You can help! Gatewood Elementary students hope you will join them in giving to typhoon survivors

Typhoon survivors in the Philippines have a long recovery ahead – and your help can make a big difference. Young West Seattleites are helping too, including students at Gatewood Elementary, whose message to us – which is a message to you, too – was shared (along with the photo) by teacher Darren Radu:

We are 4th and 5th grade students of Team Mt. Si at Gatewood Elementary. We know that a lot of people in West Seattle are already helping people displaced in the Philippines, and we wanted to do something to help too. We held a drive for first aid kits, personal hygiene products, and nonperishable food, and were able to deliver a couple hundred items to the Filipino Center of Seattle on Saturday.

When our teacher dropped off our items, the rep there said that they’re still in need of more donations in order to completely fill a shipping container before they can send it (there’s currently enough for about half the container). We’re hoping you can help us get the word out to West Seattle families who haven’t had a chance to contribute yet. There’s a link below for how to donate, and what kind of items will help.

Thank you!
Team Mt. Si

From the Filipino Community of Seattle:

Immediate need for personal hygiene products, nonperishable food items, and first-aid kits.

· Cash donations can be mailed or dropped off at the center: 5740 MLK Way, Seattle 98118
· At Wells Fargo – Account #5612975465 RTN#125008547
· Click here to donate online
· FCS will arrange for a 20’ container to ship collected relief goods

2 Replies to "You can help! Gatewood Elementary students hope you will join them in giving to typhoon survivors"

  • LP3 November 25, 2013 (10:36 am)

    Yeah! Way to go, Team Mt. Si!

  • GWmom November 25, 2013 (8:15 pm)

    Team Mt. Si is awesome! Thank you Mr. Radu and Ms. Moran for encouraging our kiddos to have a positive effect on their world.

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