COVID19 Philippines List of Donation Drives

Updated as of 30 March 2020 12:10pm

Hello! If you are looking for donation projects that you would like to be part of, I have consolidated a list of all initiatives that I could possibly gather. I will update this list all the time and if you want to add anything please message me.

#BaryaniJuan
A campaign by DiscoverMNL helps secure supplies to create 2,000 pcs of Personal Protective Equipment for front liners. Donation starts at Php50.

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#BaryaniJuan Donate Via BDO or BPI – BDO: Lucky Lyn S Alabado 0024-0021-4901 | BPI: Walter Steven Siy 4899-0633-98

Care Package by MassageMNL
The team will be helping out families especially those with newborn babies and children. This donation drive will focus on providing care packages (500 worth of goods – canned goods, rice, noodles, baby essentials) plus P1,000 cash for families with babies so they can use the money to buy milk, medicine, diaper, anything that their baby needs.

Donate via: BPI Janine Tarrayo 1689 0505 37 | BDO Janune Tarrayo 012620002032

Kaya Natin! Movement for Good Governance and Ethical Leadership
A Donation and Fundraising Campaign for Health Workers Fighting COVID-19. The donation will be used for for personal protective equipment (PPE) and care/food packs for health workers and frontliners fighting COVID-19

Donate online here | You can also transfer via BPI Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) KN Movement for Good Governance and Ethical Leadership, Inc. 3081-1173-72

Contact Details: angatbuhay@gmail.com or +63 998 596 8820

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LazadaforGood Combat COVID 19
You can choose to buy the donation vouchers dedicated for various advocates. Caritas has vouchers for foodbags, Philippine Red Cross has vouchers for Front liners while Unicef vouchers are for PPE, Disinfecting Supplies and Tents. Donation starts at Php50 and more.
As of March 26 – Advocacy Partners have already received a total of P6,586,996

LifeBox Initiative
Lifebox consists of 9 Filipino Architects who creates Aerosol Boxes for frontliners. Each Aerosol Box Pledge is Php2,000 but you can donate any amount.

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Jose B. Lingad Memorial General Hospital
The hospital is in need of PPE, Face Shields, N95 Masks, Disinfectants and Food. For inKind donations, please coordinate with Medical Center Chief at Tel. No. (045) 961 3544 or 0926 311 3489. For Cash Donations, you may coordinate with Finance Chief, Ms. Joy Flores at Tel No. (045) 409 6688 loc. 130 or at our COVID-19 Hotline; 0923 416 3442 & 0905 280 1482. You may also direct deposit to their DBP Account at Dolores San Fernando Branch, Account No. 0580-003872-030 Account Name: JBL-TRUST INCOME ACCOUNT. For more information click here.

Max’s Group Pledge a Plate
The Max’s Group Pledge a Plate program will produce and deliver your donations of P90 meals frontliners in the hospital. The meals are delivered to:

  • Cardinal Santos Medical Center
  • San Juan Medical Center
  • UERM Memorial Hospital
  • Manila Doctors Hospital
  • Philippine Orthopedic Center
  • St. Luke`s Medical Center BGC
  • St. Luke`s Medical Center QC
  • East Avenue Medical Center
  • Asian Hospital and Medical Center
  • Research Institute for Tropical Medicine
  • Chinese General Hospital
  • Makati Medical Center
  • The Medical City Ortigas
  • Philippine General Hospital
  • Las Pinas General Hospital
  • Lifeline Medical Inc.

    as of March 30, TOTAL PLATES PLEDGED : 17,206
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Philippine Crafters Association – Abby’s Shoppe Printing Services
The group creates free Face Shields for frontliners. They are in need of the following materials:
– acetate film o PVC Cover
– garter or ribbon
– eyelet puncher
– foam / or puzzle mat 

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Philippine Red Cross calls for Blood Donors
Most of PRC’s donors have cancelled blood letting activities due to the outbreak. Red Cross is still in need of blood donation. If you want to donate please contact 0917 437 9377.

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U! Happy Events – Hygiene Kit Distribution
U! Happy Events are collecting pledges to target 2,000 hygiene kits to be distributed in orphanages and communities. Click here for more information.

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United Nation’s Fundraiser for World Health Organization
Donations support efforts to track and understand the spread of the virus; to ensure patients get the care they need and frontline workers get essential supplies and information; and to accelerate efforts to develop vaccines, tests, and treatments. Donate via Facebook Pay – Click here

Xyzeus ICA HS Batch 2010
The group has reached out to their doctor-batchmates in PGH, AHMC, UERM, and NCMH and will be delivering PPEs directly to them to ensure they have the protection they need. The group also hopes to purchase UP-made test kits and increase testing in the Philippines. Their target is to secure least 400 PPEs and 100 test kits.

Hope this helps!
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Disclaimer and Transparency Clause: Information are subject to change without prior notice. I am not part of any advocacy or group, all details gathered from different sources please also do your research & verification to ensure legitimacy and security of each cause.

Written by HeyJaey

I have been blogging for 11 years and have seen the ups and downs of internet marketing. I love blogging about travel and comfort food while I work full time as a Digital Marketing Manager for an IT Company. On my free time I play the piano and love to do online window shopping. I am obsessed too with city lights at night.

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