SM malls provide immediate assistance to families affected by Typhoon Rolly

SM malls in Metro Manila and in Luzon opened doors to stranded customers and to nearby residents as Typhoon Rolly made landfall in the Bicol and Southern Luzon regions last weekend. Overnight parking charges have been waived. Free WiFi, charging stations, and a help desk are made available.

“Our malls in typhoon-hit areas will remain open to those who need shelter. Rest assured that we will extend as much relief assistance as we can to help rebuild our communities,” said SM Supermalls President Steven Tan.

In an announcement, SM malls in Metro Manila and select parts of Luzon closed early last November 1 but will accommodate anyone seeking shelter from the typhoon.

SM Supermarkets, Hypermarkets, and Savemore Markets will remain open to serve as many customers as possible.

For more updates and announcements, visit or its social media accounts on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram (@SMSupermalls).

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