The best way to help those affected by a humanitarian crisis is by donating money rather than goods. Financial donations help support communities in crisis and in the immediate aftermath of a disaster. Financial donations are also critical for longer-term recovery efforts—they can respond to changing needs as people move to safety, resettle, or rebuild.
Conflict continues to escalate in Israel and Palestine, and thousands of innocent civilians have been killed, injured, or taken hostage. Millions are facing a devastating humanitarian crisis in Gaza with a dire need for aid. Your donation to the Israel-Palestine Crisis Relief Fund will provide emergency relief and long-term support to people in need.
A powerful earthquake hit Morocco on Sept. 8, killing more than 2,800 people, injuring thousands more, and causing widespread damage. Your donation to the Morocco Earthquake Relief Fund will provide emergency relief and long-term support to affected communities.
The worst wildfires in Hawaii's history have caused more than 100 deaths, left dozens injured, and reduced towns to ash. Dozens of people are missing. Strong winds from Hurricane Dora fueled the flames in Maui and the Big Island. Your donation to the Hawaii Wildfire Relief Fund will support wildfire relief and recovery efforts in affected communities.
Russia has invaded Ukraine in the biggest state-against-state attack since World War II. Millions of civilians have been caught in the middle of a deadly war and humanitarian crisis, affecting generations of Ukrainians, including children and the elderly. Your donation to this fund will support Ukrainians in need, now and in the future, with a focus on the most vulnerable.