Want to contribute to the relief efforts for the Philippines?

The Asian & Pacific Islander Student Center in collaboration with Barkada, Pilipino American Studies Kollective (PASK), and Chi Rho Omicron (XPO) are collecting donated items such as clothes, toiletries, and canned goods for people devastated by the typhoon.

(from the csupomona page)

Drop off locations:

» Office of Student Life & Cultural Centers
» The Asian & Pacific Islander Student Center
» Cesar E. Chavez Center for Higher Education
» Violence Prevention and Women’s Resource Center
» Pride Center
» College of Business Advising Student Success Center – Bldg. 164 – Rm. 1060
» Native American Student Center
» African American Student Center
» International Center
» Bronco Bookstore
» The Cashier’s Office
» Bronco Student Center (1st Floor, entry next to Credit Union, next to food court)
» The Registrar’s Office
» The Marketplace (Main Entrance, near Carl’s Jr.)
» University Library (Second Floor)
» University Village (community Center)
» Test Center
» Police Station

and following halls:

Cedritos Hall
Vista Del Sol
Vista Del Bonita
Montecito Hall
Encinitas Hall

CPP Credit Union is Accepting Donations:

Individuals may contribute to the relief effort by:

    • Calling x6801 or emailing staff@calpolyfcu.org to transfer money they have in their account with us to the donation account
    • Coming into the office to make a cash or check deposit
    • Setting up a transfer from their bank account to our routing #322280854 account #2 with the name CPP Typhoon donation.

Cal Poly Federal Credit Union Bldg. #35
3801 West Temple Avenue
Pomona, CA 91768

There are various other organizations collecting donations as well.  Here are other possible options:

Red Cross through their website at http://www.redcross.org.ph/

www.nafconusa.org http://directrelief.org/2013/11/aid-bound-for-philippines-to-help-typhoon-haiyan-survivors/

NBC News has provided a list of organizations that are currently administering the fundraising and relief efforts.

The Huffington Posts list:

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/11/09/philippines-haiyan-how-to-help-_n_4247106.html

 

For more updates and information, visit the Los Angeles Philippine Consulate website.

http://www.philippineconsulatela.org

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