As of December 17, Super Typhoon Odette made 9 landfalls in 7 provinces of the Philippines, leaving at least 330,000 people displaced in parts of Visayas & Northern Mindanao and 63 cities/municipalities without electricity.

Needs assessments are being conducted by the Philippine government together with civil society organizations but is hampered by floods, blocked roads, impassable bridges, and interruption of other lifelines.

Greenpeace is currently documenting the climate disaster and coordinating possible response and relief efforts, watch this space for daily updates. #ReliefPH

Donation Drives – Negros Islands

  • Negrosanon Young Leaders Institute Inc
  • Kawsa Kusina – a Community Kitchen providing plant-based and locally sourced food to affected families in Negros Occidental
Organized by Youth for Climate Hope and Linghod PH

Donation Drives – Leyte

  • Sogod, Southern Leyte

Donation Drives Palawan

  • Roxas Palawan c/o John Pellina
  • Roxas Palawan c/o Rachel Jane
  • Donation Drives Dinagat Islands

    • Balaod Mindanaw

    Donation Drives – Cagayan de Oro

    • Tayo Na! Collaboratory

    Donation Drives Misamis Oriental

    • For our Farmers PH

    Donation Drives – Surigao

    • Pawssion Project Foundation – Save the animals of Siargao

    Donation Drives Multiple Areas

    • Kids for Kids – Relief drive for Siargao, Bohol, Cebu, Negros
    • Ambagan Philippines Mindanao
    • Save the Children Philippines – Help children and their families recover from Super Typhoon Odette
    • Millennials PH
    • YACAP – Youth Advocates for Climate Action Philippines
    • Earth Shaker Philippines
    • LCOY Pilipinas (Local Conference of the Youth) – Crowdfunding for modular tents that will serve as temporary shelter of families in Moalboal, Cebu, and Negros Occidental
    • Center for Energy, Ecology, and Development – Deployment of solar-powered gensets, donation of solar lamps and charging stations in Negros Island, Southern Cebu, and Northern Mindanao
    • LIYAB – Donation drive for LGBTQIA+ and other marginalized communities affected by Super Typhoon Odette

    More frequent and intense extreme weather like super typhoon Odette have taken away lives and livelihoods, left thousands of families without homes, and destroyed our natural resources. The biggest fossil fuel companies & cement companies, who have contributed the most to the climate crisis, continue to rake in huge profits while our people and planet suffer. Join us as we call for accountability from the world’s biggest polluters: