Your gift will help local journalists and their media outlets to provide life-saving news and information to people suffering from humanitarian disasters, allowing Internews to: -- Distribute thousands of wind-up/solar radios to disaster survivors who are living in refugee camps --Provide emergency broadcast equipment to help damaged radio stations get back on the air -- Produce daily radio programming on relief, recovery and crisis news,...
Regular price $3000 $30.00
Your gift will strengthen the capacity of communities to manage risks and prepare for disasters. This project works to prevent the devastating effects of catastrophes in vulnerable villages. CRS and our partners work closely with local authorities to provide comprehensive emergency response plans. Your generous gift of $30 will help train 10 community members for one year.
Mercy Corps offers sports-based recovery programs for children affected by earthquakes in Peru and China, and is ready to respond to the next emergency. This gift covers the cost of materials for two dozen kids and an adult mentor, including a caregiver manual, paper and markers, whistles and cones, and sport-appropriate equipment like badminton racquets, soccer balls or Frisbees. The spirit of friendly sports competition...
Regular price $2500 $25.00
Your gift of just $25 can provide basic food and water for a family in a developing country for several days following disaster. With your gift in our disaster relief/rebuilding fund, it will be immediately available when the next disaster strikes, earning interest, and can often be leveraged with fundraising to credit union in the developed world as well.
Your contribution will support the important work of your favorite Disaster Relief Nonprofit and help make the world a better place.
Your kind gift will help ActionAid to provide direct assistances to communities so that they may prepare for and recover from tragic events, such as the Asian Tsunami, the South Asian Earthquake, war, and genocide. Special attention will be placed on the needs of the region's poorest and most overlooked people.