In September of 2022, the coasts of Atlantic Canada and Eastern Quebec were hit with a category 3 hurricane. This devastating event left thousands of people without power and hundreds without their homes. But you can help those affected. When you donate, you’re funding essential programs that provide food, shelter and hygiene products to those in need, as well as helping disaster relief teams provide on-the-ground assistance with the aftermath. Donate today to help those impacted by Hurricane Fiona.
Pakistan has experienced rainfall nearly three times higher than the country’s average amount since mid-June 2022. With the relentless rain and flooding, the number of lives impacted by this climate disaster is expected to increase. Children and families in Pakistan require life-saving supplies like food, tents, medicine, hygiene products, and clean drinking water. Help send emergency aid today.
Russia has begun a devastating invasion of Ukraine. Early reports from the United Nations estimate 5 million Ukrainians could be forced to flee the country if violence continues. Help send food, water, shelter, urgent medical care, and other basic necessities to those who remain in Ukraine and to those who have fled.
In response to the extreme flooding in southern British Columbia, the province has declared a state of emergency. Residents have been displaced from their homes to escape the waters while transportations routes have been disrupted all across British Columbia. Your help is needed to provide aid to those who have been evacuated and to help with rebuilding efforts. Give today to support flooding relief.
After 20 years of war, the Taliban have seized power in Afghanistan leaving thousands of Afghans fearing for the safety of their families. Women and children are particularly at risk during these uncertain times and humanitarian aid is urgently needed. Your donations will provide basic necessities such as food, clean water, medication, and safe shelter to the millions in need.
More than 4 million people have died from COVID-19, with over 200 million cases worldwide. Many low-income countries lack essential medication and medical equipment to tackle this deadly virus. Help fight COVID-19 by delivering vaccines and urgent medical relief to international countries as the pandemic continues.
Over 200 active wildfires are forcing evacuation orders across the province of British Columbia. Alerts for properties across British Columbia have placed hundreds of hectares and thousands of lives in danger. Latest reports indicate that the cost of fighting B.C. wildfires is already above $95 million before the fire season has peaked.
More than 20,000 people are displaced with limited access to clean water and food after the La Soufriere volcano erupted on the Caribbean island of St. Vincent. The UN warns that this crisis will last for months as explosions continue.
India is currently facing a dangerous surge in COVID-19 cases as the country struggles to cope during its second wave. With an average of 300,000 new daily cases, hospitals are overcrowded, oxygen is running out, critical medical supplies are dwindling, and frontline workers are at risk.
More than 200 people have been killed and an estimated 300,000 are now homeless due to a devastating explosion in Lebanon’s capital. Beirut desperately needs your help to provide essential food and shelter to thousands in need.
Canadian hospitals are stretched to their limit. Many parts of Canada are actively fighting a COVID-19 third wave. As the virus spreads and frontline workers continue to fight, your support is needed to save lives here at home.
Over 20 million people in Yemen are in desperate need of emergency aid. Ongoing civil war, desert locusts, flash floods and COVID-19 has created an unprecedented level of malnourishment across the country with very little resources.
Since 2011, an estimated 6.2 million Syrians have fled their homes, including 2.5 million children due to ongoing war. As the violence continues, your help is needed to send urgent relief to innocent Syrians caught in the crossfire.