Philippines: Typhoon Rolly (Goni) Relief Response

Fundraising campaign by JUSTINE JUMAWAN
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MANILA — Typhoon Goni, expected to be the strongest storm to hit the Philippines this year, made landfall on Sunday morning, with weather officials predicting “catastrophic wind damage” as it roared through the country.

The warning came as emergency response teams backed by the Philippine police and military scrambled to prepare. Winds were expected to be particularly strong in Catanduanes Province and other areas, Pagasa, the national weather agency, said in tweet it posted Sunday morning.


video source via rappler.com

The center of the eye of Goni made landfall as a super typhoon at 4:50 a.m. in Catanduanes, an island province, Pagasa said.

TROPICAL CYCLONE UPDATE
Super Typhoon #RollyPH

At 4:50 AM today, the center of the eye of Super Typhoon #RollyPH made landfall in the vicinity of Bato, Catanduanes. pic.twitter.com/Lw0shoBHf1
— PAGASA-DOST (@dost_pagasa) October 31, 2020

The typhoon had sustained winds of 135 miles per hour at its center and gusts of 165 miles per hour as of early Sunday, prompting the Joint Typhoon Warning Center to categorize the storm as a super typhoon.

What We Need & What You Get.

Other Ways You Can Help:

  • All of the funds will go to buying medicine (antibiotics, tetanus shots, surgical sutures, bandages, medical equipment and other logistic requirements such as batteries for light, tents, survival kits, clean water) to bring needed medical care to Typhoon victims.
  • We are leveraging the power of stories, community, what it is to be human, and how we can all work together to save people's lives.
  • If the entire goal is not reached, the funds raised will still go to the victims of the Typhoon. Your participation in our campaign will have made a difference in someone's life.

Donate today to send vital disaster relief support to the Philippines affected of Typhoon. Your donation - whether it’s $10 or $100 - will support the work of the Citizens' Disaster Response Center (CDRC), a locally-led relief organization working on the ground right now in the hardest hit regions of the Philippines.

Typhoon Goni's Impact

#Filipino people who are just getting back on track after numerous community lock down quarantine announcements due to the on going COVID-19 Pandemic, is now being threaten with what the world is calling the strongest storm on earth know as super typhoon Goni, or locally known as Rolly.

  • 900 Estimated number of people killed
  • 330,000 Estimated number of people displaced
  • 4 million Children affected

How Your Donation Can Help

  • $10 Provides rice to a family of 6 for 3 days.
  • $25 Provides food and water to a displaced family for 3 days.
  • $50 Provides sleeping mats and blankets to 4 storm survivors.
  • $100 Provides 2 families with sleeping and hygiene kits, and several days of food and water.

The Impact:

Right now, the residents of the central region of the Philippines are in much need of food, shelter, clean water and medical care. As a Filipino citizen myself, me and my colleagues feel it is our responsibility to provide the latter. Many have already volunteered their time, safety and personal conveniences to go into the field and help. It is our chance to provide them with as much resources as possible to be able to reach as many people as possible.

Other ways you can help:

Please spread the word to your family and friends. Every cent counts as it can be a matter of life and death to someone, and if we do not reach our goal, we will still use the funds to buy as much as we can for the people affected by the Typhoon.

If you cannot donate, we would appreciate it if you could help us get the word out about our campaign!

I will constantly update this page to keep you informed of our progress.

Maraming at daghan salamat!

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Im currently employed as a fabricator on a local warehouse in Cavite, Philippines.

Im currently employed as a fabricator on a local warehouse in Cavite, Philippines.

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Nov 01

Another Typhoon Has Entered PAR

Update posted by JUSTINE JUMAWAN at 01:46 pm

WE NEED ALL THE HELP WE CAN GET, PLEASE INCLUDE THE FILIPINO PEOPLE ON YOUR PRAYERSMANILA, Philippines — As Typhoon Rolly continues to threaten the Philippines, the state weather bureau revealed that tropical storm Siony intensified and entered the Philippine area of responsibility (PAR) on Sunday morning.In a severe weather

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Nov 01

Typhoon "#RollyPH" made its third landfall in the vicinity of San Narciso, Quezon (13.5°N,122.6°E) at 12:00 PM today.

Update posted by JUSTINE JUMAWAN at 06:57 am

TYPHOON "ROLLY" FURTHER WEAKENS AND IS NOW OVER MONGPONG PASS. Violent winds and intense rainfall associated with the region of the eyewall and inner rainbands of the typhoon is prevailing or expected within the next 12 hours over the Marinduque, Laguna, the eastern portion of Batangas, and Cavite. This a. . . . .

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US$14.00
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