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Already donated to the Philippines typhoon appeal? Here are 6 other ways you can help

Posted by Richard Casson Digital producer and campaigner

13th Nov 2013

The response we've had to the Philippines typhoon has been phenomenal so far, but we've also had a number of you get in touch asking if you can do anything else after donating.

Here are a few other ways you can help. And if you've got any further ideas, we'd love to hear from you, so please leave a comment below.

1. Email your friends and family

On Monday we put together a short video about the Philipines typhoon appeal. If you've got a spare 30 seconds, copy and paste this YouTube link - - and email it to 5 of your friends and family.

2. Spread the word on Facebook

The Disasters Emergency Committee has made a few banners for Facebook - here's one banner and here's another. Log into Facebook before you click the links, and then hit SHARE.

3. If you're on Twitter...

Follow @oxfamgb on Twitter for all the latest on our emergency response work, including updates from our team on the ground.

4. Got a Nectar card?

Visit the Nectar website to find out how you can donate you Nectar points to Oxfam's Philippines Typhoon Appeal.

5. Put up a poster in your window

We've made a few posters for the appeal - see the downloadable resources section on this page for a full list. And if you scroll down the page, there's also an order form where you can request a full pack containing a fundraising guide, posters, stickers, a banner, and a card collection box.

6. Join a fundraising event near you

There are several Oxfam groups around the UK already putting plans in place to run fundraising events, all raising money for the Philippines appeal. If you'd like to find out what's happening near you, then just get in contact with one of our regional fundraising managers.

Thank you, once again, for everything that you do.

Blog post written by Richard Casson

Digital producer and campaigner

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