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Help those impacted by recent natural disasters.

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Cyclone Fani

The strongest tropical cyclone to hit India in 20 years made landfall Friday morning near Odisha state and moved quickly toward neighboring Bangladesh. Thousands of villages along India’s coast were evacuated in advance of this massive storm. Damage from flooding and high winds is extensive. 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
- World Vision – EIN: 95-1922279
- Catholic Relief Services – EIN: 13-5563422
- Oxfam America – EIN: 23-7069110
- Save the Children – EIN: 06-0726487
- Americares – EIN: 06-1008595
- UNICEF – EIN: 13-1760110

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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 are concerns about containing a potential cholera outbreak. 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
- CARE – EIN: 13-1685039
- 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

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Previous Disasters

Midwest Floods 

The Midwestern region of the U.S. has been devastated by historic flooding caused by recent heavy rains and snowmelt. States of emergency remain in place for Nebraska, Iowa and Wisconsin. Several lives have been lost, numerous cities and towns are underwater, and several highways, bridges, and dams have been wiped away from floodwaters. Consider lending your support to help those impacted. The following charities were recommended by the Center for Disaster Philanthropy.

- Salvation Army - EIN: 22-2406433
- Red Cross - EIN: 53-0196605
- Samaritan's Purse - EIN: 58-1437002
- Save the Children - EIN: 06-0726487


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
- CARE - EIN: 13-1685039
- 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 are devastating hundreds of thousands of acres in California. Families are continuing to be evacuated and many have lost their homes and businesses.

The organizations below have been recommended by the Center for Disaster Philanthropy to help those impacted by the wildfires.

 Both Northern and Southern California - Organizations
- American Red Cross – EIN: 53-0196605
- Direct Relief – EIN: 95-1831116
- Salvation Army – EIN: 58-0660607

 Both Northern and Southern California - Funds
- Actors Fund – EIN - 13-1635251
- California Community Foundation’s Wildfire Relief Fund – EIN: 95-3510055
- California Fire Foundation – EIN: 68-0118991

 Northern California - Funds
- North Valley Community Foundation Evacuation Relief Fund – EIN 68-0161455
- 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

 Southern California - Funds
- The Hill Fire and Woolsey Fire Sudden and Urgent Needs Effort created by the Ventura County
  Community Foundation (EIN: 77-0165029)
- Los Angeles Fire Department Foundation – Fire Department fund. EIN: 27-2007326
- 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)


Hurricane Michael 

Hurricane Michael, one of the strongest storms to hit the US in many years, made landfall near Panama City, Florida on Wednesday, October 10. Its devastating impact is widespread with catastrophic damage. Those impacted will need immediate support in response to this disaster as well as ongoing support for long term recovery. The Center for Disaster Philanthropy recommends the following charities to provide disaster relief to those affected by the storm.

- Americares - EIN: 06-1008595
- American Red Cross - EIN: 53-0196605
- Feeding America - EIN: 36-3673599
- Florida Baptist Convention - EIN: 59-0766980
- HealthCare Ready - EIN: 46-3134601
- Salvation Army - EIN: 58-0660607
- Save the Children - EIN: 06-0726487

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