Our mission is to directly support communities in the Philippines disproportionately impacted by disasters by fundraising and advocating for relief, recovery, and rehabilitation and environmental justice.


The Disaster Support Network for the Philippines is a community of organizations and individuals that formed on November 23, 2013 as part of the larger National Taskforce Haiyan. Following the disastrous super typhoon, we were moved by compassion to extend support and solidarity to the communities in the Philippines’ devastated areas based on what they determine as their priorities and needs.


Collectively, we have been able to raise more than $15,000 for those affected through school fundraisers, community bake sales, dinners, E-waste drives, garage sales, comedy nights, and much more. Members of our Taskforce have also participated in solidarity and health missions in the Philippines.


Visit our former website for more content: SOUTH BAY TASKFORCE HAIYAN 


Please consider donating to current relief and long-term rehabilitation efforts through our partner, the National Alliance for Filipino Concerns (NAFCON), a 501(c)(3) organization (Tax ID #: 45-4128737). To donate online or to learn more about where your money will go, visit NAFCON’s website: nafconusa.org
We are also accepting any monetary donations directly to our Taskforce. As a grassroots initiative, we rely on the broader South Bay community to keep our work going.

Donations will be coursed through the Filipino Youth Coalition (FYC) of San Jose, a local 501(c)(3) organization (Tax ID#: 77-0382046). Checks can be made payable to “Filipino Youth Coalition – SBTFH” and mailed to 3661 Tronson Court San Jose, CA 95132.

Please specify in the memo that the donation will be made to South Bay Taskforce Haiyan.Finally, we’d love for you to be a part of DSNP! We meet every second Sunday of the month at Tully Library (880 Tully Rd., San Jose, CA 95111). We have a lot of exciting events planned for the coming months and are always looking for more help!

For more information, please contact our lead coordinator, Julian Jaravata, at 360-930-2431, or at jmjaravata@gmail.com.