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Earthquake! – Surigao City, Mindanao, Philippines Appeal 
At 10:03 p.m. on 10 February 2017, a 6.7-magnitude earthquake with a depth of ten kilometres and an epicenter located near Surigao City caused loss of lives and damage to properties in the Caraga region, particularly in Surigao del Norte province.
In 2016, OpSAFE International partnered with the Philippine Children’s Ministry Network to train Christians in Davao City, Mindanao in psychological first-aid for children which they were able to use immediately in response to fires.  These teams are currently assessing needs and preparing to conduct OperationSAFE camps for 3000 children in 12 schools that were damaged by the quake.
We are seeking to raise $9,000 to support this effort.  Please join us by making a donation today.
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Your Donation Sponsors a Child

Your donations help us hold trauma camps for children after disasters. We have held camps helping children recover from trauma after disasters in China, Tibet, Haiti, Japan, Indonesia, Nepal and the Philippines helping tens of thousands of children.

The total cost for each child who attends a life-changing OperationSAFE camp is $30.  This includes training a team of leaders and volunteers in that child’s community who will continue to be available when they need hugs, help and hope long after other disaster responders are gone.  Your $30 donation provides craft and game supplies, snacks, and personal medallions that the children take with them to help remember the lessons that they have learned.  Coordinators make sure that everything is safe and gather all of the materials for hundreds of children each camp.

 

Please support our work online through GLINTS (Global Intercultural Services) a 501(c)3 charity.

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Check donations will be processed and receipted by GLINTS. Please make your checks payable to GLINTS, with “Operation Safe” noted in the memo section.

Mail your checks to:
GLINTS
P.O. Box 962
Wheaton, IL 60187

All gifts are tax-deductible in the US.

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