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Help Support Victims of Taal Volcano, Philippines

Closed Cause page created in the Disaster category by lem osorio for "Victims of Taal Volcano's eruption"


$815 donated
Given by 19 generous donors in 7 days
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Cavite will always be my home and I would like to help my fellow Filipinos recover from the aftermath of this devastating calamity

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Smoke and ash erupted from Taal Volcano on Sunday leaving over 25,000 people from Batangas and Cavite no choice but flee from their homes. The immediate danger is the ash fall which which goes up to 40- miles within the radius of Taal. This can cause serious respiratory issues which can be life threatening.

lem osorio's involvement (page creator)

I am raising funds on behalf of the victims who were displaced and evacuated from their homes

Use of funds

My family and our church have started giving out food and clothing to help the local community. The money will be spent on helping the evacuees with their basic needs. The money will be sent to Monteverde seventh Day Adventist church c/o Ner Osorio- he is my dad and a minister of this Church.


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Today's mission  26 January 2020

Posted by: lem osorio

Dad and the rest of the family handing over goods to evacuation centres.

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Latest donations

Heather
Heather on 24 Jan 2020
I hope your family and the lovely people of your home country can recover quickly x
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Mel
Mel on 19 Jan 2020
$20
Jane
Jane on 19 Jan 2020
Sending all our thoughts to all affected by the Taal volcano
$50
Angela
Angela on 19 Jan 2020
$40
Di
Di on 19 Jan 2020
$50

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Created by, and paying to a verified bank account of, lem osorio on behalf of Victims of Taal Volcano's eruption

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