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Help cyclone victims in Zimbabwe

Help cyclone victims in Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe has declared a state of emergency after a cyclone killed hundreds and left countless others homeless across the region.

Cyclone Idai hit Zimbabwe March 17 with devastating force, dumping torrential floodwaters and causing deadly landslides. Roads, homes, and businesses were destroyed, and many farmers lost their crops in an area that is already facing a severe food shortage.

Our partners on the ground are already rushing emergency aid to the most affected areas … but they desperately need more supplies. And that’s where YOU come in. Your gift of $50 will help provide one person with emergency food, infant care kits, clean water, and hygiene supplies in the wake of this tragedy.

• $50 provides emergency relief for one person

• $100 provides emergency relief for two people

• $150 provides emergency relief for three people

Donation Policy: Your gift will be used exclusively for the exempt purposes of World Help, a 501(c)(3) organization, and should qualify as a tax-deductible charitable donation for federal income tax purposes. Gifts are considered to be without restriction unless explicitly stipulated by the donor. If funds are given for a particular project, and they exceed the need of that project, or, if due to unforeseen circumstances, such project, in the reasonable discretion of World Help, cannot be completed, any remaining funds will be used for other outreaches of World Help where they will make the greatest impact. You can access World Help’s full financial reports at You may also request a hard copy, as well as descriptions of World Help’s programs, by calling 800-541-6691.

We're a Christian humanitarian organization serving the physical and spiritual needs of people in impoverished communities around the world.

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