Typhoon 2

Typhoon fundraising efforts prove to be real lifesavers

Dorset Echo: DONATIONS: The coffee morning at St Paul’s Community Hall, Weymouth

10:08am Monday 16th December 2013

HUNDREDS of families in the Philippines are putting their lives back together thanks to readers of the Dorset Echo.

Still time to contribute to the Philippines typhoon appeal

Dorset Echo: GOOD DEED: The Rev David Morgan, right, with Radipole United Reformed Church parishioners who raised hundreds for the typhoon appeal

10:00am Monday 9th December 2013

TODAY is the final day of the Echo-backed Philippines Typhoon Appeal.

You can still help typhoon victims

Dorset Echo: OUCH! John Fioiri gets his legs waxed for the appea

3:00pm Saturday 7th December 2013

TIME is running out to dig deep and donate to the Philippines Typhoon appeal, as all contributions must be sent in by Monday.

Generous Echo readers raise funds for the Philippines Typhoon Appeal

Dorset Echo: Dorset web button

10:37am Tuesday 3rd December 2013

KIND-HEARTED Echo readers have dug deep and helped raise more than £5,000 for the Philippines Typhoon Appeal.

Bank staff raise £500 for Philippines victims

Dorset Echo: Staff at the Halifax Building Society in Weymouth held a cake staff and raffle for the typhoon appeal

10:00am Saturday 30th November 2013

A WEYMOUTH bank branch has raised more than £500 for victims of the devastating Philippines disaster and is the latest business to back the Echo Typhoon appeal.

Weymouth youngster enlists pals for fancy dress run fundraiser for Echo's Typhoon Appeal

Dorset Echo: JUMP TO IT: Sam Burton, Liam Howlett, Harry Baker, Toby Diment-Aylott and Ben Lerpiniere-Rymes

10:50am Friday 29th November 2013

A CHARITY-minded Wyke Regis youngster has enlisted his friends and siblings to run in fancy dress to raise money for the Echo’s Typhoon Appeal.

TYPHOON APPEAL: Dorchester cafe raises more than £1k and its boss John Fiori has his legs waxed

Dorset Echo: PEEL APPEAL: John Fiori gets his legs waxed

11:26am Tuesday 26th November 2013

THE OWNER of Dorchester’s Horse with the Red Umbrella was full of praise for his staff and customers as he handed over a four-figure sum for the Echo’s Typhoon Appeal.

Echo readers help Echo typhoon appeal raise nearly £13k

Dorset Echo: TRAGEDY: A Philippines Air Force crew member carries a baby who survived Typhoon Haiyan to an evacuation flight

10:29am Friday 22nd November 2013

GENEROUS Echo readers have helped us raise almost £13,000 for the victims of the Philippines typhoon.

Please keep giving to typhoon victims

Dorset Echo: RELIEF WORK: Filipino police officers and soldiers unload relief goods for Typhoon Haiyan

10:43am Thursday 21st November 2013

A FILIPINO woman who has lived in Dorset for 43 years says she has been overwhelmed by people’s generosity following Typhoon Haiyan.

Dorchester students get baking to help typhoon-stricken Filipinos

Dorset Echo: The fundraising students at Thomas Hardye

6:00am Wednesday 20th November 2013

STUDENTS in Dorchester have responded after seeing the terrible effects of Typhoon Haiyan on the lives of people in the Philippines.

Echo readers raising cash for Philippines Typhoon Appeal

Dorset Echo: THANKS: Hope URC members present the cheque to Ian Brooke for the Shelterbox appeal at Asda

5:00am Tuesday 19th November 2013

DORSET Echo readers are continuing to give generously to our Philippines Typhoon Appeal.

Thousands raised for the Philippines typhoon disaster appeal

Dorset Echo: COLLECTION: Melcombe Regis and Harbourside Rotary club members Martin Fielding, Rosie Sherratt, Ian Brooke and Allison Green with a Shelterbox at  Asda in Weymouth

5:00am Monday 18th November 2013

PEOPLE in Dorset are continuing to give generously to help survivors of the Philippines typhoon disaster.

Over £1k raised for typhoon victims by Echo readers

Dorset Echo: TOUGH TIMES: Typhoon survivors wait for the first evacuation flight of the day at the airport in Tacloban

8:00am Saturday 16th November 2013

DORSET Echo readers have raised more than £1,000 in the first few days of our appeal to help the victims of the Philippines typhoon disaster.

Weymouth and Dorchester communities show support for victims of Philippines typhoon

Dorset Echo: BE GENEROUS: Dorchester Rotary Club members John Adams, Rowland Cornell, Don Ireland, Pat Bailey and Les Fry collecting in South Street

10:47am Friday 15th November 2013

BUSINESSES and charitable organisations around Weymouth and Dorchester have thrown their weight behind the campaign supporting victims of the Philippines typhoon.

Echo typhoon appeal kickstarted by kind Ken

Dorset Echo: SURVIVORS: Families in a makeshift camp

10:37am Thursday 14th November 2013

THE first donation has come in for the Dorset Echo’s appeal to help those affected by the devastating Philippines typhoon.

Echo plea to help Philippines typhoon victims

Dorset Echo: DEVASTATION: A survivor from Tacloban, which was devastated by Typhoon Haiyan gestures while sitting on the ground after disembarking an aircraft

5:00am Wednesday 13th November 2013

TODAY the Dorset Echo is launching an appeal to help those affected by the devastating Philippines typhoon.


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