CDRC Celebrates 35th Anniversary of Helping Build Resilient Communities

CDRC, who is celebrating its 35th anniversary today at the Institute of Biology Auditorium, University of the Philippines, Diliman, Quezon City is also one of iVolunteer Philippines strongest partners of in our advocacy to promote Disaster Preparedness, Environment and Poverty Alleviation. Causes which you can also support in the upcoming BayaniRun 2019. Continue reading CDRC Celebrates 35th Anniversary of Helping Build Resilient Communities

Relief goods needed for families affected by TS Egay (Linfa)

As of July 6, 2015, around 13,000 families or close to 50,000 individuals were affected by massive flooding due to Tropical Storm Egay (international name Linfa) in the provinces of Ilocos Norte, Ilocos Sur, and La Union.

Given the dire circumstances of the people affected by the storm, the Citizens’ Disaster Response Center is appealing for an emergency relief for the said areas. They need canned goods, rice, dried fish, munggo beans, laundry and bath soaps, toothpaste, toothbrush, sleeping mats, blankets, etc.

CDRC’s relief pack for every family usually includes rice (25 kilos), canned goods (12 cans), munggo (1 kilo), dried fish (1 kilo), cooking oil (2 li).

Please drop-off donations at:
Citizens’ Disaster Response Center
72-A Times Street, West Triangle Homes, Q.C.

For more information, call +632.929.9820

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