Since January 12,  Taal Volcano has erupted and is now at Alert Level 4, which means the danger zone can be extended up to 9 kilometers due to the possibility of “highly hazardous eruption.” 

Thousands have fled the volcano, and the island is considered “no-man’s land”. Currently, there are 22,472 families including 96,061 people affected in the provinces of Batangas and Cavite and not including those in the provinces of Laguna and Quezon. 

According to Sagip Migrante, they need financial help to meet the needs of evacuees such as: food, water, clothing, medicine, blankets, N95 face masks, flashlights and more.