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Here’s Where You Can Donate Clothes And Shop For The Benefit Of Typhoon Victims

One or two pieces of clothing can go a long way!

Thousands of Filipino families are recently devastated by Typhoon Rolly and Ulysses and they need you now more than ever. In our best efforts to reach out to our fellow Filipinos during their most vulnerable time, we gathered a list of donation drives organized by non-government organizations and fashion brands who are more than willing to deliver your in-kind donations to areas declared under a state of calamity. Apart from monetary aid, food, hygiene kits, and most of all, protective gears such as face masks, face shields, and possibly PPE suits, victims from Marikina, Rizal, Bicol, Camarines Sur, Catanduanes, Cagayan Valley, and Tuguegarao are also in need of dry wearable clothes to keep them warm until they can get back on their feet. 


A friendly reminder to only donate clothes that are still in good condition. If you can donate undergarments, t-shirts, shorts, pants, and sleepwear with sizes for kids and adults, kindly do so. Washable face masks, towels and blankets are also deeply appreciated for families who will be staying in evacuation centers in the next few weeks. Please make sure that each item is clean and disinfected before sending them over to our volunteers and victims. Pack your donations inside a box or a sturdy eco-bag instead of plastic bags to avoid plastic waste.

Read up on each donation drive down below, take note of the contact persons, dates, drop-off hours, addresses, and deadlines.

For The Future together with Kids For Kids organized a drop-off center for clothing and other in-kind donations from Tuesday to Thursday at 11:00am to 2:00pm only. The address is at Adspin Advertising Inc., 2289 Pasong Tamo Ext. UPRC III, Barangay Magallanes, City of Makati 123. Contact Isabella Tanjutco at 0917-540-7215 and click on the Instagram post below for more inquiries. 

NOTE: They will be accepting donations only until November 19!

If you live around Quezon City, For Our Farmers is also accepting clothing donations at 36 Karpa Street, Mendoza Village, Barangay Talipapa, Novaliches, Quezon City. 

NOTE: They will be accepting donations only until November 17!

Our friends at Gabriela Women’s Party also organized drop-off points in their Lingap Gabriela Office in North Fairview, Gabriela Women’s Party Office in West Kamias, and their Gabriela National Office in Barangay Laging Handa, Quezon City. Check out their Instagram and the post down below for the exact addresses of the drop-off points. 

To keep the holiday spirit going, Abot PH will be providing clothes, school supplies, books, toys, and other in-kind donations to several families in need from Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao. Yes, you read that right. You can help families nationwide! Take note of each community you want to send your love to and keep in mind of their drop-off hub addresses. Their Instagram post down below contains all the details you will need to donate.

If you can donate cash, We Bleed Red Movement PH is accepting in-kind cash donations to buy menstrual pads, underwear, diapers, and formula milk for the victims of Typhoon Rolly and Ulysses. Do check out their Instagram down below for more details.

If you want to catch up on the latest from Sunnies Studios, you can shop anything from their website over the weekend and donate at the same time. 100% of their sales from November 14 to 15 will be donated to vulnerable communities affected by the typhoon.

Also donating 100% of their sales during the weekend, Neon Island will be providing hot meals to Typhoon Ulysses evacuees with the help of Pagasa PH.

You can also donate to eight different organizations at Zalora. Just head over to their website, click Typhoon Donations, choose your chosen organization, and easily send in-kind cash donations with just a few clicks!

We hope that this helps, share this information to your friends and be mindful of each organizations' details. Together we can redeem ourselves from our losses!

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