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LIST: Relief efforts to join or donate to

Orgwatch is an initiative by UPLB Perspective that aims to strengthen its efforts in promoting a pro-student and well-informed community.

Many communities that are still recovering from the damage from Typhoons Pepito and Quinto were once again devastated by a stronger one, that is, Super Typhoon Rolly. Here are some relief efforts seeking to give aid to the victims. 


Call for donations for typhoon victims in CALABARZON and Bicol Region

Publication material from STPB UPLB/Facebook


A donation drive for the victims of Typhoon Rolly in CALABARZON and the Bicol Region is launched by the Serve the People Brigade (STPB) UPLB, in partnership with University of the Philippines Los Baños, UPLB University Student Council (USC), All UP Academic Employees Union – Los Baños and UPLB Ugnayan ng Pahinungod. Here is how you can extend your help to the affected communities:









For monetary donations:
LANDBANK
Mariah Joy B. Dela Providencia
SA 1896 3525 73 

PAYPAL
paypal.me/stpbuplb

GCASH
0953 3081 839

For in-kind donations, you may contact 0953 3081 839. They accept ready-to-eat food, toiletries, first aid essentials, gallons of drinking water, and sheets.

Should you want to help as a volunteer, sign-up now using this link: https://bit.ly/3fWlitu


Task Force Rolly: a relief effort to help affected communities in CALABARZON and MIMAROPA 

Publication material by Southern Tagalog Serve the People Corps/Facebook

Task Force Rolly is a relief effort spearheaded by Tulong Katagalugan of Southern Tagalog Serve the People (STP) Corps in collaboration with the following organizations/formations: Ugnayang Pilipino sa Belgium, Quezon Ecumenical Movement, UP Catandungan, Tulong Lingap Batangan, Labor Watch, STPB, UPLB USC, Rotaract Club of Mega EDSA, All UP Academic Employees Union-Los Baños, Tulong Magsasaka, Tulong Kabataan, Katribu, Bayang Matulungin, and Lingap Gabriela. 

They accept the following in-kind donations: bigas, canned goods, toiletries (e.g. soap, shampoo, and alcohol), wearable and clean clothes, mineral water, blankets, and jackets. 

For in-kind donations and inquiries, you may contact 0912 598 5323 or send a message on the Facebook page of STP Corps here: https://www.facebook.com/STPCorps.

For monetary donations, you may refer to the details below:
GCASH
0912 598 5323

PAYMAYA
0905 143 8496

UNIONBANK
1098 169 09052

According to the Facebook page of STP Corps, they are also looking for help in consolidating information and further reporting on communities that still need help after being devastated by both the typhoon and pandemic. 


Call for donations for typhoon victims in Laguna and Quezon 

Publication material from STPB UPLB/Facebook

Communities in Laguna and Quezon are damaged and flooded after the storms brought by Typhoon Quinta and Pepito. Serve The People Brigade (STPB) UPLB is currently looking for donations in cash or in kind to help these affected communities. Here are some of the ways you can extend a hand:

For monetary donations:
LANDBANK
Mariah Joy B. Dela Providencia
SA 1896 3525 73

PAYPAL
paypal.me/stpbuplb
GCASH
0953 308 1839

For in-kind donations, you may contact 0953 308 1839 or the STPB-UPLB Facebook page.
Should you want to help as a volunteer, sign up now using this link: https://bit.ly/3fWlitu.
For questions and concerns, you may message them on their Facebook page. 


PAG-AHON: a donation drive for the victims of typhoon in Bicol Region

Publication material from Alpha Phi Omega Service Sorority – Theta Chapter/Facebook

The Alpha Phi Omega Theta Alumni Association in coordination with UPLB Alpha Phi Omega Fraternity & Sorority – Theta Chapter is launching a relief effort for communities affected by the recent typhoons. Their initiative, “PAG-AHON: A donation drive for the victims of Typhoon Quinta and Rolly in the Bicol Region,” seeks to give aid to affected provinces such as Catanduanes, Albay, and Camarines Sur.

If you wish to give donations, here are the options you may refer to:

APO Theta AA Bank Account number: 
Account Name: Maria Rochella Limon and Mary Ann Guilatco 
Peso Check Acct No: 8920-0079-54 
BPI Sta. Rosa Nuvali Technopod Branch 
Swift Code: BOPIPHMM 
Address: Avida Settings Nuvali, Canlubang, Calamba, Laguna 
Phone Number: +639178536437 
Email: rochellalimon@gmail.com 
GCash Name: Maria Rochella Limon
GCash Number: 09178536437

For USA donors: 

Mail check to Edna Chua 
4520 Maplewood Ave #5, Los Angeles CA 90004 
Transfer funds via Zelle: 323-370-9073 via Venmo or PayPal 
Email: iontour@gmail.com


Tabang Bicol 2020: A donation drive to help Bicolano residents

Publication material from UP Bugkos/Facebook

UP Bugkos, in partnership with the Bicol University College of Medicine – Medicine Student Council and organizations, is launching a donation drive for Bicolano residents severely affected by the Super Typhoon Rolly. The relief effort is part of their Tabang Bicol initiative that happens annually. The proceeds will be used for providing clothes, blankets, hygiene kits, masks, and food for those in need. 

For monetary donations, you may refer to the bank details below:  

Christian F. Picones
BPI: 1639-0764-89
GCash: 0965-481-1357

Irene C. Velasco
LBP: 1496-249-530
Paymaya: 0919-954-3519
Metrobank: 677-3-677-07866-0

If you wish to make a donation, you may send your receipts or proof of deposit to the Facebook page of UP Bugkos, or through their email: upbugkosoragon@gmail.com.

For in-kind donations and inquiries, you may contact us at 0967-207-2589 and 0919-954-3519. 


Call for donations for the families in Libon, Albay and farmers in San Pablo, Laguna

Publication material by UPLB Graduate School Student Council/Facebook

UPLB Graduate School Student Council (GSSC) in partnership with UPLB Environmental Science Society launched a donation drive for the families in Libon, Albay and farmers in San Pablo, Laguna that are affected by the recent typhoons. 

You may refer to the bank details below:
Kendrick Faronilo
GCASH
0917 316  3862

LANDBANK
SA 1896 2855 36

UPLB USC’s Citizens Watch: report on any emergency during the typhoon

Publication material by UPLB USC/Facebook

Are you still in Los Baños? Students affected by the recent typhoons are encouraged to report to UPLB USC on any emergency. You may tell your urgent needs and the status of your area so that they can find ways to reach out. 

For affected individuals, you may fill out this form: http://bit.ly/STPBCitizensWatch. For other concerns, you may message UPLB USC on their Facebook page, or text any of their hotline numbers below: 

0908 785 4027 | 0953 308 1839
0906 543 0185




UPLB constituents’ unity statement for academic ease

Publication material by Rise for Education-UPLB/Facebook

The constituents of UPLB continue the university-wide campaign to defend our democratic rights to education and genuine social welfare. A unity statement for academic ease has recently been released by Rise for Education (R4E) UPLB to forward the students’ agenda. 

Still facing the COVID-19 pandemic crisis, the situation of most Filipinos worsened due to the incompetence of the government in disaster response during the recent typhoons. Now is the time to urgently demand for an academic ease as it is the right of both students and faculty to receive aid and consideration in these times of crises. For more details on the campaign, read here: https://www.facebook.com/R4EUPLB/posts/3366684046718565

If your organization still wants to join as a signatory, you may go to bit.ly/AcadEaseUS and fill out the form. The statement will be sent to the UPLB administration to strengthen our call.


Orgwatch is an initiative by UPLB Perspective that aims to strengthen its efforts in promoting a pro-student and well-informed community. 

Each week we curate a list of events, webinars, activities, donation drives, and campaigns led by student organizations that we think you need to know. 

Send us your events at orgwatch.uplbperspective@gmail.com. Provide the full name and brief description of your organization and the initiative you want to promote, and send us a copy of your logo and relevant publication material(s). [P]

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