How to Help Typhoon Victims

Help Respond to Philippines Typhoon Haiyan

Text the word AID to short code 50555 to give a $10 donation to Operation USA. Donate Now

TMF & the State Departmen Text the word AID to short code 80108 to give a $10 donation to The mGive Foundation Phillippines Relief Fund on behalf of the U.S. State Department and its designated nonprofits. Donate Now

Concern Worldwide Text the word CONCERN to short code 50555 to give a $10 donation to Concern Worldwide Donate Now

GlobalGiving Text the words GIVE HAIYAN to short code 80088 to give a $10 donation to GlobalGiving. Donate Now

United Nations Foundation Text the word CERF to short code 90999 to give a $5 donation to the United Nations Foundation. Donate Now

Real Medicine, Inc. Text the word REALMED to short code 50555 to give a $10 donation to Real Medicine, Inc. Donate Now

Action Against Hunger Text the word NOHUNGER to short code 50555 to give a $10 donation to Action Against Hunger Donate Now

Matthew 25: Ministries Text the word CARING to short code 50555 to give a $10 donation to Matthew 25: Ministries Donate Now

Direct Relief International Text the word RELIEF to short code 27722 to give a $10 donation to Direct Relief International Donate Now

World Relief Corporation Text the word DONATE to short code 50555 to give a $10 donation to World Relief Corporation Donate Now

Convoy of Hope Text the word CONVOY to short code 50555 to give a $10 donation to Convoy of Hope Donate Now

Church World Service Text the word RESPOND to short code 50555 to give a $10 donation to Church World Service Donate Now

World

Updated Monday, Nov. 11, 11:15 a.m.

Rescue and recovery organizations from around the world are pouring into the storm-battered Philippines, where Supertyphoon Haiyan, also known as Yolanda, inflicted widespread devastation. Up to 10,000 people are feared dead in the aftermath of the storm, which made landfall on Friday as one of the worst on record in the typhoon-prone nation. Nongovernmental organizations and charities are mobilizing to coordinate relief efforts, while much of the country waits without power, water or communications. Here’s how you can help:

If you’re looking or have information on a missing person, Google Person Finder has launched a Typhoon Yolanda page. A Google Crisis Map is also available for evacuation and relief information.

The mGive Foundation is collecting donations from U.S. wireless subscribers, who can text AID to 80108 to give a $10 donation to the organization’s Philippines Typhoon Diaster Relief Fund. Charges will appear on…

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