We’d like to thank you for your support of Mary Ann and survivors like her.
Because of you, we’ll be able to help Mary Ann get on the road to recovery. Not only will your gift help us meet survivors immediate needs - like medical care, food, and drinking water - it will also help Mary Ann and others like her restart their businesses.
We’re committed to staying Tacloban for as long as survivors like Mary Ann need us, but without your generosity we would be helpless. Thanks so much!
We’ll keep updating you about Mary Ann and survivors like her right here on GlobalGiving. If you ever have any questions about how we're using your donation, please email Emma@IDVolunteers.org. We’d love to hear from you!
Thanks again, and very kind regards!
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