Donations to: The American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund
To ensure that your donation goes directly to the American Red Cross, you can make a
secure online donation through our website, call 1-800-HELP-NOW to make a donation by
phone, or contact your local American Red Cross chapter. You may also mail your donation
to the American Red Cross Disaster Response Fund at P.O. Box 37243, Washington, DC 20013;
or visit one of our official Red Cross donation partners.
When a country is faced with hardship as a result of hurricanes, floods, earthquakes or
terrorist attacks, AmeriCares responds immediately with life-saving relief assistance and
continues its support as long as there is a need.
*America's Second Harvest **VERY
Truckloads of food are sent to affected areas. Corporate assistance and donations are
always needed. Companies, manufacturers or retailers are needed to donate full truckloads
of dry storage product, and donations for transport of product are generally needed.
Brother's Brother Foundation
Tractor trailer loads of goods are sent to affected areas. Donations to help purchase
goods & cover shipping costs are always needed.
Catholic Charities agencies are working to meet the immediate needs of refugees, as well
as planning for the process of providing assistance for long-term recovery efforts. The
long-term services that Catholic Charities may provide include temporary and permanent
housing, mental health counseling, direct assistance beyond food and water to get people
back into their homes, job placement counseling, and medical and prescription drug
Christian Relief Fund
Provides child sponsorship, family sponsorship, and operates childrens homes and
schools in third-world countries. CRF sponsorship programs and homes provide food,
clothes, medical care, schooling, and Bible teaching in 22 countries.
Convoy of Hope
Wherever a disaster strikes, Convoy of Hope is ready to respond with food, water
purification systems, blankets, generators, medical supplies, shelters and more.
Desire Street Ministries
Though Hurricane Katrina devastated the ministrys home in New Orleans, and scattered
area residents, the Hurricane is also opening doors for Desire Street Ministries to have
even greater impact than before. We invite you to join us as we seek to continue shaping
the lives of the youth in our care, reach out to an impoverished community in Baton Rouge,
continue redevelopment efforts in New Orleans, and seek to duplicate the ministry in other
pockets of poverty.
Direct Relief International
Non-Profit Humanitarian Medical Relief Organization
Feed the Children
International non-profit Christian organization providing food, clothing, educational
supplies, medical equipment and other necessities
Feeding America is our nation's leading domestic hunger-relief charity and helps provide
food to over 37 million AMERICANS each year.
Find your LOCAL Feeding
America FOOD BANK
Search for local Feeding America food banks in your neighborhood.
Food for the Poor
An international Christian humanitarian aid organization that provides food, housing,
medical services, education and ministry to poor people and families
An international relief and development charity, which aims to alleviate the suffering of
the worlds poorest people. It is an independent Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO)
founded in the UK in 1984 by Dr Hany El Banna. As well as responding to disasters and
emergencies, Islamic Relief promotes sustainable economic and social development by
working with local communities - regardless of race, religion or gender.
Focuses on disaster response, sustainable economic development, health services, and
emergency and natural disaster relief.
Northwest Medical Teams International
Responds to some of the most devastating & difficult disaster scenes around the world.
Within 48 hours, we send volunteer medical professionals to natural and manmade disasters
to care for the sick and injured. Volunteer teams and staff work to establish long-term
solutions to international communities plagued by chronic poverty, lack of medical care
and minimal educational opportunities.
We partner with 240 in-country organizations in more than 100 countries, distributing
medical supplies to people in need. In the USA, we annually disperse more than $1 million
in supplies & products to social service agencies.
Our Mobile Dental program serves more than 17,000 people annually, partnering with 200+
organizations, including schools, social service agencies and churches. Professional
dental volunteers treat the homeless and uninsured in 29 Pacific Northwest counties each
Operation Blessing International
a FEMA-approved charity. Operation Blessing helps equip at-risk children with the
confidence and character to face lifes challenges, through academic and
esteem-building after-school programs, provision of clothes and school supplies and other
activities designed to enhance their skills and opportunities.
When disaster strikes, Operation Blessing is there. With emergency relief supplies, water,
food and medical care, Operation Blessing teams meet urgent needs worldwide and remain
alongside disaster victims as they recover. For adults facing poverty or unemployment,
Operation Blessing provides practical training, professional instruction and tangible
tools and resources to help struggling people overcome their situation.
Operation Blessing is waging a worldwide fight against hunger. Through soup kitchens,
school lunch programs and a growing fleet of Hunger Strike Force trucks and local
partners, hundreds of thousands of people benefit from Operation Blessings hunger
relief work every year. With an expanding resource of medicines and supplies, Operation
Blessing medical staff and volunteers provide medical and dental care free of charge to
those in need both overseas and in the U.S.
Operation Blessing doctors perform life-transforming cleft-lip or cleft-palate surgeries
for children worldwide suffering with facial deformities that affect their abilities to
speak, eat and even smile.
Their motto: Give and it gets there.
Every year millions of charitable donations never make it to their destination. When
you donate to Operation USA, you immediately start to make a difference in the lives of
those who need it most.
Operation USA assists developing communities here and abroad in addressing problems
relating to natural and man-made disasters and chronic poverty through the creation of
sustainable health, nutrition and disaster response programs. Provides essential
materials, training, advocacy and financial support for such programs.
Rescuing, sheltering, adoption, spay, neuter, and more.
Disaster relief services, day care centers, summer camps, holiday assistance, services for
the aging, AIDS education and residential services, medical facilities, shelters for
battered women and children, family and career counseling, vocational training, correction
services, and substance abuse rehabilitation. More than 30 million a year are
aided in some form by services provided by The Salvation Army.
Phone: 1-800-SAL-ARMY (725-2769)
International relief organization, with offices worldwide, working with local churches,
crews will determine where best to work to meet the needs of the most vulnerable,
particularly the poor and elderly.
In communities across America, 1,350 United Ways improve lives by mobilizing the caring
power of their communities. More than fundraisers, United Ways are partners in change,
working with a broad range of people and organizations to identify and resolve pressing
community issues: Helping Children and Youth Succeed; Strengthening and Supporting
Families; Improving Access to Health Care; Promoting Independence and Economic
World Emergency Relief
Untold millions of people - and the programs helping them - need practical resources to
make their lives successful. Food for starving children. Medicines for the sick. Seeds for
farmers. Clothing for the naked and shivering. Even fire trucks for Brazil's rain forests.
WER receives daily requests for commodities. We verify needs and cultural appropriateness
of supplies we can procure. We then seek those supplies from corporate donors and other