Please Help Me, Will You?

Please Help Me, Will You?

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Hello friends! I wish you had an amazing Friday 13th. I am not superstitious at all, but if you are I hope you had a great day.  On this occasion, I wanted to write about all the natural disasters that have been happening around the world. I have been addressing all of them in my Instagram (@merlotandchat).  I shared the ways that you can help those that are in need. It’s really heartbreaking to see someone that needs help and not being able to seek any from the surroundings. That’s is why I decided to write this blog post, so you can lend a helpful hand to the victims of hurricanes and earthquakes. Moreover, you can donate to the victims of Las Vegas shooting. I can’t even think about how many people are in need. We need to send tons of prayers and love to get rid off all the hatred in this world.

Therefore, I did some research and I found several trusted websites that you can easily donate to these causes. I am not asking you to donate hundreds or thousands of dollars, but you can donate simply one dollar. Trust me, that makes a tremendous difference! The world needs us right now and this is a beautiful way that we can express how much we care for each other. So, without further ado, let me share with you the links for these donations:

Hurricane Harvey Online Donations:

American Red Cross

GoFundME Hurricane Harvey Donations

Online website links were taken from article on The New York Times

If you’d like to help children affected by hurricane Harvey, you can do so at UNICEF USA

Hurricane Irma Online Donations:

UNICEF USA

American Red Cross

Save The Children

Hurricane Maria Online Donations:

UNICEF USA

American Red Cross

GoFundMe

Unidos por Puerto Rico

You can read this article on The New York Times to donate on other sites.

Earthquake Mexico Online Donations:

UNICEF USA

Mexican Red Cross

Las Vegas Shooting Victims Online Donations:

GoFundMe

I hope you send some love to those in need. You can avoid online scams if you read this page and don’t forget to check out these charity tips from the FTC. Please remember how the Spanish saying goes: “Hoy por ti, mañana por mi.” If you have any questions or comments you can do so in the comment section below. Remember to follow me @merlotandchat on all my social media channels! Please be gracious and humble wherever you go!

 

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