You’ve probably heard the news, but last weekend’s rains had caused flood waters in my area to rise and turn many cities, and major thoroughfares into rivers causing untold damage, killing people and displacing hundreds and thousands of people.
I usually set aside a color alteration in my clothing designs to serve as a future vendor for charities or as prizes for hunts. These clothes will not be re-sold for personal profit.
The dresses are priced between L$200 to L$300, and if you’re feeling extra generous you can donate some more at the Red Cross donation kiosk (it’s that red box with the sign on it). Please help, every little bit counts.
The Ondoy/Ketsana Clothes’ Vendors are available in my Main Store.
For those who want to donate outside of Second Life™, you can donate to http://www.redcross.org.ph/ or refer here:
FOR THOSE OUTSIDE THE COUNTRY WHO WANT TO DONATE:
- TXTPower.org has set up a paypal account for donations. Your money will be forwarded to Red Cross.
- Kapuso Foundation is also accepting credit card donations.
2/F GMA Kapuso Center
Samar St. cor. 11th Jamboree St. Diliman, Quezon City
Call 9827777 loc. 9901/9904/9905.
accepts relief goods and cash
- myAyala.com account for Philippine Jesuits – you can use your CREDIT CARD and donate ONLINE. Go to www.myayala.com/sjph/. On the line “I would like to donate to:”, write “xs4ondoy“.
In Kind donations
- LOCAL: Please send in-kind local donations to The Philippine National Red Cross ? National Headquarters in Manila. They could also arrange for donation pick-up.
- Send a letter of intent to donate to the PNRC
- A letter of acceptance from PNRC shall be sent back to the donor
- Immediately after shipping the goods, please send the (a) original Deed of Donation, (b) copy of packing list and (c) original Airway Bill for air shipments or Bill of Lading for sea shipments to The Philippine National Red Cross National Headquarters c/o Secretary General Corazon Alma de Leon, Bonifacio Drive, Port Area, Manila 2803, Philippines.
My boyfriend also wrote up this Ondoy/Ketsana FAQ in his blog containing a more detailed list on where to go and where to donate. Please click here to read the Ondoy Ketsana FAQ.