Standing With Those Affected by Super Typhoon Haiyan

$18,540 from 98 donors (including match) $20,000 goal
Where does my money go?
Your donations will support MercyCorps, which will initially address the need for clean water, sanitation, temporary shelter and food. In the coming weeks, they will focus on long term disaster relief (rebuilding infrastructure).
How do I know my money will make a difference?
MercyCorps will provide all donors with a story and a photo about someone in the Philippines that benefited from the presence of the aid organization.
Will my gift be matched?
Concur will match the total donations received through Friday, November 29 up to the first $50,000 (USD).
Will I get a receipt?
Yes. You will receive a receipt for your tax-deductible donation directly from SeeYourImpact.

All donations supportMercyCorps as they help the people of the Philippines recover from this storm

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Super Typhoon Haiyan wrought havoc on islands throughout the Philippines. All of our colleagues in Manila are safe, but the lives of many of their relatives and fellow citizens have been torn apart. Clean water and food are in short supply. Roads are blocked or washed away.

We have so much to give thanks for these days and so much power to do good. We are in a position to help those that find themselves without a home — without loved ones. As one community, Concur can help those affected by the storm recover and rebuild. Give today — we need your help to make a difference!

Read stories of real lives changed

Super Typhoon Haiyan

One of the strongest storms ever recorded, Super Typhoon Haiyan has displaced roughly 600,000 people in the Philippines. The scale is hard to fathom and the recovery effort will be immense. Survivors face the threat of infectious diseases ranging from cholera to typhoid fever. Sanitation systems are overwhelmed or dysfunctional. Clean water is in scarce supply. This is a vital time to help those affected by Haiyan and prevent a second wave of disaster from disease.
Source: New York Times and The Atlantic

Please give and support MercyCorps as they respond to this disaster. This is our chance to make a difference with one unified voice — help today!