose hall in Iloilo to serve as temporary shelter to around 300 individuals. They have also provided assistance to Cebu and Mindoro in the form of mats and relief packs.
- Arranged to have 2 Cessna 185s and a Helicopter Robinson for the use of DOE for the Search, Rescue and Relief Operations. These are now based in Mactan since Nov 14.
- PETRON is providing the fuel.
- MFI’s partner, REACT, has already conducted relief operations in Bohol & Samar. REACT has also established Radio Communication network in the affected Areas.
- Drinking water may hopefully be addressed with the Water Purifying machine. the cost is P4,000/unit & P6,000/ unit, Smaller & Bigger capacity
- Provision of electric power and other electrical equipment including lights, which hopefully may be addressed with the Solar Power set that will be provided. Cost is P7,000/Set which includes 2 Led Flashlights and 2, Table LED Lamps
- Tents for their shelter, which hopefully can be addresses with the provision of 3X3 tents. Cost is P600/pc complete with rings and plastic rope.
- Repacking of family sized goods. MFI employees, scholars and alumni are already helping DSWD in repacking of relief goods. .
- MFI to order 12 Base radio to be deployed in the command centers of the affected areas by week of Nov. 25. There are 44 municipalities that have been affected. REACT has already deployed base radios but they are still in need for more.
- Bought 100 tents to be delivered in Ormoc by week of Nov 25 to serve as temporary shelters.
- Mondelez Philippines donated in cash and in-kind to the Philippine Red Cross. The organization is currently conducting cash and in-kind donation drive among employees and will pack and deliver these goods to the Philippine Red Cross on Friday, November 15.
- In-kind donations were also given through GMA, ABS-CBN and World Vision.
Mondelez Philippines, Inc.
- Donated in cash and in-kind to Philippine Red Cross
- Conducting cash and in-kind drive among employees and packing donations on Friday, Nov. 22, for Philippine Red Cross
- In-kind donations to GMA, ABS-CBN and World Vision
MSD in the Philippines
- Cash Donation of $100,000 to the American Red Cross, $100,000 to Save the Children, and $100,000 to the International Rescue Committee.
- A total of US$1,446,744 worth of essential medicines was donated to the Philippines by Merck especially those who felt the onslaught of Super Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan) primarily in Leyte, Samar, Capiz, and Palawan.
- MSD employee volunteer teams are currently sharing their time and energy in the DSWD’s relief efforts at the National Resource Operations Center, starting Nov 20.
Nestle Philippines, Inc.
- Working very closely with the Philippine National Red Cross, government agencies and other organizations who have the capability and infrastructure to immediately deliver relief goods to the victims of this tragic calamity.
- More than 300,000 nutrient-fortified, ready-to-eat and ready-to-drink products such as NESTLÉ Breakfast Cereals, BEAR BRAND Sterilized Milk, MILO, CHUCKIE, and NESCAFE have so far been provided
- 540,000 bottles of water will be delivered through these agencies to badly hit areas in the coming days.
- Nestle employees are providing assistance to the typhoon victims, joining in rescue efforts, participating in the packing of relief goods, and providing other forms of support including donations of cash, clothes and other basic necessities.
- A bank account has been set up for Nestlé Philippines employees and retirees who wish to donate to the relief effort. Similar programs have been set up in other Nestle companies in the region.
- An international facility has been set up by the Nestlé global headquarters in Switzerland for Nestlé employees all over the world who would like to help in this time of need. All donations received from employees will be matched by the Nestlé Group.
Meanwhile, all Nestle employees in the hardest hit areas have been contacted and every effort is being made to ensure their safety. All Nestle factories and distribution centers are undamaged and are operating normally.
NYK-TDG Friendship Foundation
PROJECT NAME: HELP SAVE LIVES; HELP REBUILD LIVES
Phase 1: Transnational Diversified Group’s (TDG) Employees Welfare Program
- Developing data/information about affected TDG employees and/or relatives as basis on how to provide assistance (still on-going)
- Appealed and received cash donations from Transnational Diversified Group (TDG) member companies’ employees, partners and Principals. All properly recorded and acknowledged.
DATE STARTED: 2013 November 08
DATE ENDED: On-going
Phase 2: Help Fill a 40’ Container
- Partnered with Gawad Kalinga to receive donations at Cebu and facilitate distribution at Ormoc, Leyte. TDG’ers and some The NET Group (TNG) tenants have raised the following which were loaded at NYK-FILJAPAN Shipping Corporation’s 40’ container (18 metric tons capacity), shipped via Lorenzo Shipping and is expected to arrive at Cebu Port on Thursday, 2013 November 21:
- 2,525 relief packs (in 155 boxes and 176 sacks)
- 11 boxes of Biscuits and noodles
- 2 luggages of canned goods
DATE STARTED: 2013 November 14
DATE ENDED: 2013 November 21/ November 23 (est date of arrival at Cebu / est delivery to Ormoc
Phase 3: OPLAN SALUBONG; OPLAN HATID
- Partnering with Villamor Air Base to provide manpower to assist in the distribution of food, receiving survivors arriving at Villamor and in providing vehicles to transport them to their families in Metro Manila
- Lending of four (4) Outdoor Aircons to be used for medical operations for arriving survivors. Said units are to be delivered on 2013 November 21.
DATE STARTED: 2013 November 18
DATE ENDED: TBA (lending of units is for indefinite period)
One Meralco Foundation
One Meralco Foundation, PLDT-Smart Foundation and Alagang Kapatid Foundation of TV5 is operating the TULONG KAPATID center at the Meralco Covered Tennis Court, Meralco Compound, Ortigas, Pasig City. We are receiving cash and in-kind donations (bottled water, canned goods, cup noodles, cupcakes, rice) for families severely affected by Typhoon Yolanda.
Cash or Check Donations on the other hand may be deposited via BDO Unibank to One Meralco Foundation, Inc. Account No. 4630144474.
Contact 632-8301 for more details
PAL Activates Humanitarian Cargo Grant (Updated as of November 12, 2013)
- Free airlifting of critical supplies and relief goods for victims of typhoon Yolanda in the hardest hit areas of the Visayas region following the resumption of operations of some of the affected airports.
- Open to government agencies, SEC-registered foundations, NGOs, non-profit, charitable, civic and religious organizations
- Will cover the following necessities: medicines, medical supplies, hygiene product/toiletries, undergarments, ready-to-eat products, and other nutritious foods, which cannot be readily sourced in the affected areas.
- PAL will fly the goods on a space availability basis.
- Donors only need to contact the PAL Foundation at telephone numbers (02) 851-2980 or (02) 8526096 (telefax) or
.phand provide their name, the contact information of the consignee, and a list of the contents of the shipment. The PAL Foundation will then contact the donors to inform them whether their shipments are eligible for free airlift.
Typhoon Yolanda Relief Operations Batch 2
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Cebuana Lhuillier Foundation
- All Cebuana Lhuillier branches nationwide are accepting cash donations for:
- GMA Kapuso Foundation
- Philippine Red Cross
- TV5 Alagang Kapatid Foundation
**Donation transactions are FREE of CHARGE.
- Cebuana Lhuillier Foundation is coordinating with Philippine Star Operation Damayan and TV5 Alagang Kapatid Foundation for relief efforts.
- A total of 1.8M cash donations were already given to partner Foundations and institution.
For more information, visit https://www.facebook.com/cebuanalhuillierpawnshop
CEMEX Philippines Foundation
- CEMEX Philippines Foundation to conduct relief good transportation from Cebu (APO plant port) to Leyte and Samar in cooperation with other social groups/relief aid organizations.
- Various CEMEX companies worldwide to mobilize relief funds for the affected families in the Philippines.
- Set-up water purifying systems in Leyte and Cebu in cooperation with other business networks
- Provide temporary shelters for hard-hit areas: tents, tarpaulins, plastics, tonner bags etc.
- Work with media organizations re: resource mobilization in metro manila.
Chevron Philippines Foundation
- Local Chevron companies donated P3.14 Million to Typhoon Yolanda Relief Efforts (Chevron Malampaya LCC, Chevron Holdings Inc., Philippine Geothermal Production Company, and Chevron Philippines, Inc.)
- Chevron US gives $1.5 million
- Chevron employee networks muster P661,000 in separate relief operation
- Caltex gives P250,000 of Star Cash to supply fuels for Red Cross vehicles
Coca-Cola Foundation Philippines
Drinking Water Supply
- Philippines System donation of Php5 million worth of drinking water channeled through Philippine Red Cross (PRC), Department of Social Welfare & Development (DSWD), and the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP)
Internal Donation Campaign
- Launched a campaign among associates for in-kind donations as well as cash donations through Coca-Cola Foundation Philippines for affected families (including employees)
- Associates are volunteering time to help re-pack relief goods at the DSWD
Visit https://www.facebook.com/CocaColaFoundationPhilippines for more information.
Del Monte Foundation
- Del Monte Foundation is coordinating with the DSWD in Region 10 for their relief efforts.
- Rallied employees in Mindanao and Manila for cash and in-kind donations.
- The Company will also be providing food packs and blankets to those affected.
East West Seed Foundation
The East West Seed Group, which includes the East West Seed Foundation, has:
- organized a fund drive among its employees in all its country offices, for assistance to the victims of Typhoon Yolanda. Whatever amount to be collected will be equally matched by the company. The amount will be donated to humanitarian organizations providing relief and rehabilitation works in the affected areas.
- Created an initiative to provide farm-based livelihood start-up kits for farmer clients in the affected areas. The start-up kits will be in the form of vegetable seeds, to include short-gestating crops (less than 21 days from sowing to harvesting) plus basic fertilizers and agricultural chemicals. This will allow EWS’ farmer clients to grow their own food immediately, and at the same time be able to sell the surplus to the market.
Energy Development Corporation
- Rescue of families out of Tacloban
- Provision of goods and supplies to 16 barangays (7 in Ormoc and 9 in Kananga);
- Lending of gensets to the LGU, hospitals and water district (restored 80% water supply)
- Six medical missions in barangays
- Provision of solar battery chargers and lamps to 16 barangays
- Provision of solar battery chargers to the 14 districts of Deped
- Social analysis sessions for victims
- Review with host communities the ff: climate change impacts on their areas and how they relate to the calamity, evaluation of community response vs. response protocols earlier developed, how the community can respond better in the future and long term mitigation and adaptation measures
- Cash donations by employees, subsidiaries and Lopez companies
The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation (HSBC)
- HSBC cash donation: Over US$1million
- Activation of a bankwide relief and donation drive where an account has been setup to receive donations from HSBC staff from across the globe
- In kind donation drive: Repacking of donated goods at the HSBC Centre and at the Philippine Red Cross c/o HSBC employees
- Number of bags packed: over 4,700
- Distribution of relief goods c/o HSBC Cebu Branch at Bantayan Island held last November 16
- In addition to the financial aid and the support for relief efforts, HSBC Philippines is working closely with Philippine Red Cross by sending employee volunteers everyday to provide the following services:
- IT Infrastructure setup
- Contact center management
- Operations support
- Encoding of missing persons lists
- Logistics management
- Communications Support
Globe Telecom, Inc.
Leading telecommunications company Globe Telecom relaunches “Bangon Pinoy”, a massive effort to help Filipinos affected by Super Typhoon Yolanda through relief operations and communication activities.
#BangonPinoy is an integrated program that allows communities devastated by the recent calamity to benefit from relief operations, free call and text services, network restoration, and a series of community-rebuilding activities. It was first introduced by Globe in 2009 after typhoons Ondoy and Pepeng wreaked havoc in the country.
“Bangon Pinoy is our way of lending a hand to those who badly need assistance during these trying times. We have successfully launched massive relief efforts – from mobilizing volunteers for re-packing of relief goods, to deploying Libreng Tawag, Libreng Charging and Libreng Internet stations, to assembling more assistance in cash and kind for distribution to the hardest hit communities. As we keep the Filipino ‘bayanihan’ spirit alive, we are optimistic that we as a nation will be able to overcome this ordeal,” said Ernest L. Cu, President and Chief Executive Officer of Globe.
The program underscores the commitment of Globe to 100% full restoration of its network services in areas damaged by the typhoon. So far, restoration has progressed close to the 70% mark, and is accelerating to bring back full connectivity to customers.
Under the Bangon Pinoy program, Globe has:
- 49 Libreng Tawag Stations
- 57 Libreng Charging Stations
- 21 Libreng Internet Stations
- Provided relief goods to 4,739 families
- Distributed hot meals to 3,000 individuals
- Engaged 533 employee volunteers
- Collected over P38M in pledges from its different segments
- Provided phones, hotlines, prepaid load, and Internet connections to various municipalities, government agencies, Gawad Kalinga, and the Red Cross
Typhoon Yolanda Relief Operations Batch 1
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Visit www.aboitizfoundation.org and click the "Donate" button.
For more updates, please visit https://www.facebook.com/aboitizfoundation.
ABS-CBN Foundation, Inc.
For donations in kind, you can drop them off at:
Sagip Kapamilya Warehouse
#13 Examiner St. West Triangle, Quezon City
For cash or cheque donations, you may go to:
ABS-CBN Foundation, Inc. Bldg.
Mother Ignacia Avenue corner E. Lopez St. Brgy. South Triangle, QC
Office tel. no: +632-411-4995 or +632-415-2272 loc 3765
To deposit cash/cheque donations, view the detailed list of SAGIP KAPAMILYA Bank Accounts here http://www.abs-cbnfoundation.com/sk/donate.html
* For confirmation of donation, please fax (+632-411-4995) or email (
) copy of transmittal/ transaction slip with complete donor's information.
AES Philippines Power Foundation
- Nov. 21, 2013, turned over water purifier (LifeStraw) to Governor Dominic Petilla (50 pcs) and Mayor Alfred Romualdez - 60 units. Total cost of donation is P250,000.
- Scheduled to do psychosocial intervention in partnership with Dela Salle University. This will be done in Tacloban. Schedule to be determined
- For typhoon victims relocated in Villamor Air Base, AES mobile clinic will be brought from Masinloc, Zambales to Villamor to conduct medical, dental and soup Kitchen.
- The AES budget for Christmas party will be used in sponsoring meals and to purchase clothes, slipper and toys for the evacuees in Villamor.
- AES headquarters in Arlington Virginia sent their disaster expert whom AES Philippines accompanied in Tacloban to do site assessment (for AES commitment for rehabilitation phase)
- AES pledged to the Department of Energy to provide support in power restoration through sponsoring household electrical connections
AMY Foundation, being the CSR arm of Philippine Business Bank (PBB) and AMY Group of Companies:
- Is soliciting used clothes and grocery items through all PBB Branches nationwide. Said items if ready, will be forwarded to Caritas Manila for inclusion in their relief operations.
- Created a temporary bank account to accept cash donations that might come from employees and clients of the bank.
Cancellation of Bankwide Christmas party:
PBB also cancelled its bankwide Christmas Party for 2013 to empathize with the victims of Super Typhoon Yolanda. The budget of P1M might be used to buy groceries for repacking and sending of goods to the affected communities, in partnership with Philippine Red Cross (PRC).
Committed to feed Red Cross Volunteers
PBB Senior Officers committed to feed 100 volunteers of the Red Cross for three days, lunch and dinner, to be prepared and cooked by the GK-AMY Foundation volunteers, scheduled at Nov. 16, Nov.19 and Nov 21 at the PRC Head Office Relief Operations in Port Area , Manila.
Andres Soriano Foundation
A. Soriano Corporation Group initiatives on its Disaster Relief Operations and Rehabilitation Plan in Quiniluban Islands, Cuyo-Agutaya, Northern Palawan.
- Disaster Relief Operation: Total number of assisted families - 1,900 (2 rounds of distribution)
- An area assessment in partnership with two separate organizations (Zuellig Family Foundation and Public Health Without Borders) is now being conducted at the field level.
- Rehabilitation Plan: ASF has started mobilization activities to help the most affected and most deserving families build core houses by providing basic construction materials. Livelihood assistance in also part of the blue print. This initiatives will be in partnership with the LGU and BLGU
- In keeping with its commitment to provide access to quality basic education, ASF will also help public schools in the affected areas in the repair/rehabilitation of damaged classroom buildings
- In addition, the Foundation facilitated the shipment of DSWD Region 4B’s relief supplies to reach the affected areas.
ASF is grateful for the various relief supplies donated by friends and partner NGOs (Bato-Balani c/o Ms Ching Jorge, KDCI-PHILSSA -CODE-NGO c/o Me-Ann Ignacio and; Kasilak Foundation, Inc. and its principal Dole Phils. for the generous cash donation).
The A. Soriano Corporation (ANSCOR) Group has released PhP4.2 million for relief and rehabilitation initiatives. ASF welcomes additional donations for the rehabilitation of these devastated communities.
For donations, please contact Andres Soriano Foundation at 831-9441
- Repacking of bottled water, soap, canned food items, noodles, clothes and other items on Saturday, November 23. (Total number to be finalized by Friday, Nov. 22)
- Cash donations from employees to be sent to the office of the vice mayor of Tacloban, Sambo Yaokasin (a brother of one of the Splash Board of Director)
- Provision of hygiene kit items to serve the request of Usec. Mario Deriquito for the teachers.
- Looking into the possibility of providing free haircut at the tent city.
Ayala Foundation, Inc.
Bato-Balani Foundation, Inc.
Bonifacio Art Foundation
1. Re-allocating company funds from planned company events to donations for relief efforts. The organization shows solidarity with those affected by being restrained in its Christmas activities and using funds intended for these events to help others. Thus:
Funds intended for the following will be converted to donations:
a. Company Christmas giveaways, and
b. Prizes for the Company-wide Christmas party
Tone down the Company-wide Christmas party and prove that the team can share the joy of Christmas at a low-cost budget. Bonifacio Art Foundation will no longer have a subsidiary-specific company-sponsored Christmas party this year.
Proceeds from the following events will be included in donations
a. All registration fees for TakBonifacio
b. BGC Open Football (at Turf BGC)
c. BGCEA fun run
d. Other Passionfest events will also become venues for donations
2. Donations by employees in cash and volunteer time.
Each employee can pledge an amount equivalent to a minimum of one-hour's salary as his/her donation to the Typhoon Yolanda relief efforts.
Each employee will be provided a non-deductible leave, up to a maximum of three days, if the employee wishes to do volunteer work in any organized relief effort within Metro Manila.
3. In addition, FBDC will provide do the following:
FBDC will match all donations resulting from Nos. 1 and 2 above. Thus, the company will total all reallocated company funds and personal employee donations, and will provide an additional donation equal to that amount.
The BGC Estate Association will start a campaign to solicit donations to all BGC residents and office locators.
Organize a toy and book drive to give out as Christmas gifts to children affected by the Typhoon
4. All donations will be forwarded to Ayala Foundation
BPI Foundation, Inc.
If you wish to donate for the typhoon victims, you may:
- Do an over-the-counter payment to
- BPI Foundation SBA CA 0011-1530-89
- Reference Number: Yolanda- Donor Name
- Do a bills payment to BPI Foundation Assistance Fund via BPI Expressonline.
- Simply enrol BPI Foundation Assistance Fund (BPIFOU) through the Bills Payment Facility of EOL.
- Reference Number: Name of Donor
- Enrollment is real-time so you may already pay immediately after the enrollment transaction.
BPI Foundation is accepting cash donations for #YolandaPH/#Haiyan victims. Pinoys abroad will enjoy WAIVED REMITTANCE FEE for donations remitted to BPI Foundation through BPI Remittance Centers or BPI Europe Plc. Check out the nearest office in your area by clicking on the links below. #ReliefPH
BPI Remittance Centers: http://bit.ly/1i0vU8F
BPI Europe: http://bit.ly/1i0vS0p
For other corresponding banks, you may check this link: https://www.mybpimag.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=162&Itemid=192