A resident prepares to rummage through the debris near the shoreline Thursday Nov. 14, 2013 at Tacloban city, Leyte province in central Philippines.
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Typhoon-ravaged Philippines: How you can help

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By The Hardball Staff

U.S. Navy ships and the aircraft carrier USS George Washington arrived in the Philippines on Thursday to deliver badly needed food, water and medicine to victims reeling in the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan.

Despite the growing effort to get aid to victims, many still haven’t received supplies as debris from the massive storm blocks road, including the one connecting the ravaged city of Tacloban with its airport.

Authorities have said 2,357 people have been confirmed dead, but that number is expected to rise. Approximately 545,000 people have been displaced since the typhoon hit on Nov. 8.

Want to help? Check out these websites and find out how you can make a difference.

The International Committee of the Red Cross

UNICEF

World Food Program USA

International Rescue Committee

Doctors without Borders

AmeriCares

Mercy Corps

Save The Children

World Vision

InterAction

ReliefWeb

GlobalGiving

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Typhoon-ravaged Philippines: How you can help

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