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Celebrities Step Up to Help Yolanda Victims

Follow your fave celebs' social media accounts to help out victims of Typhoon Yolanda!

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Do Your Part: Help Victims of Typhoon Yolanda!

Some of our fave celebs are using their influence to help victims of Typhoon Yolanda by utilizing their public Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook accounts to disseminate information. To help out and do your part, follow their social media accounts so you can pitch in!

Anne Curtis held a garage sale yesterday at Market! Market! called “sANNEday Garage Sale” to raise funds to be donated to victims of Typhoon Yolanda. Follow her twitter account (@annecurtissmith) for updates!

Divine Lee joins the TV5 Telethon with fellow channel 5 stars Sharon Cuneta and Ogie Alcasid. They raised P21M in less than two hours last night. Click here to help.

Divine is also doing a personal online garage sale here: All proceeds will go to the victims of Typhoon Yolanda.

KC Concepcion, Angel Locsin, and Bianca Gonzalez utilized their Instagram and Twitter accounts to disseminate information.

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Bianca joined the Sagip Kapamilya Hotline today. For inquiries and donations, call 411-0013 to 15 or 411-0182 to 83.

KC also lends a hand via Victory Church. She posted the donation link on her Instagram account.

Richard Gomez joins forces with wife Lucy Torres-Gomez to raise funds for Ormoc. Here's how you can help.

Kris Aquino made a generous donation too!

Daphne Oseña-Paez, TV host and UNICEF Special Advocate for children, has been posting ways to reach out. Follow @daphneop on Instagram for account numbers you can use for donations.

Calling all Canadian-Filipino citizens! Daphne, who is a dual Fil-Can citizen, also informed us that the Canadian government is matching private donations done via Canadian charities. For every dollar donated, the Canadian government will add another dollar.

Hollywood celebs and personalities like Rihanna, Christina Aguilera, Selena Gomez, Ryan Seacrest, Jessica Sanchez,  Patrick J. Adams, Nina Garcia, Anderson Cooper, George Clooney, and more have expressed their concern for the Philippines over Twitter and Facebook, and are urging their fans to donate.

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