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Landers Superstore extends aid to Odette-hit communities

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Typhoon “Odette” flooded the Visayas area and parts of Northern Mindanao overnight, forcing tens of thousands to flee from their homes a week before Christmas.

With hundreds of families affected and communities displaced, Landers Superstore and the Philippine Army together with Deca Homes have launched a donation drive to help the victims of the typhoon.

Landers members and non-members can donate non-perishable items such as drinking water, hygiene kits, clean wearable clothes, pillows, blankets and more at any Landers branches.

Members can also purchase goods for donation through www.landers.ph/help-vismin and use the voucher code HELPVISMIN to tag it as a donation so shopper’s and delivery fees will be waived.

These donations will be picked up and distributed by the Philippine Army to areas devastated by typhoon “Odette.”

Cash donations can be sent via onevoicepilipinas.landers.ph. All proceeds will be used to secure relief goods for families affected by typhoon “Odette.”

To date, the total donations received by Landers and the Philippine Army is at P12.5 million including P5 million from Deca Homes, its partner for the donation drive.

Aside from its call for donations, Landers also offers free tap water for affected families at the Grand Convention Center of Cebu between 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily.

Visit Landers Superstore to shop and drop off your in-kind donations at Landers Alabang West — Daang Hari Road, Almanza Dos, Las Piñas City; Landers BGC Uptown – 9th Ave cor. 36th St., Bonifacio Global City, Taguig; Landers ArcoVia City — 99 Eulogio Rodriguez Jr. Ave, Pasig; Landers Balintawak — 1240 EDSA Balintawak, Apolonio Samson, Quezon City; Landers Otis – 1890 Paz Guazon St., Paco, Manila or at Landers Cebu — 23 Minore Park, Cardinal Rosales Ave. cor. Pope John Paul II Ave., Cebu.

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