Emergency Response

When it comes to disasters, whether natural or man-made, there’s no time to waste. You can provide immediate aid to communitites in need.

Million people are pushed into poverty due to natural disasters.

Severe climate shocks threaten to roll back decades of progress against poverty. Storms, floods, and droughts have dire human and economic consequences, with poor people often paying the heaviest price.” — Jim Kim, Former World Bank President

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Afghanistan Emergency

The humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan worsens after extreme civil unrest in the past few weeks. There is an urgent need for food and basic necessities at the moment.

Haiti Earthquake Emergency

Over 1,200 people have died and close to 6,000 people have been injured. The death toll is expected to rise with immediate need for food, water, shelter, and basic necessities.

Palestinian Emergency Response

Over 25 worshippers have died with hundreds more injured as violence continues t the sacred Al Aqsa mosque, throughout Gaza and West Bank.

India COVID-19 Emergency

Over 400,000 new daily infections has broken India’s healthcare system, and oxygen supplies remain critically low. With your help, we can provide oxygen machines that are desperately needed to save lives along with medicine and PPE. Give today!

Rohingya Fires Emergency

Deadly fires have taken lives of Rohingya refugees, destroyed shanties (shelter tents), 45,000 rohingya refugees have been displaced, at least 15 have died and over 400 remain unaccounted for. There is an immediate need for food, water, hygiene products, new clothes and family shelters.

Yemen Emergency

The blockade on Gaza has led to shortages of basic items such as food and fuel, leading to a humanitarian disaster.

Coronavirus Emergency

The virus continues to spread globally and across the United States. As of March 27, there were over 500,000 confirmed cases worldwide and over 80,000 in the USA (more than any other country). Here and across the world, we are responding by providing families in need with access to food, hygiene products, protective equipment and financial assistance in the form of Hardship Grants.

Gaza Emergency

The blockade on Gaza has led to shortages of basic items such as food and fuel, leading to a humanitarian disaster.

Rohingya: The World's Forgotten People

Nearly 1 Million Rohingya have fled to neighbouring Bangladesh following violence in Myanmar. Penny Appeal USA has been working with refugees in the make-shift camps to provide food, clean water, medical kits and examinations, and shelter.