Assisting Communities Affected by Earthquakes

Give to Those in Need

Earthquakes affect millions of people around the globe and can shatter communities in the blink of an eye. In times of devastation, we can come together to make a difference. Here’s how you can make an impact.


Donate to an AngeLink Fundraiser


Join hands with existing initiatives. Browse through our earthquake relief campaigns and contribute to the cause that resonates with you. Your support can provide immediate relief and long-term recovery.

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Make sure to include the following in your AngeLink fundraiser description:

  • Who is your fundraiser benefiting? If it is an organization, what is their mission?

  • How were they directly affected by this tragedy?

  • Where are they located?

  • How will the money raised be used?

Please note that if you’re raising funds for an individual or organization, you may be responsible for personally transferring funds raised to the beneficiary. If so, explain how the funds will be delivered to the beneficiary.

*AngeLink currently operates in the U.S.A and does not accept donations or fundraisers launched by individuals from locations outside of the U.S.A.


Earthquake Resource List


In the aftermath of an earthquake, access to resources is crucial. Here’s a list to aid victims.

In the event of a major earthquake, immediately contact local emergency services.

These organizations provide immediate disaster relief and support to earthquake victims around the world.

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FEMA provides disaster relief and assistance and support to victims in the United States.

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After an earthquake, finding temporary shelter is often a top priority. Check with local government agencies, community centers, and emergency shelters for assistance.

Local food banks, community organizations, and government agencies often provide food and water to disaster victims.

Local hospitals, clinics, and emergency medical services can provide medical care.

Coping with the aftermath of an earthquake can be emotionally challenging. Seek support for yourself, friends, or family from local mental health organizations or counselors.

Local, state, and national governments often have assistance programs in place for disaster victims. Check with your local authorities for details.

If you have earthquake insurance, contact your insurance provider to initiate the claims process.

Local community organizations and volunteers often play a crucial role in disaster recovery efforts.

In case of separation from family members, websites and services like the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) can help with reunification.

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Safety List


Prioritizing safety during and after an earthquake is vital. Here’s a checklist to help you protect yourself and your loved ones:

  • Drop, cover, and hold on.
  • Stay indoors, away from windows, glass, and heavy objects.
  • If outdoors, find an open area, away from buildings, trees, and power lines.

  • Check for injuries and administer first aid.
  • Be cautious of aftershocks.
  • Listen to local authorities for updates and evacuation instructions.

We’re committed to standing together with earthquake victims and survivors. By spreading awareness, contributing to fundraisers, and providing essential resources, we can provide necessary support. Stay informed, make a difference.

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Start an AngeLink fundraiser to get the help you need for yourself or others in the aftermath of an earthquake. We’re here to support our AngeLink community when they need it most.

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