How to Donate for Philippine Flood Victims


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Here I am again appealing to everyone to pray for our fellow countrymen who braved once again another bout of terrifying flood. Unfortunately, although there was no typhoon, the continuous deadly torrential rain was said to have brought worse aftermath than Typhoon Ondoy (Tropical Storm Sendong). :(

PLEASE DONATE AT RED CROSS IF YOU WISH TO EXTEND HELP. DONATIONS IN KIND AND IN CASH ARE BADLY NEEDED AND WILL BE MUCH APPRECIATED. LOOK FOR VARIOUS OPTIONS ON HOW TO DONATE AND HELP. GOD BLESS YOUR KIND SOUL AND GENEROUS HEART.

2 comments:

  1. thanks for sharing this!
    it truly helps dear.
    it just shows that we can't fight with nature and sadly, the extreme climate changes
    we've been experiencing lately.
    but, we still have to deal with some undisciplined pinoys,
    throwing their trash anywhere, drainage here, has always and will be a problem and more.
    but today,
    we just pray for those who're in dire need of help,
    and has nothing left,
    it's clearly a grave disaster.
    i do hope our country will learn from this and
    things will get better.

    ps: manila and the rest of Luzon has badly suffered.
    worse than ondoy, in my opinion,
    from where I;m living, we can't even leave our apartment,
    our store baha din as well...
    baha hanggang knees above,
    no water din, but buti nalang my electricity.
    it's been 2 days of non-stop heavy rains,
    as i;'m commenting at this moment, the sky has finally gone quiet.
    thank you Lord...

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  2. it's indeed really a lot of rain to cause the terrible flooding, hopefully, also, we learn from this every year's lesson to keep on pressuring the government to improve our drainage and waste system, which is a long term resolve to this almost every year problem, and also for everyone to avoid throwing trash carelessly. some of the pictures i saw showed the wrath of nature :( where it dumped back to the shore the mountainous solid waste we (as a country) had dumped into ocean :( prayers and whatever little we can give is indeed very much needed and would help those who had been affected, however, it is also my hopes and prayers to raise awareness on how to possibly prevent this from yearly happening. thanks for sharing this, Che.

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