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Posted 11/18/13
Even Japan is still working out donation fund mismanagement from the tsunami 3 years ago.
This always happens , with the whole world watching- anyone caught ripping off victims will face the heat.
You can't control other people, just make your own actions an example.
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Posted 11/19/13
I really like this campaign, I hope all the money will help the cause. And y'all beware about the government because they're corrupt and they might use the money y'all raised elsewhere. Just for the heads up!
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I just wanted to thank all of those who have donated/sent thoughts to the people of the Philippines. As I read over the news, I was really disappointed on how slow of a response that us American citizens are portraying when they've heard of the devastating typhoon. Even though, yes, the money donated might go somewhere it shouldn't go, it's the action that's driving the people of the Philippines to recover. It's knowing that there are people, like you guys and other countries that have aided this country, that actually do care about a developing country like theirs is what's motivating those people to fight and survive this disaster. What I've discovered when I traveled there long ago is that nothing can defeat the spirit of the people there- they just have this uncanny ability to never be truly shaken from disasters or turmoil such as the typhoon and to never give up. And again, it's thanks to you guys that they are able to keep that spirit alive.

For that ... A thank you is never enough, but that's all I can say. Thank you from me, my family, and from the Filipino people.
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Posted 11/21/13

Greedy_Pig wrote: I was really disappointed on how slow of a response that us American citizens are portraying when they've heard of the devastating typhoon.


Seems pretty quick to me. It's only been what, two weeks? A lot has been getting organized and done in that time. I'm once again not disappointed in the traditionally impressive charity of American citizens. Whether it be earthquake in Haiti, tsunami in Japan, typhoon in the Philippines, or hurricane in the US itself.

As this goes on, I can only see a lot more experience being gained for smoothly running global aid with modern distribution.
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Posted 11/24/13
where was i didnt even knew such a thing occord dont watch the news im a spiritualist and the ultimate anime fan
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Posted 11/25/13
100% of donations through NAFCON will go to relief and rebuilding efforts in even the more neglected areas of the Philippines.
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Posted 11/28/13 , edited 11/28/13
We just hope that the Phillipines are feeling better.
Happy Holidays to the Phillipines, Haiyan, and the whole .
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Posted 11/28/13
I am praying for my family over there... They need all the help they can get.
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Posted 11/29/13
thing is i know money is important to you guys but when times like this happens no arguements please.. lets donate what we can and no question asked i know the government is a scam in the philippines but hey im a filipino too but i dont care about governments i care about people who got hit by the typhoon. so please lets help them to what we have. thank you
Posted 12/6/13
Why haven't I seen before? Thank you so much for helping my country! My heart is touched and my faith in humanity is restored. <3
The only thing that I do not like is my government. The corruption continues. It's saddening and sickening at the same time. :c
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Posted 12/30/13
actually i want to help the victim of the typhoon Yolanda in philippines but i dont trust the corrupt government...u know that money is just going to end up in their bank account so its better if u buy goods and give it to them
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