POWERFUL 7.8 EARTHQUAKE IN ECUADOR KILLS OVER 400 PEOPLE; THOUSANDS LEFT HOMELESS
The recent 7.8 magnitude earthquake in Ecuador has claimed the lives of more than 400 people and has left over 2,000 injured. These numbers are expected to rise dramatically as rescuers continue to dig for bodies and survivors beneath the rubble across the affected provinces.
Thousands have lost family members, homes, and businesses, leaving their future bleak and uncertain. As the aftermath continues to unfold, these victims are in desperate need of food, water, clothing, and medical attention. Despite the overwhelming support the country has received from locals and foreigners, the devastation is making rescue missions extremely difficult.
The vast majority of these victims were already impoverished and struggled to provide for their families on a daily basis before the earthquake. Because of the billions of dollars the country has suffered in damages, these people are now expected to remain homeless and dependent on others for a long time.
You can help ease their burden during this tragic time by making a charitable donation. Your donation will be used to provide the families affected with food and water. Any amount you can spare today will make a difference in their lives.
Please remember to give from your heart. Your compassion will help these victims keep their will strong and hope alive.
Thank you for your kindness and generosity!
*If you would like to see your donation at work please browse through our pictures. There you will find our partners Labmac, a natural food company located in Ecuador, packaging food for the families affected.
Edwin Vera & Danny Rosero