When it comes to disasters, whether natural or man-made, there’s no time to waste. You can provide immediate aid to communitites in need.
Severe climate shocks threaten to roll back decades of progress against poverty. Storms, floods, and droughts have dire human and economic consequences, with poor people often paying the heaviest price.” — Jim Kim, Former World Bank President
2023 Cox's Bazar Fire Emergency
A fire ravaged the Kutupalong Rohingya refugee camp in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, on March 5, leaving over 12,000 families homeless. The fire also destroyed 90 buildings including hospitals and schools.
Türkiye & Syria Earthquake Emergency
Help Penny Appeal USA provide emergency relief to the most vulnerable in Türkiye and Syria after two devastating earthquakes in struck the region in February.
Winter Emergency 2022-2023
This winter, millions of vulnerable families across the world are facing freezing temperatures without warm food, adequate clothing, or blankets.
Pakistan Flood Relief
Monsoon rains and flash flooding in Pakistan have taken the lives of almost 500 people over the past 7 weeks. Tens of thousands of homes have been damaged or completely destroyed, and those affected are in dire need of aid.
Airstrikes on Gaza have killed more than 30 people now, including 6 children across Gaza. Over 250 have been injured.
To Somalia, with Love
With another failed rainy season, Somalia faces a historic drought and looming famine. But livestock and agriculture offer a critical path to meeting nutritional needs and generating income. What if we could increase access to opportunities in these sectors?
A 5.9-magnitude earthquake has killed over 1000 people and has left over 1600 injured. As Afghans search for survivors, each minute is critical for survival. Help us provide life-saving aid now.
Bangladesh Floods: Emergency Response
It is one of the worst floods in 122 years. 4.3 million people are in need of humanitarian aid, including 1.6 million children. There is an immediate need for food, water purification tablets, emergency hygiene kits, and shelter.
Philippines Typhoon Emergency
Over 400 people have died and close to 638,000 people have been displaced. There is an immediate need for food and water.
The human cost
There are already more climate refugees in the world than refugees created by conflict. Join the race for climate relief to build back a better and more sustainable world for tomorrow
Haiti Earthquake Emergency
Over 1,200 people have died and close to 6,000 people have been injured. The death toll is expected to rise with immediate need for food, water, shelter, and basic necessities.
India COVID-19 Emergency
Over 400,000 new daily infections has broken India’s healthcare system, and oxygen supplies remain critically low. With your help, we can provide oxygen machines that are desperately needed to save lives. Give today!
Rohingya Fires Emergency
Deadly fires have devastated Rohingya refugees, destroyed shelter tents, 45,000 Rohingya refugees have been displaced, at least 15 have died and over 400 remain unaccounted for. There is an immediate need for food and family shelters.
Yemen May Be Facing the Greatest Famine in Our Lifetime.
Yemen, one of the world’s poorest countries, is facing catastrophic famine — perhaps the worst in our lifetimes according to one of the UN’s Humanitarian Coordinators, Mark Lowcock. Our teams have been working in Yemen since late 2016 providing humanitarian aid and relief.
Here and across the world, we are responding to COVID-19 by providing families in need with access to food, hygiene products, protective equipment and financial assistance.
The blockade on Gaza has led to shortages of basic items such as food and fuel, leading to a humanitarian disaster.