Mercy Corps

Mercy Corps exists to alleviate suffering, poverty and oppression by helping people build secure, productive and just communities. Mercy Corps helps people survive, recover and become self-sufficient. We partner with the people we serve to help them recover from disasters and conflicts, secure peace, grow more food, improve health, educate and protect children, empower women and start businesses that improve the standard of living for families and communities.
Nov 27, 2013

Thank you, from the Philippines

Mothers receive food, water and blankets
Mothers receive food, water and blankets

"We are relying on the kind people who have given food to us on the island. Without these donations we would have nothing to eat. Thank you for coming to us… We are just trying to survive here."

Hani Pinton, mother of two


On remote Kinatarcan Island, devastated by Typhoon Haiyan, families had been waiting days for help to arrive. In the aftermath of the historic storm, there's no potable waterno electricity, and 75% of homes are critically damaged or completely destroyed

But because of your past support to this project, Mercy Corps was able to mobilize quickly and our emergency response team was the first to reach this isolated island. Your generosity made it possible for us to distribute essential food packages to residents in the fishing village of Barangay Langub. Because of you, mothers of newborn babies were given towels and blankets. Because of you, children now have safe water to drink. 

See firsthand how your donation is making a difference for thousands of Typhoon Haiyan survivors in this short video.

Watch your thank you video!

Mercy Corps' team of seasoned emergency responders is focused on identifying gaps in assistance and reaching survivors in remote locations who have yet to receive critical help. While we address the immediate humanitarian needs, we are also working to help families begin rebuilding for the long term. 

None of this would be possible without your generous support. 

On behalf of families in the Philippines and around the world, thank you for being there

If you'd like donate directly to our GlobalGiving Philippines project page or learn more about our progress with improving lives, click here

Sincerely, 


Dan O’Neill
Mercy Corps Founder 

Barangay, Langub
Barangay, Langub
Food relief for mothers and young children
Food relief for mothers and young children

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Nov 26, 2013

Thank you, from the Philippines

Mothers recieve food, water and blankets
Mothers recieve food, water and blankets

"We are relying on the kind people who have given food to us on the island. Without these donations we would have nothing to eat. Thank you for coming to us… We are just trying to survive here."

Hani Pinton, mother of two


On remote Kinatarcan Island, devastated by Typhoon Haiyan, families had been waiting days for help to arrive. In the aftermath of the historic storm, there's no potable water, no electricity, and 75% of homes are critically damaged or completely destroyed.

But because of you, our emergency response team was the first to reach this isolated island. Your generosity made it possible for us to distribute essential food packages to residents in the fishing village of Barangay Langub. Because of you, mothers of newborn babies were given towels and blankets. Because of you, children now have safe water to drink.

See firsthand how your donation is making a difference for thousands of Typhoon Haiyan survivors in this short video.

Watch your thank you video!

Mercy Corps' team of seasoned emergency responders is focused on identifying gaps in assistance and reaching survivors in remote locations who have yet to receive critical help. While we address the immediate humanitarian needs, we are also working to help families begin rebuilding for the long term.

None of this would be possible without your generous support.

On behalf of families in the Philippines, and everyone at Mercy Corps, thank you for being there.

Sincerely,


Dan O’Neill
Mercy Corps Founder 


Barangay, Langub
Barangay, Langub
Food relief for mothers and their young children
Food relief for mothers and their young children

Links:

Nov 14, 2013

Your support changes lives

Ti Bwa, Haiti
Ti Bwa, Haiti

Thank you for your support. Because you have put your caring into action, we are able to make a positive impact on families' lives in Haiti, providing 429,000 people with access to clean drinking water and transforming the lives of farmers with soil conservation. To show our appreciation, we'd like to share a video depicting the incredible work you and your fellow donors accomplish in Haiti and around the world.

See it here!

Together, we help people turn the crises they confront into the opportunities they deserve.

On behalf of the families you help around the world - thank you.

With gratitude,

Carlene Deits


 

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