How to help: Where to donate or volunteer #PabloPH #reliefPH

Interaksyon reports show the ” death toll from Typhoon ‘Pablo’ soared close to 300 with the Philippine Army reporting more than 140 fatalities in Compostela Valley province alone. ” Reports also reveal that about ” 21,560 families or 106,730 persons were evacuated in Regions 8, 10, 11 and Caraga.” The damage and death toll is devastating.

The @govph site  provides a  Crisis Response Page for Typhoon Pablo (http://www.gov.ph/crisis/typhoon-pablo/), the Official Gazette Facebook page at (https://www.facebook.com/govph), and follow @govph@ndrrmc_opcen, and @dswdserves.

While P8-billion government fund is available for those affected by Pablo , help from the private sector can be an added boost. Some have already initiated efforts.

LBC once again accepts donations for the #PabloPH victims.They encourage you to wrap your donations in blankets/towels or pack them in used boxes instead of using plastic . All LBC branches in the Philippines will be accepting donations for victims of #PabloPH until Dec. 21.

Other mail and more outlets nationwide are accepting donations like Air 21 and mailandmore.com.ph

The website reliefph.com that monitors relief operations in twitter via #reliefPH also provides many options on reaching out to the victims.

Interaksyon has done a great job in curating ways to help out the victims in the wake of the storm, Pablo.

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