Monday, December 27, 2004

UPDATED: Tsunami Victim's Relief Aid

Scrappleface has this post regarding victims' relief aid for south Asia and areas hit by this weekend's deadly tsunami. Scott has a great many people will contribute to large orgs like the Red Cross, but if you're looking for a very experienced, efficient group that will also tell these folks about God, then these are some awesome Christian organizations to donate to.

Samaritan's Purse is an organization I have a permanent link to on the left side of my blog, and they are starting relief action right away. You can donate here

Please see Scott Ott's links in the above referenced article as well.

UPDATE: WorldVision has a place to donate for tsunami relief as well.

UPDATE: The South-East Asia Earthquake and Tsunami blog is up and running at TsunamiHelp. Go visit!!

And yet another UPDATE: I guess they'll accept aid from Christians at this point, but obviously not from Jewish volunteers. So religious bigotry outweighs the acceptance of aid in a world disaster? Nice. So why not the rejection of Christian aid? My guess is that it constitues too much of the aid they are receiveing, while the Jewish aid is small enough to reject without too much effect. Unbelievable.

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