#RisePH: A call for donations to raise funds for the Typhoon Ulysses
Wondering how to help out those affected by #UlyssesPH? Here’s our guide…
We all agree that 2020’s been quite the year. To top it off, #UlyssesPH has come, ravaging the homes in 1,262 barangays in Metro Manila and many other Luzon regions. If you’re looking for ways to lend a helping hand to those who have been affected by the typhoon, here’s how:
One Mega Group is organizing relief operations for the victims of Typhoon Ulysses. ONE MEGA GROUP RELIEF OPERATIONS aims to raise funds that will support at least 1,000 families with care packages, each one containing essential food, water, and hygiene products that should feed a typical family for two days.
Typhoon Ulysses, equivalent in force to a Category 2 Hurricane by PAGASA, caused immense flooding with up to three meters of storm surge in parts of Metro Manila. Thousands of homes in the affected areas were submerged in floodwater, prompting residents to take shelter on their rooftops and makeshift centers. Although some have already been evacuated, many are still stranded or remain displaced. According to the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD), the number of evacuees in Metro Manila has now exceeded 8,000 families.
One Mega Group is knocking on your generous hearts for donations to provide immediate relief to the affected families through ONE MEGA GROUP RELIEF OPERATIONS. Any amount, big or small, will contribute to the care packages that will feed and help the victims of the typhoon.
Donations may be deposited to any of the following accounts under One Mega Group, Inc.:
BPI FAMILY 6791-0011-86
Paypal [email protected]
Deposit slips may be sent to [email protected] for tracking and receipt confirmation.
One Mega Group has always stood with and for the Filipino people. We have always aimed to provide truthful news and stories, and also to offer a helping hand to our fellow Filipinos, especially in times of crisis.
For inquiries, you may contact One Mega Group at +63 998-460-3080.
Every bit of help counts!