San Beda University Manila organizes typhoon relief

For Bedans who are looking for a way to help, here are two options you can do organized by both current Bedan students and alumni

Donation Drive #1. #JuanBEDAnihan!

Small businesses owned by San Beda students and Alumni are teaming up to use their platforms  to help our fellowmen who were gravely affected by Typhoons Rolly and Ulysses. It is spearheaded by Yumgyeopsal by K&M, Barlo Co., Chili Laboratory Philippines, Gourmet Coffee Philippines, Fresh Beans MNL, Flexwireless.PH, Vintage Clothings by Elson Salazar (instagram: @1stchild_00), Hakaw Hero PH, The Beanery, Merly.PH, and Shop.Neoteric. They will be extending their efforts by giving a small percentage of sales and in-kind donations from November 15 onwards to their partner organizations. You may also put your donations directly in their bank accounts:


GCash – Edrick Allan Pajaro [09171440328]

Metrobank: Joshua Vicente S. Espinoza [082-3-082-57402-7]

All monetary proceeds will be collected and donated to Kaya Natin Movement. In-kind donations are also accepted, and will be given to other partner organizations for distribution.

In these trying times, let’s all come together to help our brothers and sisters.


Donation Drive #2: KAPATIRAN PARA SA BAYAN: BIGAY TULONG PARA SA PAG-AHON is a donation drive spearheaded by the San Bigkis Party of San Beda University.

Last November 12, thousands of families in Marikina and Rizal were forced to leave their homes for safety because of Typhoon Ulysses, leaving them with nothing but the clothes on their back.

The donation drive is aimed to provide the 500 families (2,000 individuals) with basic necessities such as food, water, blankets, and sanitary kits to the evacuees in Tumana, Marikina City.

Project leads Arleen Rose Roxas and Angela Fajardo teamed up with DECATHLON PHILIPPINES (Masinag) to distribute the relief packs on Wednesday, 18 November 2020.

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