With immediate effect for one week, give 20% of UK bound outsourced food and water deliveries to the 10 million people struggling within the Philippines. 

We here signed, ask you to donate generously our food supplies, instead of money directly to those hit hardest by natural disasters. Any food and water contracted for delivery to the UK from worldwide sources, should be sent into the closest and most affected areas to provide what is needed most for basic survival. Including food, water and blankets. Food and water have greater value than money which doesn't reach the source in trouble, reroute these basic essentials to Philippines directly.

Cooperation between the biggest and wealthiest corporations, stop your current plans and make a swift turnaround for these Islands. Disasters Emergency Committee DEC, Supermarkets, shipment companies, Navy & Air-force, food & water suppliers/producers coordinate all your efforts into the survival of our people from yet another catastrophe.

Imagine a world where we come together as ONE! Of all the achievements made in our existence, this aid proves we can bring that together. 

Britons alone gave £11 billion to charity in 2011, so there can be collaboration and cooperation between the large corporations plus charities such as the Red Cross to coordinate and fulfill. 

Tons of food is wasted every day, it should be mandatory for any disaster struck countries be given aid according to their location, provided the countries relieved of their supplies are sufficient to withstand the reduction for a limited period.



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    Bizzy Bee, United Kingdom

    1 year ago Comments: What an Excellent idea!! Well done! and Congratulations & many many Thanks to Great Britain for your never ending generousity for helping the Survivors of Super Typhoon Haiyan.. God Bless Everyone.
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    Jeanne-Marie Martin, United Kingdom

    1 year ago Comments: Desperate need please help
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