The United States Fund for UNICEF is helping children and their families in the Philippines receive shelter, clean water, nutrition, and vaccines. UNICEF’s emergency response can be supported online or by calling 1-800-367-5437. You can donate directly to UNICEF in the Philippines, under Soshified’s “#WishesForPH” project on Crowdrise (only credit cards accepted).  Soshified is also accepting donations for the Philippines on Paypal. A webpage for Soshified’s “WishesForPH” project can be found at wish.soshified.com.

A tropical country made up of more than 7,100 volcanic islands, the Philippines is hit by an average of 19 typhoons a year. In addition, it is vulnerable to earthquakes, tsunamis, flooding, and landslides. Ongoing conflict in some areas also puts children’s lives at risk.

Super Typhoon Haiyan, also known as “Yolanda”, hit the Philippines with wind speeds up to 235 mph. Before any cyclone is dubbed Category 5, it must have at least 156 mph wind speeds.

Haiyan has far exceeded that minimum requirement.

The super typhoon followed on the heels of a 7.2 earthquake that devastated the Philippines a few weeks before, leaving more than 195 dead, over 50,000 homes destroyed, and 350,000 displaced. Now, two days after Haiyan first landed, more than 10,000 have been killed and over 600,000 have been displaced.

Google Person Finder has launched a page to help find missing persons in the aftermath of the storm. Google Crisis Map is also providing additional evacuation and relief information. Sharing these sites as well will further aid the victims of this latest super typhoon.

Imagine if all of your friends donated just one bottle of water each. How many friends do you have on Facebook — and how many bottles of water would you get if every single one of them made a donation?

Join Soshified in sending aid to the Philippines, a country that would surely do the same for any other nation if the tables were turned. Besides making a donation, you can help Soshified trend #WishesForPH on Twitter to spread the word about the Philippines’ predicament and support global relief efforts. As “SONE” means “wish” in Korean, the project name and hashtag represent the generosity and efforts of SONEs for the Philippines.

With the holiday season just around the corner, the season of giving is upon us — help Soshified show the Philippines how much we care.

미국 유니세프 단체에서는 필리핀에 거주하고 있는 아이들과 가족들을 위해서 대피소, 식수, 영양분과 예방접종 주사를 맞을수 있도록 도움을 주고 있습니다. 유니세프의 응급후원은 온라인이나 전화로 (1-800-367-5437) 도와주실 수 있습니다. 유니세프에 직접적으로 후원금을 보내고 싶으시다면 Crowdrise (크래딧 카드만 허용)를 통해 저희 소시파이드에서 진행하는 #WishesForPH 프로젝트에 지금 참여하실 수 있습니다. 소시파이드 Paypal을 통해서도 참여하실 수 있습니다. 자세한 내용은 여기서 보실 수 있습니다.

몇주전 찾아온 태풍 하이옌은, 7.2 강도의 지진과 함께 필리핀에 거주하고 있는 모든 주민을 절망에 빠트리면서, 당일, 195명의 사망자와, 5만채의 집, 3만5천명의 난민피해자가 발생했습니다. 이틀이 지난 지금 현재, 1만명의 사망자와 60만명의 난민이 발생됬다고 보고되었습니다.

지금 소시파이드와 함께 필리핀에 후원금을 보내는 일에 참여하십시오. 또한, 후원금을 보내는 동시에 소시파이드에서 진행하는 #WishesforPH 트위터 트랜딩 프로젝트에 참여해서 지금 필리핀에서 일어나는 일들에 대해서 전세계 사람들이 알고, 또 그들을 후원하는데 동참할 수 있도록 도와 주십시오.