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Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Philippine Flood: Updated

We posted a few days ago regarding the Philippine flood. (See post: here.)
We are accepting clothing donations to send to the flood victims. If you are willing to donate any over the counter medication, we are also accepting those as well. Please contact us for any information regarding this.

New Jersey, if you want to help and donate, please see the following drop off centers:
Sinugba Cafe – 561 Westside Ave. Jersey City, NJ 07304
Casa Victoria – 691 Newark Ave. Jersey City, NJ 07306-2803
You can send CASH through Metro Bank acct. 3 189 14540 1 For BAYAN’s “BALSA”
(Bayanihan Alay sa Sambayanan).
For donations in New Jersey please contact: (201)621-3156-Yves Nibungco or 917)476-7855- Nick Cordero

New York, if you want to help and donate, please see the following drop off centers:
Ondoy New York Disaster Relief drop off center @ Pandayan Center, 406 W 40th St. Between 9th and 10th Aves. New York, NY 10018 or call 212.564.6057.
NAFCON (Nat’l Alliance for Filipino Concerns)/SANDIWA Nat’l Alliance of Fil-Am Youth are now receiving relief donations (clothes, blankets, medical supplies, monetary). NY drop-off @ BAYANIHAN Filipino Community Center, 40-21 69th St. Woodside, NY 11377. Call (516)901-1832 or email if you would like to help.

Chainsaws and Jelly will be visiting Jersey City to drop off all the bags filled with clothing. Thanks to all the people that reached out to us on the site, Twitter, Facebook, and e-mails. We need to start being better friends to each other.

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