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Fashion Girls, Here’s A Great Way to Help the Victims of Typhoon Ulysses

Singer Jess Connelly is teaming up with fashion brand TOQA to lend a helping hand
The horrors of typhoon season have greatly affected so many of our fellow countrymen and in an action to help, Filipino-Australian popstar Jess Connelly and sustainable high fashion brand TOQA have joined forces in the means of typhoon relief.  TOP STORY: Did You Know? All
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10 Jaw-Dropping Designer Shoes We Spotted in KC Concepcion’s Closet

It's an impressive collection that could rival even Carrie Bradshaw's.
On her latest YouTube vlog, KC Concepcion admits that her love for collecting designer shoes stems from an appreciation for the design and artistry behind each pair. This penchant for high quality artistry encouraged her to build a collection that could rival
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The Lost Bread's New Sweet Corn Ice Cream Is Coming Soon

Plus, your orders will help those affected by Typhoon Ulysses.
Typhoon Ulysses was no ordinary typhoon, triggering massive flooding in some areas and leaving many with destroyed homes (not to mention, taking a number of lives). Among the areas that especially took a hit is Cagayan Valley, and in honor of the
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KC Concepcion Sells Jewelry to Raise Money for Typhoon Ulysses Relief Efforts

She also recently flew to Tuguegarao to help distribute relief goods.
After the onslaught of Typhoon Ulysses in the country, some celebrities have begun using their platforms to gather donations for the survivors. One of them is KC Concepcion, who pledged a portion of proceeds from her jewelry brand Avec Moi to relief efforts
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This Pinay-Made Font Inspired by the Salbabida is Meant to Literally Save Lives

Every purchase will be donated to relief efforts for Typhoon Ulysses victims.
On November 12, several areas around the Philippines were left devastated by massive flooding due to Typhoon Ulysses. Places like Marikina, Rizal, and Cagayan had residents stranded on their roofs fighting for their lives.TOP STORY: Heart Evangelista Shuts Down Netizens Who Told Her She
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Always Have These Emergency Numbers Pinned Where You Can See Them

Have them saved on your phone, too.
Tropical storm Ulysses has devasted parts of Luzon, causing severe flooding in Marikina, Rizal, and Metro Manila, among others. While we all are still bracing for the ongoing effects of this typhoon, as well a few more storms that may enter the
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Did You Know? Kim Jones Auctioned Her Clothes To Help Typhoon Yolanda Victims

She gave away the skirt she wore to her Valentine’s Day date with Jericho Rosales.
Power couple Jericho Rosales and Kim Jones recently made headlines because of their rescue efforts in a flooded subdivision in Marikina. Using their surfboards, the couple waded through flooded streets hoping to help residents trapped in their homes because of Typhoon Ulysses.
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20 Organizations You Can Donate to for Typhoon Ulysses Relief

The typhoon spawned severe flooding.
Ulysses, the third typhoon to hit the country in as many weeks, flooded entire communities and on Thursday, residents of affected areas started surveying their mud-caked homes.If you're looking to donate either in cash or in kind, we came up with a
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Jericho Rosales and Kim Jones Are Helping Rescuers in Marikina Using Surfboards

Due to the lack of available flotation devices, the couple resorted to using their surfboards to help evacuate the residents.
The city of Marikina has been badly hit by the onslaught of typhoon Ulysses in the country. Many residents are currently in need of rescuing because of the heavy flooding. Some have fled to their second floors, while others have already resorted
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For Marikina, It's Not Ondoy All Over Again—It Could Be Worse

Marikina River has officially exceeded the level it reached during the onslaught of Typhoon Ondoy in 2009.
On Wednesday night, November 11, no one in Marikina slept. Howling winds and torrential rains battered almost every corner of Luzon, and in Marikina, the rain collected in the living rooms of thousands of residents. After an endless night of rising water
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Here's Why You Shouldn't Turn Off Those "Annoying" NDRRMC Alerts

Here's why it's actually a good thing.
A series of emergency warnings jolted mobile phones overnight, from storm surge warnings to storm signals due to Typhoon Ulysses (international name: Vamco). Who's behind it? Twitterverse's textmate, the NDRRMC. The government's disaster response council made it to the top trends on Twitter on Wednesday, November 11, as people