Organizations fundraise for typhoon relief

Malaya Movement calls on our members, supporters and allies to urgently raise support and relief for those who are affected by the series of typhoons that hit the Philippines. We urge our chapters, supporters and allies to organize fundraisers, solicit donations and hold activities in support of the peoples’ relief efforts. For donations, contact or visit

Handang Tumulong Foundation, Inc.  is accepting donations for those affected by the two consecutive typhoons in the Philippines. Make it part of your Thanksgiving charities. Visit their website at

St. Paul Alumnae USA has launched a Typhoon Ulysses Appeal soliciting support from Paulinians based in the United States to provide assistance to St. Paul University Philippines and St. Paul Hospital Tuguegarao.  According to Sister Adelina Javellana, Administrator of St. Paul Hospital Tuguegarao and Provincial Assistant for Health Care, St. Paul University Philippines is completely flooded and the Sisters are not able to leave the campus immediately after Typhoon Ulysses passed through the region.  

Ways to donate:

PAYPAL:  Send your donation to to:  (Memo: Tuguegarao). 

ZELLE:   Send your donation via Zelle through your bank to: (Memo: Tuguegarao). 

CHECK:  Please make your check out to St. Paul Alumnae USA (Memo: Tuguegarao).  Mail to St. Paul Manila USA, 4 Park Avenue, Suite 16G, New York, NY 10016. 

Kindly provide your mailing address, phone number, and email address as well as St. Paul Campus you attended and graduation year. For more information, contact St. Paul Alumnae USA at

JCI Philippine-New York, JCI Quezon City Capitol, and Handang Tumulong are working on a relief operation called Oplan Kaagapay for Cagayan province that has been under a state of calamity due to flooding from the cumulative effects of recent Typhoon Ulysses and the release of water from Magat Dam. The local JCI Chapters in Cagayan province such as JCI Tuguegarao, JCI Tuguegarao Ybanag, JCI Tuguegarao Makasta, JCI Claveria, and JCI Tuao led by Regional Vice President John Valeriano L. Escobar will distribute the relief goods needed in their communities. For more information contact

TOFA is hosting a virtual charity to benefit the victims. Typhoon Ulysses displaced 3 million people in the Philippines, according to the Department of Social Welfare and Development. 100% of the proceeds will go to the relief efforts of CSTV’s Grateful Tuesdays with Chemist Pinky Tobiano and Yeng Constantino. Join us live November 23 at 8pm ET on PHLV Radio.

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