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Help those impacted by recent natural disasters.

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icon-disaster--fire-2x.png California Wildfires

Numerous wildfires are devastating hundreds of acres throughout California. The Kincade Fire alone has already forced nearly 200,000 residents from their homes. The organizations below have been recommended by the Center for Disaster Philanthropy to help those impacted by the wildfires.

American Red Cross – EIN: 53-0196605
California Community Foundation’s Wildfire Relief Fund – EIN: 95-3510055 
Center for Disaster Philanthropy
          2019 California Wildfires Recovery Fund  EIN: 45-5257937
Corazón Healdsburg (Scopa Has a Dream)  EIN: 27-3044487
Direct Relief International – EIN: 95-1831116
Entertainment Industry Foundation’s Fire Relief Fund – EIN: 95-1644609
Los Angeles Regional Food Bank – Los Angeles County – EIN: 95-3135649 
Los Angeles Fire Department Foundation – Fire Department Fund  EIN: 27-2007326 
Redwood Empire Food Bank – Sonoma County  EIN: 68-0121855 
United Way of Greater Los Angeles 
          The Southern California Disaster Relief Fund  EIN: 95-2274801

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Previous disasters - continued recovery

Hurricane Dorian

Hurricane Dorian ravaged Grand Bahama and the Abaco Islands off the Florida peninsula before skirting the Atlantic coast with high winds and floodwaters. Dorian made landfall in the Bahamas with sustained winds of 185 mph and storm surge of up to 20 feet. There have been 53 reported deaths and 90 percent of homes have been badly damaged or destroyed in the Bahamas. The Center for Disaster Philanthropy recommends the following organizations who are providing relief to those affected by the storm.

- Airlink – EIN: 37-1710848
- American Red Cross – EIN: 53-0196605
- Americares – EIN: 06-1008595
- Center for Disaster Philanthropy – EIN: 45-5257937
         2019 Atlantic Hurricane Season Recovery Fund
- Direct Relief – EIN: 95-1831116 
- Global Giving, Bahamas Disaster Relief Fund – EIN is 30-0108263
- International Medical Corps – EIN: 95-3949646
- Mercy Corps – EIN: 91-1148123
- NetHope – EIN: 20-1782011
- UNICEF  EIN: 13-1760110
- World Food Program USA – EIN: 13-3843435
- World Central Kitchen – EIN: 27-3521132

 

Tornado outbreak

This tornado season has been exceptionally active. In May there were 12 consecutive days with eight tornadoes or more, breaking a record set in June 1980 of more than 225 tornadoes. While many of these tornadoes have been small, others have caused significant damage and loss of life. In additional, many of these storms have brought torrential rains that have caused extreme flooding situations as well. The destruction, including property damage, deaths and injuries, spreads across nearly one-third of the continental U.S. Consider supporting the following organizations, recommended by the Center for Disaster Philanthropy, that are providing active relief to communities affected by these low-attention disasters.

- CDP 2019 Midwest Disaster Recovery Fund – EIN: 45-5257937
- American Red Cross – EIN: 53-0196605
- Feeding America – EIN: 36-3673599
- Salvation Army – EIN: 58-0660607
- Save the Children – EIN: 06-0726487

 

Cyclone Fani

Cyclone Fani, the strongest tropical cyclone to hit India in 20 years, made landfall Friday, May 3, near Odisha state and moved on to neighboring Bangladesh. The storm caused $1.81 billion in damages and 89 people were killed despite preparedness and evacuation efforts. Consider sending aid to victims by making a grant to one of the following charities recommended by the Center for Disaster Philanthropy.

- CDP Global Recovery Fund - EIN: 45-5257937
- Action Aid USA - EIN: 52-2277575
- Americares – EIN: 06-1008595
- Catholic Relief Services – EIN: 13-5563422
- Mercy Corps - EIN: 91-1148123
- Oxfam America – EIN: 23-7069110
- Plan USA - EIN: 13-5661832
- Save the Children – EIN: 06-0726487
- UNICEF – EIN: 13-1760110
- World Vision – EIN: 95-1922279

 

Cyclones Idai and Kenneth

In an unprecedented weather event, Mozambique, on the southeast coast of the African continent, was struck by two intense tropical cyclones in as many months. Cyclone Idai on March 14 and Cyclone Kenneth on April 27, left massive destruction across the region. Hundreds of people lost their lives and hundreds of thousands more have been displaced by the devastation. Food and clean water are in short supply, and there have been cholera outbreaks in both areas. Consider lending your support by making a grant to one of the following charities recommended by the Center for Disaster Philanthropy.

- CDP Disaster Recovery Fund - EIN: 45-5257937
- Americares – EIN: 06-1008595
- CARE – EIN: 13-1685039
- Catholic Relief Services – EIN: 13-5563422
- Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières – EIN: 13-3433452
- Oxfam America – EIN: 23-7069110
- Project Hope – EIN: 53-0242962
- Save the Children – EIN: 06-0726487
- UNICEF – EIN: 13-1760110

 

Indonesian Tsunami

A series of tsunamis hit coastal communities along the Sunda Strait in Indonesia on Saturday, December 22, 2018. The tsunamis were triggered by underwater landslides, following the eruption of the Anak Krakatau volcano which is located between Indonesia’s islands of Java and Sumatra. Over 430 people lost their lives and more than 14,000 were injured. The organizations below have been recommended by the Center for Disaster Philanthropy to help those impacted by the tsunami.

- Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) - EIN: 52-1314847
- Americares – EIN: 06-1008595
- CARE - EIN: 13-1685039
- Catholic Relief Services – EIN: 13-5563422
- International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent - EIN: 13-3682664
- International Medical Corps - EIN - 95-3949646
- Mercy Corps - EIN: 91-1148123
- Save the Children - EIN: 06-0726487
- World Vision Indonesia - EIN: 95-1922279

 

California Wildfires

Massive wildfires, including the Camp, Woolsey and Hill fires devastated hundreds of thousands of acres in California.  The Camp Fire was the most deadly and destructive fire in California history, burning 153,336 acres over three weeks, killing nearly 90 people and destroying 18,733 structures including 14,000 residences. The Hill Fire in southern California burned more than 4,531 acres over the course of a week. The Woolsey Fire claimed three lives over two weeks, burned 96,949 acres and destroyed 1,500 structures. The organizations below have been recommended by the Center for Disaster Philanthropy to help those impacted by the wildfires.

- CDP California Wildfires Fund - EIN: 45-5257937
- Direct Relief – EIN: 95-1831116
- Actors Fund – EIN - 13-1635251
- California Community Foundation’s Wildfire Relief Fund – EIN: 95-3510055
- Northern California Fire Relief Fund – part of the North Valley Community Foundation Disaster Relief Fund – EIN 68-0161455
- United Way of Northern California – EIN 94-1251675
- The Ventura County Community Disaster Relief Fund created by the Ventura County Community Foundation (EIN: 77-0165029)
- United Way of Greater Los Angeles (EIN - 95-2274801) in partnership with United Way of Ventura County Disaster Relief Fund (EIN – 95-1945833)


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