MANILA, Philippines – The whole nation is coming together to put a stop to the COVID-19 pandemic, which has negatively impacted the lives of millions of Filipinos in the last couple of weeks.

While many individuals and families are having a hard time coping with the stress—financial, mental, or emotional—that this unfortunate situation continues to bring, many kindhearted people and groups are stepping up to extend a helping hand to those that have been most affected.

Putting its platform to good use by becoming a “one-stop shop” for people who want to help, PayMaya has partnered with dozens of organizations with various donation drives to provide relief efforts during this global pandemic. For those looking for ways to donate, visiting donate.paymaya.com or the PayMaya app’s Pay Bills function might be a good start.

PayMaya currently has 32 partner organizations involved in causes that range from providing medical frontliners with meals and personal protective equipment to giving relief and medical packages to vulnerable communities.

In PayMaya’s donation platform, users can easily choose which organizations they wish to support, as well as the amount they would like to share. Individuals living abroad can still donate to their chosen causes using their credit, debit, or prepaid cards at donate.paymaya.com.

To those unsure of which organizations to support, here is a guide of those initiating relief operations against COVID-19:

However difficult the situation today is, it is in working together that the nation—and the whole world—can pull through these challenging times. Together, let’s all stand as #OneAgainstCOVID19

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