Philippine News: The Philippine National Red Cross Now Accepts Donations Via Paypal

More Than 300,000 Filipinos Left Homeless

More Than 300,000 Filipinos Left Homeless

You would think that an organization like the Red Cross would have everything covered. Well, so things are slow in the Philippines. But finally, someone in the Philippine National Red Cross has taken the initiative to set up an account so that PayPal members can finally send donations. This is especially important at this state of calamity after the passing of tropical storm Ketsana (aka Ondoy here in the Philippines) wreaked havoc in various parts of the country.

Anyway, you may direct your donations to give@redcross.org.ph.

One Response to “Philippine News: The Philippine National Red Cross Now Accepts Donations Via Paypal”

  1. Obviously Mr. Alejandro Sanchez should be colombian and his analysis is particularly oriented to highlight the strenght of colombian submarine force in front of venezuelan one, because that is the only item where they have temporarily some advantage. He forgot to say that the colombian fleet have very poor air defense specially VSHORAD, and also he doesnt say anything about air force superiority of Venezuela, specially in the sense of air to ship missile capability, and the own missile capability of the venezuelan frigates. With regard to the army, the recent purchases of Venezuela in armored tanks and infantry armored combat carriers and personnel transports APC and ICV’s, artillery and air defense radars and missile systems, means that Colombia have to take a long breath and thinking before ever imaging to take a lead in a Colombia – Venezuela confrontation, without the risk of losing until their pants.

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