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Japan Earthquake & Tsunami Relief

On Friday, March 11, an 8.9 magnitude Earthquake and ensuing tsunami struck the northeast coast of Japan causing widespread damage.

Lutheran Disaster Response is working to provide relief for those who have been impacted by event. For more information on the ELCA’s response, ministry partners in the affected area and how you can help please follow the links below.

Both organizations (Lutheran Disaster Response and Lutheran World Relief) are trusted organizations that work closely with local groups affected by disasters. LWR is a world leader among Non-Governmental Agencies (NGOs) and is usually one of the first relief organizations to get into disaster areas and one of the last to leave.

News from Lutheran Disaster Response on Japan Earthquake and Pacific Tsunami

Donate to Pacific Earthquake and Tsunami Relief through LDR

ELCA Disaster Response (all relief efforts)

News from Lutheran World Relief

Donate to Pacific Earthquake and Tsunami Relief through Lutheran World Relief

Haiti Earthquake Relief

A magnitude 7.0 earthquake rocked the island country of Haiti on Tuesday, January 12. Buildings are destroyed, the search for survivors is intense and the streets of Haiti are filled with people in shock and searching for loved ones among the rubble. ELCA Disaster Response partners already in Haiti have survived the quake and are working to serve the people of Haiti.

Your help is needed today to bring immediate relief and continued hope for our brothers and sisters in Haiti. About 3 million people, one-third of Haiti’s population, were affected by this earthquake.

100% of the money you donate to the ELCA Disaster Relief in Haiti program will go to relief. Because the administration of the Disaster Relief agency is funded in other ways everything you donate goes to helping those who need it most right now.

Donate to the ELCA Haiti Disaster Relief effort

Thrivent Members Matching Fund Information

Get the latest updates from ELCA Disaster Relief in Haiti

Read a Statement by ELCA Presiding Bishop Hanson