How to Give to Typhoon Haiyan Aid

Typhoon Haiyan

It’s been more than a week after Typhoon Haiyan/Yolanda left the Philippines devastated, yet there’s a lot of work left to distribute relief. Debris continues to block international aid to reach the hardest hit areas and has become a logistics nightmare which requires more supplies and time. The British Red Cross’s Northern English branch has approached us at Fabrily with a t-shirt campaign: “Stay Strong Philippines” that is now launched and live. All proceeds will go directly to the British Red Cross’ Typhoon Haiyan aid.

We didn’t stutter – that’s 100%, the whole shebang, every el dinero of the t-shirt’s profits will be donated to Haiyan relief directly as a verified donation to The British Red Cross. In order for this to happen, at least 100 shirts have to be reserved in order to meet the Red Cross’ goal and get production started. Let’s answer a few questions:

  1. Is this really by The British Red Cross Northern English branch? Yes, it’s absolutely their t-shirt campaign for their fundraising efforts.
  2. Why t-shirts? This is simply another donation channel of the British Red Cross’s Typhoon Haiyan appeal, where all proceeds will go to afterwards once the campaign is successful. The t-shirt was designed with a compassionate message in mind, showing support and solidarity for the Philippines’ strong spirit.
  3. But I’m already involved in a fundraising effort. No worries! This can go either two ways: you can spread the campaign via social media or email to other interested people OR if your association/organization would like to reserve these shirts for their fundraising event then feel free to direct your fundraising efforts (all or some is up to you) to the campaign page.

Click here to find out more about the campaign. If you have any more questions, feel free to follow us on Facebook or Twitter.


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