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Aid and Thoughts for Those Lost in South Asia

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Posted by: Melissa
December 27, 2004, 10:32 PM

We've watched the news of the devastating South Asian tsunamis with mounting horror and know that you have, too. We know our readers in that region are few, but pray that they are all safe and sound. Our prayers are with the victims and their families.
For a time TLC's pages will host links to several organizations you can go to if you want to help aid the survivors and victims' families; editor Heidi has put together a few more that are below. If you choose to send help to any relief organization, choose the recipient carefully and wisely. Take a few moments to check the history practises of the intended charitable organization. While we can't endorse any agency officially, we feel these are some of the most useful links for you to visit to get an idea of how you can help. Safety and peace to all in the new year.


The Penang Office of Human Development is asking for volunteer help
Oxfam (UK)
Oxfam (America)
British Red Cross
American Red Cross
International Red Cross
International Rescue Corps
Give.org
Doctors Without Borders
American Friends Service Committee
Care
Mercy Corps

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