Donate to the victims of Typhoon Ondoy in Manila, Philippines


Your children missing, being forced to drink from typhoid-infested flood waters, having your children experience life-threatening diarrhea and fevers that without treatment could prove fatal, losing everything you own, having nothing at all to feed your loved ones for days on end, and looking into your child’s eyes, knowing you may not be able to provide for them.

Now, imagine your own life and how fortunate you are. How lucky you are to have clothes on your back, a warm bed, nourishing food, plenty of water, and the means to be on the internet at this very moment.

Help the victims of the flooding here in Manila. Help save lives.

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1. Through the Philippine Community Fund

2. Directly to a fund created via the International School Manila:

For wire transfers or deposits directly into ISM’s account, please send to any of the following banks. Please specify that you are donating the funds for the beneficiaries of Typhoon Ondoy .


Account Name : International School Manila
Account No. : US$ S/A 069-004984-130
PhP S/A 068-014950-040
Bank Address : Fort Bonifacio Branch, Taguig City, Metro Manila, Philippines
Swift Code : HSBCPHMM


Account Name : International School Manila
Account No. : US$ C/A 0756-342-029
PhP C/A 0756-342-002
Bank Address : Paseo de Roxas, Makati City, Philippines
Swift Code : CITIPHMX


Account Name : International School Manila
Account No. : US$ S/A 3074-0241-48
PhP S/A 3073-3730-25
Bank Address : Bel-Air Polaris Branch, Makati City, Philippines
Swift Code : BOPIPHMM

Donations for Philippine’s flood victims from tropical storm Ketsana (Ondoy)

With over 240 people having died in tropical storm Ketsana, and 450,000 people displaced, hopefully those more fortunate may begin donating aid and assistance.

Those living overseas who would like to donate, please let me know. I’ll be donating money and supplies this week.

If you’re living in Makati, there are multiple drop off points, many along Dela Costa. If you know of more drop off points, please let us know in the comment section.