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#LeyteNeedsHelp: How to Donate to Agaton Survivors

As survivors spend Holy Week in evacuation centers.
by Pia Regalado
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Photo/s: Baybay City Fire Station - Northern Leyte/Facebook

The hashtag #LeyteNeedsHelp was trending on Wednesday as survivors of rain-induced floods and landslides from Tropical Storm Agaton (Megi) in the Visayas pleaded for aid.

The death toll from the first storm of 2022 has risen to 58, according to an Agence France-presse tally. While Agaton is on its way out, it will continue to bring rains to large parts of the country throughout the Holy Week, PAGASA said.

Here are ways to help the storm survivors:

Kapuso Foundation

It accepts bank deposits.

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Discover Baybay City

Local authorities in the area that's under a state of calamity called for bottled water, canned goods, instant noodles, biscuits, blankets, and slippers for the survivors of Agaton. Cash donations via GCash and BPI are also welcome.

Sangguniang Kabataan of Baybay City

The youth-led initiative accepts donations via GCash and PNB.

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PassFast Baybay Leyte

Blankets, drinking water, canned goods, cup noodles can be dropped off at Mashita Baybay. It also welcomes monetary donations via GCash or BPI.

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Robredo People's Council Leyte

The volunteer group is accepting in-kind donations such as blankets, rice, bottled water, and face masks. Cash donations are also welcome.

A'TIN Leyte-Samar

The SB19 fan group is accepting monetary and in-kind donations.

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