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Diddy’s Kids Help Typhoon Victims in the Philippines

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When Typhoon Haiyan hit the island of the Philippines earlier this month, it left massive destruction and a huge death toll in its wake. According to reports, over 10,000 people were killed and more than 600,000 families are now displaced. After hearing the heartbreaking stories of victims trying to regain their livelihood after the storm, Diddy’s children are pitching in to help out the families.

TMZ posted a photo of the hip-hop mogul’s kids — Christian and Quincy Combs, along with 6-year-old twin sisters Jessie James and D’Lila Star — who have set up a family-style relief effort for the people of the Philippines.

They have gathered boxes for shoes, clothing, blankets and other items and will ship them to relief agencies.

Diddy’s family hopes their charitable efforts catch on and other families will give what they can to help the people of the Philippines.

In lieu of clothes, relief organizers also need financial donations for the relief efforts.

To give a monetary donation assist with the Typhoon Haiyan recovery, visit or CFSI.Ph.

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