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How to donate or help Philippine typhoon victims

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) -

Typhoon Haiyan swept across the central Philippines on Friday, leaving a trail of massive destruction in its wake. With sustained winds reported at over 145 miles per hour, and significantly stronger gusts, Haiyan was the second category 5 typhoon to strike the Philippines this year.  

To donate to the American Red Cross and assist victims of the Phillipine typhoon, visit the following link and click "Donate Now" on the right hand column: http://www.redcross.org/news/article/Red-Cross-Sends-Support-to-Philippines-for-Typhoon-Response 

To donate to UNICEF's assistance fund for Haiyan victims, click here: http://fieldnotes.unicefusa.org/2013/11/super-typhoon-haiyan-strikes-philippines.html?gclid=CMemsMj73LoCFe1aMgod3E0ARA

To donate to the Salvation Army's Typhoon Haiyan Relief Fund, click here: https://donate.salvationarmyusa.org/TyphoonHaiyan.

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