Pakistan Flood Relief

3:10 AM Jen Brockwell 1 Comments

Monsoon rains have caused the worst flooding in Pakistan in 80 years, submerging roads and bridges and cutting off survivors from critical supplies of medicine, food and clean water. 20 million people have been affected by this disaster - more than the number of people affected by the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami, Hurricane Katrina, and the 2010 Haiti earthquake combined. This includes 1.5 million Afghan refugees living in Monsoon struck areas. MFR is partnering with UNHCR the UN Refugee Agency to help provide shelter and supplies to those in need. Click on the Donate button to the left and 100% of your donations will help survivors in Pakistan, MFR is matching individual donations up to $10,000 for this recovery effort.

You can make a donation to help victims of the Pakistan Floods today. Go to www.musicforrelief.org/donate. 100% of your donations will help survivors in Pakistan; MFR is matching individual donations up to $10,000 for this recovery effort.

Or you can easily support MFR’s Pakistan Flood Relief on Socialvibe.com. Go to http://www.socialvibe.com/musicforrelief and complete the activities there. That way, even if you are unable to make a financial donation, you can still help.

1 comment:

  1. Poor Pakistan.... That realy touched me.....

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