Geneverse (formerly Generark)’s mission is to provide security and safety to you, your family, and your community through its emergency power supply generators.
For many, disasters don’t happen within their immediate communities, but they still want to help all those who are struggling in response to natural disasters and weather emergencies. If you’re able, a great way to help the greater community is to donate to nonprofit organizations that provide relief services across the nation and world. Here are eight charities you can support in order to help those in need around the world.
1. American Red Cross
The American Red Cross is the American arm of the International Red Cross Movement. This humanitarian organization holds a Congressional charter and is led by volunteers to provide relief to survivors of disasters. The organization also helps people prevent, prepare for, and respond to emergencies.
2. Feeding America
The mission of Feeding America is simple, to feed America’s hungry through a nationwide network of member food banks. They are involved in all aspects of the supply chain to get food to the hungry by collecting, transporting, storing, and distributing food and personal care items at strategic locations across the nation.
3. Habitat for Humanity
Habitat for Humanity relies on volunteers to build homes and communities for the less fortunate, many of whom lost homes due to disasters. The nonprofit aims to bring people together to build hope.
4. HOPE Worldwide, Ltd.
An international charity, HOPE works with partners like the American Red Cross to help prevent, prepare for, and respond to emergencies. With a large, international volunteer base and centers on six continents, HOPE takes steps to provide community-based, long-term, and sustainable assistance.
5. Humane Society of the United States Emergency Services Animal Rescue Team
When local authorities are overwhelmed by response efforts to a disaster, they can invite the Humane Society in for support to rescue, transport, and shelter animals in need or separated from their families. The Humane Society’s trained staff and volunteers work cooperatively with other disaster response agencies to ensure that families and animals are sheltered from home when evacuating their homes.
6. Noah's Wish
Noah’s Wish has a simple mission: to save animals during disasters. Its rescue and recovery services aim to mitigate the impact of disasters on animals through education and outreach programs.
7. Save the Children
When disaster strikes around the world, Save the Children is there to save lives with food, medical care, and education. In addition, volunteers remain to help communities rebuild through long-term recovery programs.
8. United Way
United Way coordinates a network of responders, the Disaster Response Team, to mobilize the caring power of communities around the world, improve lives, and advance the common good.
Many of these organizations have a similar message to Geneverse (formerly Generark)’s: provide support, safety, and building up of a community and sense of hope. If you have the means, these types of organizations can always benefit from donations of money, time, or resources.
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