Dear friends of the Philippines in Germany. I want to share with you a number of charitable organisations in Germany that are trying to raise funds to help the victims of the Super Typhoon Haiyan (local name: Yolanda) that devastated our countrymen in Central Philippines. Feel free to click on the links after the jump to get more information.
DONATE TO TYPHOON HAIYAN VICTIMS FROM GERMANY
Action “Germany Helps” : Account 10 20 30, Bank for Social Economy, BLZ 370 205 00, keyword: “Typhoon Haiyan,” or www.aktion-Germany-hilft.de
“A Heart for Children” Association : Account 067 67 67, Hamburg, German Bank, BLZ 200 700 00, keyword: typhoon, www.ein-heart-for-
World Vision eV Germany : Account: 66601, Postbank Frankfurt, BLZ: 500 100 60, keyword “typhoon”, under www.worldvision.de
Unicef : 300 000 Account, Bank for Social Economy, BLZ 370 205 00, keyword “typhoon” or www.unicef.de
UN Refugee Agency : Account 2000 88 50, Sparkasse Köln-Bonn, 370 501 98, keyword: Typhoon or www.uno-fluechtlingshilfe.
Children Emergency : account 45 45 40, diaconal church and Bank eG – KD Bank, BLZ 350 601 90, keyword: “Z57482, emergency Philippines” or www.kindernothilfe.de
Caritas : Account 202, Bank for Social Sciences Karlsruhe, BLZ 660 205 00, Keyword: “emergency typhoon”, or www.caritas-international.
DKH : 502 502 Account, Evang. Darlehnsgenossenschaft, BLZ 2106 0237, key word “Philippines” or www.diakonie-
St. John’s Ambulance Association : Account: 8888, Bank for Social Economy, BLZ 370 205 00, keyword: “Typhoon Haiyan,” or www.johanniter-helfen.de
German Red Cross (DRK) : 414141 Account, Bank for Social Economy, BLZ 370 205 00, or under www.drk.de
Malteser eV : Account 120 120 001 2, Pax-Bank, BLZ 370 601 20, keyword: “typhoon”, or www.malteser-spenden.de
humedica eV: Account 47 47 Sparkasse Kaufbeuren, BLZ 734 500 00, keyword “Philippines Typhoon”, or www.humedica.org
ISAR Germany : Account 118 25 00, Bank for Social Economy, BLZ 370 205 00, or under www.isar-germany.de
Medico International : Account 1800, Frankfurter Sparkasse BLZ 500 502 01, keyword: “Philippines”, or www.medico.de
“Help – help themselves” : Account 2 4000 3000, Commerzbank Bonn, BLZ 370 800 40, keyword: “Typhoon Haiyan,” or www.help-ev.de
Oxfam Germany eV : Account: 13 13 13, Bank for Social Economy, BLZ 370 205 00, BIC: BFSWDE33XXX, IBAN: DE68370205000000131313, keyword: Philippines typhoon, or www.oxfam.de
Save the Children Germany eV : Account: 929, Bank for Social Economy, BLZ 100 205 00, keyword: Philippines, or at: www.savethechildren.de
Please pass this list on, if you know anyone in Germany who would like to help with the relief effort! Thanks so much!
- Source for the list of charitable organizations via www.welt.de
- Source for the image is Pia Cayetano’s Facebook wherein she asks for vehicle volunteers to give free rides to evacuees at the Villamor Airbase to their relatives/friends in Metro Manila.
DONATE TO TYPHOON HAIYAN VICTIMS FROM ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD
For those of you in other parts of the world, you can donate to Doctors without Borders who are on the ground and trying to help as many people as they can.
HOW TO DONATE TO DOCTORS WITHOUT BORDERS IN THE PHILIPPINES FROM ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD
Tick the “I would like to earmark my donation for the Emergency Response Fund” box and your donation will get to the team on the ground in the Visayas right now.
Before I go, I just want to say to our dear friends living outside the Philippines, I know many of us want to help people in the Philippines, but this is a good read on the best things to give and the WORST things to donate during a calamity:
10 Worst Things to Donate After a Disaster
If you have many old clothes, etc. or even want to buy canned goods and grocery, please remember that doing a fund raising wherever you are and sending the money is better because when you donate in GOODs then costs become triple: 1) for the donations themselves 2) for transport to the Philippines and 3) for the manpower to do quality control, packing, etc. Have a garage sale instead and donate the money! The article above good article to read for thoughtful donations that don’t waste manpower and time of aid workers.
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