Thursday, December 30, 2004

Tsunami aid

CNN has the following useful list of international aid organizations are accepting donations to help victims of the powerful earthquake and resulting tsunamis that caused widespread destruction in parts of Asia and Africa.

AmeriCaresexternal link

Action Against Hungerexternal link

ADRA Internationalexternal link

American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, Inc.external link

Association for India's Developmentexternal link

CAREexternal link

Catholic Relief Servicesexternal link

Christian Children's Fundexternal link

Church World Serviceexternal link

Direct Relief Internationalexternal link

Doctors Without Bordersexternal link

Food for the Hungry, Inc.external link

International Aidexternal link

International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societiesexternal link

International Medical Corpsexternal link

International Rescue Committeeexternal link

Lutheran World Reliefexternal link

MAP Internationalexternal link

Mercy Corpsexternal link

Network for Goodexternal link

Operation USAexternal link

Oxfam Americaexternal link

Plan USAexternal link

Project Concern Internationalexternal link

Save the Children USAexternal link

UNICEFexternal link

U.N. World Food Programmeexternal link

World Concernexternal link





Alice sent a message with another org:

The Northwest Atlantic Marine Alliance (NAMA) in Saco, ME is a community fisheries organization of which Stonington Fisheries Alliance is a member. NAMA has started a fund called The NAMA-Relief Effort. It will focus primarily on the families of fishermen in Asia who have been affected by the disaster. Information on the fund can be found on the NAMA website: www.namanet.org or by mailing a check to NAMA Relief Fund, 200 Main Street, Saco, ME 04072. (source: Robin Alden, Penobscot East Resource Center)

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