2nd Batch Yolanda Relief: Camotes Island

Psychology Volunteers on Bikes represented by core members Daryl Mishka Watin, Monica Gloria Manluluyo and Edna Lee went to Camotes Island to distribute our second batch of relief goods donated by our generous friends.

Our Donors:

A family from Toronto, Canada
Bas Dekker & Friends, The Netherlands
Misa Eguchi Imai & Family, Japan
Friends of Mayflower Inn, The Netherlands
Friends of Mayflower Inn, France
Watin Family
Zed Lee & Jane Melgar
Brotherhood of Christian Businessmen and Professionals (BCBP) South Chapter

Parents, teachers, and children of Young Ladies Association of Charity (YLAC) Free School
Dr. Liz Regner
Nilda & Vidal Correa
Emilda Acero
Naty Navarro Flores
Jane Melgar
Zed Lee
Jade Castanos
Residents of Alicia Residences, Banilad
Mishka Watin
Maricar Blanco

Edgar Acero
Erlinda Acero
Malou & Alyssa Monsanto Yang Yang
Dr. George Garcia
Anonymous Friend 1
Anonymous Friend 2

Many thanks too to the following people for sharing their time and effort, and VOLUNTEERING with us to pack the goods collected:
Sybil Acero
Carmel Acero
Edgar Acero
Emilda Acero
Estrella Acero
Cherry Mae Correa
Rodelle Belluga
Christine Solon
Cebu Vintage Bicycle Club – Global

We visited three puroks — Purok Sungkayao, Barangay Santiago; Purok Bastian, Barangay Sunog; and Purok Kan-inseng, Barangay South Poblacion — and distributed clothes, food, and medicines.

We would like to thank TIGRA (Transnational Institute for Grassroots Research and Action, USA) for paying for the ferry transfers of the truck; MUM Construction for the use of their truck, and Yie Ru of Hualien, Hualian Permaculture Group, Taiwan for the logistics support: island transfers & volunteer accommodations.

Relief goods ready to be transported to Camotes Island

Melissa Gibson of TIGRA (Transnational Institute for Grassroots Research and Action) handing out medicine packs

Volunteers ready to go back to Cebu City