Help Philippines Typhoon Haiyan survivors via Twitter

The devastating Typhoon Haiyan ripped through the Philippines that left Tacloban as a wasteland, the confirmed number of deaths has reached over 2,300, the death toll is said to be a lot higher as the days go on.

The devastating Philippines Typhoon Haiyan has affected 11-million people, so may countries and organizations are helping the country, China has pledged around $2m to help relief effort, furniture store Ikea has given $2.7m, Japan pledges $10m and Australia is giving $28m the Guardian reports.

It shows that countries will stand side-by-side and help those in need; Japan has kindly offers to send troops, planes and ships as well. The Philippines has hit every single news channel across the world and we would like to add a little more to get awareness out that people can use social networking sites to help.

You can now help the Philippines typhoon 2013 survivors via websites and accompanying Twitter. You can help by visiting Philippine Red Cross and updates can be followed on Twitter @philredcross

Other sites and Twitter hashtags to follow include:
World Food Program USA – Twitter @WFPUSA
Oxfam – Twitter @oxfam
Unicef – Twitter @unicefusa

If you wish to help please visit Reuters who have more ways you can give.

OSM would like to send our prayers to all those who have fell victim to the devastating Typhoon Haiyan. If you wish to leave any messages of compassion please do so below.

Help Philippines Typhoon Haiyan survivors via Twitter