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Philippines Typhoon Relief

Location: Tacloban, PH

Budget: $35000.00

Goal: Provide relief to the victims of Typhoon Haiyan by sending our head of clean water to the affected area with as Sawyer water filters.

Super Typhoon Haiyan may have come with the highest velocity winds ever recorded. Its effects have been devastating. As the death toll continues to rise, the area around Tacloban is facing immense challenges–both immediate, and ongoing.

David Pearson, the head of our clean water program, will be going to the Philippines on November 22nd to work in the affected area distributing water filtration systems, providing sanitation training and healing the sick. Clean water is going to be one of the primary issues going forward. Cholera and other water borne disease threaten to claim more lives than the disasters themselves. With $65, we can provide clean water for 35 people every day for the rest of their lives. Help us save lives by donating today.

 

Project Updates

David & Cynthia Pearson in the news

(David & Cynthia are the directors of Impact Nations' I Thirst Water Program)

  1. Elmira Heights Newspaper Article
  2. Elmira Heights NBC News Station:

For those who want to invest themselves, Impact Nations will lead a Journey of Compassion into the area surrounding Tacloban City in eastern Philippines in May. We will be focusing on recovery: feeding the hungry, installing water filters, doing construction, providing medical care, and the supernatural ministry of healing and evangelism. The dates will be announced soon.

Impact Nations is asking you to help the people of Tacloban by making a donation. Funds will be used to purchase water filters, medicine and construction materials. This will allow us to go into the Philippines fully prepared to bring tangible assistance.

Please keep the people of Leyte province in your prayers.

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