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donate to The Humanitarian Coalition

I just donated, to help our brothers and sisters in the Philippines. If this is not what our money is for, I don’t know what is. Please join me. Thanks! 

If you have not yet made a donation, your gift of $100, $150 or $250 today will help us continue our crucial response by providing health teams, mobile clinics and emergency supplies to hundreds of thousands.

Due to the sheer magnitude of this crisis, the Government of Canada will match your donation to provide even more life-saving support for Filipino children and their families.

Please act now.

Together, we can save more lives. Simply click here to donate!

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4 Responses to “donate to The Humanitarian Coalition”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Beth, on behalf of my people, thank you, thank you! May God bless you greatly.
    — Odette

  2. beth says:

    May your people, Odette, recover and thrive once more. My sympathies and love.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Thank you, Beth. I can't bear to look at the news reports without bursting in tears. The need is beyond dire. What we see on the broadcasts is mostly the hardest-hit city, but there are many other towns waiting for help. It'd be great if you could also let your readers know that they can also donate rewards points like Aeroplan, Airmiles, HBC, Shoppers Optimum. The Red Cross has a link:
    http://www.redcross.ca/donate/other-ways-to-donate/donate-loyalty-points
    Maraming salamat (Thank you so much)♥
    — Odette

  4. beth says:

    Will do, Odette. Again, our thoughts are with you and yours.

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