PRLog - Aug. 13, 2012 - QUEZON CITY, Philippines -- ABS-CBN Foundation, through its disaster emergency and rehabilitation arm 'Sagip Kapamilya, has been accepting in-kind and cash donations for the flood victims in Metro Manila and nearby province since the onslaught of the heavy rains.
In-kind donations like rice, canned goods, noodles, biscuits, coffee, sugar, water, clothes, blankets, mats, and medicines can still be brought or shipped to ABS-CBN Foundation-Sagip Kapamilya Warehouse at #137 Mother Ignacia Ave. corner Eugenio Lopez Drive, Diliman, Quezon City.
For cash donations, interested parties may deposit to Banco de Oro (BDO) under the account name 'ABS-CBN Foundation Inc.-Sagip Kapamilya' with account number 393-011-4199. For international cash donations, Sagip Kapamilya’s BDO dollar account number is 393-008-1622 with a ‘swift code,’ BNORPHMM.
Filipinos in the Philippines and overseas can also deposit their donation through PNB and BPI which both carry the account name ABS-CBN Foundation Inc.-Sagip Kapamilya. The account number in PNB is 419-539-5000-
Meanwhile, the myREMIT service of E-MoneyPlus, Inc. (EMPI)
As of today as well, August 13, EMPI has processed donations for Sagip Kapamilya from donors who have remitted through Redha Al Ansari Exchange(United Arab Emirates [UAE]), Enjaz Banking Services of Bank AlBilad (KSA), Trust Exchange (QATAR), Nonoo Exchange (Bahrain), Al Ektasad United Exchange (Kuwait), Al Ansari Exchange (UAE), ABS-CBN Global Remittance Inc. (myREMIT U.S.A) and ABS-CBN Europe Remittance Ltd. (myREMIT United Kingdom).
As of today August 13, 2012, total cash donations to Sagip Kapamilya from local and international donors have now amounted to Php14,833,370.18 or USD 353,596.43 while donations in kind have amounted to Php 8,886,904.51 or USD 211,845.16.
For more updates about ABS-CBN Sagip Kapamilya's latest relief operations, tune in to The Filipino Channel (TFC); ANC; DZMM TeleRadyo; DZMM Radyo Patrol 630.
Tragedy truly knows no bounds as even celebrities Richard Gomez, Anne Curtis, Kathryn Bernardo, John Prats, Sam Milby, and Vice Ganda joined moving rescue operations braved by the men and women of different government units and the relief operations. The ‘kapamilya’