Turn the Tide on Typhoon Devastation

In the northwest Pacific Ocean, Typhoon Haiyan...

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After most natural disasters it is inspiring to see the world come together to assist those in need.  Having served as a Red Cross volunteer after Hurricane Ike in Galveston, Texas I saw firsthand how natural disasters often do bring out the best in people.

In this spirit, the New York Times has rounded up some of the organizations that are helping the thousands of people affected by the typhoon in the Philippines.  Take a look at their round up and head on over to Resources Now to see a list of additional organizations not only providing financial aid, but assisting people in locating their missing family members as well.

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Andrea Perri

I came to Campaign Consultation with a strong background in social work and community organizing. I am also a former Peace Corps health volunteer who served in The Gambia working on maternal and child health care projects.In my role as Project Specialist, I assist with project research, content development and other support for the Social Innovation Fund, George Washington University Freshman Day of Service and other projects.Read more.

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