Every penny counts and goes to help, Nepal needs us, our little contribution may just save an innocent life.
We were saddened to hear of the more than 5,000 innocent lives killed and the numerous more harmed in Saturday’s devastating 7.8 magnitude tremor. We wish to help, and we know you wish to help, too.
After calamities, the best way to help is generally to donate money to effective and efficient charities that have a recognized presence on the ground. Charity Navigator is one of the leading resources for assessing the work of nonprofits, and the organization has posted a list of highly-ranked charities that have mounted help operations in the aftermath of the 7.8 magnitude temblor that originated outside the capital, Kathmandu.
Aftermaths of this tremor caused numerous damages.
- More than 5,000 people have been confirmed dead.
- About 500,000 people have been left homeless.
- Nearly half a million in Nepal are displaced from their homes.
How Can You Help?
University of Atlanta wants to share the grief of these innocent lives, we are calling everyone to come out and help these victims. People send out clothes, water and medicines. But what really could be helpful is find and trusted non-profit organization.
Here are some of the most trusted organization who can take your donations and make the right use of it.
AmeriCares is an emergency response and global health organization. They have sent an emergency response team from their offices in Mumbai to Nepal and are currently preparing shipments of medical aid and relief supplies for survivors.
“Our emergency response team is in Nepal with critical medicine and medical supplies for survivors.”
- Michael J. Nyenhuis, AmeriCares President and CEO
To get in contact for donation, visit http://www.americares.org/
The U.N. children’s agency, UNICEF, says nearly 1 million children in Nepal need support. UNICEF says it is preparing two cargo flights with a combined 120 tons of humanitarian supplies including medical and hospital supplies, tents and blankets, for urgent airlift to Kathmandu.
To get in contact for donation, visit http://www.supportunicef.org/site/c.dvKUI9OWInJ6H/b.9274583/k.FBFF/Help—Children—in—Nepal—Donate—for—earthquake—response.htm
Save the Children
Save the Children says it has staff in 63 districts and emergency kits, hygiene materials and tarpaulins already in Nepal and ready for distribution. Additional supplies and emergency recovery teams are being flown in.
To get in contact for donation, visit https://secure.savethechildren.org/site/c.8rKLIXMGIpI4E/b.9274575/k.FD90/Nepal—Earthquake—Childrens—Relief—Fund/apps/ka/sd/donor.asp
Oxfam says its team in Nepal is assessing needs and it is sending emergency food, water and sanitation supplies.
“Communication is currently very difficult. Telephone lines are down and the electricity has been cut off making charging mobile phones difficult. The water is also cut off.”
– Cecilia Keizer, Country Director
To get in contact for donation, visit http://www.oxfam.org.uk/what-we-do/countries-we-work-in/nepal
These are just a few non–profit organization working every minute to rebuild Nepal. Let’s contribute, Let’s save Nepal!