Pastor Kevin Sanders

"He must increase, but I must decrease." -John 3:30

Typhoon Ondoy Floods Manila

I’ve seen some of the devastation firsthand–I’ve never seen this kind of flooding before (not in seven years).  

Here’s a quick way those of us in the Philippines can help:

Right now the easiest way to make donations from the seat of your chair is via mobile phone load. The Red Cross Rescue and Relief Operations. Text: RED, (space) AMOUNT to 2899 (Globe) or 4483 (Smart). Ex. RED 300

Donations for the typhoon victims may be dropped off at any Petron gas station and Petron will forward this to DSWD Head Office.

Operation Blessing is starting to mobilize disaster relief efforts for typhoon Ondoy victims in Metro Manila. YOU CAN HELP by rallying finances, resources and volunteers. Call at the following numbers: The 700 Club Counseling Center at (632) 810-7…176 / 810-7717 or toll-free at 1-800-1-888-8700 Operation Blessing at (632) 812-0581 in Manila or (082) 297-3080 in Davao.

World Vision is raising funds to support ongoing efforts in Antipolo, Cainta & Marikina. Partnered with Phil Coast Guard for logistics. They want to help 3000 families w/ 3 day survival relief packs costing P2000 each. For cash donations, please deposit at BPI account number 4251-0024-15 or BDO account number 2700-4341-1. World Vision office is at 389 Quezon Ave., cor West 6th near Delta. Call or text 0917-5594272 (Boris)

Relief Goods can be sent to Caritas Manila Office at Jesus St., Pandaca Manila near Nagtahan Bridge ( 5639298/5639308). Relief goods can also be brought Radio Veritas at Veritas Tower West Ave. Corner EDSA (tel no. 9257931-40).

Aquino volunteers: contact Jiggy Cruz who is organizing relief goods collection and distribution. Or call Ms. Clare Amador at mobile no 9285205508 or Jana Vicente at 9285205499 for more details regarding Noy/Mar relief efforts.

Roxas volunteers: donations for flood relief can be brought to Balay, Expo Centro, Edsa cor. Gen, MacArthur, Araneta Center, Cubao.

Victory Fort is opening its doors to those affected by the typhoon. Call 813-FORT

American/International Readers:

To all friends/family who live in Canada and US who wish to help in the rescue and relief operations, you may donate through the American Red Cross. Call 1-800-435-7669.

For friends/relatives worldwide who would like to remit their $ for donation, please remit to ABS-CBN Foundation, Inc. Account # 5630020111 or coordinate with ABS-CBN Foundation if you’re in the U.S. 1-800-5272820.

World Vision: For those in the States who would like to contribute to World Vision, here’s the information:
Account Number: USD SA Account # 4254-0050-08
Bank Name: Bank of the Philippine Islands
Bank Address: Matalino corner Malakas Street
Diliman Quezon City
1100 Philippines
Bank swift Code: BOPIPHMM


  1. Additional info: you can only donate these amounts via text to PNRC: 10, 25,50,100. Text is 2.50 pesos each.

  2. The tragic scenario typhoon “Ondoy” have caused is really devastating. Most of the people don’t expect the floods to be that high in their area. But what’s the good thing right now is that there are lots of people across tne country and also all over the world that pledges to give money and relief goods to those affected families. I’m pretty sure that Gawad Kalinga is also taking its part in helping those calamity victims.

  3. Thank you Kuya Kevin. I posted this info on my blog too.

  4. We need to go out and try to help ondoy victims fast.

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