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DLSU’s Center for Social Action & Concern Releases Guidelines for Typhoon Ruby Relief Efforts

DLSU will conduct calamity relief assistance in partnership with external institutions and groups for Brgy Nena, Municipality of San Julian, and Borongan City, both in Eastern Samar (total of 650 households) and other selected communities that suffered damages due to Typhoon Ruby. Related to this, COSCA would like to remind donors of the following:

For in-campus cash or check donation
Deposit it through the DLSU Cashier. Inform them to credit your donations to the DLSU Relief Fund (Acct # 600-135). Please send one copy of the official receipt to Ms. July Nery, COSCA Development Specialist for Community Health for proper acknowledgement or you can scan the OR and send it via email to july.nery@gmail.com.

For off-campus donation (Peso)
You may go to any UCPB Branch and deposit to:
Account Name: De La Salle University
Account Number: 120-1147119
You may also go to any BDO Branch and deposit to:
Account Name: De La Salle University
Account Number: 004588008272
Please scan the deposit slip and send it via email to july.nery@gmail.com for proper acknowledgement.

For off-campus donation (Dollars)
Account Name: De La Salle University 
Account Number: 01-120-300035-8 Swift Code: UCPBPHMM

Please scan the deposit slip and send it via email to july.nery@gmail.com for proper acknowledgement.

For DLSU STC in-campus cash donation
Send your cash/check donations to the DLSU STC Accounting Office. Inform the Cashier to deposit these to the ALAY KAPWA FUND (Acct# 600-225). They will place a note on your Official Receipt that your donation is for the Relief Fund. You are to be given a white and green official receipt as proof of your donation. Please provide the green copy to Ms. Vivian Corilla, LMO Secretary, to acknowledge your donation. For those donating in check, please make it payable to DE LA SALLE UNIVERSITY.

For web-based donation
Please click on http://ushare.unionbankph.com/dlsu/
From the list of campaigns, please choose the Calamity Relief Activities conducted by COSCA.
Just follow the instructions provided.

You may also click on www.globalgiving.com
On the donor search, type in Philippines Disaster Relief (project # 3916). 
Make sure you choose the Philippine Disaster Relief Project being implemented by De La Salle University.

COSCA temporarily does not accept in-kind donations since the campus has limited space for storage.

For DLSU Manila related inquiries, please contact Mr. Joseph Rosal, Coordinator for Community Engagement, COSCA at 525-4267 or local 147 and via joseph.rosal@dlsu.edu.ph. For DLSU STC related queries, please contact Mr. Mel Oribe, Officer-in-charge, COSCA STC at (049) 554 89 00 local 104 or (049) 554 89 07 and via bromheloh@yahoo.com.

DLSU-STC Libraries hold “TakBook Fun Run” | November 10, 2013

THE DLSU SCIENCE and Technology Complex (DLSU-STC) Libraries, in partnership with the Philippine Librarians Association, Inc. – Southern Tagalog Regional Council (PLAI-STRLC), would like to invite the community to take part in “TakBook – One Million and Counting…: Book Drive for Victims of Calamities”, a fun-run with a cause in line with the celebration of the National Book Month and the Library and Information Science Month this November 2013.

TakBook aims to donate books and other instructional materials to libraries badly affected by calamities in the Southern Tagalog Region, Zamboanga, Cebu, and Bohol. It will be held simultaneously in the provinces of Cavite, Laguna, Batangas, Rizal, and Quezon on 10 November 2013, Sunday at 06:00am. The DLSU-STC Libraries is the host institution for the province of Laguna.

DLSU accepts donations for One Lasalle Relief

AN INTENSITY 7.2 earthquake shook the municipality of Carmen in Bohol province 8:00 morning of October 15, 2013. As of 2:00pm, a total of 19 aftershocks were recorded by Philvolcs along Carmen and Tagbilaran City. Parts of Cebu City also felt the brunt of the tremors. Both public and private aid agencies have still yet to determine the extent of devastation on the infrastructure and its effects on the residents.

Nevertheless, we are issuing this call for Lasallians to extend assistance to the survivors of this disaster incident. Donations of cash and check will be appreciated since we are still finalizing the details of the One Lasalle Relief effort to be led by the De La Salle Philippines (DLSP).

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