Chile Earthquake: How to Help

People reach for goods thrown from a supermarket window during looting in Concepcion, Chile, March 1, 2010. (AP Photo/ Natacha Pisarenko) AP Photo/Natacha Pisarenko

Text Donations for Chile through one of several organizations via the Mobile Giving Foundation.

Text CHILE to 90999 to donate $10 to the Red Cross

Text CHILE to 23583 to donate $10 to Habitat for Humanity

Text CHILE to 20222 to donate $10 to World Vision

Text CHILE to 50555 to donate $10 to the Friends of World Food Program

Text CHILE to 52000 to donate $10 to the Salvation Army

Text REBUILD to 50555 to donate $10 to Operation USA

Text 4CHILE to 50555 to donate $10 to Convoy of Hope

Text CHILE to 864833 to give $10 to the United Way

Charitable Organizations Offering Aid to Chile
American Red Cross: Make a donationto the International Response Fund

The Salvation Army: The Salvation Army has pledged to give food, water and other resources for distribution in Chile. Make an online donationto the Salvation Army's Latin America Disaster Fund.

AmeriCares: Americares is sending a rapid response team to help provide disaster relief in Chile," says Christoph Gorder, Vice President of Emergency Response. "Medicines, medical supplies and other humanitarian aid are being readied for immediate shipment." Make an online donation to AmeriCares' Chilean Earthquake Fund.

World Vision: World Vision began distributing hundreds of blankets and some water containers to Santiago's earthquake survivors over the weekend, preparing to start an extensive response in the hardest-hit areas south of the capital. Many of the communities where we already work were close to the devastating quake's epicenter. Donate to World Vision's Disaster Response Fund.

United Way: United Way is working with its organization in Chile, Corporacion Sociedad Activa, and its community networks to respond to the devastation caused by Saturday's earthquake and to determine the most pressing long-term recovery needs. United Way will work with its local community networks to support long-term recovery and rebuilding in Chile and to meet the needs of Chileans affected by the disaster. Donate to United Way.


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