Philippines Typhoon

Philippines Typhoon. Every year this tiny island in the Pacific is impacted by a typhoon. Many of the residents are familiar with the devastation these typhoons can bring to their families and prepare months in advance.

The typhoon cycle never ends for the people who live on this island. Year after year they are hit with floods, landslides, and torrential rain.

Thousands of islanders have lost their homes, livelihood and their valuables. This is only the beginning—in the months ahead they will have to find a way to rebuild their lives and provide food and shelter for their families.

Compassion has staff on the ground assessing the damage and situation and will provide food and shelter for these displaced families now and the difficult months ahead.

Please consider giving to help children and families in their desperate time of need. Your contribution will help families by providing:

  • food and shelter
  • trauma counseling
  • clothing, school supplies, and household items
  • restore income generating supplies
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On December 6 Typhoon Hagupit made landfall in the Philippines. Landslides, flash floods and wind caused damage, and more than 550 Compassion-assisted children were affected. Four Compassion church partners distributed 300 food packs and relief goods to the children they serve.

On December 29 Typhoon Jangmi made landfall and affected more than 500 Compassion-assisted children. Roughly 250 families were in need of basic supplies.

Although these two typhoons were not as devastating as Typhoon Haiyan in 2013, there are still physical and emotional needs that must be met. Your donation today can restore homes and hope to the children we serve.



*Any money raised above the amount needed in the Philippines will be used by the general Disaster Relief Fund to help other children and families affected by disasters.

Please call us at 888-961-7701, Monday through Friday, 7am to 5:30pm MT. to speak with a Compassion representative.
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