Funds in Disaster Relief

India COVID-19 Relief Fund
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India COVID-19 Relief Fund
Summary India is grappling with a deadly COVID-19 outbreak. More than 200,000 people have died due to a second coronavirus surge in India and hundreds of thousands of people are infected each day. Many are unable to get the medical help they need. Donations to this fund will help treat patients and slow the spread of COVID-19 in India. Challenge More resources are needed now to respond to the outbreak in India, which has stretched the country's healthcare system to its limit. There is not enough space in hospitals to help everyone in need, and life-saving supplies, such as oxygen and ventilators, are in short supply. Thousands of people are at risk of being left to die without help. Solution Your donation to this fund will help stop the virus's spread in India and give communities on the front lines of this crisis the resources they need to act quickly and protect the most vulnerable communities. How Your Donation Will Be Used When you donate to GlobalGiving’s India COVID-19 Relief Fund, your donation will be used to: 1. Send doctors, nurses, and other front line responders to communities in need 2. Get masks, oxygen, ventilators, and other lifesaving medical supplies to hospitals and clinics 3. Deliver essential items to struggling families and older individuals in lockdown 4. Provide mental and emotional support to frontline responders others affected by the COVID-19 outbreak in India 5. Support hygiene awareness efforts 6. Make COVID-19 vaccines more accessible and affordable And much, much more... Trusted and Reliable GlobalGiving is one of the most reliable and trustworthy charities in the world. We have a four-star rating and nearly perfect score from Charity Navigator due to our commitment to transparency and low-overhead. Our disaster relief funds have been recommended by the New York Times, the Associated Press, NPR, Washington Post, Oprah, ABC News, and the US State Department. GlobalGiving’s Track Record GlobalGiving has been responding to disasters and supporting emergency aid and long-term relief programs since 2004. We have facilitated more than $100M in disaster donations to funds just like this one! See how we’ve responded to similar disasters like this, including: Ebola Epidemic Australia Wildfire South Asia Floods Impact Reports and Transparency When you donate to the India COVID-19 Relief Fund, we’ll send you an email to let you know the impact that your donation has had. We commit to transparent reporting and will update you on how we’ve used donations to this fund. https://www.globalgiving.org/projects/india-covid-19-relief-fund/
Employees Powered COVID-19 2021 Relief Funds
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Employees Powered COVID-19 2021 Relief Funds
As of April 24, 2021 - India has registered close to 350,000 daily detections and nearly 2800 daily deaths. AID has a presence in more than 20 states of India, 35+ US chapters, and thousands of volunteers who continuously volunteer and provide support. Your support will help provide relief across India. The support will reach from the Rann of Kutch to the Gangetic planes and from the Himalayas to the coastal Andhra. Even to North East India. We are collaborating with National Rural Health Mission, Maharashtra, to help them procure Oxygen Generation Plants and Concentrators. This time, the COVID 19 virus has spread to remote locations in India, and apart from hunger-related issues, we have the additional health care calamity. There is a shortage of Oxygen generation plants and Oxygen Concentrators. So on top of our efforts to procure these facilities, it is essential to protect the most vulnerable population in India. Our immediate task is to ensure: 1) Healthcare helplines across India 2) Reduce misinformation and awareness campaigns across India, especially the importance of Vaccination 3) Ration Kit for the Needy 4) PPE Kit distribution to the front line health care workers and supporters 5) Support to another anticipated wave of migrant workers across India 6) Fair access to Oxygen supplies and medication 7) Oxygen concentrators procurement and purchase to the most vulnerable locations 8) Small Oxygen generation plants at public hospitals 9) Plasma donation appeal and drive 10) Long-term livelihood projects to support income generation for vulnerable populations 11) Advocacy with the village level Panchayats, Corporations, and local government. We will update more as we get more information from the ground.
American Red Cross; 140th Anniversary Fund
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American Red Cross; 140th Anniversary Fund
Please join us May 21st, in a legacy of service; 5 Blood Drives and a Virtual Event; https://rdcrss.org/3lDtHqe Kindly help us show our gratitude for the resilient unwavering commitment so many responders have put forth this last year. Take a moment to review the profound impact below and contribute if possible, truly grateful for the support. Across the country, American Red Cross responds to an emergency every 8 minutes. No one else does this: not the government, not other charities. From small house fires to multi-state natural disasters, the American Red Cross goes wherever we’re needed, a beacon of hope when its needed most. Millions of people across the country have been impacted by the ongoing coronavirus while at the same time hundreds of thousands of people have been affected by record setting wildfires in the west and a relentless series of hurricanes along the Gulf Coast. In these unprecedented times there has been one constant, the Red Cross. Local need for our services continues to grow. Here’s how your support impacted lives last year: • Responded to 577 local disasters providing relief to over 2,300 people. • Installed nearly 4,000 free smoke alarms making more than 2,400 homes safer. • Worked with over 2,800 military families connecting them with critical services and support in a time when so many faced isolation and unknowns. • Trained over 40,000 in life saving courses including CPR and water safety and babysitting. • Countless blood drives to ensure adequate supply, collecting over 66,000 units of life saving blood. • Partnered with the FDA to collect plasma from recovered Covid-19 patients to help those battling the disease. Red Cross knows that emergencies don’t stop and neither do we. Our region serves more than 3.6 million people and has a dedicated team of 1700 volunteers ready to help at a moment’s notice.
2021福島・宮城地震被害への寄付/Donations for the 2021 Fukushima-Miyagi Earthquake Fund
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2021福島・宮城地震被害への寄付/Donations for the 2021 Fukushima-Miyagi Earthquake Fund
2021年2月13日に発生したマグニチュード7.3の地震で、福島エリア、宮城エリアを中心に大きな被害が出ました。そこで、日本の災害支援を行ってるNPOへ寄付をするためにこのキャンペーンを立ち上げました。 現在、私たちが住んでいる日本も含めて、世界中でボランティアや支援を必要としている人たちがいます。このような難しい局面である時こそ、私達のConscious Culture (自己理解、他者への理解、自分が他者(チーム、お客様、より大きなコミュニティー)にもたらす影響に常に目を向け理解し、意図的に行動することにより最高の体験を生み出す)を体現し、サポートを必要としている人たちを支援していきましょう。 he magnitude 7.3 earthquake that occurred on February 13, 2021 caused a lot of damage mainly in Fukushima area and Miyagi area. So, we launched this campaign to make donations to NPOs that are providing disaster relief in Japan. Currently, there are people all over the world, including our own Japan, who are in need of volunteers and support. In these difficult times, we need to embody our Conscious Culture (self-awareness, understanding of others, always looking at and understanding the impact we have on others (our team, our customers, the larger community), and acting intentionally to create the best possible experience) and help those in need. Let's help those who need support.
Croatia Earthquake Fund - 2020 Disaster Relief
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Croatia Earthquake Fund - 2020 Disaster Relief
A powerful 6.4-magnitude earthquake struck Croatia on Tuesday, December 29th. At least six people were killed, dozens were wounded and several towns in central Croatia were left in ruins. The full extent of casualties was not known and as daylight faded, emergency crews, assisted by the military, searched the wreckage for survivors. The quake, which hit just after noon local time about 30 miles from the capital, Zagreb, could be felt across the Balkans and as far away as Hungary. https://www.nytimes.com/2020/12/29/world/europe/croatia-earthquake.html It followed a smaller earthquake a day earlier and another in March, rattling residents in the earthquake-prone region. The epicenter of the quake was near the towns of Petrinja and Sisak, which is home to the region’s largest hospital, rendered largely unusable because of damage. Although people injured in the quake were still being taken to the facility to be triaged, including two in critical condition, the government said it would evacuate the patients there. That effort would also include moving 40 coronavirus patients to other facilities. In March, an earthquake of magnitude 5.3 hit Zagreb caused wide damage of 26,000 buildings and homes. https://www.croatiaweek.com/photos-two-earthquakes-rock-the-croatian-capital-zagreb/ With the urgency of leaving their homes, the situation was exacerbated by the ongoing fight with COVID-19 with people not allowed to gather in groups and travel to other regions to slow the speading of the virus down. The consequences of this earthquake became immediately evident: downtown residents had to leave their homes and move to student dorms, several cultural institutions, including educational facilities, museums and the famed Zagreb Cathedral, sustained significant damage. Many hospitals were forced to evacuate patients and move them to safer locations with the help of the army personnel amid freezing temperatures.
2020 台風10号災害への寄付/Donations to the 2020 Typhoon Haishen Disaster Fund
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2020 台風10号災害への寄付/Donations to the 2020 Typhoon Haishen Disaster Fund
2020年9月に発生した台風10号で、沖縄エリア、九州エリアを中心に大きな被害が出ました。そこで、日本の災害支援を行ってるNPOへ寄付をするためにこのキャンペーンを立ち上げました。 現在、私たちが住んでいる日本も含めて、世界中でボランティアや支援を必要としている人たちがいます。このような難しい局面である時こそ、私達のConscious Culture (自己理解、他者への理解、自分が他者(チーム、お客様、より大きなコミュニティー)にもたらす影響に常に目を向け理解し、意図的に行動することにより最高の体験を生み出す)を体現し、サポートを必要としている人たちを支援していきましょう。 In September 2020, typhoon (Haishen) hit the Okinawa and Kyushu areas and caused extensive damage to the region. Therefore, we have launched this campaign to raise money for NPOs that are working on disaster relief in Japan. There are people all over the world, including in Japan where we live, who are in need of volunteers and support. In these difficult times, we need support in embodying our Conscious Culture (self-awareness, understanding of others, creating the best possible experience by always looking and understanding the impact we have on others (our team, our customers and the larger community) and acting intentionally. Let's support those who are