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You can now donate to Typhoon Relief on Facebook

Facebook has recently activated a feature that makes it possible for users to donate directly to the American Red Cross to support the massive global response effort following the impact of Typhoon Haiyan / Yolanda on the Philippines this past week.


If you visit your Facebook News Feed you will see this message at the top of the screen:


Clicking on Donate P200.00 will show you payment options where you can either pay via PayPal or via credit or debit card.



The full amount of this donation will be transferred to the Red Cross Red Crescent global network to help those affected by the typhoon in the Philippines.

For more information please hit the source link below or visit the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies webpage at www.ifrc.org.


Hat tip to Jezz for the info.

This article was written by Louie Diangson, Managing Editor of YugaTech. You can follow him at @John_Louie.

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4 Responses

  1. zarneguy says:

    For anyone who is able and want to help the typhoon victims, this information will be helpful.
    We belong in one of the many Filipino/Canadian groups in Toronto. We’re glad that we were able to help and give back by donating through World Vision. We are also very thankful to Canada for matching our donations and all amounts donated to various charities here for Philippine relief.

    @Sir Abe, I hope that all your relatives in Ilo-Ilo are well. Canada’s Disaster Assitance Relief Team is already there to provide help in the Ilo-Ilo and Panay areas.

  2. luiz says:

    thanks yugatech! i heard that LG donated $500,000 to the victims!

  3. fanatic says:

    yeaah they also gave or lent the victims a huge solar panel?

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