Thank you for your help!

When ICM sent out a call to help our bases in the provinces hit by Typhoon Odette, many of our donors and partners immediately responded with help beyond what we had expected and hope for. Our Manila Donor Relations team shared these photos with thanks.


Fr. Manoling Francisco, SJ, Board Member and Disaster Relief Head of Tanging Yaman Foundation Inc., and faculty member of the Ateneo de Manila University, donated 2,800 relief packs containing various foodstuff and canned goods to the ICM ultra-poor families affected by typhoon Odette in Palawan, Surigao, Siargao, and Dinagat. Tanging Yaman Foundation, Inc. is a conduit foundation that bridges the generosity of countless Filipinos here and abroad to the vital needs of their fellow men and women in the Philippines.


Fr. Manoling, ICM partner Shirley Ybanez, the teams from Filipino-Chinese Global Alliance and Blue Eagle Hauling, ICM DR Carolina Roa, and ICM DR Lovely Soriano.

ICM extends its thanks to its shipping and hauling partners Philippine Span Asia Container Corporation (PSACC), Pilipinas Shell Foundation, Inc., Philippine Navy, Philippine Airforce, Filipino-Chinese Global Alliance, and Blue Eagle Hauling for their invaluable service to bring these much-needed relief goods to ICM bases affected by typhoon Odette.

Deepest gratitude to all our donors who immediately responded to our plea for relief goods:  Tanging Yaman Foundation, Inc. for relief packs; Globe Rewards and Rise Against Hunger for bottled water; Monde Nissin for instant noodles; Rebisco for biscuits; Janina Dizon & friends for water, canned goods, construction materials, and a generator; Shirley Ybanez & friends for sacks of rice and canned goods; First Crocus Phils. Inc. for canned goods and bottled water; General Nutrifoods Phils. Inc. for canned fish; Aissa Montecillo & friends for their cash donation to be used for hauling and distribution; Pacific Synergy for SIP bottled water; Human Nature for a cash donation to purchase relief goods; Security Bank for providing construction materials to rebuild the homes of 14 families in Bohol; RUN Inc. for the repair of 20 homes in Dinagat Island; and to our individual donors who immediately responded to our plea to help the typhoon victims.

ICM Pastor Ambet Arguelles with the Philippine Navy vessel BRP Bacolod City LS550 where the ICM relief goods were loaded for shipping to Palawan.

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