Taal Volcano Eruption 2020_Photo courtesy of Domcar Lagto

Taal Volcano Eruption 2020 (Photo courtesy of Domcar Lagto)

Here’s A List of Drop-Off Points For Taal Eruption 2020 Relief

Here’s how you can send donations for Taal Eruption evacuees

Filipinos, especially those in Southern Luzon, were disrupted on Sunday noon after one of the world’s smallest volcanoes, the Taal Volcano, suddenly erupted. According to the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (PHIVOLCS), Taal Volcano had a phreatic or steam-blast eruption that occurs when magma or hot rocks heat the surface water or groundwater. Around 2 in the afternoon, Taal Volcano began spewing volcanic ashes. A few hours later, the status of the Taal volcano was raised to Alert Level 4 which means that a hazardous explosive eruption may occur in the next hours or days. According to netizens, ashfall was also experienced in other parts of Cavite, as well as in Laguna, Antipolo, Metro Manila, and La Union.

Because of this unfortunate event, people living within the 14-km zone had to evacuate as soon as possible. There are currently more than 10,000 evacuees in 56 active evacuation centers. With that said, organizations are seeking help and donations to help those people affected by the Taal Volcano’s eruption.

Where to Send Your Donations?

Below is a list of drop-off points where you can send your donations for the Taal Eruption 2020 evacuees.

Batangas Provincial Government


Alfonso, Cavite Provincial Government

CURRENT UPDATE:Due to the continuous increase of evacuees coming to Alfonso from Batangas. We are asking for support…

Geplaatst door Randy Salamat op Zondag 12 januari 2020

Philippine Red Cross – Cavite

We need your help…

Geplaatst door Philippine Red Cross – Cavite Chapter op Zondag 12 januari 2020

Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) IV-A

#TaalVolcano Relief OperationsIf you want to help the affected families of the Taal Volcano eruption, you may donate…

Geplaatst door DSWD Region IV-A op Zondag 12 januari 2020

University of the Philippines

The University of the Philippines put up donation centers at several campuses to accept donations and relief goods for the victims of Taal Eruption.

St. Dominic College of Asia 

CALLING FOR DONATIONSSt. Dominic College of Asia will be visiting evacuation centers in Batangas to give help to our…

Geplaatst door St. Dominic College of Asia op Zondag 12 januari 2020

Victory Church Molino 

In light of the current activity of Taal volcano, residents from the town are seeking safety to Alfonso, Cavite. The…

Geplaatst door Victory Molino op Zondag 12 januari 2020

Victory Church Dasmariñas

Let us be God’s hands and feet to our fellowmen in this time of great need.

Geplaatst door Victory Dasmariñas op Zondag 12 januari 2020

University of Batangas

#UBianADVISORY: The University of Batangas Community Extension Services is now accepting voluntary contributions and…

Geplaatst door University of Batangas op Zondag 12 januari 2020

Caritas Manila

Rotaract Clubs of Rotary International District 3800

The Rotaract Clubs of Rotary International District 3800 is organizing a massive District-wide Donation Drive for the…

Geplaatst door Rotaract Clubs of Rotary International District 3800 op Zondag 12 januari 2020


PUP Sociology Society

De La Salle Lipa

Inquirer Foundation Corporation

Philippine Red Cross – Laguna Chapter

San Beda College Alabang Institutional Community Involvement Center

Your School of Law Government calls for donations of food, towels, clothes, blankets and toiletries for the affected…

Geplaatst door SBCA School of Law Government op Zondag 12 januari 2020


Landers now accepts relief goods donation at the membership counters of any of our Metro Manila stores: Balintawak,…

Geplaatst door Landers Superstore op Maandag 13 januari 2020

Operation Blessing

Thousands of residents from Talisay and other towns in Batangas are currently facing forced evacuation due to Taal…

Geplaatst door Operation Blessing Foundation Philippines op Maandag 13 januari 2020

Lyceum Supreme Student Council Laguna

SM Supermalls

#SMAnnouncements: SM Supermalls, together with SM Cares, SM Foundation, Inc., and Philippine National Red Cross, lend…

Geplaatst door SM Supermalls op Maandag 13 januari 2020

PAWS (Philippine Animal Welfare Society)

HELP THE ANIMALS OF TAAL (updated)The animals around Taal volcano need your help. After today’s assessment by the PAWS…

Geplaatst door Philippine Animal Welfare Society (PAWS) op Maandag 13 januari 2020


Commercenter Alabang is accepting donations in-kind for those affected by the Taal Volcanic Eruptions.You may drop off…

Geplaatst door Commercenter op Maandag 13 januari 2020

RMN Foundation Inc.,

Together, let’s help the affected families of Taal Volcanic Eruption. You may drop off in-kind donations at:I. RMN…

Geplaatst door RMN Foundation op Maandag 13 januari 2020

What to Donate?

Our kababayans are currently in need of the following:

  • Face masks
  • Bigas
  • Food (Instant/cup noodles, Canned goods, Biscuits)
  • 3-in-1 coffee sachets
  • Candles
  • Bottled water
  • Clothes
  • Slippers
  • Towels
  • Face towels
  • Sleeping mats
  • Blankets
  • Hygiene Kit (Toothbrushes, Toothpaste, Soap, Shampoo, Sanitary Napkins, Diapers)
  • Cleaning materials
  • Medicine
  • Dog & Cat food (PAWS & PETA Asia)
  • Leashes & Collars (PAWS & PETA Asia)
  • Cow feed & Chicken feed (PAWS)

You may opt to donate in-kind or monetary. Visit the social media post of each drop-off points to see the specific items they are accepting for donations.

Looking For Volunteers

DSWD is currently in need of volunteers for repacking of goods starting on January 14, 8 AM at DSWD Field Office IV-A Warehouse, Brgy. Gregoria de Jesus, GMA, Cavite (in front of Barangay Hall)  OR National Resource Operations Center, Chapel Road, Pasay City. 

#TaalVolcano Relief OperationsWe are in need of volunteers for the repacking of goods for the affected families of the…

Geplaatst door DSWD Region IV-A op Zondag 12 januari 2020

Stay updated. Keep the following hotlines on hand in case of an emergency.

  • National Emergency Hotline – 911
  • Philippine National Police – 117
  • PHIVOLCS – (02) 8426-1468 to 79
  • Philippine Red Cross – 143 or (02) 8790-2300
  • Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP) – (02) 8426-0246
  • National Disaster Risk Reduction And Management Council  – (02) 8911-5061 to 65 local 100

**Featured photo courtesy of Domcar Lagto

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