Support the Turkey & Syria Earthquake Recovery Fund
September #Match4Recovery Campaign
Give now and double your impact! All new and increased gifts during September will be matched dollar-for-dollar by a generous anonymous donor. Gifts can be made through this form, by mail or by texting MATCH4RECOVERY to 707070. For questions about the matching gift campaign, email email@example.com.
The Center for Disaster Philanthropy’s Turkey & Syria Earthquake Recovery Fund is having a direct and significant impact on earthquake-affected families as they work to rebuild and recover from the devastating earthquakes that shook Turkey and Syria starting on Feb. 6, 2023, and destroyed whole towns and cities along the Turkey/Syria border.
With an intersectional racial equity lens and an emphasis on medium- and long-term recovery, CDP expert staff have been on the ground speaking to earthquake-affected communities, families, businesses and humanitarian response agencies to hear directly from them what their recovery needs are and to identify gaps in the recovery. This helps CDP make the best decisions and direct financial and technical support where it is needed most.
You can be confident that your gift will make a real difference and have the maximum impact possible.
Thank you for helping earthquake-affected families and those most marginalized and underserved by society recover and rebuild their lives with dignity!
To make a gift by mail, please send a check or money order to:
Center for Disaster Philanthropy
One Thomas Circle, NW, Suite 700
Washington, DC 20005
To make a donation using cryptocurrency, please use this form hosted by our partner Endaoment.
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(Photo: A distant excavator works on loading and clearing rubble in Antakya, Turkey. This was once a booming metro area with housing and retail shops. Photo by Adrian Greer)