TYPHOON YOLANDA: 8 More Creative Ways to Help Typhoon Yolanda Victims this Week! #HELPCAPIZ! #UNSELFIE #DOTBOOKMARKS
1. HELP CAPIZ!
2. SUPPORT PROJECT WHEEL CHAIR
Support this unique campaign to provide a wheelchair for a disabled child in need.
You can also join the intimate dinner at Pepita's Kitchen this coming November 27, Wednesday to support the project.
3. DONATE TO UNICEF's UNSELFIE CAMPAIGN
This is a brilliant unselfie campaign from Unicef! It's good to donate to cool campaigns like this. :)
4. CHANGE YOUR PROFILE PIC TO SHOW SUPPORT
One Philippines: Black Monday to show our sympathy to the victims of the recent natural calamities in our country, and to show the world our eagerness to give immediate attention to the global issue of climate change.
This is my favorite Facebook Profile pic designed by Jaycee Dee via Janice.
5. THANK TOURISTS FOR THEIR SUPPORT
The Department of Tourism (DOT) is distributing bookmarks at the International Airports, including NAIA 1, 2, 3, and the Mactan Cebu International Airport (MCIA). This effort was initiated by the Department of Tourism last Wednesday, November 13, for outbound foreign visitors as a token for bearing with the Filipino people during this most difficult time.
We understand that most of these departing foreigners were in the Philippines when Yolanda hit us, and in one way or another, they might have been inconvenienced during their stay with us. As a token of apology and appreciation, we are giving away these bookmarks to foreign tourists leaving the country in hopes that they will realize that we appreciate them for having the Philippines as their destination of choice.
6. VOLUNTEER IN OPERATION HATID AT VILLAMOR AIR BASE & MOBILE ART KITCHEN
Most of the people affected in Typhoon Yolanda in Tacloban are now relocated at Villamor Air Base. Please volunteer your time and support them by bringing them home to their families here in Manila.
Check out the official facebook page: Operation Hatid At Villamor Air Base
Calling all Volunteer Cooks who can help cook the ingredients donation to feed the Typhoon Yolanda Survivors at Villamor.
Here's a sample inventory as of november 18 8 AM:
- Water: 5 boxes of 250 ml (24 bottles each, 3 half 5 gallons
- Sardines: 60 cans
- Biscuits: 1 box
- Coleslaw: 1 large bowl
- Instant coffee: 3 packs
- Cheese: 3 rims
- Oil: 1 1/2 gallons
- Eggs: 3 trays
- Soy sauce: 5 gallons
- Vinegar: 5 gallons
- Rice: 75 kilos
- Glutinous rice: 20 kilos
- Salt: 4 kilos
- Macaroni: 60 kilos
- Hotdog: 1 kilo
- White sugar: 2 kilos
- Mayonnaise: 1 gallon
- Milo: 2 bags
- Iced tea: 2 kilos
- Candies: less than a bag
- Barako coffee: 5 bags
- Evap: 1 can
- Condensed: 4 cans
- Baguio beans: 1/2 kilo
- Potato: 1 kilo
- Cabbage: 2 heads
- Spring onions: 1 bundle
- Saba: 2 kilos
- Bell pepper: 100 grams
- Patis: 2 gallons
- Microwavable boxes: 8 packs
- 100 pcs paper plate
- Plastic spoons; approx 200 pcs
- Plastic fork: less than 50
- Plastic cups: 400 pcs
- Styro cups: 75 pcs
- Paper cups: less than 200
Calling for FOOD TRUCKS that can help in preparation, and cooking the food faster; and Chiller Truck that can be beside the tents to use for storage of ice and the meat.
7. SIGN STAND WITH THE PHILIPPINES PETITION
Why this is important
Last weekend’s Super Typhoon Haiyan made landfall in my family’s hometown. The devastation is so staggering, that I’m struggling to find words to describe how I feel about the losses and damages we have suffered from this.
I spent two days agonizing over the fate of my relatives. But when I finally reached my brother, it filled me with renewed strength and great relief. He survived the onslaught, and for the last few days, he has been helping gather dead bodies. He is hungry and weary as food supplies find it difficult to arrive in the hardest hit areas.
But beyond the colossal humanitarian challenge ahead, we must take the courage to face the truth: the superstorm was not just another natural disaster -- it was made stronger and more deadly by human-caused climate change. For too long, those countries with the greatest capacity to act and greatest responsibility for the problem have shirked their obligations to cut pollution as the science demands. That has locked-in climate change, and could lock-in even worse impacts to come.
So I’ve taken a rare step as a public servant -- I’ve gone beyond the usual conventions to start an Avaaz petition. I’m appealing to Avaaz members to stand in solidarity with the people of the Philippines and all victims of climate change worldwide. Together our voices can push the governments meeting at the UN climate summit happening now to ratchet up pollution controls and help poorer communities with funding.
The question that will determine our survival is: can humanity rise to the occasion? I still believe we can. Sign the petition today, and forward it to everyone, and I will deliver it personally at the talks.
Yeb Sano, Climate Commissioner for the Philippines and the government’s lead negotiator at the the Warsaw climate talks
Sign the Petition here: Stand with the Philippines Petition
8. TEACH THE CHILDREN TO SUPPORT RELIEF EFFORTS
RJ Ledesma: "Privileged to donate to the One La Salle Relief fund at La Salle Greenhills earlier today. My daughter insisted on coming along to make sure that the Cinderella dress she donated would go to a little girl from Tacloban whom she saw on the news. — with Vanessa S. Pastor-Ledesma."
This is the best time to teach the kids to be compassionate for other kids who were affected by the typhoon. Bring them to your alma mater and support the relief efforts.
Live an Awesome Life,
P.S. SUPPORT DAKILA: BAYANIHAN REPUBLIC
DAKILA are looking for people who would want to help out organize a big concert, a big food bazaar, a merchant bazaar and series of workshops.
Let's support the Dakila event! Please call Precious - 0917 828-8690 if you want to support :)