Disaster Relief Fundraising
On Razoo, raising money for disaster relief is fast, effective, and inspiring!
- Anyone can start raising money in minutes
- Helps you reach and expand your social giving network
- Secure & reliable receipting, processing, and reporting
Now anyone can raise money for any nonprofit or qualified organization. All you need is a good cause and access to the Internet. We provide the rest! Many ordinary individuals are already on the cutting edge of fundraising. They’re using Razoo to serve as the “online hub” for their fundraising campaigns.
Raising money for disaster relief is inspiring on Razoo!
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Featured Disaster Relief Fundraisers
Need a few ideas before you begin? See how others have raised
money for disaster relief on Razoo.
Haiti Earthquake Emergency Relief
Amount Raised: $67,960
Elise Hansen raised money in an effort to help those in Port-Au-Prince, Haiti. The money went toward fundamental needs, such as the distribution of water, food, and medical aid.
Japanese Evangelical Missionary Society
Amount Raised: $55,224
The Japanese Evangelical Missionary Society has been sending Christian missionaries to Japan since 1953. When the tsunami hit, Phillip Kim of JEMS raised a massive amount to provide relief and assistance for those in need.
Minnesota Tornado Relief Fund
Amount Raised: $41,927
On June 17, 2010 a devastating F4 tornado struck the community of Wadena County. The money raised went to advance rebuilding efforts through the Initiative Foundation.
Wildlife Rescue after Gulf Oil Spill
Amount Raised: $610
On April 20, 2010, a catastrophic oil spill occurred in the Gulf of Mexico. The National Wildlife Foundation went to the front lines, assessing the damage and laying out a plan to protect wildlife.
Covering Credit Card Fees in Times of Need
Amount Raised: $344,423
In an effort to help the people affected by the tornados, GiveMN and The Minnesota Foundation covered credit card processing fees for charitable donations, which inspired more giving.