FILAMCCO through FILAMCCO Foundation is accepting donations for Typhoon Haiyan (aka Yolanda) victims

The Filipino American Community Council (FILAMCCO) of Michigan, through the Filamcco Foundation, has launched a state-wide fund-raising campaign for the hundreds of thousands of typhoon victims in Eastern Visayas Region, Philippines.

FILAMMCO appealed to businesses and generous people in Michigan for donations in cash or in kind to the victims of super typhoon Yolanda that smashed villages in Tacloban City, Leyte and Eastern and Western Samar and killed as many as 2,500 people. Currently there are over 660,000 people displaced from homes and another 2 million people desperately need food today.

FILAMCCO Foundation, the charity arm of FILAMCCO, is now accepting donations of clothes, canned goods and hygienic products such as toothpastes and soaps. Companies and kindhearted people are asked to bring their donations to the Philippine American Community Center of Michigan (PACCM) at 17356 Northland Park Court in Southfield.

Financial assistance may be mailed to FILAMCCO Foundation, 17356 Northland Park Court, Southfield, MI 48075. Checks should be payable to: Filamcco Foundation-C/O Typhoon Haiyan. The other online option is thru PayPal/credit card payment by following the link www.filamccomichigan.com/donate. The monetary donations are tax deductible.
The donations will be split over to the Sagip Kapamilya Foundation, the charity arm of ABS-CBN which is the biggest radio-television network in the Philippines. The other part will go directly to the Salvation Army Philippine division. Both organizations are conducting their own relief and rehabilitation operations in the typhoon-hit areas.

For further information on fund donations, donors may email:
FILAMCCO President Ryan Rosario at ryanrosario664@gmail.com
PACCM Executive Director at tkho000@gmail.com
FILAMCCO Foundation President Dr. Ernie Mac at dr.mac@comcast.net


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