Here’s where you can send help for typhoon Ulysses and typhoon Rolly victims 2
Provident Village in Marikina during the wake of Typhoon Ulysses on Thursday, November 12, 2020. Photo by Fernando G. Sepe Jr., ABS-CBN News

Here’s where you can send help for typhoon Ulysses and typhoon Rolly victims

Many organizations and volunteers have launched fundraising drives and relief operations. Here’s a list of where you can course your donations
ANCX Staff | Nov 13 2020

Typhoon Ulysses caught everyone by surprise. With a speed of 155 kilometers per hour and gusts of 255 kph, it battered the island of Luzon, leaving many provinces and areas in Metro Manila submerged in floodwater, reminiscent of typhoon Ondoy. What’s worse is that this happened only a week after typhoon Rolly, the strongest typhoon to hit the world this 2020.

Many of our brothers and sisters are in dire need of help. Here’s where and how you can send aid:


ABS-CBN Foundation

Sagip Kapamilya is only one of the several programs of the foundation, which includes child welfare and protection, environment preservation, and community building. As its disaster response arm, Sagip Kapamilya has been providing emergency assistance to those affected by calamities since 2004. They provide food and non-food relief to affected communities, and also help in rehabilitation efforts.

What you can donate: Rice and canned foods, drinking water, blankets; cash donation

For those who wish to donate money, below are the account numbers:

BDO - 0039302-14711; swift code: BNORPHMM

BPI – 4221-0000-27; swift code: BOPIPHMM


AGHAM – Advocates of Science and Technology for the People

Their organization consists of scientists, engineers, researchers, science workers, STEM educators, and science and tech practitioners. To help out those affected by typhoon Ulysses and Rolly, they now are working in tandem with two other nonprofit organizations that have launched relief and rehabilitation missions in previous disasters such as typhoon Yolanda and Taal eruption, Brigada Kalikasan and BALSA (Bayanihan Alay sa Sambayanan) Network.

What you can donate: Food (rice, easy-to-open canned goods), personal care items (soap, shampoo, toothpaste, tootbrush, sanitary napkin), drinking water, medicines and vitamins. You can also sponsor 1 basic relief pack by donating P700 or P1,000 (including other essentials). Cash donations are encouraged for ease in logistics.

For cash donations:

1) GCash

Franklin Maraya

0917 921 8056

2) PayMaya

Iris Charmaine Olaso

0915 576 7787

3) BPI Family Savings

Franklin Maraya

6856 2571 75

4) BDO

Iris Charmaine Olaso

Savings Account: 003570144563

Drop-off point for in-kind donations:

Center for Environmental Concerns-Philippines

Address: #26 Matulungin Street, Barangay Central, Quezon City

Point person: Jona Yang, 0966-765-3913

Kindly send any proof of remittance to their FB Page or to


Project HERO

Their #FeedPHBabies has been an ongoing campaign which was organized by a group of teachers who are alumni from the Philippine Normal University. It has the goal of providing baby-friendly relief goods to poor families. As for their current typhoon relief efforts, they are tailor-fitting donations for babies that are 0-23 months old and are currently staying in various evacuation facilities in the affected areas.

What you can donate: Diapers, soaps, vitamins, first-aid kit, and other sanitary essentials appropriate for babies; and basic relief goods for the family.

You may also send monetary donations through the following:


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NOTE: For donors sending their proof of transfer, you may also send them via their Instagram and Twitter accounts.


Rise Against Hunger

Formerly known as Stop Hunger Now, which was founded by United Methodist minister Ray Buchanan, this global movement aims to end hunger by empowering communities, nourishing lives, and responding to emergencies. It has recently been working with corporations and local government units to ensure the efficient and timely distribution of food aid to those affected.

Send your cash donations to:

Rise Against Hunger Philippines, Inc.

Bank of the Philippine Islands

Peso Account No: 3601-0010-46

Dollar Account No.: 003604-0153-23

Swift Code: BOPIPHMM


Banco de Oro

Peso Account No.: 004318010970


Ambagan PH

This network of Filipino volunteers aims to promote volunteerism and cooperation among Filipinos in times of crisis situations. In the wake of typhoon Ulysses, the group has been at the forefront, providing relief operations to affected families.

What you can donate: Food (rice, coffee, noodles, canned goods), drinking water, eating utensils, candles, flashlights, batteries, hygiene kits (alcohol, facemask, napkins, toothbrush, toothpaste, bath soap, laundry soap). They also need volunteers for their soup kitchen and for repacking goods. Volunteers may sign up through this link:

Drop-off point for in-kind donations:

4334A A2, Albina St., Sta. Mesa, Manila

Contact person is Marjon Fenis (0919 347 7773)

Those who wish to send cash donations may course them through the group’s spokesperson, Angelica N. Reyes.

Land Bank: 1476 0844 68

GCash: 09566687586 and 09152137496



UP Diliman University Student Council

The official student body of UP Diliman is working together with Tulong Kabataan UP Diliman, a volunteer network of students, to provide relief for those affected by the past typhoons.

Those interested to volunteer may sign-up through the link:

Monetary donations may be coursed through:


Patricia Emerie Dela Pena

3879 0420 88



Keana Sumi Rachelle Nerona







Joshua Isaiah



Keana Sumi Nerona



For in-kind donations:

Tierone Santos

0916 765 4695


Proof of donations may be sent to:


Tulong Kabataan Network

The group has launched its community and mobile kitchens today to provide meals to 4,000 residents in Bagong Silangan and Pook Malinis, Quezon City; Marikina; PNR España and Intramuros, Manila. They accept donations in cash or in kind. Those who wish to volunteer may sign up through this link.

You may send your cash donations to:

Thalia R. Villela

BPI Savings Account: 008339 4735 53

BDO Savings Account: 012220 0134 36


Joshua Marcial

GCash: 09152683515


Ateneo de Manila University

The Jesuit institution has launched “Tulong sa Nasalanta” and have been calling for cash donations for those affected by typhoons Rolly, Quinta, and Ulysses, especially those in Catanduanes, Albay, and Marikina. You may send your donations via Ateneo de Manila University’s BPI account (3083 7210 56) or through other channels on this link.


KADAMAY (Kalipunan ng Damayang Mahihirap)

The largest alliance of urban poor organizations in the Philippines is raising funds and gathering donations for the affected families in Montalban, Rizal and some communities in Quezon City, particularly Brgy. San Jose, Brgy. San Isidro, San Roque, and Payatas. They also need volunteers with vehicles to bring the food packs to those affected by the typhoon in Montalban, Rizal.

Those who would like to send their donations in kind may drop them off at:

12-A Kasiyahan St., Don Antonio Heights, Brgy Holy Spirit, Quezon City

They accept cash donations via

BPI: 959 904 4113

BDO: 002 568 019 880

UnionBank: 1096 5496 8482

GCash: 0936 800 8980


Caritas Manila

The church-based nonprofit organization, through its Caritas Damayan program, will be sending financial assistance to the following Dioceses: Diocese of Caceres, Diocese of Daet, Diocese of Gumaca, Diocese of Legazpi and Diocese of Virac.

What you can donate: Your P700 can purchase a manna food bag which has rice, canned goods, fish, pancit, and some vegetables; P5,000 can purchase shelter materials which include tarpaulin, bamboo poles, ropes, nails and tents; P110 can buy drinking water; and P1,000 can provide blankets, mosquito nets and mats.

You may send your cash donations to Caritas Manila, Inc.

BDO: 000-5600-45905

Metrobank: 175-3-17506954-3

BPI: 3064-0033-55

RCBC: 000-300-090-2216