Philippines Disaster Appeal

 
 



More than 10,000 people are thought to have lost their lives in the disaster, with hundreds of thousands left without homes, power or clean water after Typhoon Haiyan (known locally as Typhoon Yolanda).

Salvation Army teams in the Philippines are preparing to provide assistance to the thousands upon thousands of people affected; responding to the immediate need for ongoing development work.

[View: The War Cry USA special interactive Typhoon Haiyan edition]
[Download: The War Cry USA special interactive Typhoon Haiyan app for your mobile device]


Territorial Commander Colonel Wayne Maxwell for the Philippines said: ‘The Island of Leyte has four corps (Salvation Army churches) and there are other islands that have experienced major levels of devastation. The task for us is immense and our cash extremely limited!’'

They need your help!

  • Support the team with the Philippine Airforce to transport food parcels, water and medical supplies to the worst affected area of Tacloban.
  • Support our Salvationist doctor as locals fear an outbreak of diseases
  • Support our International Emergency Response Team to rebuild communities and people’s lives
     

    How to donate

    Donate online now via our secure credit card form
    Donate by calling our Philippine Disaster Appeal line 0800 473 0088
    Personal cheques  can be sent by FREEPOST to The Salvation Army, (Philippine Appeal), FREEPOST KE3466, London SE1 6BP
     

    Latest images

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Online Resouces

A special electronic edition of the USA 'War Cry' providing an overview of Typhoon Haiyan and documenting the Salvation Army response to the mega disaster in the Philippines is available at http://www.warcrymag.com/issues/2013_PhilippinesSE/.

It is also available for mobile devices within the App available at http://publications.salvationarmyusa.org/app/.

By reading and sharing the special edition, viewers can gain a better sense of how The Salvation Army is helping alleviate the suffering of those who have lost everything in this monster typhoon. Viewers will also learn of the daunting obstacles Army personnel must overcome as they provide immediate and long term aid. Links will enable viewers to donate to support to those who are helping. The electronic edition includes an interview with Philippines Territorial Commander Colonel Wayne Maxwell, a map of the Philippines, country characteristics and a synopsis of the Army's history in this island nation.'

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