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Monday, September 28, 2009

Ketsana




On Sept. 26, the Philippine capital Manila and its neighboring provinces suffered one of nature's worst beating. Typhoon Ondoy, international code name Ketsana, poured more than a month's worth of rain in six hours, submerging most parts of the bustling metropolis, drowning at least a hundred people as of press time. My prayers to the victims, and may we emerge victorious and live by the lessons of this tragedy. Donate via Paypal now at http://is.gd/3IOAT.

*If you want to donate goods and dont know where to bring them here is a list of places where you can drop them off: LINK


*The Philippines National Redcross is asking for donations that are going to be sent out to the vitctims of the typhoon. Here is a list of that are badly needed: Rice, noodles, canned goods, powdered milk, sugar, iodized salt, cooking oil, monggo beans, potable water, paracetamol, antibiotics, analgesic, oral rehydration salts, multivits and medication for diarrhea, bath soap, face ......towels, shampoo, toothbrush/paste, plastic mats, blankets, mosquito nets, laundry soap, water containers and purification tablets


*Call the American Red Cross if you want to help out in anyway at 1 (800) ... and let them know it's for the rescue and relief operatio...ns in the wake of Tropical Storm Ketsana in the Philippines. Even just a dollar will go a long way.


*Reposted from a friend, URGENT: We need your help: You can Help :) MISSION: Relief operations. Command Center is in ortigas ever gotesco badly needed food for the rescuers and all extra hands. Look for Colonel Roland Rodil, Philippine Army


*The MakatiMed medical missions in Cainta/Rizal area will run for one week beginning Monday, September 28. Doctors and personnel will visit evacuation areas to provide consultations and distribute medicines as needed, while the Health Services Program (HSP) center, located at the Ground Floor of MakatiMed, will be open 24/7 for one week to assist those who were affected by the typhoon.

Volunteers may submit their names and contact details to Dr. Victor Gisbert of the Social Services Dept and HSP at 0917.8922807 or Dr. Johnny Sinon, Emergency Department of MMC at 0917.5261345.

Donations will be accepted, in cash or kind. You may send your contributions to Ms. Jocelyn or Ms. Fatima at the Social Services Office, Ground Floor of the Makati Medical Center, Amorosolo St, Makati. They can also be reached at telephone numbers 8888-999 locals 7124 and 7104. New direct lines: 7894790-91.






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4 comments:

* Jen * said...

Ondoy really did a number on us. Tsk! I hope you and your family are safe. =)

See you at the Beauty Luxe sale! Woohoo!!

Ondoy Update said...

Saw the video and it was really heart fainting. BUt i'm sure God will really take good care of the rest. Hope you are also fine.

Niña said...

and then pepeng.. what's next?

Sush said...

@Jen: Havent been going online much. went early morning on thursday. did you find anything good. You too dear!

@Ondoy Update: I am, thank you. I hope everyone else is too now that its starting to pour again :/

@Nina: hayy, this is starting to get really scary

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