TO HELP THE TSUNAMI VICTIMS
making a donation to any one of the following humanitarian
organizations. Thank You!
1200 Galveston Ave., Pittsburgh, PA 15233,
Brother's Brother Foundation
is helping survivors of the tsunami in South Asia.
BBF plans to assist in India & Sri Lanka and
is offering to provide medications, including pediatric and
adult antibiotics and anti malaria drugs, immediately. BBF
is requesting financial support to send these emergency medications
as quickly as possible.
BBF, a 47-year old Pittsburgh-based
international charity, has provided over $1.4 billion of medical
supplies, textbooks, food, seeds, and other humanitarian supplies
to people around the world in over 120 countries.
Magazine, the national business periodical, listed Brother's
Brother Foundation as the only charity to receive 100% and/or
higher rating in all three categories in special issue, 2005
Investment Guide Charity on newsstands, Monday, December 13,
The issue lists 200
charities, rating them on how efficiently they collect and
distribute donations. Brother's Brother
Foundation received 100% rating or higher in all three evaluating
categories. The categories included charitable commitment,
donor dependency and fundraising efficiency. Read
the Article in Forbes Magazine
P.O. Box 1856, Merrifield, VA 22116-8056, 888-392-0392
Providing Medical Relief
Worldwide: Doctors Without Borders (Médecins
Sans Frontières, also known as MSF) delivers emergency
aid to victims of armed conflict, epidemics, and natural and
man-made disasters, and to others who lack health care due
to social or geographical isolation.
Sunday, January 2, 2005
– In addition to its mobile medical teams in Banda Aceh,
Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières
(MSF) yesterday also brought a mobile clinic to the remote
costal town of Lhok Timon. The team was dropped by helicopter,
with materials for medical consultations as well as 120 kilos
of rice for the 1,500 people in the town.
P.O. Box 9716, Federal Way, WA 95063-9716,
Who We Are: World
Vision is a Christian relief and development organization
dedicated to helping children and their communities worldwide
reach their full potential by tackling the causes of poverty.
World Vision Sets $50
Million Goal for Asia Disaster: Humanitarian leader
will travel to region on Monday; relief supplies being airlifted
December 31, 2004 –
LOS ANGELES – World Vision, the Christian humanitarian
organization, has set a $50 million goal to help the victims
of the Asia disaster, the largest single commitment in the
organization's 54-year history."This is the greatest
human emergency of our time," says World Vision International
President Dean R. Hirsch, who will leave Monday, January 3,
to survey damage and direct World Vision's short- and long-term