International DJs Axwell, Nicky Romero, and NO_ID have donated to the survivors of super typhoon Yolanda through World Vision.
The three recently held a massive concert, dubbed United Republiq: Electronic Music Assembly for a Cause, at the Mall of Asia Concert Grounds in Pasay City on November 21.
Proceeds of which were donated to World Vision for their relief efforts in the areas affected by the massive calamity.
The international child-focused disaster relief organization is among the first to respond to the needs of those affected by the typhoon since it struck on November 8.
World Vision has so far provided life-saving essentials to over 33,700 survivors—over 6,700 families—in the municipalities of Tabugon and Daanbantayan in Northern Cebu; Estacia, Iloilo; and Ormoc, Leyte.
They are targeting to assist an initial number of 400,000 survivors or 80,000 families in the hardest-hit areas in Aklan, Antique, Iloilo, Negros Occidental, Cebu, Bohol, Leyte, Western Samar, Camarines Norte, Camarines Sur.
“It's really sad to hear what happened in the Philippines. Children and families are on my mind!
"I sincerely hope you all will join me in doing our part by also donating money, time or any other type of effort, so the people there can rebuild their community and create safe, sustainable, and healthy living conditions,” said Nicky Romero in a Facebook post.
“We are very grateful for the generosity of Axwell, Nicky Romero and NO_ID towards the Filipino people, who are in dire need of help.
"We salute them not only for donating money, but also for taking the time out of their busy schedules to perform for the benefit of the survivors and appeal for donations on behalf of World Vision on social media sites.
"Their donations will truly help thousands of Filipino families get back on their feet”, said Jun Godornes, World Vision Associate Director.