Typhoon Haiyan has caused so much pain to those who have been affected and it also has opened our eyes to what the Philippine government can and can’t do. Despite the heartbreak Haiyan has also brought out the goodness in every one. Our neighboring countries near and far have sent in help to all survivors. Overseas Filipino workers around the globe conducted charity events to benefit those that have been affected. Netizens have shared information in every way they can to spread awareness and update. Maraming Salamat po. Thank you.
Survivors of Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan) need your help. We have friends who’s family is in Ormoc and Palompon Tacloban who have not slept in days trying to contact relatives, after 3 days they finally got good news that everyone is safe. Omar’s two kids are lucky that they have coconut meat to eat. Some survivors don’t have shelter and food. If you are wondering how you can help, I have a list of organizations below accepting donations. Philippine Red Cross World Food Programme Save the Children Unicef Habitat for Humanity The Philippine Consulate of Dubai is hosting a Brunch for Cause this Friday (November 15), you can also drop off relief goods that day. Thank you.