Providing Fuel Relief in Ukraine Hurricane Maria, Puerto Rico, 2017 Hurricane Sandy, New Jersey, 2012 Typhoon Haiyan, Philippines, 2013

Fuel Relief Fund

Org #8287
Vetted since 2011 Effective Nonprofit
2009
year founded
$729,831
raised on GlobalGiving
10
years fundraising
17
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

Fuel Relief Fund's mission is to reduce human suffering in the wake of natural disasters and during complex emergencies by addressing critical fuel supply and access challenges.

Projects (19)

Providing Fuel Relief in Ukraine
Ukraine / Disaster Response
2500 Gallons to Refuel Lives
United States / Disaster Response
Fuel Relief for Nepal
Nepal / Disaster Response
FUEL RELIEF - HURRICANE IRMA
United States / Disaster Response
FUEL RELIEF - HURRICANE MARIA
Puerto Rico / Disaster Response
Emergency Fuel for Mozambique
Mozambique / Disaster Response
 
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Project Leaders
Lidewij Honcharik
Lidewij Honcharik
Sarah Kruger
Sarah Kruger
Kate Bickford
Kate Bickford
Team
Sarah Kruger
Organization Information
5230 Wilson Street
PO Box 1092, Riverside, CA 92502
Riverside, CA 92509
United States
909-322-1481
Organization Information
5230 Wilson Street
PO Box 1092, Riverside, CA 92502
Riverside, CA 92509
United States
909-322-1481

Project Reports

Each of GlobalGiving’s nonprofit partners is required to send quarterly donor reports detailing the impact of their work. Here are some of their recent updates:

May 13, 2022
Update on FRF's Work at Home and Abroad
Over the last six months, Fuel Relief Fund has been hard at work helping those affected by disasters both on our doorstep and on the other side of the globe. Here's what we've been up to: In December,...
Feb 18, 2022
Thank You for Supporting Our Hurricane Ida Response
On September 13th, 2021, Fuel Relief Fund wrapped up our Hurricane Ida response in Louisiana. With the money raised, we were able to give away 32,914 gallons of free fuel to the public and...
Sep 9, 2021
FRF Responds to Hurricane Ida
On August 29th, Hurricane Ida made landfall in southern Louisiana as a Category 4 storm, making it the 5th strongest hurricane to hit the USA on record. Heavy rainfall, 150 mph winds, and...
 
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