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Help Super Typhoon Haiyan Victims
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On November 8, 2013 the eye of typhoon Yolanda or “the biggest storm ever recorded”, went through my wife’s hometown of Tacloban City, Leyte in the Philippines. It was reported that this storm was 3.5 times the size and force of Hurricane ...

On November 8, 2013 the eye of typhoon Yolanda or “the biggest storm ever recorded”, went through my wife’s hometown of Tacloban City, Leyte in the Philippines. It was reported that this storm was 3.5 times the size and force of Hurricane Katrina, which devastated parts of the United States. 95% of Tacloban City was completely destroyed. For 4 days, we waited for a sign of life from her family. With communications down, we feared the worst. With great joy, we discovered that her family was spared from the wrath of the devastating winds and the floodwaters that surged and killed so many innocent lives. Now the survivors wander the streets, with no homes to go back to and little resources to keep them alive. It is hard to imagine such agony. Water and food is scarce. We cannot delay, we must act. For those who wish to help, we will be sending boxes of food (canned goods), water, new or used clothing, toiletries, baby necessities, sheets or blankets, towels, etc. For those who would like to send a monetary donation directly to my wife’s family, we are setting up a fund raiser. The funds that are raised will go directly to my wife’s family and will be used to rebuild the family home and will also help those in the surrounding neighborhoods. 

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