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Donate and Help Survivors of Typhoon Haiyan

Donate and Help Survivors of Typhoon Haiyan

Published by KLFM
7:57am 13th November 2013. (Updated at 8:05am 13th November 2013)

The manager of the Oxfam store in King's Lynn says you can help people in the Philippines by dropping off a couple of pounds to her shop on Norfolk Street.

12 British surgeons and paramedics are flying out there this morning

The Queen has made a personal donation to the Disasters Emergency Committee appeal for aid - which has raised more than one and a half million pounds in 15 hours.

Jane Haskins runs our Oxfam store at Norfolk Street.

“£50 will buy 100 emergency health kits for people. £150 will pay for safe water and emergency shelters . Even if you can only afford £3 of £5 then the money will still go to where it’s needed most. Paying for health kits, malaria kits, and those are the most important things at the moment.”


How To Donate:

If you want to help then you can drop off cash, cheques, or stock to be sold at the Oxfam Shop in Norfolk Street, King’s Lynn.  Please do not bring items like tents for people in the Philippines to the shop as they have no way of transporting them.

Text the word DONATE to 70000, to donate £5 to the Disasters Emergency Committee.

Send cheques to:

DEC Philippines Typhoon Appeal
PO Box 999

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