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Typhoon Ulysses: How celebrities are helping out to those most affected?

 Filipino celebrities are giving back to the onslaught communities heavily affected by typhoon Ulysses that leaves massive destruction in some areas in Luzon.




In addition to offering words of sympathy and support, some celebrities are opening their wallets to help those struggling with the effects of the deadly typhoon. 



The following is a list of some of the famous folks giving back:





Heart Evangelista: "I will be auctioning some of my favorite designer pieces on @shopmaisonlovemarie ig account in the next following days ... all proceeds will be donated to those affected by this typhoon."




KC Concepcion: "I’m selling ready-made, handcrafted @avecmoijewelry pieces (it usually takes 4 weeks made-to-order), designed by yours truly, for the IMMEDIATE RESCUE & RELIEF efforts in Cagayan, Northern Philippines. They will be available to serious buyers on Tuesday, November 17th." 






Rabiya Mateo: "I can’t completely celebrate and be happy on my birthday today knowing the situation of some Filipinos in Cagayan. That’s why I wanna ask help from everybody with a generous.Any amount will do. Please contact 09176053868 for more details.

"All donations will be distributed for the benefit of our brothers and sisters in Cagayan and around Metro Manila who were greatly affected by Typhoon Ulysses and Rolly.

Lalaban tayo, Pilipinas!" 



Megan Young: "Wager Guild is having a Charity Stream tonight at 8pm. All stars we receive for tonight’s stream will be donated for efforts towards those who affected by #UlyssesPH  all our gaming pages are in this poster. 





Dingdong Dantes: "Hindi Pa Tayo Tapos.

"Habang tuloy tuloy ang pagtulong natin sa mga nasalanta ng sunod sunod na mga bagyo huwag tayong tumigil dahil ang mga kababayan naman natin sa Cagayan Valley ang kailangan ng tulong natin. Ngayon." 


Kris Bernal: "We are one as Filipinos. Making sure that we help each other hand in hand. 

"This time, I decided to use this platform as an avenue to encourage donations to the ones in need. This has been a tough year for us but we have to make sure that we will come back stronger and that is only possible if we help each other." 


Anne Curtis: "First batch of emergency life-saving supplies are now being delivered to #Catanduanes for @unicefphils typhoon #RollyPH response. Water containers, water purification/disinfectant solution, and hygiene + dignity kits will help keep affected children and families healthy. 




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