Resources for Helping Typhoon Haiyan/Yolanda Survivors
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18MRhttps://secure.actblue.com/contribute/page/18mr_typhoon18MR is also collecting donations for NAFCON (good alternative in case NAFCON's server is overloaded)
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AARPhttps://secure2.convio.net/aarp1/site/Donation2;jsessionid=4884736A57C42FB6195628B5414172D0.app244a?idb=1576005264&df_id=9960&9960.donation=form1AARP Foundation has created a relief fund to help the victims of this disaster – especially the hundreds of thousands of seniors who have been impacted. To respond to the immediate needs of elderly people in the region, AARP and its affiliates will match dollar-for-dollar contributions up to $500,000.
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ABS CBN Foundationhttp://205.234.241.62/abscbnfoundation/
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Advancement for Rural Kidshttp://bit.ly/HSAMiF
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AF3IRM linkshttp://www.af3irm.org/2013/11/af3irm-statement-typhoon-yolanda-typhoon-victims-charity-must-be-followed-justiceLots of good resources mentioned after the press release
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Ashoka Philipineshttp://philippines.ashoka.org/Long term capacity building through supporting innovative grassroots leaders.
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Authors for the Philippineshttp://authorsforphilippines.wordpress.com/2013/11/11/authors-for-the-philippines/
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BALSAhttps://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=627580397294623&set=a.627580463961283.1073741837.158943847491616&type=1&theater
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Catholic Charities Diocese of San Diegohttp://www.ccdsd.org/
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Center for Disaster Philanthropyhttp://disasterphilanthropy.org/disasters/2013-philippines-earthquake-and-typhoon/
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Charity Navigatorhttp://www.charitynavigator.org/index.cfm?bay=content.view&cpid=1659#.UoMIe-IlJix
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CNN's Typhoon Updates Twitterfeedhttps://twitter.com/cnni/typhoon-updates
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FACLA/USAP TAWID BAHA Relief DriveFilipino-American Community of Los Angeles (FACLA)
1740 W. Temple Street, Los Angeles, CA 90026
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Feed the Hungryhttp://feedthehungryphil.org/501 (c) (3) organization founded and run by Gloria T. Caoile. They have been in the provinces for decades so they have pre-existing relationships, buy their goods in Manila to save on shipping and support the local economy. Gloria will ensure that the funds are spent wisely.
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GlobalGivinghttp://www.globalgiving.org/projects/super-typhoon-haiyan-relief-fund/
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Google Person Finderhttp://google.org/personfinder/2013-yolanda
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Gota de Leche Manila:www.facebook.com/gotadelechemanilaBank account for donations: La Proteccion de la Infancia, Inc.
BPI Morayta (Manila), Account #1584-0022-19
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Handicap Internationalhttps://handicapinternational.nationbuilder.com/super_typhoon_leaving_widespread_devastation_in_philippines
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Huffington Post linkshttp://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/11/09/philippines-haiyan-how-to-help-_n_4247106.html
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InterAction http://www.interaction.org/crisis-list/interaction-members-respond-typhoon-haiyan
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Medicins Sans Frontieres (MSF)http://www.doctorswithoutborders.org/donate/onetime-mobilr.cfm?source=ADS131101802
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mGive Philippines Typhoon Disaster Relief Fund.U.S. wireless subscribers can text AID to 80108 to give a $10 donation to the mGive Philippines Typhoon Disaster Relief Fund.http://www.whitehouse.gov/blog/2013/11/11/state-department-works-bring-relief-typhoon-victimsContact the Center for International Disaster Information to learn where to donate
On the web: www.cidi.org
By phone: 202-821-1999

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NAFCONhttp://nafconusa.org/The National Alliance for Filipino Concerns connects directly on the with grassroots organizations in the Philippines. Your donation will go to BALSA (People’s Cooperation for the People), a national grassroots relief and rehabilitation organization composed of broad church-based organizations, schools, disaster response NGOs, and individuals, working with victims of disasters in the Philippines.
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NIH Emergency Access Initiativehttp://eai.nlm.nih.gov/docs/captcha/test.pl?url=
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Philippine Red Crosshttp://www.redcross.org.ph/donate
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Philippines Librarians Associationhttp://plai.org.ph/index.php/news/28-news/23-call-action
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Philippines Typhoon Fund http://westsidewebsites.com/typhoonfund
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ReliefWebhttp://reliefweb.int/disaster/tc-2013-000139-phl
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Request Rescue through texthttp://rescueph.com/
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Sagip-Migrante (Canada)http://migrantecanada.wordpress.com/2013/11/11/donate-to-sagip-migrante/
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Samaritan's Purse http://www.Samaritanspurse.orgSee video... already there promptly in areas worst hit. Currently providing shelter, food and water. Well organized experienced & equipped with own planes etc. Have experience helping in Asia & Africa and around the world when worst hit with tragedy from natural disasters. Trusted accountable organization record to helping those
in need.
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St. Michael's Church (San Diego)Collecting clothes, non perishable food, blankets etc at their office 8:30-7:30 at 2643 Homedale st. San Diego 92139 619-267-939
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STP ( Sagip Tuluy-tuloy tulong Pilipinas) to help typhoon Yolanda victims in the Visayas. https://sites.google.com/site/stprelief/
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Team Rubicon USAhttp://teamrubiconusa.org/about/Team Rubicon unites the skills and experiences of military veterans with first responders to rapidly deploy emergency response teams to disaster areas.
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Tulong Kabataan Volunteer Network http://bit.ly/HBMfT4 Tulong Kabataan Volunteer Network is a SEC-registered non-profit organization formed by national youth organizations, student councils, and campus publications.
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US Filipino American Relief & Recovery Effortshttps://www.facebook.com/pages/US-Filipino-American-Relief-Recovery-Efforts/730523756974950
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USA Today linkshttp://www.usatoday.com/story/news/world/2013/11/09/haiyan-how-you-can-help/3484467/
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White House linkshttp://www.whitehouse.gov/typhoon
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Humanity Road Volunteerhttp://www.humanityroad.org/Volunteer Humanity Road brings together disaster response workers to assist during events with tasks such as researching, collecting, maintaining and tweeting information and resources about first aid, hospitals, shelters and other critical needs before, during, and after a disaster. Humanity Road is responding to Typhoon Haiyan, but to be a virtual volunteer, you must first participate in a one hour online training session; check out the website for the dates and times of the upcoming online training sessions. You will need Skype to participate in the online training.
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Stand-by Task Forcehttp://blog.standbytaskforce.com/The Stand-by Task Force provides support for crowdsourcing, mapping, data scrambling and technology testing. You can apply at any time to join the task force, and will join a team that is given a specific set of tasks in response to a crisis. The Task Force has been activated for the typhoon.
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Open Street Mapping http://tasks.hotosm.org/https://sites.google.com/a/standbytaskforce.com/typhoon-yolanda-deployment/The Humanitarian Open Street Map Team has been activated to provide geographic base data in areas affected by the typhoon. They are supporting the active OpenStreet Map community in the Philippines to help update the base map for the affected zones so that relief workers and responders have access to the most accurate data. *Read about their response efforts and how to get involved:
http://hot.openstreetmap.org/updates/2013-11-10_remote_hot_activation_in_the_philippines_for_typhoon_yolandahaiyan
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ALA Philippines Library Relief Fundhttp://www.ala.org/offices/philippines-library-relief
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BALSAhttp://weareactivists.net/Bayanihan Alay sa Sambayanan or BALSA (People’s Cooperation for the People), a national grassroots relief and rehabilitation organization composed of broad church-based organizations, schools, disaster response NGOs, and individuals, working with victims of disasters in the Philippines.
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Rotary Club of Palau – Super Typhoon Haiyan Relief FundWire Transfer Instructions:
Account name:  Rotary Club of Palau – Super Typhoon Haiyan Relief Fund
Account  #:  0037-126152
Routing # - 121301028
SWIFT:  BOHIUS77
Super Typhoon Haiyan caused severe damage to residents of Palau when it passed through Palau on early Thursday morning, November 7, 2013. The northernmost states of Kayangel and Ngarchelong bore the brunt of Super Typhoon Haiyan’s fury. In Kayangel, no single structure is intact, sea water has inundated 100% of the crops, there is no source of power, water, and communications. The 69 residents who survived Super Typhoon Haiyan have been relocated to Koror. In Ngarchelong, 51 households are without shelter, and the state continues to be without power and water. Thankfully, no lives were lost. The Rotary Club of Palau, District 2750, is accepting financial contributions towards purchasing much-needed supplies to assist with relief efforts. Monetary contributions will be applied to purchase drinking water, dry goods, toiletry kits, tarps or tents, and fuel for the clean-up recovery. Donations can be made to the Rotary Club of Palau, or deposited to the Rotary Club of Palau’s Super Typhoon Haiyan Relief Account at the Bank of Hawaii-Koror Branch. For further details or questions regarding your contribution, contact information is provided below.
Kate Salii
President,  2013-2014
Rotary Club of Palau, D2750
rotarypalau@gmail.com      
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National Federation of Filipino American Associationshttp://naffaa.wordpress.com/The National Federation of Filipino American Associations (NaFFAA), has been designated by the Philippine Disaster Recovery Foundation (PDRF – http://www.pdrf.org), as the lead organization in the U.S. to coordinate PRDF’s reconstruction efforts among Filipino American communities in support of Filipinos who are in emergent needs brought about by these recent calamities in the Philippines.
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USCIShttp://www.uscis.gov/news/alerts/uscis-reminds-filipino-nationals-impacted-typhoon-haiyan-available-immigration-relief-measures
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