After the onslaught of Typhoon Yolanda in Eastern Visayas, more Filipinos nationwide are joining forces to extend support to the victims in any way possible. But with the extent of damage that limits the delivery of aid and assistance, it becomes a challenge for many kababayans to help in relief operations.
GCASH, the flagship mobile money service of G-Xchange, Inc. (GXI), the mobile commerce arm of Globe Telecom, is paving the way for Globe subscribers nationwide to extend financial support to the victims of Typhoon Yolanda at the speed of a text message.
Using GCASH as donation facility, concerned citizens can send money to support the relief operations of different organizations such as the Philippine National Red Cross, one of the most active organizations in the Philippines that conduct disaster relief operations.
How to donate…
To send cash donations to the Philippine National Red Cross via GCASH, Globe subscribers can text:
and send to 2882.
Globe subscribers who wish to donate to other government and non-government partner-organizations of Globe may just dial *143# through their mobile phones and choose GCASH>Others Services>Donate>Amount>MPIN>Select Charity.
“We encourage our subscribers to take part in helping thousands of Typhoon Yolanda-affected communities especially those in the Visayas and Mindanao regions in a way that’s easy, safe, and hassle-free. We hope that through GCASH, concerned citizens who may not be able to join relief operations can do their share in helping rebuild the nation. No amount is big or small, as these donations will surely go a long way and mean a lot to our kababayans in typhoon-stricken areas,” shared GXI President Paolo Baltao.
The GCASH donation facility is part of the telco’s Bangon Pinoy program, an enterprise-wide disaster response initiative that aims to have a unified system for donations, relief efforts, and corporate social responsibility programs across products and services.
To know more about Globe Bangon Pinoy, visit www.globe.com.ph/bangonpinoy.