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September 26, 2009
posted by Nk. at 8:52 PM

As I'm writing this typhoon Ondoy has already wrecked havoc in most of Luzon. Hundreds, if not thousands of people in Manila (and nearby provinces) need our help.

I'm reposting the following emergency contact information from Manuel L. Quezon III's blog, let's do what we can:


Here’s what you can do even if you’re home

1. E-mail friends/relatives overseas to donate to their national Red Cross for Philippine flood victim relief.

2. If possible, contact the nearest chapter of the Philippine National Red Cross to find out how you can help wrap and prepare relief goods or contribute to information dissemination and other ways to keep people in touch.

3. Call your parish to find out plans when rains subside so you know where , how to help.

4. Pledge what would’ve been this weekend’s luxuries money for disaster relief.

Red Cross: 143, 527-0000. Centers for relief: Red Cross chapters in Rizal, QC, Valenzuela, Bulacan. Send full address of stranded friends/family to Sen. Dick Gordon 09178997898/0938444BOYS

National Disaster Coordinating Council (NDCC) Emergency Numbers: 912-5668, 911-1406, 912-2665, 911-5061. Help hotlines: 734-2118, 734-2120.

Metro Manila Development Authority (MMDA): 136

Philippine Coast Guard: 527-6136

Bureau of Fire Protection Region III (Central Luzon) Hotline: (045) 9634376

MERALCO hotlines: 0917-5592824, 0920-9292824

Contact NCRPO 838-3203, 838-3354 for rubber boat requests. You can also text 0917-422-6800 or 0927-675-1981 for rescue dump trucks. Appeal for those able, to lend 4×4 trucks for rescue. Pls send truck to Greenhills Shoppng Center Unimart Grocery to await deployment, tel. 09209072902

Office of Sen Villar to rescue stranded people: 0917-4226800, 0917-2414864, 0927-6751981

Please go to GMA Facebook page & post addresses of people in need of immediate help.

Red Cross donation through SMS: text REDAMOUNT to 2899 (Globe) or 4483 (Smart)

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


This storm reminds me of another typhoon which caught us by surprise: typhoon Reming. That betch of a typhoon took so many lives in Legazpi (Albay). My family and I would've lost our lives too had we not evacuated our house (which was in an area which never flooded before-- until that storm.). Remains as one of the scariest things to ever happen in my life.


Dear next President of the Philippines, please make environment a top priority. PLEASE.


MARIKINA RESCUE: 6462436 Boats now available. Please contact Nor Domingo/La Salle Greenhills 0920 907 290

ABS-CBN hotline to report situation in you area: 4163641

Jam 88.3. Call 631-8803 -or SMS - JAM (space) 883 (space) ur msg to 2968

Marikina Evac Center Numbers, in case you need to check if people you know are there 6462360 6462370

ATENEO now an open shelter accepts refugees… call 09178952792

Red Cross Rizal Chapter operations center 635-0922, 634-7824 needs drinking water, canned goods, clothing for Cainta, Mkina, S. Mateo

for more updates click:

Interactive emergency map:

Collaborative Disaster Response WIKI for Typhoon #Ondoy w/Maps, Anyone can signup, edit and post:

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