I’ll get back to the regular programming tomorrow, but let’s pause for a minute and turn our attention to something that’s really important.
Typhoon Haiyan hit the Philippines on Friday with 195-mph winds; it’s one of the strongest storms ever recorded, and officials are saying 10,000 may be dead. (For comparison’s sake, that’s about six times the death toll of Hurricane Katrina.) It also tore entire cities apart, driving hundreds of thousands from their homes—and it’s heading for Vietnam, weaker but still extremely strong, so the devastation may not be over.
The relief effort is already ongoing, but agencies need your support.
If you want to contribute financially to the cause, here are eight organizations currently organizing active relief efforts in response to the typhoon, to which you can contribute:
We’re a long way away from the Philippines and this is just a tiny blog, but if everyone who sees this clicks on one of those links and donates even a little bit, we can raise thousands of dollars easily.
This is the most important thing happening in the world right now, guys.http://chapelboro.com/columns/aaron-keck/how-to-help-after-typhoon-haiyan