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SM SUPERMALLS LAUNCHES OPERATION TULONG EXPRESS

1 October 2009 One Comment

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IN RESPONSE TO THE URGENT NEED TO ATTEND TO THE PLIGHT OF VICTIMS OF TYPHOON ONDOY, SM SUPERMALLS IN COOPERATION WITH SM FOUNDATION ARE CALLING FOR VOLUNTEERS WHO CAN DONATE THEIR TIME AND EFFORT TO THE CAUSE AND FOR DONATIONS IN CASH OR IN KIND. IT HAS SET UP AN OPERATION TULONG EXPRESS BOOTH IN ALL SM SUPERMALLS NATIONWIDE, ALSO IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE TYPHOON ONDOY RELIEF EFFORTS OF CARITAS MANILA.

DONATE GOODS
THE SM SUPERMALLS TULONG EXPRESS BOOTHS HAVE BEEN SET UP SINCE SEPT. 27 IN SM SUPERMALLS TO ENABLE PEOPLE TO HAVE EASY ACCESS TO DROP OFF THEIR DONATIONS THAT WILL BE FORWARDED TO TYPHOON VICTIMS BY THE SM FOUNDATION AND ITS PARTNER, CARITAS MANILA.

OPERATION TULONG EXPRESS WILL BE ACCEPTING DONATIONS SUCH AS CANNED GOODS, BOTTLED WATER, MEDICINES, CLOTHES, TOWELS, BLANKETS, TOILETRIES, CLEANING MATERIALS THAT WILL GO A LONG WAY IN HELPING OUT THE TYPHOON ONDOY VICTIMS.

CASH DONATIONS CAN BE MADE THROUGH BDO ACCOUNT NUMBER 15000070694

DONATE YOUR TIME

SM MALL GOERS ARE ALSO ENCOURAGED TO SHARE THEIR TIME AND VOLUNTEER!S THOSE WHO ARE INTERESTED CAN GO TO THE OPERATION TULONG EXPRESS BOOTHS IN THE DIFFERENT SM SUPERMALLS TO REGISTER AND INDICATE THE DAY AND TIME WHEN THEY CAN HELP WITH THE DONATION DRIVE.

FOR INQUIRIES, OPERATION TULONG HOTLINES ARE OPEN. INTERESTED PARTIES MAY CALL 508-5670 to 71 OR EMAIL tulong@smsupermalls.com.

YOUR DONATIONS WILL HELP TYPHOON ONDOY VICTIMS REBUILD THEIR LIVES. GO TO YOUR NEAREST SM SUPERMALL NOW AND MAKE A DIFFERENCE.

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  • Gladys Arañez said:

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