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Mon, 28 Sep 2009
HELP FOR THE CHILDREN OF MANILA, FROM SELIGOR'S CASTLE


SELIGOR'S CASTLE PRESENTS
A PAGE FULL OF TINY NURSERY RHYMES
 FOR THE VERY YOUNG

Millions of massive raindrops have fallen on the ground;
They have danced on the house-tops, They have hiden in the ground.
They were liquid-like musicians, with anything for keys,
Beating tunes upon the windows, keeping time upon the trees.


SAD TO SAY THIS WAS NOT SUCH A NICE RHYME FOR THE CHILDREN OF THE PHILIPPINES, AND SO.....


Before I begin  I should like to say how sad I am for all the Children made homeless by the terrible floods in Manila, if you can't spare any money, which I am sure we are all finding it a bit of a squeeze with this recession. Clothes, especially chldrens clothes will be so appreciated. The money can build new houses and help rebuild the destroyed homes and other buildings.
I am sure that most of the big named Charity Shops here is a list of what aid relief they need, this list Is fron online at the Red Cross.

Most urgent needs from the Red Cross
www.RedCross.org.uk/Prepare

Food items: Rice, noodles, canned goods, sugar, iodized salt, cooking oil, monggo beans and potable water

Medicines: Paracetamol, antibiotics, analgesic, oral rehydration salts, multivitamins and medications to treat diarrheal diseases

Non-food items: Bath soaps, face towels, shampoo, toothbrush, toothpaste, plastic mats, blankets, mosquito nets, jerry cans, water containers, water purification tablets, plastic sheetings, and Laundry soap

Rehabilitation Programs: Shelter materials for house repair

Survivors in Marikina City (28 September
2009)
In Manila, there is a thick coating of mud over everything the flood submerged
The storm, known locally as ‘Ondoy’, has left 86 dead and 32 missing. Over 430,000 people have been affected, with more than 115,000 of them in evacuation centres as of 28 September 2009. These figures are expected to rise as search and rescue efforts expand.


On asking around the web sites, I have found that most of the British Charity Shops and Agencys, will have the right way to go about sending these items to the Philippines without them ending up somewhere they shouldn't be.

Dorothy Milnes-Simm aka Seligor, Diddilydeedot, Dr Do-Diddily, and Dodie.

Posted 12:06

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