Giants join relief effort for Typhoon Haiyan victims
Winds of 195 miles per hour were sustained for over a full minute at the storm's apex. (NASA)
Typhoon Haiyan is now the second-deadliest Philippine typhoon on record. Since it formed on Nov. 3, it has claimed over 4,000 lives and caused over $1 billion in damage.
It's time to provide aid. Join the efforts by the Golden State Warriors and San Francisco Giants and help the Philippines.
“The Bay Area Filipino community is a member of the Giants family, and it is important they know we are here for them during these challenging times," Giants president and CEO Larry Baer said. "We share in the sadness and shock of the entire world by the typhoon’s devastation in the Philippines. We hope that we can assist in the recovery and relief efforts by reaching out to our fans and encouraging them to remember those whose lives have been affected by the disaster."
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