Operation Airdrop by Filipinos Unite
$600 raised
2 contributors
4 Years running
PLEASE DONATE! Operation Airdrop is delivering Emergency Relief Support to ZERO-RELIEF areas via helicopter. These are areas with populations that HAVE NOT BEEN GIVEN RELIEF SUPPORT since the largest storm in history devastated the Philippines on Nov 9!

As you may know, the Philippines was recently met with one of the largest storms to hit land in history, Super-Typhoon Haiyan (Also known as Typhoon Yolanda). While the storm that left thousands dead and destroyed millions of lives may have passed, a new storm is coming. This is the storm of hunger, disease and unimaginable levels of suffering that is happening right now. While international media has attracted many relief missions into the country, up till now, there are hundreds of thousands that have not had any relief because they are simply too hard to reach.

Imagine your home is destroyed, your entire community is destroyed, there is no water, no electricity, no food supplies, no police, you and others are getting sick and it has been over 12 days and NOT A WORD OR SIGN of any help. This is the reality right now for hundreds of thousands of typhoon victims.

These people have no homes, the roads are blocked, there is no food supply to their area, no water and no electricity. We are talking about ENTIRE towns that, up to this very day, still have corpses scattered about and because they have not been publicized in the media, they have not been prioritized to be given help. 

For the last few days, my friends and I have come together with our network to develop OPERATION AIRDROP. We have been flying out helicopters and delivering relief goods to areas that are too mountainous and roads damaged to reach. Our focus is to deliver food, clothes and survival packages to men, women and especially children that have had ZERO-RELIEF.

When we arrived in some of these areas we discovered that – ABSOLUTELY NOONE HAS REACHED THEM YET EXCEPT US – Many thought they were abandoned to starve and die. These areas have NOT been prioritized – but the damage to the 700 hundred islands where the storm passed is so severe – that the government and international aid is overwhelmed.

We have two hanger bases and relief depot stations set up in the relief zone radius we are targeting and have made arrangements for discounted fuel and free airlifts of goods by plane from Manila to be delivered to our bases.

I ask that you click the following link and Donate. I also ask that you spread the word and ask others to donate. The situation is urgent. You can literally make the difference of saving a life RIGHT NOW. Every mission we can’t make is thousands that will continue to go without food. I BEG THAT YOU PLEASE DO NOT PUSH THIS OFF TO A LATER TIME. The situation is becoming dire by the hour. 

We have setup these donations through a United States 501(c)(3) Non-Profit partner called “ANCOP Foundation USA, Inc.” EIN: 68-0463495. Your donation is tax-deductible. You can learn more about ANCOP through this link: http://www.ancopusa.org/ 

We have setup a website for now which we will upload the mission contentwww.operationairdrop.com
I have also converted one of my facebook pages to host the details of these missions

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