Our Disaster Relief Fund was created as a response to global humanitarian and environmental crises. This fund has supported a variety of international and domestic campaigns for disaster relief and recovery. Some of our larger campaigns have reacted to crises in Syria, Haiti, Gaza, and Japan, and not only focus on immediate relief but also aid with long-term recovery.
Current Campaign: Morocco and Libya Relief
The devastating floods in Libya, resulting from a dam bursting during a severe storm, have caused widespread destruction throughout the country. Over 11,000 lives have been lost, with countless more families now left without shelter, food and access to clean water.
100% of your donation to CAAP’s Disaster Relief Fund, plus an additional 50 cents to the dollar match, will provide vital assistance to Libyans enduring this crisis. These funds will be granted to UNICEF, a trusted organization we’ve identified that can bring relief into Libya, facilitating the distribution of emergency medical supplies, clothing, hygiene kits and other necessities to those affected.
As we witness the devastating climate catastrophes in the region, we hope you will extend a helping hand and offer hope to those who find themselves in the midst of this dire situation.Give to This Fund
Our hearts go out to the people of Morocco who were hit by a horrific 6.8 magnitude earthquake and a 4.9 magnitude aftershock just 20 minutes later, killing more than 2,600 people, wounding thousands more and shaking entire cities to the ground.
As the disaster leaves countless families vulnerable, we are launching a campaign to bring immediate support. Multiply the impact of your gift by giving to the Disaster Relief Fund at CAAP, where 100% of your donation, with an additional 50 cents to the dollar match, will be granted to World Central Kitchen, who is delivering fresh meals, including sandwiches, fruit and water, to the hardest hit communities.
When you give through CAAP’s Disaster Relief Fund, you make a larger impact on supporting families who have lost their homes, livelihoods and loved ones.Give to This Fund
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