The One for Iligan volunteers composed of concerned Iliganons and Iligan Bloggers, Inc. went to Purok 9A in Bayug in the morning and to Proper Hinaplanon in the afternoon to give out free medical services, food and clothing for Sendong affected residents in the mentioned areas.
Calda Pizza, One for Iligan headquarters
Jeddy Andam, Lisa Mirasol and Jason Bunayo getting ready to go to Bayug and Hinaplanon.
List of medicines and other medical stuff for the victims of Sendong in Bayug and Hinaplanon.
Lisa Mirasol also known as PinayTravelista is excited to work as nurse for the Sendong victims.
Clothes for the Sendong affected Iliganons in Purok 9A Bayug and and Kabugason Hinaplanon.
We brought about 800 packs of clothing, and same number of mealboxes.
Ayah of Lilpink volunteered for One for Iligan.
Loading the used clothing for Bayug Sendong victims.
Ready to go to Purok 9A in Bayug.
The headquarters of this One for Iligan team initiated by Iligan Bloggers, Inc. is at Calda Pizza. Thanks to Calda management!
Purok 9A, Bayug
A volunteer nurse dressing the wound hit by a log during the flooding.
Volunteer nurses and nursing students checking the blood pressure of residents from Purok 9A.
Rodney Santos, a One for Iligan volunteer wearing the help campaign shirt. Zammi Prints and Shirts sells this shirt. You may also contact Ray Roullo Venenoso to order. This shirt is P250 each, and P100 or all of it will go to the Sendong victims.
Mothers with their babies taking advantage of the free medical service offered by One for Iligan volunteers.
During the distribution of relief goods, 4 year old Zachary cried because he was expecting toys to be handed out.
This is my friend signing up to avail of the free relief goods.
Ms. Gina Cruz, the first lady of Iligan City also happens to be in Purok 9A to give out free food and clothing
Children at Purok 9A residents.
Neupoda residents still partially submerged at ankle deep mud.
Jacko’s Kan-anan is the team behind in the cooking of food for the victims in Bayug and Hinaplanon.
Residents and refugees at Hinaplanon.
Receiving their pack of clothes.
These kids are eating their meal, not sure if this is their snack or dinner, while a hungry pup waiting for his own share.
Some evacuees are seldom delivered by relief goods.
This woman had to be carried on the back. She got injured during the flood.
The woman, partially covered had been advised to go to the hospital for further treatment.
This man has a fever.
Pablito Hubernabas, an Ilonggo native who now lives in Kabugason, Hinaplanon wants his children to know that he is generally fine.
Kabugason residents are still smiling despite the huge devastation in Hinaplanon.
The One for Iligan team are enjoying the 36″ Calda Pizza, a nice treat from Vice Mayor Henry Dy.