Thank You For Your Donations For The Survivors Of The Superstorm Haiyan in the Philippines – Part 1

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My Dearest Clients and Friends,

Three to four weeks before this typhoon Haiyan, I had experienced this superstorm signal # 4 (highest storm signal in the Philippines) in my area. In fact, my internet’s antenna is still bent up to this time. Some of the streets regained their electricity two weeks ago only. I had to use a generator for 3 days to get the business going. After that typhoon, we had experienced a 7.2 magnitude earthquake which killed the lives of many Filipinos.

Just a few days ago, we had the super storm Haiyan. You must have already watched on the television and on the Internet how much damages the super typhoon Haiyan left to the Filipinos, my countrymen.

I searched on the internet for some pictures and videos so I can show you the damages, the sadness and the crying need for help of my countrymen.

Source: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2496954/Starvation-fear-land-laid-waste-200mph-typhoon-killed-10-000-Dazed-survivors-scour-streets-food-mobs-attack-aid-trucks-Philippines.html

Some of you have proactively emailed and messaged me on Skype about your intent to donate some amount.

From the bottom of my heart, please accept my sincerest appreciation. Thank you so much!

I understand that it’s inevitable to ask for a guarantee that the amount you’re going to donate will really go to the typhoon victims.

There are official agencies wherein we can channel our donations. For more information, please see the list of non-profit organizations on this page.

Please know that from November 12 to 17, 20% of every single sale that will be transacted in my business will go to the victors and survivors in the Philippines.

I will update this post next week with the pictures of packing and re-packing operations.

For those of you who would like to donate in cash, there’s no big or small amount. Even if it’s a dollar, we can already buy 2 to 3 canned goods or 4 to 5 pouches of noodles. That’ll already feed 3 to 4 people.

Please put this note in your donation: “Donation for the Survivors of Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines”.

I will make sure that I will send all donors a tally/summary of the total amount collected and names of donors. I will also scan receipts of the goods purchased and pictures of the packing/re-packing of goods.

I’d like to thank you in advance for your concern, help, and kindness.

May God bless you abundantly.

Jaycee De Guzman

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