CURRENT FUND RAISING CAMPAIGN: HAITI
If you would like to help our work to support those displaced in Haiti and surrounding islands following Hurricane Matthew, please go to our donation website. (Please mention your name, or your organisations name, as the reference and mention Hurricane Matthew Appeal)
The assessment visit to Haiti (1/11/16)
Urgent Appeal – Hurricane Matthew, Haiti (12/10/16)
PREVIOUS FUND RAISING CAMPAIGN: ECUADOR
If you would like to help our work to support those displaced in Ecuador following the earthquake, please go to our dedicated donation website.
Urgent Appeal – Ecuador Earthquake (13/7/16)
PREVIOUS FUND RAISING CAMPAIGN: FIJI
If you would like to help our work to support those displaced in Fiji following Cyclone Winston, please go to our dedicated donation website.
Final stages of main deployment in Fiji (13/4/16)
DARTs completing active planning phase (22/3/16)
PREVIOUS FUND RAISING CAMPAIGN: NEPAL
SUPPORTING EARTHQUAKE IN NEPAL: 25 April 2014
Further details are under Deployment News:
Uses for Tent: Supporting schools with clean water and with classrooms, hostels and administrative centres (23/6/15)
Uses for Tent: New Birthing Facility (18/6/15)
Phase 2 of Stage 1 of the Deployment in Nepal (04/6/15)
It’s the People who Matter (28/5/15)
First Days of the Deployment in Nepal (18/5/15)
Disaster Aid Response Team (DART) in play for Nepal (14/5/15)
Nepal Hit By Another Earthquake (12/5/15)
URGENT APPEAL – Nepal Earthquake (4/5/15)
When we are not running campaigns for specific disasters, our focus our focus is on raising funds to replenish our stocks of LifeBoxes, Family Survival Kits etc , so that we are ready for future disasters.
Fund raising campaigns that have run this year have been for the Philippines Campaign(Typhoon Haiyan) and Clean Water Campaign (Syria). No specific campaign is running at present as our focus is on replenishing stocks after the Philippines Campaign.
We like our donors to understand that funds provided before a disaster have a much bigger impact as it means that we can deploy with more aid more quickly.