Typhoon Haiyan Relief: Club Filipino of Oakville

Typhoon Haiyan Relief: Club Filipino of Oakville
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Ailene Gomez

Ailene Gomez

Ailene Gomez, PMP, LSSBB is an Information Management Consultant for Cancer Care Ontario through Insight Analytics Inc. She is also the president of Club Filipino of Oakville.

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Halton Multicultural Council in partnership with Club Filipino of Oakville are accepting in-kind and cash donations going to Philippine Typhoon Haiyan/Yolanda victims.

Requested in-kind donations are: rice, canned foods, clothes (summer, clean and gently used), bath/bar soap, children’s vitamins, towels, bed sheets, shoes, socks, kitchen utensils, blankets, household supplies/cleaning items, learning materials and hygiene kits.

All in-kind donations will be given to Club Filipino of Oakville to send to families that are affected by the Typhoon. A container/cargo boxes will be sent to Tacloban City and Iloilo City’s affected areas, and to Kind Project in Cebu. They will be delivering items directly to the evacuation centres.

In-kind donations will be accepted until December 6, 2013 at 1092 Speers Road, Oakville.

Please direct cash donations to the relief organizations who are registered charities and provide receipts. These include: Gawad Kalinga, ABS-CBN Foundation (for Typhoon Haiyan Relief), Canadian Red Cross, Habitat for Humanity, or UNICEF. The Canadian government is matching funds to relief organizations and all funds designated for the Typhoon Relief will be double.

Maari din kaming kontakin kong kailangan ng karamay o may tanong dala sa pagkawala at pinsala ng bagyong Yolanda.

For more information about how you can assist please contact settlement workers: Rhoda Chen at (905) 842-2486 ext 354 or Caren Mencavez-Tognetti (905) 464-3246.

 

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