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Earthquake Relief Update

Earthquake Relief Update

As of August 16, 2022

On the morning of July 27, the province of Abra was hit by a 7.3 magnitude earthquake. It was the epicenter of the earthquake that hit our nation. Several other provinces in Northern Luzon were affected including Baguio, Benguet, and the Ilocos regions. The shaking was felt across Metro Manila as well and is dubbed as a “major earthquake” of the year. 

There are 4 municipalities that were severely affected in Abra, including Bangued, where our church is located. 

Our churches from all over the nation are extending help to provide relief and assist families in rebuilding their lives and homes. Through your generosity, we were able to distribute 422 relief packs and provided water bottles. We blessed families with tents and tarpaulins as their temporary shelter.

Last August 5, 2022, our North Luzon churches (namely Agoo, Batac, Candon, Narvacan, San Fernando, and Vigan) all came to help and support. We were able to serve five barangays in three municipalities: 

  • Bangued: Brgy. Calaba (South), Brgy. Sao-atan
  • Pidigan: Brgy. Casilagan Alinaya
  • Tayum: Brgy. Poblacion, Brgy. Addamay Budac

We also gave relief goods to our churches in Ilocos and La Union, which were affected by the earthquake as well. 

Our pastors from these communities were able to preach the gospel and also ministered healing to those who have illnesses and diseases. We also prayed for the barangay captains and councilors.

Through our church community, we are extending God’s love and comfort by providing counseling support and rehabilitating damaged homes in affected areas. Rebuilding takes time, but God is our strength and our faithful provider.  

Thank you for your outpouring of love and generosity to our countrymen in North Luzon at their time of need. They have felt the love of God through you.

Let’s continue to pray for those who have been affected by the earthquake. May God restore what they have lost and may they anchor their hope in Him who holds all things together.


As of July 29, 2022

At 8:43 am on July 27, 2022, the Northern Luzon province of Abra was hit by a 7.3 magnitude earthquake.  It is the epicenter of the earthquake that hit our nation early Wednesday morning.  Several other provinces in Northern Luzon were affected including Baguio, Benguet, Vigan, the Ilocos regions.  The shaking was felt across Metro Manila as well and is dubbed as a “major earthquake” of the year. 

Thousands were asked to evacuate for safety due to falling debris and landslides.  Houses have been destroyed, however, families are camping outside refusing to leave their property.  Currently, there is no water supply in Abra and roads are blocked with debris. Communication is intermittent in several areas across the regions and banks in Abra remain closed.  Aftershocks are still being felt even a few days after.  

There are 4 municipalities severely affected in Abra, including Bangued, where our church is located. Victory Bangued, though affected, is coordinating relief support in partnership with the local government to help neighboring municipalities like Lagangilang, Tayum and Bucay. 

As a church family, we have Victory churches from Metro Manila and provinces extending help to provide relief and assist families in rebuilding homes. 

Together, let’s pray for the affected families, relief workers, and our nation.

  • Pray for God’s peace, comfort and protection for all. In times of shaking, may we find God’s comfort and hope through the gospel. 
  • Pray for strength, faith and provision as affected families and communities rebuild homes and livelihood.

To help, you can give to Victory PH Relief through the following:

  • GCash

    Simply scan or download the QR code below.



    To receive an acknowledgment receipt, please send a screenshot of your transaction to partners@victory.org.ph.
  • Credit card, online banking, or PayPal

More than providing for their physical needs, we want to give our countrymen the hope that can only be found in Christ and can never be snatched away by any calamity. Thank you for your generosity and for your heart to bless others. God bless you!

Typhoon Relief Updates

Typhoon Relief Updates

Please keep visiting this page for updates about Victory’s ongoing relief efforts for #OdettePH

 

As of January 28, 2022

As we look forward to 2022 with hope, let’s continue to pray and stand with our fellow countrymen who are still recovering from the onslaught of Typhoon Odette. Because of your generosity, we have continued efforts to bless the communities through our different churches, so they fully recover and rebuild their lives.

Here are the latest updates:

Cebu. Together, we served communities that were severely displaced. On January 8, we blessed 200 families from Barangay Tejero. Through this initiative, we were able to build a partnership with the local barangay, opening up doors to continually minister to young people through our campus ministry and Real LIFE foundation. 

We also partnered with several organizations and agencies in the province to serve different families. In partnership with YGG and the Philippine Army, we sent relief to over 2000 households seeking refuge in the Cebu International Convention Center, Mandaue.

In Lapu-Lapu, we partnered with the Department for the Urban Poor to bless 4200 families in Barangay Mactan alone. We also reached 80 families who haven’t received relief for more than 14 days since the typhoon hit in Barang Umpad and blessed its neighboring community with a generator to help with their power and water supply.

Kabankalan. Despite being severely affected, the call to help brought many individuals and communities together. In less than a week since the relief operations, we were able to serve more than 4,000 families across several barangays. Last December 29, we gave 746 packs of relief to nearby cities and municipalities South of Negros Occidental. We are now providing materials and assistance to rebuild homes for several families in the coming weeks.

Palawan. On January 12, we reached the communities in Roxas, providing relief packs to 200 families. These families are still short on supply, as COVID-19 cases increase across the entire region. 

Surigao. Because it takes months to fully restore power, many people travel just to charge their phones and reach out for help outside Surigao. We gave 95 solar lights and chargers as communities slowly rebuild. We provided assistance to families so they can purchase materials as well.

To help, you can give to Victory PH Relief through the following:

  • GCash

    Simply scan or download the QR code below.



    To receive an acknowledgment receipt, please send a screenshot of your transaction to partners@victory.org.ph.
  • Credit card, online banking, or PayPal

Thank you for generously giving and serving with us, extending God’s love even to places beyond our physical reach.

 


As of December 28, 2021

With nearly 4 million individuals affected across Visayas and Mindanao, we were able to extend help through our different Victory churches in the regions. Through your generosity, we distributed water, relief packs, hygiene kits, solar lamps, and noche buena packages and are currently coordinating to help rebuild homes in the coming weeks.

Here are the latest updates:

Bohol and Cebu. Bohol and Cebu are under a state of calamity, facing a shortage of water and food supplies. We responded by sending drinking water to affected families and providing food packs after the typhoon hit. To date, we provided over 100 food packs in Bohol through our church in the city. In Cebu, more than 500 boxes of bottled water, 120 liters of gasoline, and 120 solar lamps were supplied to affected communities. We also provided 4 generator sets across Cebu.

Negros Occidental. Kabankalan was one of the severely hit cities in Negros. Our churches in  Bacolod, Kabankalan, and Silay mobilized teams that visited homes and served 5,000 families in different barangays. We gave 100 units of solar lamps and 3 generators while waiting for power to be restored in the area.

Negros Oriental. Bais, Bindoy, and Manjuyod are about 1 to 2 hours away from Dumaguete. Through Victory Dumaguete, we provided access to water and electricity by setting up charging and water stations and distributing relief packs to affected communities.

Palawan. The typhoon damaged almost 70 to 80% of infrastructure in Northern Palawan alone. Barangay Irawan in Puerto Princesa was one of the hard-hit areas, where several families lost homes and it will take a long time to rebuild. On Christmas eve, we had the opportunity to provide 79 Noche Buena packages and give a message of hope to several households. Six families from our church community were also given financial assistance to help them rebuild their homes. 

Southern Leyte. Victory Tacloban, along with our church planting team in Ormoc, extended help by preparing 500 relief packs with food, drinking water, and clothing. Together, we served over 380 families in Barangay Banahao, Hitawos, Pamigsian, and Pintuyan. We partnered with the local government to send the remaining 111 relief packs to Barangay Olisihan and Dao, which are currently hard to reach.

Our relief efforts in these provinces will continue as communities rebuild and recover what they have lost. 

Let’s continually pray for the affected families and our churches in the regions who are serving as God’s hands and feet in a time of great need. Let us pray for our nation as we rebuild in faith together.

 


As of December 21, 2021

Since super typhoon Odette entered the Philippines, at least 375 people were killed and 56 are missing, and 500 more were injured because of the recent calamity. Kabankalan, Surigao, and Bohol lost access to electricity and water supply. Majority lost homes and are seeking temporary shelter in evacuation centers. It will take approximately 3-4 months for these provinces to fully recover.

As of December 19, our Victory churches in these areas and nearby provinces immediately organized relief efforts. Victory Bacolod, Silay, and Kabankalan are giving away relief packs and speaking comfort and hope throughout the affected cities. Another team is visiting houses of church members needing help to rebuild homes. 

In Dumaguete City, our church provided 5,000L drinking water immediately after the storm and is currently coordinating for goods to be distributed to more families. In Surigao, our Victory Butuan church, together with our church planting team in the area, is coordinating with the local officials to give relief packs and hygiene kits to be given to hard-hit areas. 

Knowing that families in several provinces will be spending Christmas rebuilding lives, our desire is to bring a message of hope and light in a dark hour.

Together, let’s continually pray for the affected families, our churches in the provinces and our nation.

  • Pray for affected families that they would experience God’s comfort and hope through the gospel as they rebuild and recover what is lost. 
  • Pray for our local churches in the provinces as they organize relief efforts towards affected members, families and communities.
  • Pray that the revelation of Jesus’ birth in a lowly manger assure us that God is near and He is faithful in our nation. 

More than providing for their physical needs, we want to give our countrymen the hope that can only be found in Christ and can never be snatched away by any calamity. Thank you for your generosity and for your heart to bless our countrymen. 


As of December 18, 2021

Typhoon Odette entered the Philippine area of responsibility on December 16, 2021 and has intensified into a super typhoon right before its landfall in the southeastern part of the country. The provinces that were severely affected are Agusan del Norte, Bohol, Cagayan de Oro, Cebu, Lanao del Sur, Negros Oriental and Occidental, Palawan, and Southern Leyte. 

Thousands were asked to evacuate for safety because of the strong winds and flooding in many areas, and several families lost their homes. Several parts of Leyte and the Visayas region have no access to electricity and roads access is difficult. Communication is also challenging in several areas across the regions.

We have teams reaching out to the affected areas and our countrymen and extending help to families who will be rebuilding homes at Christmastime. We will post more updates in the coming weeks. 

Together, let’s pray for the affected families, rescue workers, and our nation.

  • Pray for the families who are rebuilding their homes at Christmastime.
  • Pray that they would experience God’s comfort and hope through the gospel. May the revelation of Jesus’ birth in a lowly manger assure them that God is near and He is faithful in their midst.

More than providing for their physical needs, we want to give our countrymen the hope that can only be found in Christ and can never be snatched away by any calamity. Thank you for your generosity and for your heart to bless our countrymen. God bless you and keep you safe!

Restoring Hope Together in Zamboanga

Restoring Hope Together in Zamboanga

Earlier this week, several provinces in Mindanao were struck by two storms in quick succession. Tropical depressions Odette and Paolo forced many residents to evacuate their homes, and massive floods formed over the island, especially in Zamboanga City.

For the past four years, residents in the Tugbungan community have given Victory group leaders the opportunity to serve through Victory groups and a Kids Church service. Once the floods set in, Victory Zamboanga was privileged to attend to their immediate needs through the distribution of food supplies and hygiene kits. As the relief goods were distributed, we took the moment to encourage the mothers who received the kits by preaching the gospel to them.

We stand in faith that this is the latest opportunity God has given us to be His hands and feet to this community, and we look forward to mobilizing our resources to further help out those who were affected by the typhoons.

Meanwhile, let us continue to pray for the people and cities who were affected by the typhoons. Pray for protection, comfort, peace, and provision as they rebuild their homes and communities. Believe that our church in Zamboanga will also be salt and light to the people in Mindanao at this time.

Join us in helping our countrymen in Marawi!

On May 23, the city of Marawi in Mindanao was attacked by a militant group. Since then, we have been monitoring the situation and covering Marawi, Mindanao, and our whole nation in prayer. We are also helping with the relief efforts of the Philippine Council of Evangelical Churches, Operation Blessing, and Operation Compassion.

The nearest Victory church in the area is in Iligan, and our Senior Pastor there, Jovir Arcay, is working closely with the local government and other NGOs there. They have updated us about the current needs. Because many of those who were in Marawi are moving to cities outside the affected area, relief goods, such as sleeping gear, basic medicines, hygiene kits, and water are needed. So far, over 500 families who are currently in evacuation centers need our help. This number is also expected to rise as more families evacuate from Marawi.

If you would like to help us give to assist those affected by the Marawi crisis, you may assist by giving financially. Because of the challenge of transporting goods, financial gifts are easier for us to send to our partner organizations, and will go farther in helping a greater number of people. The money you give will be used to provide the relief goods needed.

Thank you for your generosity and for joining us in our relief efforts. Let us join our countrymen in praying for peace over Marawi, the region of Mindanao, and our nation. Pray for protection, strength, and comfort for the residents in that area. Pray also for our troops and government officials who are working to bring peace. Pray for the church and other organizations that are working together to bring relief in the region. Together, let us declare that God’s righteousness reigns over the Philippines!

HOW TO GIVE. Victory is now accepting online donations for our relief efforts via credit card and BPI Express Online.

To give via credit card, please click here.

1. Read and agree to our online donation terms and conditions by checking the I Agree box at the bottom of the form.
2. Fill out the online form.
• Enter your local church. Please select Others if you don’t attend Victory in Metro Manila.
• Type of giving. Please select Marawi Relief.
• Amount
• Frequency
• Your name and email address
3. Clicking on Next will take you to PesoPay, where you will complete your transaction.

To give via PayPal, please click here.

1. Read and agree to our online donation terms and conditions by checking the I Agree box at the bottom of the form.
2. Fill out the online form.
• Enter your local church. Please select Others if you don’t attend a Victory location in Metro Manila.
• Type of giving. Please select Disaster Relief.
• Amount
• Frequency
• Your name and email address
3. Clicking on Next will take you to PesoPay, where you will complete your transaction.

To give via BPI Express Online, please click here.
1. Get your Reference Number. Enter your email address in the box provided to receive your Reference Number in your email.
2. Enroll Victory in your BPI Express Online Account.
3. Give. You may enter the following Additional Reference Number, depending on your Victory Center:

  • Victory Philippines (99000)
  • Victory Alabang (99026)
  • Victory Caloocan (99035)
  • Victory Fort (99002)
  • Victory Greenhills (99043)
  • Victory Makati (99057)
  • Victory Malate (99022)
  • Victory Metro East (99049)
  • Victory Muntinlupa (99060)
  • Victory Nova (99034)
  • Victory Ortigas (99028)
  • Victory Pasig (99030)
  • Victory Pioneer (99042)
  • Victory Quezon City (99018)
  • Victory Santa Rosa (99044)
  • Victory U-Belt (99001)

CASH AND CHECK DONATIONS

We also accept cash and check donations through BPI direct deposit. Please check out the info below:

Disaster Relief Operations – Peso Donations
BANK NAME: Bank of the Philippine Islands
ACCOUNT NAME: Victory Christian Fellowship
ACCOUNT NO: 0063-3205-52
TYPE OF ACCOUNT: PESO Savings Account
BANK ADDRESS: Fort Serendra Branch, Ground Floor, Serendra, BGC, Taguig City, Philippines
SWIFT CODE: BOPIPHMM

Disaster Relief Operations – Dollar Donations
BANK NAME: Bank of the Philippine Islands
ACCOUNT NAME: Victory Christian Fellowship
ACCOUNT NO: 0824-0569-27
TYPE OF ACCOUNT: DOLLAR Savings Account
BANK ADDRESS: Fort Serendra Branch, Ground Floor, Serendra, BGC, Taguig City, Philippines
SWIFT CODE: BOPIPHMM

Note: By contributing to this project, ministry partners acknowledge that funds given to Victory, as a member of Every Nation, will be directed to provide assistance to those affected in Marawi, and redirected, as necessary, should the funds contributed be in excess of the need. We partner as well with other non-government organizations who work in these areas.

Let us pray for Cagayan de Oro!

Let us pray for Cagayan de Oro!

Today, the local government of Cagayan de Oro City declared the city under a state of calamity, hours after the city was inundated by floodwaters caused by heavy rains caused by a low pressure area and the tail-end of a monsoon cold front. Many residents in waterlogged towns in the Visayas and Mindanao were evacuated even as the rains destroyed millions of pesos worth of property throughout the region.

We read in Isaiah 41:10 about how God protects and watches over His people: “Fear not, for I am with you; be not dismayed, for I am your God; I will strengthen you, I will help you, I will uphold you with my righteous right hand.”

Let us pray for our countrymen who have been affected by the flooding caused by heavy monsoon rains in Cagayan de Oro and other parts of the Visayas and Mindanao. May God sustain them and all of us with His comfort, peace, protection and provision.

Relief efforts for Typhoon Lawin ongoing

Relief efforts for Typhoon Lawin ongoing

Let us pray for those affected by Typhoon Lawin
Let us pray for those affected by Typhoon Lawin

On Wednesday night, October 19, Typhoon Lawin (international name Haima) made landfall in the town of Peñablanca, Cagayan. With maximum sustained winds of 225 kilometers per hour (kph) near the center and gusts of up to 315 kph, Lawin soon pounded the provinces of Cagayan, Isabela, and Ilocos Sur. Eight persons have lost their lives, and thousands of families have lost their homes and are in need of basic goods and medical attention. Damage to city infrastructure is estimated in the tens of millions of pesos.

We stand with and pray for our countrymen affected by this typhoon. Since last week, we have been working with our churches in Cagayan, Isabela, and Ilocos Sur, to aid those affected. We invite everyone to continue to keep our countrymen in your prayers. Together, let us call on the Lord and trust that He is near to us, especially our brothers and sisters affected by the typhoon.

If you would like to give to assist Victory members affected by Typhoon Lawin, you may do so using any of the following methods. Together, let us be God’s hands and feet to our countrymen in need.

ONLINE DONATIONS

Victory is now accepting online donations for our relief efforts via credit card or BPI Express Online.

To give via credit card, please click here.

1. Read and agree to our online donation terms and conditions by checking the I Agree box at the bottom of the form.
2. Fill out the online form.
• Enter your local church. Please select Others if you don’t attend a Victory location in Metro Manila.
• Type of giving. Please select Disaster Relief.
• Amount
• Frequency
• Your name and email address
3. Clicking on Next will take you to PesoPay, where you will complete your transaction.

To give via PayPal, please click here.

1. Read and agree to our online donation terms and conditions by checking the I Agree box at the bottom of the form.
2. Fill out the online form.
• Enter your local church. Please select Others if you don’t attend a Victory location in Metro Manila.
• Type of giving. Please select Disaster Relief.
• Amount
• Frequency
• Your name and email address
3. Clicking on Next will take you to PesoPay, where you will complete your transaction.

To give via BPI Express Online, please click here.
1. Get your Reference Number. Enter your email address in the box provided to receive your Reference Number in your email.
2. Enroll Victory in your BPI Express Online Account.
3. Give. You may enter the following Additional Reference Number, depending on your Victory Center:

  • Victory Philippines (99000)
  • Victory Alabang (99026)
  • Victory Caloocan (99035)
  • Victory Fort (99002)
  • Victory Greenhills (99043)
  • Victory Makati (99057)
  • Victory Malate (99022)
  • Victory Metro East (99049)
  • Victory Muntinlupa (99060)
  • Victory Nova (99034)
  • Victory Ortigas (99028)
  • Victory Pasig (99030)
  • Victory Pioneer (99042)
  • Victory Quezon City (99018)
  • Victory Santa Rosa (99044)
  • Victory U-Belt (99001)

CASH AND CHECK DONATIONS

We also accept cash and check donations through BPI direct deposit. Please check out the info below:

Disaster Relief Operations – Peso Donations BANK NAME: Bank of the Philippine Islands ACCOUNT NAME: Victory Christian Fellowship ACCOUNT NO: 0063-3205-52 TYPE OF ACCOUNT: PESO Savings Account BANK ADDRESS: Fort Serendra Branch, Ground Floor, Serendra, BGC, Taguig City, Philippines SWIFT CODE: BOPIPHMM

Disaster Relief Operations – Dollar Donations BANK NAME: Bank of the Philippine Islands ACCOUNT NAME: Victory Christian Fellowship ACCOUNT NO: 0824-0569-27 TYPE OF ACCOUNT: DOLLAR Savings Account BANK ADDRESS: Fort Serendra Branch, Ground Floor, Serendra, BGC, Taguig City, Philippines SWIFT CODE: BOPIPHMM

Note: By contributing to this project, ministry partners acknowledge that funds given to Victory, as a member of Every Nation, will be directed to provide assistance to those affected by this disaster, and redirected, as necessary, should the funds contributed be in excess of the need. We partner as well with other non-government organizations who work in these areas.

How to give to our #HelpNepal relief efforts

How to give to our #HelpNepal relief efforts

If you would like to give to Every Nation’s relief efforts in Nepal, you may give cash and check donations through BPI direct deposit. Please check out the info below:

Disaster Relief Operations – Peso Donations
BANK NAME: Bank of the Philippine Islands
ACCOUNT NAME: Victory Christian Fellowship
ACCOUNT NO: 0063-3205-52
TYPE OF ACCOUNT: PESO Savings Account
BANK ADDRESS: Fort Serendra Branch, Ground Floor, Serendra, BGC, Taguig City, Philippines
SWIFT CODE: BOPIPHMM

Disaster Relief Operations – Dollar Donations
BANK NAME: Bank of the Philippine Islands
ACCOUNT NAME: Victory Christian Fellowship
ACCOUNT NO: 0824-0569-27
TYPE OF ACCOUNT: DOLLAR Savings Account
BANK ADDRESS: Fort Serendra Branch, Ground Floor, Serendra, BGC, Taguig City, Philippines
SWIFT CODE: BOPIPHMM

Online Donations

Victory is now accepting online donations for our relief efforts via credit card or BPI Express Online.

To give via credit card, please visit http://victory.org.ph//give/creditcard.

  1. Just fill out the online form.
    1. Enter your local church. Please select Others if you don’t attend a Victory location in Metro Manila.
    2. Type of giving. Please select Disaster Relief.
    3. Amount.
    4. Frequency.
    5. Your name and email address.
  2. Clicking on Next will take you to PesoPay, where you will complete your transaction.

To give via BPI Express Online, please visit http://victory.org.ph//give/bpi.

  1. Get your Reference Number. Enter your email address in the box provided to receive your Reference Number in your email.
  2. Enroll Victory in your BPI Express Online Account.
  3. Give. You may enter the following Additional Reference Number, depending on your Victory Center:
CHURCH ADDITIONAL REFERENCE NUMBER
Victory Philippines 99000
Victory Alabang 99026
Victory Caloocan 99035
Victory Fort 99002
Victory Greenhills 99043
Victory Makati 99057
Victory Malate 99022
Victory Metro East 99049
Victory Muntinlupa 99060
Victory Nova 99034
Victory Ortigas 99028
Victory Pasig 99030
Victory Pioneer 99042
Victory Quezon City 99018
Victory Santa Rosa 99044
Victory U-Belt 99001

Thank you for joining us in responding to the call to be God’s hands and feet in this difficult time. May He bless you as we work together towards helping the men and women of Nepal.

Note: By contributing to this project, ministry partners acknowledge that funds given to Every Nation will be directed to provide assistance to those affected by this disaster, and redirected, as necessary, should the funds contributed be in excess of the need. Every Nation partners as well with other non-government organizations who work in these areas.

Help Nepal

Help Nepal

Homes and buildings lie damaged in Kathmandu, Nepal, as a result of last Saturday's 7.8 earthquake.
Homes and buildings lie damaged in Kathmandu, Nepal, as a result of last Saturday’s 7.8 earthquake.

On Saturday, April 25, a massive earthquake struck the South Asian nation of Nepal, approximately 50 miles northeast of the Nepali capital of Kathmandu. Registering 7.8 on the Richter scale, the earthquake struck with deadly force, flattening homes, buildings, and temples, causing widespread damage across the region and killing more than 5,000 people. It was the strongest earthquake in the region in more than 80 years.

Every Nation, the worldwide family of churches and ministries to which Victory belongs, maintains a church here. By God’s grace, all our missionaries and church members are safe and accounted for, although at least two of our members have lost their homes, and one member suffered injuries during the earthquake. Our church is now mobilizing to assist with relief efforts. Your prayers and donations are crucial and welcome during this difficult time.

Prayer Points

Please pray the following for our church in Nepal:

  1. Pray that the electricity and water supply return to normal as soon as possible so our church members can pump water and charge their devices to connect with other Nepalis and the outside world.
  2. Pray that groceries and banks will open as soon as possible and return to normal operations, so the people can buy food and water, as well as receive financial support from outside the country.
  3. Believe God for the safety and protection of every missionary and church member, as well as the Nepali population.
  4. Peace and comfort to be upon the Nepalis, who are currently paralyzed by fear and horrified by the massive devastation. Ask for grace for our church members who have lost their homes, loved ones, and property.
  5. Believe God for the aftershocks to stop and prevent further devastation.
Give to our Relief Efforts

You may give to Every Nation’s relief efforts in Nepal through cash, check, or credit card. If you’re on Twitter and would like to participate, please tweet using the hashtag #HelpNepal.

  • You may give cash or check donations in the Philippines through BPI Direct Deposit. Click here for more information.
  • Click here to give an online donation via credit card.
  • Click here to give an online donation via BPI Express Online. (Click here to access your required Additional Reference Number.)

Thank you for joining us in responding to the call to be God’s hands and feet in this difficult time. May He bless you as we work together towards helping the men and women of Nepal.

Note: By contributing to this project, ministry partners acknowledge that funds given to Every Nation will be directed to provide assistance to those affected by this disaster, and redirected, as necessary, should the funds contributed be in excess of the need. Every Nation partners as well with other non-government organizations who work in these areas.

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[Yolanda Update] Thank you for helping #Rebuild

[Yolanda Update] Thank you for helping #Rebuild

Victory would like to thank all our cash donors who gave to our Typhoon Yolanda (international code name: Haiyan) relief efforts. Your support will go a long way in rehabilitating communities affected by the typhoon.

You’re giving to rebuild homes. Last January 14, we donated PHP 3,000,000 to the #Rebuild campaign of relief organization Habitat for Humanity. These funds will be used for Shelter Repair Kits, which will be equally distributed between Tacloban and northern Cebu, two areas hard-hit by typhoon Haiyan in November 2013.

(L-R) Victory Fort Bonifacio Executive Pastor Paolo Punzalan, Victory Philippines Bishop Juray Mora, Habitat for Humanity Philippines CEO & Managing Director Charlie Ayco, and  Bong Recio, Chair of Habitat for Humanity Philippines Board of Trustees, sign the Memorandum of Agreement between Victory and Habitat for Humanity Philippines.
(L-R) Victory Fort Bonifacio Executive Pastor Paolo Punzalan, Victory Philippines Bishop Juray Mora, Habitat for Humanity Philippines CEO & Managing Director Charlie Ayco, and Bong Recio, Chair of Habitat for Humanity Philippines Board of Trustees, sign the Memorandum of Agreement between Victory and Habitat for Humanity Philippines.

You’re giving to rebuild campuses. Victory also donated another PHP 600,000 to the University of the Philippines – Tacloban. These funds, which donors gave during the church’s Christmas Eve service, will go to the construction of student dorm housing. Tim Fischer, a German architecture designer who attends our church, will design the new dorm facilities. We have also allotted funds for the purchase of computers for UP – Tacloban.

You’re giving to rebuild educations. More than 50 Tacloban students who study at the University of the Philippines’ Tacloban and Iloilo campuses lost homes and belongings during the typhoon. We have extended them help, and partnered with Alphacrest Foundation to support 24 of these students’ academic and living needs for the rest of the school year.

You’re giving to rebuild lives. The Asian Theological Seminary’s trauma counseling program trains and sends counselors to trauma victims to help them process their experience. We have deployed 200 counselors through this program to typhoon-affected areas to counsel victims struggling emotionally with their experience. These counselors work in a gospel component, so that counselees leave with a stronger understanding of and faith in God.

You’re giving to rebuild families. Over the past few months, members of our church in Tacloban received funds to help rebuild their homes. Several are students whose families have not joined them at our Tacloban church services. Your gifts have helped open doors for these students to invite their families to church, and today, many of them now attend our Tacloban church services. Discipleship efforts are now starting to take place.

On behalf of Victory Philippines, thank you for responding to the urgent need of the victims of Typhoon Yolanda. May He bless you immensely!