It has been two weeks since Typhoon Haiyan hit the Philippines, leaving at least 4,000 people dead and large parts of the country devastated.
The city of Tacloban was particularly hard hit, with large areas still covered in debris and more bodies being discovered in the wreckage.
The typhoon hit some of the same areas that were affected by an earthquake in October, adding to damage to houses and hampering aid efforts. Thousands of people on Bohol island, where CAFOD was responding to the earthquake, are now living in tents, makeshift shelters and evacuation centres. CAFOD is continuing to supply food and shelter to those who most need it.
Let us give those victims a new hope and a new life to start. Every single cent make a hundreds and it would be a big help for them.
Please help raise funds for the victims affected by this disaster by donating any amount. In small or simple ways we can help them rebuild their new lives.
"All proceeds will be sent to Philippines Red Cross and Department of Social Welfare and Development"