LIST: Donation drives for #UlyssesPH

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Metro Manila (CNN Philippines, November 13) — Various organizations have launched relief drives for victims of Typhoon Ulysses that battered Metro Manila and nearby provinces on Wednesday and Thursday.

Ulysses, the 21st tropical cyclone to hit the country this year, pounded the region and some areas still reeling from the effects of Super Typhoon Rolly that hit the country over a week ago.

Authorities have so far reported at least 13 deaths and 15 missing in Metro Manila, Cagayan Region, Central Luzon, Calabarzon, Bicol Region, and Cordillera Region due to the onslaught of Ulysses.

For those who wish to extend aid, here is a list of groups and initiatives accepting cash and in-kind donations for the typhoon-hit victims:

Caritas Manila

Caritas Manila appealed to the public for prayers and cash donations to provide relief goods to victims in the Cagayan Region following massive flooding in the area. The money will be used to buy bags of food (rice, canned goods, bihon, munggo, salt, sugar and oatmeal), shelter materials, clean water, blankets and mats, hygiene items and health kits (powder detergent, alcohol, liquid bleach, vitamins). The relief goods will be delivered to 36 parishes of the Archdiocese of Tuguegarao, the church group said.

Kaya Natin! Movement

The organization's Bangon Luzon drive, in partnership with the Office of the Vice President, has already started distributing boxes of food items in communities in Albay previously devastated by Rolly. It is also accepting cash donations for areas hardest hit by Ulysses for its next batch of relief assistance.

Simbahang Lingkod ng Bayan

Jesuit-led organization Simbahang Lingkod ng Bayan from the Ateneo de Manila University is accepting cash and in-kind donations for those affected by Ulysses.

For the Future

For the Future, an initiative aimed to fight climate change and plant more trees in the country, opens its donations channels for the typhoon-hit victims.

UP Diliman groups

Various UP Diliman organizations are also calling for donations, in cash or in kind, which can be sent to select platforms or drop-off centers.

League of Filipino Students

Student movement League of Filipino Students is also accepting donations for the victims of the recent typhoons.


Mobile wallet app PayMaya urges its users to donate to its partner organizations such as the Philippine Red Cross and YesPinoy Foundation by scanning the QR code and using the Pay Bills feature.


For those sending cash donations, GCash also offers a similar feature in its app via #UlyssesPHAid, through partner organizations like the Unicef, Philippine Red Cross, Save the Children, ABS-CBN Lingkod Kapamilya, Philippine Disaster Resilience Foundation, and World Vision.

Follow the CNN Philippines' Twitter thread and refresh this page for updates on relief efforts for victims of the typhoons.