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IDRF Emergency Response Fund

23 April, 2015 Emergency Response
Donation : $15,687/ READ MORE
When a disaster strikes, we need to act quickly. Emergency Response Fund enables us to rapidly assess a disaster or conflict situation and immediately respond to emergencies, providing timely, life-saving aid to survivors.

Wherever people need a lifeline. IDRF has worked in 4 continents for more than 3 decades.

As many as we can. Our helping hand is extended without discrimination to those in greatest need.

By donating to IDRF’s S.O.S. Response fund and enabling us to give emergency aid as swiftly as possible.

During a humanitarian crisis, IDRF teams assess impact, connect with local partners, and plan for action. For smaller disasters or underfunded appeals, IDRF mobilizes the Emergency Response Fund to ensure a rapid allocation of funds, bringing aid to communities right away.

While some disasters receive a high public profile and are well-funded, many smaller crises or protracted conflicts fail to gather global attention and limited funds can mean dangerous delays. Your generous support means that no family has to wait for lifesaving assistance.

Donate today to IDRF’s Emergency Response Fund, and save a life tomorrow. You can learn more about IDRF’s approach to humanitarian aid on our Emergency Response page.

Note: At IDRF we are committed to managing your funds and being accountable to you as our donors with full transparency. To do this, we are committed to ensuring that the funds you have selected are designated to the appropriate country. In the event IDRF receives funds that cannot be designated to the country selected, then please know that the funds will be redirected to support other vulnerable communities that are in urgent need.


Related Causes

As we focus on preventing the spread of COVID-19, our global communities’ response must support and encompass the needs of all populations, including those forced to flee their homes around the world.

As a direct result of the brutal oppression against Uyghur Turks, tens of thousands of Uyghur Turk families have fled to Turkey for their safety. Most of them are living in primitive conditions around Istanbul, Kayseri, Eskisehir and Ankara provinces.
Over 20 million people in Yemen, two thirds of the population, are in risk of serious health conditions or even death due to severe food insecurity.

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