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November 13: Intl Day of Solidarity and Action for victims of #YolandaPH


Nov 13 is Intl Day of Solidarity and Action for victims of Yolanda. Let us call on everyone to step up efforts to help our kababayans in need.

What you can do:

- Let us convert our schools, workplace and communities into relief and solidarity centers.

- By 3pm, let us mass up and gather in solidarity: pray, offer candles and pledges of action and send a message of unity and hope for our kababayans.

Wear white.

You can organize meetups or go to various relief and assembly areas to donate, volunteer and take action.

- Relief Now! Let us call for immediate and swift action to provide relief for our kababayans. Now is not the time for inaction, opportunism, corruption, dirty politics and victim-blaming.

Let us unite in compassion, solidarity, courage, hope and collective action.

How will you participate?


Keep on donating!

DONATE via Paypal. Click here:


DONATE via bank:

(a) Account name: National Union of Students of the Philippines
Branch: China Bank Quezon Avenue-D. Tuazon
Peso Checking Account No: 107-248551-3

(b) For dollar transactions, the LFS account:
Account Name: League of Filipino Students Landbank Dollar Account
Account Number: 3074-0011-72

GOODS: Drop-off points for your donations:

Vinzon's Hall Lobby, UP Diliman, Quezon City
Kabataan Partylist HQ: #5 Palosapis St., Brgy Amihan, Proj 3 Quezon City
CEGP National Office, 37-C Yale St., Cubao, Quezon City

LFS HQ, 1650 Sisa St., Sampaloc
CAS Lobby, UP Manila

Follow #TulongKabataan on twitter for more drop off centers.

For more information contact me at 09331930010

- Athena Gardon, Tulong Kabataan coordinator


About Tulong Kabataan:

Tulong Kabataan Volunteer Network is a SEC-registered non-profit organization formed by national youth organizations, student councils, and campus publications.

The major objective of the relief drive led by Tulong Kabataan is to consolidate efforts among the youth in gathering immediate relief for the affected communities. We also aim to reach out to other communities affected by the calamity that are not currently covered by ongoing relief and rescue operations.

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