Typhoon Haiyan: How you can donate
(Read article summary)
A number of organizations have geared up to help victims of Typhoon Haiyan. Here's a list of aid groups working in the effected area.
As The Philippines begins the process of healing and rebuilding after the devastating Typhoon Haiyan, aid groups are moving quickly to offer everything from safe drinking water to medical care. Here are some of the organizations that are offering help. You can click on the highlighted text for information on how to donate.
1. The¬†International Committee of the Red Cross¬†and the¬†Philippine Red Cross¬†are accepting¬†donations¬†and coordinating disaster relief on location. Follow the Philippine Red Cross on Facebook¬†and¬†Twitter¬†for updates. ¬†
2.¬†World Food Program, which delivers emergency food aid, is accepting¬†donations online¬†and through¬†PayPal.
3.¬†US Fund for UNICEF¬†is accepting¬†donations online¬†to provide children affected by the typhoon with drinkable water, hygiene supplies, food and shelter.
4.¬†Catholic Relief Services¬†aims to provide 100,000 families with shelter, water, sanitation, and essential living supplies. It is accepting¬†donations online.
5.¬†American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee¬†is accepting¬†online donations¬†for addressing survivors‚Äô immediate needs.
6.¬†World Vision¬†is accepting¬†online donations¬†to help 400,000 people meet the most urgent needs of food, clean water, and emergency shelter.
7.¬†M√©decins Sans Fronti√®res (Doctors Without Borders)¬†is rushing personnel and supplies to provide medical care in the affected areas. It is accepting¬†donations online.
8.¬†The Salvation Army¬†is on the ground meeting the immediate needs of survivors, providing food, water, and shelter. It is¬†accepting donations¬†online. ¬†
9.¬†Caritas Manila, a Catholic charity, is accepting¬†donations online¬†and through¬†wire transfers.
10. International Rescue Committee¬†has mobilized an emergency response team to provide clean water and hygiene and sanitation supplies to survivors. It is accepting donations online.¬†
11. Global Giving, a charity fundraising website, is accepting donations to its¬†Typhoon Haiyan Relief Fund¬†to support immediate relief and longer-term recovery.¬†