10 More Cool Ways to Help Typhoon Yolanda Victims! #YolandaActionWeekend #Stuffed



RAPPLER has the most comprehensive list of How to help #ReliefPH: Victims of Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan).  If you are overwhelmed by the list or looking for other ways to help, here are our suggestions for this week…

10 More Cool Ways to Help Typhoon Yolanda Victims:

1. #YolandaActionWeekend YAW_Poster_small

If you’re still deciding on where to eat this weekend, how about supporting the 100+ establishments that have pledged to contribute their sales to Typhoon Yolanda?  

Check for updates via the official Facebook Page of #YolandaActionWeekend.


2. GREEN PASTURES: Dine for a Cause this Friday!

Green Pastures DINE for a CAUSE

GREEN PASTURES, the Best New Restaurant of 2013, is contributing 100% of their profits to Typhoon Yolanda Victims this Friday. Make sure you visit on this date, November 15. 🙂

SPOT.PH has a complete list of Dine For A Cause: Restaurants and Foodies for #YolandaPh Victims


3. STUFFED! A Thanksgiving Food Festival

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Join us for the Stuffed! Thanksgiving Weekend where vendors, like Risa Chocolates, are also supporting the #YolandaActionWeekend. You can also drop your donations in cash or in kind at the Rockwell the Grove Community Center. 




The Negrense Volunteers for Change Foundation has a cool MINGO MEALS program where you donate healthy meal packs to the people affected by the calamity.

Check out the NVC Website on how to contribute and subsribe to Negrense Volunteers for Change on Facebook. 


5. INSTAGIG! Watch a Benefit Concert


Watch a Benefit Concert this week for the benefit of victims of Typhoon Yolanda.

Follow Radio Republic’s Instagig Events for more upcoming events.


6. Contribute to 1,000 BEAR HUGS!

1,000 Bear Hugs

Contribute your new and clean pre-loved stuffed toys for the children of the affected families. 

Email 1000bearhugs@gmail.com, call Mon at +63 917 7961 378, or follow @1000BearHugs on Twitter.


7. Join JCI MANILA’s OPLAN DAMAYAN YOLANDA!oplandamayanyolanda

JCI MANILA, the biggest Junior Chamber International organization in the country, consistently runs an OPLAN DAMAYAN campaign for victims of calamities. This is the best time to join JCI MANILA and at help 20,000 families affected by Typhoon Yolanda directly.

For more info, visit the official OPLAN DAMAYAN Facebook Page or the JCI Manila Website.


8. BE A VOLUNTEER (other than DSWD) this weekend!

Volunteer Needed

One of the coolest ways to contribute is to be involved and donate your time as a volunteer.

Check out Crisis Volunter PH and iVolunteer for Volunteer opportunities near you.


9. Support the #PiGGYBANKMOVEMENT! 

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  • Raise a minimum of Php50,000 worth of funds for the victims of Typhoon Yolanda
  • Raise awareness of the situation in affected areas including Tacloban, Bantayan, and Ormoc (among others)
  • Encourage volunteerism among friends 


A small amount of money may seem meager but when put together will go a long way. 

** Php10.00/head in an event capacity of 1000 pax results to a Php10,000 donation

Contact Daphne Blair Chu <daphne.chu@delasalle.ph> to have a Piggy Bank in your establishment.


10. BLOGGERS UNITE! Contribute to the Bloggers Fundraising Campaign @ BLOGAPALOOZA!



That’s it! Please let me know of other cool ways to help support the Typhoon Yolanda Victims. 

Live an Awesome Life,

Founder, www.OurAwesomePlanet.com

P.S. I’m looking for a Pacquiao vs. Rios Benefit Event that we can support. Let me know via the comments if you have any leads.

5 thoughts on “10 More Cool Ways to Help Typhoon Yolanda Victims! #YolandaActionWeekend #Stuffed

  1. Log on to Marketmanila and read all about what they have already done to help people who were affected. I’m sure it’ll touch everyone’s heart to read what his group has done and is still doing to aid people in desperate need.

  2. in Philippines it must be known that in cases of natural calamities as huge as super typhoon # 04 & 05 Yolanda when every citizens are victims a few must be in advanced no matter what must set a temporary tents near airports hospitals schools health centers city halls police stations churches and please have generators in these dry areas and the very best thing to do first in these tents are to BAKED breads as initial very first days food to be offered/given to any survivors of natural acalamities this should be known NATIONWIDE to avoid more devastations due to lack of foods on first days w/o those tents w/philipppines flags foreigners & some locals may NOT see your PRESENCE or visibilities in areas where breads can be found salaam po thank you ho lol

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