September 12, 2017
Super Source, Inc. Asks For You To Help
September 12th, 2017: Atlanta, Georgia – Super Source Inc. (https://www.supersourceinc.com) wants to let you know how you can help the victims of Hurricane Irma.
Below are some of the organizations where you can direct your dollars:
UNICEF USA is targeting children impacted by Irma. They are on the ground with staff and equipment for water treatment, hygiene and more within the Caribbean.
Catholic Relief Services is soliciting donations to respond to Irma and Hurricane Jose for people in Haiti, the Dominican Republic, Cuba and other Caribbean Islands.
World Vision is providing immediate supplies as well as long-term aid to families along Irma’s path. The Christian humanitarian organization says 90% of a donation goes directly to help those impacted.
The Red Cross, says it has mobilized its second massive hurricane response in two weeks and is providing critical aid for Irma and Harvey victims.
PayPal has launched a disaster relief campaign and says it has waived processing costs to ensure that 100% of donations go toward the effort.
Habitat for Humanity is working with its local offices in Florida and the Caribbean to inspect damage from Irma. The group is helping families clean up after both Harvey and Irma and will help with rebuilding efforts. Donations can be made at habitat.org/hurricanes or by calling 1-800-HABITAT.
The Salvation Army has mobilized Harvey and Irma relief teams to provide meals, shelter and emotional and spiritual care, the organization says.