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2013 - SURVIVORS SEEK HELP AFTER TERRIFYING TYPHOON STRIKES!

You can help tens of thousands of children and their families with your gift of support to immediately ship PHARMACEUTICALS TO THE PHILIPPINES!

As flood waters hinder rescue efforts, Help The Children is preparing to ship emergency medicine and equipment to the seriously sick and injured children and their families in the Philippines.

PHILIPPINES TYPHOON

Just ten dollars will help us buy and transport hundreds of dollars of life-saving medications for these hurting people!  That’s right!  Only ten dollars will save lives now!

The devastation is real!  As many as 10,000 people are feared dead, and more than 600,000 are displaced, and countless people injured after the deadly Typhoon Haiyan struck on November 8 and 9, leaving a wake of unthinkable destruction.

Help the Children is poised to provide massive quantities of the medications most needed by the local hospitals and the visiting medical teams that are coming from all over the world.  Our relationship with a number of pharmaceutical companies have given us the ability to make a bulk purchase of some of the most needed medications, and direct them to the medical personnel on the ground so that they can effectively serve the sick and injured.

We have stepped out in faith by ordering enough medications for tens of thousands of people, and are ready to send them on the way to the Philippines, so they will arrive as quickly as possible.

We need your help now!  Your gift of only $10 dollars to Help the Children will cover the costs. 
Remember, for every $10 you give, Help the Children will be able to acquire hundreds of dollars of pharmaceuticals for the severely injured, sick, and needy children and their families in the Philippines.

GIVE NOW! Please donate using the form on the right side of this page so we can release these medications and help save lives!


December 2010

Over 120,000 people in the Philippines are in need, after devastating flash floods have drowned hundreds of people in two southern Philippine cities. Twelve hours of heavy rain from a tropical storm swelled rivers and sent walls of water crashing into homes in the Mindanao region late on Friday night, wiping out entire families while they slept.philippines-typhoon-victims-dead

Unidentified typhoon victims, inside coffins and body bags, lie near a road awaiting identification by their relatives near Iligan city on Dec. 20, 2011.(Photo to left: Erik De Castro / Reuters

Disaster relief agencies are being called to send disaster relief supplies immediately. The people of the Philipines are in desperate need of food, water, and medicine. Much of the flood devastation took place in a remote village, making the delivery of disaster relief supplies that much more difficult, but we at Help the Children are determined to get help to the Philippine flood victims. We encourage any and all donations to this urgent cause and thank you for your support.Philippines flood coffins

Philippine Navy personnel arrange coffins that will be shipped with other relief goods to flood-stricken Cagayan De Oro and Iligan cities on board a navy ship in Manila, Philippines on Dec. 20, 2011. (Photo to right: Aaron Favila / AP