(Updated Nov. 6, 2011; 6:05 p.m.) With a series of tropical cyclones that hit Philippines, including “Rolly” (International name: Typhoon Goni), the strongest tropical cyclone in the world this year, numerous organizations and volunteers launched donation drive to help fellow Filipinos affected by the typhoons.
Tropical Storm Rolly which made a landfall as a super typhoon in Catanduanes last Sunday is about to exit the Philippine Area of Responsibility on Tuesday.
Meanwhile, Tropical Storm Siony as of 10 a.m. slightly intensified as it moves slowly over the West Philippine Sea east of extreme northern Luzon.
Rolly severely damaged the Bicol region and left at least 20 dead.
As of November 2, a total of 372, 716 families of more than 1.47 million individuals were affected by Rolly in Regions II, III, CALABARZON, MIMAROPA and V, according to the situation report of the National Disaster Rick Reduction and Management Council.
Of which, 114.383 families of 416,195 persons are provided assistance inside and outside evacuation centers.
Here’s a rundown of organizations that are accepting donations for displaced and typhoon-affected families:
Parts of the PH were recently ravaged by Typhoon Rolly, with another typhoon expected to hit the country soon. We are calling on our local & international friends for donations to help the affected.
— 🇵🇭Youth Advocates for Climate Action Philippines (@YACAPhilippines) November 2, 2020
PROJECT SAGIP #RollyPH: CALL FOR DONATIONS 📍
We are extending Project Sagip to help out our Kababayans severely affected by Typhoon Rolly. All funds will be used for relief operations for the benefit of our farmers and other Kababayans affected by #RollyPH. #ParaSaBayan 🇵🇭 pic.twitter.com/imgRJXMFiS
— #ForOurFarmers 🌱 (@forourfarmers) November 1, 2020
Mga mahal! Sinubukan nating abutin ang #BawatSulok ng Mindanao through @KapitMindanao & together we raised almost 500k! This time our KAPITids in Luzon need us more than ever! #KapitPinas is a nationwide bayanihan for the victims of #RollyPH & Quinta from 12 areas in Luzon.+++ pic.twitter.com/KnDgAbpH3t
— Millennials PH #ForSocialJustice 🇵🇭 (@millennials4PH) November 2, 2020
The Miriam Identity, Spirituality and Mission Office (MISMO) is calling for donations for the communities affected by typhoon Rolly. Please see the photo attached for more details.
Thank you and stay safe! pic.twitter.com/gdugavlHQ7
— MC Sanggunian (@MCSanggu) November 2, 2020
In these trying times, now more than ever is the time for service and compassion. The Campus Alliance for Dedicated and Unified Action calls for donations for the communities and families affected by Typhoon Rolly in the Bicol region. #RollyPH#BangonBicol pic.twitter.com/TvsLiXQ7u3
— CADUA UP Baguio (@CADUAUPB) November 2, 2020
From De La Salle Philippines
[kada•uno para sa Bicol at Batangas]
As a community, let us share or give what we can to help make things easier for those dealing with the aftermath of Typhoon Rolly.
Please see image for donation details.
Thank you very much. pic.twitter.com/PG2uZBnmyS
— LSGH1959 – La Salle Green Hills (@lsgh1959) November 3, 2020
Typhoon Rolly is said to be the strongest typhoon to hit PH this year. We’re praying for everyone’s safety.
In line with this, we’re arranging a donation drive for our Neighbors affected by the typhoon. Please see poster for more details. Stay dry, warm, and safe, Neighbors ♥️ pic.twitter.com/y41yKts9iR
— NEIGHBORS OFC (@NeighborsOFC_) November 1, 2020