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  • Humanitarian Caravan

    The Philippine Red Cross Humanitarian Caravan, composed of a water tanker, food trucks for #PRCHotMealsOnWheels, a payloader, an ambulance, a tractor head with low bed trailer, a wheeler cargo truck with shelter tool kit and a generator inside, and a 6x6 truck, to the affected areas in Surigao del Norte and Bohol. Humanitarian Caravan is an initiative of PRC Chairman Senator Dick Gordon to boost our response and provide much-needed relief to the communities affected by TY #OdettePH.

  • Humanitarian Caravan

    The Philippine Red Cross Humanitarian Caravan, composed of a water tanker, food trucks for #PRCHotMealsOnWheels, a payloader, an ambulance, a tractor head with low bed trailer, a wheeler cargo truck with shelter tool kit and a generator inside, and a 6x6 truck, to the affected areas in Surigao del Norte and Bohol. Humanitarian Caravan is an initiative of PRC Chairman Senator Dick Gordon to boost our response and provide much-needed relief to the communities affected by TY #OdettePH.

  • Humanitarian Caravan

    The Philippine Red Cross Humanitarian Caravan, composed of a water tanker, food trucks for #PRCHotMealsOnWheels, a payloader, an ambulance, a tractor head with low bed trailer, a wheeler cargo truck with shelter tool kit and a generator inside, and a 6x6 truck, to the affected areas in Surigao del Norte and Bohol. Humanitarian Caravan is an initiative of PRC Chairman Senator Dick Gordon to boost our response and provide much-needed relief to the communities affected by TY #OdettePH.

  • Humanitarian Caravan

    The Philippine Red Cross Humanitarian Caravan, composed of a water tanker, food trucks for #PRCHotMealsOnWheels, a payloader, an ambulance, a tractor head with low bed trailer, a wheeler cargo truck with shelter tool kit and a generator inside, and a 6x6 truck, to the affected areas in Surigao del Norte and Bohol. Humanitarian Caravan is an initiative of PRC Chairman Senator Dick Gordon to boost our response and provide much-needed relief to the communities affected by TY #OdettePH.

  • PRC Chairman Senator Dick Gordon IS, AS ALWAYS, RELIABLY hands-on during the planning and preparations of the Philippine Red Cross as Typhoon #OdettePH made its landfall this afternoon at the eastern seaboard of the Philippines.

  • In response to the typhoon, PRC distributed #PRCHotMeals and deployed about ONE THOUSAND volunteers on the ground. UNDER GORDON'S LEADERSHIP, THESE PRC VOLUNTEERS GAVE CRUCIAL, LIFE-SAVING ASSISTANCE TO the families affected by the typhoon and THE FLOODING THAT IT CAUSED.

Emergency Response: TYPHOON ODETTE

Typhoon Odette made 9 landfalls and wreaked havoc in Surigao del Norte, Dinagat Island, Southern Leyte, Bohol, Cebu, Negros Oriental, and Palawan.

The heavy rains, wind, flood and landslides resulted in loss of lives and damaged airports, seaports rendered roads and bridges unpassable and caused disruption of basic necessities such as power, water and communications.

The Philippine Red Cross responded with a humanitarian caravan which consisting of water tanker, food truck, ambulance, payloader, and a 6x6 truck loaded with 2 generator sets, 5,000 face masks, 400 boxes of ready-to-eat meals, and medicines to support our Chapter personnel based in the affected areas.  With power and communication lines unavailable, coordination between our resources on the road, our people on the ground and our headquarters presents an enormous challenge.

As super typhoon Odette (internationally known as Rai) has caused catastrophic damages to many parts of the country, the Philippine Red Cross(PRC) Chairman and CEO Senator Dick Gordon appeals to the people to donate to affected communities in Visayas and Mindanao.

“ Our volunteers and staff have been working non stop to assess and respond swiftly to the damages on the ground. Since yesterday, we have deployed food trucks, and set up evacuation sites for thousands of affected individuals,” said Chairman and CEO Senator Dick Gordon in an interview.

“ As the auxiliary of the government, our role is to prioritize our responses to those who are most affected by the typhoon to be able to reach out to more affected communities,” added Gordon.

The PRC is appealing for donations as it is currently preparing rescue equipment, medical tents, mosquito nets, sleeping kits, food packs and other relief items as these will be sent over to affected areas.

MONETARY DONATIONS


Or you can deposit your donations to the following bank accounts:

BANCO DE ORO
Account Name: PHILIPPINE RED CROSS
Bank Address: G/F Velco Center, Roberto Oca Cor. A.C. Delgado sts., Port Area, Manila
Savings (PESO): 0045-3001-8647
Savings (DOLLAR): 1045-3003-9482
Swiftcode: BNOR PHMM


BANK OF THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS (BPI)
Account Name: PHILIPPINE RED CROSS
Bank Address: G/F Velco Center, Roberto Oca Cor. A.C. Delgado sts., Port Area, Manila
Savings : 4991 0036 52
Reference No.: Name of Donor / Contact number

**For bank transfer, kindly send copy of deposit slip to [email protected] for verification and issuance of official receipt

Paypal: [email protected]

 

CASH OR IN-KIND DONATIONS


Philippine Red Cross Tower
37 EDSA cor. Boni Avenue
Mandaluyong City

Email address: [email protected]

OTHER PLATFORM


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CONTACT DETAILS


Shariane Presilda
(+63) 917 804 9230

Shervi Mae Corpuz
(+63) 917 834 8378

Direct Lines:
(02) 87902413, (02) 87902414, (02) 87902396

Philippine Red Cross

Born officially in 1947, but with roots that traces back to the revolutionary days, the Philippine Red Cross has truly become the premier humanitarian organization in the country, committed to provide quality life-saving services that protect the life and dignity especially of indigent Filipinos in vulnerable situations.

Address: 37 EDSA corner Boni Avenue, Mandaluyong City 1550
Hotline: 143 Trunkline +63 2 8790 2300
Email: [email protected]
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