Various organizations, companies offer help to flood victims

(UPDATED) Amid the floods and heavy rains, private institutions, schools, and organizations are mobilizing relief operations.

Various school organizations have called for volunteers and donations.

ABS-CBN's Sagip Kapamilya accepts donations in cash or in-kind. Donations in kind can be dropped off at:

Sagip Kapamilya Warehouse
#13 Examiner St. West Triangle, Quezon City

Some of the urgent needs are rice, canned goods, noodles, water, biscuits, coffee, sugar, juices, medicines (paracetamol, mefenamic acid, loperamide, antibiotics, skin ointment—for children and adults), mats, and mosquito nets.

For cash or check 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

Cash donations may also be deposited in the following SAGIP KAPAMILYA Bank Accounts:

Peso Account
Bank Name: BANCO DE ORO
Bank Account No: 393- 011-4199
Bank Account Name: ABS-CBN Foundation Inc. - Sagip Kapamilya
Branch:Sct. Albano, Quezon Avenue, Quezon City
Swift Code: BNORPHMM

Dollar Account
Bank Name: BANCO DE ORO
Bank Account No: 393-008-1622
Bank Account Name: ABS-CBN Foundation Inc. - Sagip Kapamilya
Branch:Sct. Albano, Quezon Avenue, Quezon City
Swift Code: BNORPHMM

Peso Account
Bank Name: BANK OF THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Bank Account No: 305-111-2775
Bank Account Name: ABS-CBN Foundation Inc. - Sagip Kapamilya
Branch:West Triangle, Quezon City
Swift Code: BOPIPHMM

Dollar Account
Bank Name: BANK OF THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Bank Account No: 3054-0270-35
Bank Account Name: ABS-CBN Foundation Inc. - Sagip Kapamilya
Branch:West Triangle, Quezon City
Swift Code: BOPIPHMM

Peso Account
Bank Name: PHILIPPINE NATIONAL BANK
Bank Account No: 419-539-5000-13
Bank Account Name: ABS-CBN Foundation Inc. - Sagip Kapamilya
Branch:Timog, Quezon City
Swift Code: PNBMPHMM

Dollar Account
Bank Name: PHILIPPINE NATIONAL BANK
Account Number: 419-539-5000-21
Account Name: ABS-CBN Foundation, Inc.-Sagip Kapamilya
Branch:Timog, Quezon City
Swift Code: PNBMPHMM

Peso Account
Bank Name: METROBANK
Account Number: 636-3-636-08808-1
Account Name: ABS - CBN Foundation, Inc. - Sagip Kapamilya
Branch: Examiner Quezon Ave. Branch
Swift Code: MBTCPHMM
SM, meanwhile, said its malls will remain open and will serve as temporary refuge for people who are stranded. They are also accepting donations from the public.
 
"We hope that some of the stranded find temporary safe shelter in our malls.SM Supermalls, together with SM Foundation, will start accepting donations for victims of Typhoon Maring in all its 47 malls nationwide. Donation bins will be made available in the malls. All donations will be coursed though Caritas Manila," management said in a statement. 
  
Residents of Parañaque, Laguna and Cavite received free bottled water, canned goods, and coffee from San Miguel.

Telecommunication company Smart also deployed “Libreng Tawag” stations in flooded areas to assist affected residents in contacting their loved ones.

The free call stations are located in Biñan Poblacion Police Station in Laguna, and Malanday Elementary School in Marikina City. More stations will be opened in Mandaluyong, Taguig, Quezon City, and Rosario and General Trias in Cavite     

Globe has also announced how their subscribers can help using their mobile cash service. The service will benefit the Red Cross, Department of Social Welfare and Development, and Simbahang Lingkod Bayan.


Meantime, here's a list of other organizations and institutions that aim to help the victims of Maring and the SW monsoon.


Tumana, Marikina Barangay Chairman Ziffred Ancheta also asks for more medicines & sleeping mats for residents in evacuation centers.

Fatther Jeff Aytona said Sto. Domingo Church in Quezon City is housing around 1,200 evacuees. For donations, they may be reached through this number: 712-6271 to 74.

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