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From my email.

An estimated two million individuals from 89 cities and municipalities in NCR Regions I, III, and IV-A were affected by the brutal Southwest Monsoon.

Despite this unfortunate catastrophe, we believe that the spirit of Bayanihan is alive and overflowing in Filipino hearts as our citizens reach out to fellow Filipinos who have lost their homes to flee for safer grounds.

If you wish to volunteer or give donations? Here’s a comprehensive list of organizations compiled by GMA News Online.

LIST OF ORGANIZATIONS

Check here to see the effects of Southwest Monsoon in the country.

LATEST NDRRMC UPDATE

Bayanihan Fund Drive: Donate to Ondoy Flood Victims

Barrio BayanihanPicking up the pieces for victims of Ondoy. I’m appealing to our readers to spare a few amount or spread the word about Bayanihan Fund Drive: Donate to Ondoy Flood Victims, initiated by Barrio Siete dot com.

1.) Make a donation to our Bayanihan Fund Drive: Donate to Ondoy Flood Victims. If you can’t, then help us by making this viral and create an entry entitled: “Bayanihan Fund Drive: Donate to Ondoy Flood Victims“. A link to this original entry will be appreciated where your readers can make a donation. Please leave us a note in the comment section if you are joining so we can list your entry, in case the pingback doesn’t work.

2.) Invite other bloggers to join our “Bayanihan Fund Drive: Donate to Ondoy Flood Victims”

3.) We will list the names of the donors in a worksheets, their organization and/or their websites, unless they prefer to be anonymous.

4.) The listing will be updated regularly and will be posted here in Barrio Siete Dot com.

5.) We are only accepting monetary donations in currencies accepted by Paypal.

6.) All donations will be remitted only to the Philippine National Red Cross in Manila. (We have not made any contact with them yet.)

7.) If you prefer: You can make donations directly to the Philippine National Red Cross. Here is the link: Ways to donate

In Barrio Siete, this is where you can make your donation. We will in turn, turn this over to the Philippine National Red Cross.

Thousands have lost their homes, many children are now hungry and stranded on their rooftops. Rescue workers are overloaded with the burden of saving thousands waiting to be saved. Please help by putting a badge or making a small donation.If you would be so kind as to help please click the badge above and you land on the official donation page.

Thanks Mahalia of Chocolateword.net for inviting me to join this cause.