FOREST, Va. (WSET) — World Help has activated its crisis response program to provide relief to those impacted by the deadly earthquake and tsunami in Indonesia.
“Aid supplies that have reached the stricken areas are a ‘drop in the bucket’ compared to the scale of destruction and need. The global community needs to come together and respond quickly to this disaster. Countless families are waiting for our help, and every minute matters,” said Vernon Brewer, founder and CEO of World Help.
The organization is providing emergency supplies such as food, water, medicine, and hygiene items to survivors.
You can learn about their efforts here.
Read more at World Help aiding those impacted in Indonesia.