The Ramon Abotiz Foundation Inc. (RAFI) is giving today 3,000 relief packs for the towns of Bantayan, Sta. Fe, and Madridejos in Bantayan island.

Six thousand relief packs would be distributed next in mainland Cebu, particularly the towns of Daanbantayan, Sam Remigio, and Medellin. RAFI would start packing for the second batch today so it could immediately send them to the said towns.

Based on the reports of its assessment teams sent to check on the cities and municipalities of Cebu, RAFI has determined that the northern areas of the province are the ones in dire need of help.

Each pack contains rice (four kilos), sugar (one-half kilo), salt (one-half kilo) noodles (four packs), milk 150-gram pack), bath soap, shampoo (12 pieces), toothbrush (one pack), toothpaste (six pieces), canned goods (two cans), and bottled water.

RAFI is accepting donations for our fellow Cebuanos affected by super typhoon Yolanda.

What is badly needed is bottled water.

Donations could be dropped at the RAFI office along Lopez Jaena St., Parian, Cebu City; or at the Casa Gorordo Museum. RAFI is open anytime to accept all donations.

For those who cannot proceed to RAFI’s office, they can deposit their cash donations in the Ramon Aboitiz Foundation Inc. Unionbank of the Philippines Peso Account No. 0027-8000-3279; or Dollar Account No. 1327-8000-0852.

Those interested to know about RAFI’s ongoing relief operations in Cebu, you can log on to;; Twittter:@rafiorgph; or email

Also, for inquiries and concerns on the RAFI relief operations, you can call 4187234 and look for Edwin Marfil (local 510); or Totits Ocampo (local 204).





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