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Located in the Pacific Ring of Fire, the Philippines is among the most disaster-prone countries, including active volcanoes, frequent earthquakes, and around 20 typhoons a year, causing floods and landslides.
Donate to Philippines Typhoon Relief Fund. We want to stress to all friends and family of the Philippine Super Typhoon #MAWAR continues to strengthen and drift south today. Thousands of people in Manila and the NCR for that matter are going to be caught off guard by how strong the winds are, especially as the storm passes north and winds kick up across the bay.
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We urgently seek your support for the victims of a recent typhoon. Entire communities have been devastated, families displaced and lives shattered.
Your donation, regardless of size, will provide vital aid such as emergency supplies, clean water, medical care, and temporary shelter. Please visit our website or contact us to make a contribution and bring hope to those in need.
Thank you for your compassion and generosity.
“Super Typhoon MAWAR Batters Philippines. The storm, packing winds of up to 215 KMph (135 miles per hour) with gusts up to 300 KMph (185 mph hour)”
“An estimated 450,000 children affected after Typhoon #MAWAR destroyed their homes. They need safe drinking water, health, nutrition, psychosocial support, protection from violence, and continuation of learning. Life-saving supplies such as water purification tablets, hygiene kits, jerrycans, tents, and water storage units for some of the affected areas, are needed. You can still help. Send help now”
“Will you make a small $25 gift today?”
To help, you can give to NonProfit For Good Relief through your donation We have teams reaching out to the affected areas and our countrymen and extending help to families who will be rebuilding homes Priority needs include food, potable water, temporary shelter, fuel, hygiene kits, medical supplies as well as protection services. Affected people expressed the preference for cash assistance to access local markets where they had been restored.
“We need your help”
The strength and unpredictable nature of typhoons serve as a reminder of the importance of disaster preparedness and resilient infrastructure. While the government continues to enhance its response capabilities, it is equally important for individuals and communities to be proactive in preparing for such natural disasters to minimize potential risks and ensure a swift recovery.
In the face of Super Typhoon Mawar, let us stand united, support one another, and prioritize safety as we navigate through this challenging period.
Your support will enable us to get “Boots on the Ground” to deliver the following relief goods where they are urgently needed:
✔️ Ready-to-eat food (easy-to-open canned goods, instant noodles, biscuits)
✔️ Bottled water
✔️ Sanitary kits (soap, sanitary napkins, diapers)
✔️ Face masks and alcohol
✔️ Medicine for common types of sickness
Typhoons in the Philippines can occur any time of the year, with the months of June to September being most active, with August being the most active individual month and May the least active. Approximately 20 tropical cyclones enter the Philippine area of responsibility yearly, an area which incorporates parts of the Pacific Ocean, the South China Sea, and the Philippine Archipelago (with the exception of Tawi-Tawi province). In each year, ten cyclones are usually expected to be typhoons, with five having the potential to be destructive ones.