wsoctv.com: “Indonesia tsunami — here’s how to help with relief efforts”

wsoctv.com: “Indonesia tsunami — here’s how to help with relief efforts”

According to Nugroho, the European Union and 10 countries have offered aid, including the United States, Australia and China. But as hospitals continue to become overwhelmed and desperation for basics like food, water and fuel intensifies, more help is urgently needed.

How to help relief efforts in Indonesia:

You can donate funds to a variety of nonprofits and aid organizations working to help Indonesia recover.

Islamic Relief USA: The organization aimed at eradicating poverty has an Indonesia earthquake relief fund.

Bustle: How To Help Indonesia After An Earthquake Leaves Hundreds Dead

Bustle: How To Help Indonesia After An Earthquake Leaves Hundreds Dead

Bustle reports that On Friday, as the city of Palu prepared for a beach festival, a 7.5-magnitude earthquake struck Sulawesi, a central island in Indonesia, followed by a massive tsunami, leaving at least 384 people dead, according to the Indonesia National Disaster and Mitigation Agency. Here's how to help Indonesia after the earthquake and tsunami.

DallasNews.com: “Helping neighbors in need”

DallasNews.com: “Helping neighbors in need”

Amna Siddiqui, a volunteer from the Valley Ranch Islamic Center, assisted a man last week during Islamic
Relief USA’s Day of Dignity at the Martin Luther King Jr. Center in Dallas. The event provided food, clothing,
blankets and other items, as well as medical and other services, to people in need.

Denver.cbslocal.com: ” Muslim Community Hosts ‘Day Of Dignity’: ‘We Want Them To Build Bridges’ “

Denver.cbslocal.com: ” Muslim Community Hosts ‘Day Of Dignity’: ‘We Want Them To Build Bridges’ “

DENVER(CBS4)– A community came together Saturday to help the homless and let them know they’re not alone. Muslim Family Services hosted the Day of Dignity..