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Donation Drive for Typhoon Ondoy victims

Dear Friends, Partners, and Alumni,

PRRM is running a donation drive for the typhoon victims (including some PRRM staff and partners/beneficiaries), and we would greatly appreciate any help/donation/assistance from you.

Food, water, clothes, sanitation and hygiene supplies (i.e. soap, toothpaste, toothbrushes, disinfectant alcohol) and financial assistance are the immediate needs of the victims.

If you wish to give donations (in cash or in kind), you may course them through PRRM for consolidation, repacking, and distribution.

We will also be assisting one of Ondoy’s hardest hit areas, Brgy. Tumana in Marikina (attached are some aftermath photos of the area), in setting up/organizing a system for coordinating, and distributing/delivering relief and restoration efforts.

In-kind donations may be sent to our National Headquarters at 56 Mother Ignacia Ave., cor. Dr. Lazcano st., Quezon City.

Cash donations may be deposited to the following bank accounts:

  • Savings Account Name: PRRM-General Fund
    Account No.: 3930011012
    Address: BDO Scout Albano, Quezon City
  • Dollar Account Name: PRRM-SRDDP
    Account No.: 3930062156
    Swift Code: BNORPHMM
    Routing No.: 021-0000-89
    Address: BDO Scout Albano, Quezon City

For proper accounting and to facilitate the issuance of official receipts, kindly fax the deposit slip to (63-2) 372-4995 and indicate therein your name and contact details. We may be reached at tel. nos. (63-2) 372-4989 or (63-2) 372-4991 loc. 41.

Let us help in any way and every way we can and continue praying for strength and comfort of the victims.

Thank you.

Sincerely yours,

PRRM

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