CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Filipinos in Charlotte are doing whatever they can to help the ravaged country recover.
The Filipino-American Community of the Carolinas held a fundraiser at the saloon in the N.C. Music Factory.
Different artists performed to help raise money for the relief efforts.
"Some of them are very, very poor in means of livelihood and we would like to extend what we have here in the United States," said Florami Lee.
The Filipino American Community of the Carolinas said it has more events planned this week to benefit the victims of the typhoon.
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