The Integrated Community Extension Services (ICES) of Adamson University is mobilizing the entire university community, including alumni and industrial partners, to extend immediate assistance to the victims of typhoon “Ondoy” which brought heavy rains and flashfloods to Metro Manila and surrounding provinces last Saturday, September 26, 2009. The specific community to be assisted is the Northville 4-B, Marilao, Bulacan, a relocation community of former informal settlers from the PNR compound in Tondo, Manila.
Fr. Nonong Fajardo, C.M., ICES Director, is asking for donations in cash or in kind for this assistance drive. Immediately needed by the victims are: clothes, bottled water, canned goods and instant noodles, rice, medicines, blankets and “kulambo,” and candles.
Cash donations from both local and international donors may be deposited at the following:
Bank name: Philippine National Bank (PNB)
Branch: United Nations Ave. Branch
Address: G/F, UMC Headquarters
900 United Nations Ave.
Ermita, Manila, Philippines
Account No: In Dollar – PNB FCDU # 250-702588-1
In Peso – PNB C/A # 250-810204-9
Swift ID #: PNBMPHMM
For the account of: Adamson University - (Cash donors are requested to indicate in their deposit slip “Calamity Fund” for easy identification. Please also state if your donation is for the relief of typhoon victims or for the rehabilitation of Adamson University which has also suffered damage from the floods).
Those who have items to give or those who wish to volunteer their services in Adamson’s relief operations may contact the ICES personnel at the following numbers: Telefax – 400-0919 or Trunk line – 524-2011 local 259. -Raul Agner