Tuesday, October 8, 2013

DSWD accepts Globe GCASH donation for Zambo and Odette victims

Posted By: Sarah Jean - 5:58 PM


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Leading telecommunications company Globe Telecom has again opened up its GCASH micro-payment service to accept donations for victims of super typhoon Odette as well as those affected by the ongoing unrest in Zamboanga City.

                Both donations are being handled by the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) which is currently spearheading the government’s efforts to provide basic necessities for the victims such as food, water, and clothing.

                To contribute via GCASH, Globe subscribers can simply dial *143# on their mobile phone, choose GCASH, Others, Donate, Amount, MPIN, DSWD.

                “Since not all of us can lend our time and efforts in the relief operations, we hope that through our GCASH facility, concerned subscribers can still do their share in helping alleviate the condition of our fellow citizens who are currently staying in evacuation sites and are in dire need of our assistance.  Even small amounts when pooled together can do miracles,” said Fernando Esguerra, OIC, Globe Corporate Social Responsibility.

                Although super typhoon Odette already left the country last Saturday , heavy rains have flooded several provinces and even caused landslides particularly in Ilocos, Cordillera, Cagayan Valley, Central Luzon, and MIMAROPA regions.

                In Zamboanga, thousands of residents remain in evacuation sites as clashes between the military and members of the Moro National Liberation Front continue.

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