Senator San Nicolas Appeals for Donations to Help Haiyan’s Victims in Palau

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Guam – San Micheal San Nicolas has announced an effort to raise funds for the victims of Super Typhoon Haiyan in Palau.

Haiyan first struck  Palau, before the devastation it caused in the central Philippines. The worst hit area of Palau was in the northern state of Kyangel.

Senator San Nicolas has announced that his office is accepting donations, “monetary or otherwise,” which can  may be dropped off at his Office which is located in the main Legislature building in Hagatna.

A release quotes the Senator as saying “While mobilizing to help our Filipino brothers and sisters, we need to also do what we can to extend help to our neighbors in Belau.”

The Senator says he is working the Palau Consul General’s Office to ensure that the aid gets to where it is most needed.

READ the release from Senator San Nicolas below:

Senator San Nicolas Asks Residents to Help Belauan Brothers and Sisters
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
December 3, 2013

Senator Michael F.Q. San Nicolas announced that his office will be accepting donations to aid in the relief efforts for residents of the Republic of Belau affected by Typhoon Haiyan. Nearly a month ago, the storm passed through Micronesia and caused severe damage to parts of Belau, particularly the northern state of Kyangel, before intensifying into a Supertyphoon and causing great devastation in the Philippines. According to the Belau Bureau of Public Health, there were no reported deaths as a result of the storm. However, many homes were destroyed or badly damaged.

“Our brothers and sisters in Belau have also suffered from the recent storm that devastated the Philippines,” said Senator San Nicolas. “While mobilizing to help our Filipino brothers and sisters, we need to also do what we can to extend help to our neighbors in Belau.”

Any donations, monetary or otherwise, may be dropped to the Office of Senator San Nicolas, located in the main Legislature building in Hagatna. Senator San Nicolas will be working with the Belau Consul General’s Office to ensure that the aid gets to where it is most needed.