Typhoon Ulysses landed in the Philippines on November 11th 2020. The Philippines has experienced the strongest typhoons to hit all in just a month.
Ulysses, known as the deadliest typhoon in the country this year leaving most areas in Luzon—particularly Metro Manila, Cagayan Region, CALABARZON, Bicol Region, Central Luzon, and Cordillera, submerged in floodwater, landslides and with 67 deaths and 22 missing.
The National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) deployed search and rescue teams to support local authorities in ferrying people to safer ground.
If you’re looking to help those affected by Typhoon Ulysses, here is a guide to important resources for relief efforts, donation drives and emergency hotlines.
WHERE TO DONATE FOR ULYSSES PH RELIEF:
1. Philippine Red Cross
Volunteers and staff rescuing flood victims, providing hot meals, supporting healthcare workers and conducting clearing operations are still operating for those you were affected by the typhoon. After the rescue operations by the Philippine Red Cross in Rizal and Marikina, PRC is now helping in cleaning the mud and garbage that was left. Philippine Red Cross volunteers will continue to give help to recover from the people affected by the flood.
2. Kaya Natin! Movement
The Bangon Luzon relief drive, in partnership with the Office of VP Leni Robredo, will continue with relief operations to the communities affected by Typhoons Ulysses.
As of 20 November 2020, The Bangon Luzon relief drive for typhoon victims has already raised P 55.3 Million. Relief assistance continues in the communities affected by the recent typhoons.
3. Caritas Manila
Cagayan has been placed in a state of calamity due to the floods wrought by Typhoon Ulysses. As of 13 November, more than 150 families in Tondo have already received assistance.
4. Rise Against Hunger Philippines
Rise Against Hunger Philippines is appealing to individuals, groups and corporations for support in order to respond to the crisis triggered by successive natural disasters that have displaced hundreds of thousands of Filipino families this month.
5. Tanging Yaman Foundation Inc.
Tanging Yaman Foundation is a Filipino non-profit organisation that aims to help other Filipino in need.
If you would like to donate/ ask your followers to donate, we have posted donation links for Kids For Kids PH and For the Future PH on our website as well. Let us help our fellow Filipino’s to recover from the disaster that Typhoon Ulysses had left.
EMERGENCY HOTLINES FOR TYPHOON ULYSSES
Those who would need rescue or immediate help please contact these emergency hotlines in your respective areas:
National Emergency Hotline in the Philippines: 911
Philippine National Police Hotline: 117 or (02) 8722-0650
Philippine Red Cross: 143 or (02) 8527-8385 to 95
Bureau of Fire Protection: (02) 8426-0219 or (02) 8426-3812
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