Fund Raising for Victims of Super Typhoon "Haiyan"
DESTRUCTIVE PATH OF TYPHOON HAIYAN
Here is the result of this
Fund Raising for a Bowl of Pancit for Victims of Super Typhoon "Pablo"
PATH TAKEN BY TYPHOON PABLO
Tropical storm Pablo (international name: Bopha) left a
destruction. A total
of 11,871 families or
57,501 persons were evacuated in Eastern Visayas, Northern Mindanao, Davao and
Caraga region, the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council
Here is the result of this
PCA Brought in by Estela Guevarra
Mr. Walter Hull
Ms. Naty Dayap
Joe & Josie Monaco
Nila & GT Tallara
Fel & Lori Marpa
FAB brought inby Myrna Belisario
Rufo & Amelia Gapasin
Our total collected
so far is: $800.00
Our Calamity Fund Account at TD never closes, we are
Our direct deposit to TD Canada Trust HFCC Calamity fund is No. 191-5221540.
Proceeds will go to the National Red Cross.
Typhoon hits Cagayan
de Oro Dec. 17, 2011
Sometime in January of this year Dr.and Mrs.
Dodong Cabilan and Yoyex & Dina Chan while on vacation, acted as envoys to deliver a much needed monetary aid courtesy
of the HFCC to the victims of typhoon Sendong. The accompanying photo assures the funds went directly to a worthy organization.
The recipients is Archbishop Columbus Villamin. Link here SENDONG to view the devastation. (WARNING: slide show is very explicit )
Community Relief Fund.
Hamilton Filipino Community Centre Officers presenting a $500.00 cheque to the president
of Japanese Cultural Centre Hamilton as contribution to the Japanese fund raising drive last April 13, 2011.
L-R. Joe Monaco, Josie Monaco, Cely Villabroza, Bonner Villabroza, Mitch Kawasaki (Japanese Cultural
centre President), Rey Viquiera and Gaspar Aberilla. Bonner
THE FLOOD OF SEPTEMBER
Oct. 2, 2009 At this time this note is being written, CHCH Camera man and road reporter
Melanie Ng are at HFCC waiting to interview Filipinos or any organization/association who may have something to offer our
kababayan in the Philippines who are impacted by typhoons “Ondoy and Pepeng”. If you have any project or drive
such as to fund raise for this calamity, please go to HFCC before 6 p.m. this evening and be prepared to be interviewed on
PLEA FOR ASSISTANCE
The Hamilton Filipino
Community Centre will be the hub of the fund raising effort to help raise funds
for the unfortunate victims of typhoon Ketsana that devastated the Philippines
recently. We appeal once again for your generosity to help our less fortunate
brothers and sisters.
For Contributions call The HFCC at (905) 544 3350. Please leave your message and we will contact you ASAP.
The PCA BOARD donated some of the proceeds from their Dinner Dance to the HFCC Calamity Fund. The fund
raising event was on Friday Oct. 9th at Michelangelos Banquet Centre.
Government of Canada announces
special immigration measures for typhoon victims in the Philippines. Click on Logo for details.
A boy is lifted onto the roof of a building to escape the flooding in the Quezon City suburban
of Manila . Nearly a month's worth of rain fell in just six hours Saturday, triggering the worst flooding in the Philippine
capital in 42 years, which stranded thousands on rooftops in the city and elsewhere.
An aerial view aboard a Philippine Air Force chopper shows devastation brought by Tropical
Storm Ketsana in Cainta Rizal.