Learn about the latest crisis relief efforts and take action!
The 7.9 magnitude tremor in China's Sichuan Province is estimated to have killed tens of thousands of people and
left millions of homes destroyed. Make a donation to the organizations that are rushing to emergency aid to the region.
Tropical Cyclone Nargis hit the Southeast Asian country of Myanmar, also known as Burma with winds of up to 120 mph,
leaving thousands dead and hundreds of thousands more people homeless. Relief organizations are responding to this
crisis through a variety of mechanisms, including emergency medical assistance, transitional shelter, provision of
non-food items, and debris clearing.
The remnants of Hurricane Stan combined with the normal Central American rainy season sent rivers of mud flowing
across the central Guatemalan highlands. The landslide is believed to be the worst single disaster in the area; several
days of flooding have killed hundreds in Central America and southern Mexico. The survivors are at risk of malnutrition
and water borne diseases.
Tens of thousands are dead in Pakistan, India and Afghanistan and many more are injured or trapped in
buildings that were reduced to rubble as a result of the earthquake. Victims are in desperate need of
emergency supplies such as food, water, blankets and tents. Please make a donation to the relief
agencies helping in the rescue operation.
Millions of people from the Gulf Coast are suffering from Hurricane Katrina's devastation.
They desperately need water, food, medical care and shelter today. You can join the effort to
save lives and help people recover by donating to one or more of the organizations listed below.
Please help meet this enormous need now with your donation.
People across South Asia, stricken by the Tsunami Disaster, need your help to
recover and rebuild - many have lost everything. Please join millions of other
generous Americans and support one or many of the important relief
organizations below with a safe and easy contribution now.
Despite recent steps toward peace, more than 1 million people in the Darfur
region of western Sudan remain homeless, hungry and vulnerable to violent
attack. The ongoing conflict has left 2 million people dead and forced an
estimated 4 million to flee their homes, leaving Sudan with the highest
internally displaced population in the world.
Blood supplies are dwindling in blood banks around the country. Summer storms
and extreme weather have taken their tolls, leaving several regions of the
country with less than a one-day supply of blood. Many other areas are
experiencing critical shortages of O-negative, the only universal blood type
that everyone can use.