21/12/2014 09:50:14 Free Membership Login

Typhoon Sendong : LBC Donation Drop Off Centers

For those who plan to drop off donations at LBC, here are some rules posted on their Facebook page:

http://www.facebook.com/pages/LBC-Foundation/255449267840802

“Please allow us to clarify some important notes:

1. ALL domestic and international LBC branches will serve as DROP-OFF centers for your donations.

2. We will accept old and used clothing, blankets, mats, non-perishable food, medicines, hygiene kits, toiletries and other items most needed.

3. WATER is also welcome as it is a priority. BUT this will only be accepted in our branches in the PHILIPPINES.

4. All LIQUID items including water will be shipped by SEA to the affected areas because of airline restrictions and security reasons. This means it will take a little longer to reach the destination depending on the sailing dates of our partner shipping lines. From the time of acceptance, it could take anywhere between 3 days to a maximum of 6 days. Rest assured we are getting it there in the fasted possible way.

I hope this clears up much of the confusion. Please do bear with us if we cannot answer all your questions here in Facebook and on Twitter because we are also working very hard behind the scenes in the sorting, packing and forwarding of the items, as well as coordinating with our partners NGOs in the areas. For any other inquiries, you may call 8585-999.

We thank you for all your support and your generosity. With the Filipinos’ bayanihan spirit, we can help make this Christmas season a little brighter for our brothers and sisters in CDO, Iligan and Dumaguete.”

Comments

  1. Hi!

    Kindly add the following please as donation drop-off sites:

    Robinsons Galleria: Information Booth near the EDSA mall entrance, Level 1
    Robinsons Place Manila: Information Booth near the Sta. Monica mall entrance
    Robinsons Metro East: Donation Booth, Lower Ground, near the supermarket

    We are accepting donations such as:
    FOOD ITEMS: rice, noodles, canned goods, sugar, iodized salt, monggo beans, potable water or MEDICINE: paracetamol, antibiotics, ana;gesics, oral rehydration salts, multivitamins and medications to treat diarrheal diseases and NON-FOOD ITEMS: bath soaps, towels, shampoo, toothbrush, toothpaste, plastic mats, blankets, mosquito nets, water containers and laundry soaps.

    We will be accepting donations during mall hours from December 23-30, 2011 from 10AM to 9PM.

    Thank you!

  2. im from san carlos city negros occidental. I would like to donate heartily just a box of bottled water but the branch will not accept it coz they are only accepting goods. I read your guidelines carefully and it states that you will only accept water from the philippines but not abroad. how come your branch here in our city is not accepting my humble donation?

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