Those in America can TXT "SWAT" to 50555 and it will give $10 dollars to UNHCR-PK. Otherwise, please donate via any of the organizations listed here.
You can also contribute to the MercyCorps initiative Relief4Pakistan.
As usual, I can whole-heartedly recommend EDHI, though they are not online.
These friends are doing work on the ground. Ramazan Flood Relief.
If you are in Pakistan/Non-USA, you can also contribute to this effort by SA Relief and donate specifically to them:
To that end, SA Relief operating under the aiegus of Paksef has joined hands with Motorclub of Pakistan, and Off-Roaders Pakistan to collect funds for flood relief victims starting with areas surrounding Moro, Sindh by distributing care packets.
Each care packet will contain 20 kg flour, 2 kg dal, 1 kg oil, and 3 kg rice,. Based on current market rates each packet will costs 920 PKR (Pakistani Rupees), that is around 13 USD (U.S. Dollars).
What we need is your help in raising funds, please donate generously.
Donations can be made one of two ways:
By depositing into MOTORSPORTS CLUB PAKISTAN account at Samba Bank Ltd. in Karachi. A/C#06500379349 or ChipIn via PayPal:
You should also see the Donor Factsheet on Pakistan by Global Humanitarian Fund which dramatically highlights how little humanitarian aid actually flows into Pakistan from "official" sites. Which is what makes efforts, such as this, relying on individuals donating to international or national organizations all the more valuable.
Spread the word. Donate. Please.
You are doing a great effort and may God reward you for it. Diya Pakistan is also helping Flood Victims in Pakistan, please include the website in your article as well. Best Regards, Mahmood Yaqub
Good info here. You can also add Helping Hand (http://www.helpinghandonline.org) and Islamic Relief to the list of organizations.
I am writing to inform you that Asia Society NY will be hosting Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi, Ambassador Richard Holbrooke, and USAID administrator Rajiv Shah tomorrow morning, August 19, at 8:30AM to discuss possible solutions and appeal for foreign aid for Pakistan's devastating floods. A link to the event is: http://asiasociety.org/events-calendar/pakistan-flood-response-event The event is also feature a free webcast that you can embed using the "share" tool. If this event appeals to you and your readers, I urge you to circulate this 'comment' along with the event listing to appeal for foreign aid for Pakistan. Asia Society greatly appreciates any and all your efforts. If you have any questions, please feel free to email me. Sincerely, Rafaya
We have also consolidated a list of all resources we have found so far and constantly updating as we're getting news of more. To see how you can comtribute via Text messages Viewing YouTube videos Purchasing charity songs Donating by cash on-line Donating items to individuals and organisations working for the Pakistan Floods Relief and more see this post: http://levelx.me/life/pakistan-floods-2010/
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