A: Procedures in making donations may be found here.
Domestic donors may contact the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council through the Office of Civil Defense:
Landline: (02) 8-911-5061, (02) 8-912-5668, (02) 8-911-1406, or (02) 8-911-1873
International donors may contact the Philippine Embassy or Consulate nearest their place of residence or office for the procedures on humanitarian assistance for the Philippines and to coordinate the intended donation.
A: If the donation consists of medicines, medical equipment and supplies, and other health products intended to address the COVID-19 situation and is being donated to the National Government in general or the Department of Health, according to Presidential Administrative Order No. 27, it shall be coordinated with and transmitted to the Department of National Defense-Office of Civil Defense (DND-OCD).
Administrative Order No. 27 also clarifies that direct donations for intended beneficiary may be allowed without the need of consolidation in the OCD. However, such donations shall be immediately reported by the recipient agencies and instrumentalities to the OCD.
A: Your beneficiary Philippine Government Agency or entity duly registered, licensed or accredited by the appropriate Philippine government agencies may apply for duties and tax exemption from the Department of Finance (DOF)-Revenue Office:
Podium Floor, DOF Building
Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) Complex
Roxas Boulevard, Manila
For more information on duties and tax exemption for international donations, please see below:
A: The donor may contact the beneficiary Philippine Government Agency or the Philippine Embassy or Consulate where the donation was coordinated with for the status of the receipt of the donation. For donations to the National Government in general or the Department of Health, the donor may contact the Department of National Defense-Office of Civil Defense (DND-OCD) at:
Contact Numbers: 02 (8) 421 1920 or +63 917 855 3476
A: Humanitarian assistance (i.e., in-kind donations and financial donations) that are officially verified by the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA), the Department of National Defense-Office of Civil Defense (DND-OCD), and other relevant Philippine government agencies are reflected in the Philippine Humanitarian Assistance Registry (PHAR).
For international humanitarian assistance from foreign governments and international organizations, only those that have already been approved by the Office of the President are reflected in PHAR. This is pursuant to Section 5 of the General Appropriations Act of 2020.
To ensure that actual assistance are reflected in PHAR, pledges of humanitarian assistance undergo official verification and actual assistance must be accounted for by the relevant government agency/ies prior to inclusion in the official tally of the registry.