We Invite You to Donate Along with Us to Help the Victims of the recent Hurricanes.

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As the floodwaters recede, the full extent of the Hurricane's toll is only beginning to emerge.If you’re outside the affected area, below is an active list of charities accepting donations for the victims:

RHP International and OEMCameras have compiled a list of highly-rated organizations responding in the aftermath of the hurricane and providing assistance to the communities affected.
Donors can designate their donations to the cause on the organization's website. All listed charities have made their designation policies available on their respective website:

Charity:Rating:
(By CharityNavigator.org)
URL:

All Hands Volunteers

★★★★

https://www.hands.org

One America Appeal

★★★

http://www.oneamericaappeal.org

American Red Cross

★★★

http://www.redcross.org

Americares

★★★★

http://www.americares.org

Children's Hunger Fund

★★★

http://www.childrenshungerfund.org

Direct Relief

★★★★

http://www.directrelief.org

GlobalGiving

★★★★

http://www.globalgiving.org

Heart to Heart International

★★★★

http://www.hearttoheart.org

ICNA Relief USA

★★★★

http://www.irusa.org

International Medical Corps

★★★★

http://internationalmedicalcorps.org

International Relief Teams

★★★★

http://www.irteams.org

MedShare

★★★★

http://www.medshare.org

Project HOPE

★★★★

http://www.projecthope.org

Save the Children

★★★

http://www.savethechildren.org

World Vision

★★★

http://www.worldvision.org

 

How to avoid being scammed

Before giving money to an organization, do your research.

Charity Navigator, which identifies worthy charities, has a list of organizations responding after the storms.

In addition, their database is a good starting place to research nonprofits.

The Internal Revenue Service has search tools that reveal whether an organization is eligible to receive tax-deductible charitable contributions.

If you suspect an organization or individual is engaging in fraud, you can report it to the National Center for Disaster Fraud.