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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!

Relief Efforts for Yolanda Ongoing

Relief Efforts for Yolanda Ongoing

Haiyan Relief web iconOn Friday, November 8, typhoon Yolanda (international name Haiyan) made landfall in the city of Tacloban, Leyte. Thousands of families have been displaced, infrastructure was damaged, and many are in need of basic goods and medical attention.

Join us as we begin relief efforts for those affected by typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan). Our Victory centers are now accepting donations for flood victims.

If you’re on Twitter and would like to like to participate in our relief efforts, please tweet using the hashtag #yolandarelief.

WHAT TO DONATE

The following items are a priority for those affected:

  • Instant noodles

  • Canned goods

  • Bottled water

  • Biscuits

  • Coffee

  • Mats and blankets

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

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:

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)

If you’re looking to participate in relief efforts, you may email partners@victory.org.ph.

Together, let us share God’s love and be His hands and feet in these times of need. God bless you as we work together towards helping our countrymen!