Mexico Earthquake Relief Fund

Mexico City earthquake damage
On Tuesday, Sept. 19, a magnitude 7.1 earthquake hit central Mexico. The quake caused 38 buildings to collapse and took out more than 40 percent of power in Mexico City alone. At least 330 casualties have been reported, including 19 schoolchildren. Rescuers continue to work quickly to clear the rubble and locate survivors.
 
This quake came on the heels of an 8.1 magnitude quake that hit the country’s southern coast earlier this month and killed more than 90 people. 
 
Among the most needed supplies are water, medicines, blankets and more. Our charity partners are working to provide relief to those affected.

Please donate to Global Impact’s Mexico Earthquake Relief Fund to provide much-needed funding for these relief efforts. 

Charities partners preparing to respond include:

American Jewish World Service
AmeriCares
Direct Relief
Feeding My Starving Children
International Medical Corps
Oxfam America
Pan American Development Foundation
Project HOPE
Salvation Army World Service Office
Save the Children
SOS Children's Villages - USA
UNICEF
World VIsion
 

Donations to this fund will support some or all of these charities. DONATE NOW to help those suffering from the Mexico earthquake.