Our Initiatives

Emergency Relief

Three ways we help

natural disaster relief

natural disaster relief

terrorism relief

disaster relief terrorism/violence

medical emergency relief

Emergency Disaster Relief

Statistics related to natural disaster relief: In 2019, there were a total of 409 natural disaster events worldwide. The Asian Pacific region experienced the highest number of natural disasters, most likely due to its size and susceptibility.
Natural disasters affect almost every part of the world. In 2018, Indonesia faced the highest number of deaths in the world due to the earthquakes and tsunami that occurred there in September. In the United States that year, most of fatalities from natural disasters came from tropical cyclones, wildfires, heat, and drought. The most expensive natural disaster in the United States came from Hurricane Katrina in 2005 due to the destruction caused over a large area. In the decade 2010-2019, North American Hurricanes accounted for four out the five most costly natural disasters.

Statistics related to disaster relief terrorism/violence: The global terrorism index systematically ranks countries of the world according to their terrorist activity. Afghanistan ranked first on the global terrorism index with a score of 9.6 points, making it the country most affected by terrorism on Earth. In conclusion with the ranking, Afghanistan suffered from the most terrorist attacks in 2018, with 1,294 attacks and the most fatalities from terrorist attacks in 2018, with 9,961.The Global Terrorism Index is an annual ranking produced by the Institute for Economics and Peace. As even the definition of terrorism is hotly debated, it is essential to highlight that the methodologies used to measure terrorism are also contested. The Global Terrorism Index ranks 163 countries on four indicators weighted over five years. These four factors are: the number of terrorist incidents per year, the number of fatalities caused by terrorists per year, the number of injuries caused by terrorists per year, and total property damage caused by terrorism per year.

Medical emergencies include any medical need that a person may need that we try to help provide for. This includes helping people fundraise for a medical emergency for a family member, a friend, or even a stranger that we see a need for and want to help provide financial assistance for them. We have helped medical emergencies in Indonesia, Mexico, Uganda, and the United States and we continue to help new causes.