Blankets to warm the victims of Typhoon Ulysses.
The muddy road and unexpected re-routing did not stop the Chummy Chum Foundation from reaching out to the victims of the typhoon Ulysses; distributed more than 200 new blankets, polo shirts, and socks to the affected families and households. Toys and sets of coloring books were given to the children. The effort was joined by the devoted partner-donor Ms. Elaine and Ms. Jinky who prepared more than 200 food packs with bottled water, and toys for the children. Brgy. Tumana is one of the most affected barangays in Marikina, and they need help as they have been stuck in a muddy situation after their houses have been wrecked by the devastating typhoon. It is painful to see people run after for relief goods as if they were in the race for a prize. Couldn’t blame them, they have been starving, cold, tired, and restless since the typhoon made them homeless in an instant. Respective barangays have been doing their best to take care of all the victims, but resources, logistics, and time are insufficient to reach all of them. Maly Elementary School, the center for evacuees, relief packages, feeding program, and psychological counseling, where the Chummy Chum team spent half of the day with the victims of typhoon Ulysses.Heavy traffic at the site. Riverbank is closed and not passable. The only access is via Katipunan Road. Despite all the obstacles along the way, nothing can stop a caring and loving heart.