If you're looking for ways to help the earthquake's survivors, the sites and blogs below have posted lists of relief organizations working in Chile:
- Chile's 8.8 earthquake: How you can help in the The Kindness section of The USA Today
- Nonprofits Working in Chile on Guidestar
- Chile Earthquake Relief: How You Can Help on HuffPost Impact
- How to Help in Chile on The Nation's Act Now! blog
The Mozilla Blog has a list of organizations you can text donations to in their post, Earthquake in Chile: How to Help. Interestingly, mobile giving for Chile hasn't raised money as rapidly as it did for Haiti, according to the post, Chile earthquake relief: Cellphone donations struggle compared to Haiti on the Christian Science Monitor's Global News Blog.
In their post, Responding to the Earthquake in Chile, Idealist.org suggests checking the CrisisCommons Wiki for ways to help.
Finally, Angela Perkey, author of the Change the World, Change Your Life blog, writes about Cost-free Ways to Help Chile. One that I thought was lovely was:
"If you know of anyone with relatives in Chile, offer to bring them dinner or do anything else you can to provide some comfort and show that you care."What are other ideas for how to help Chilean earthquake survivors?
Flickr photo credit: Puro Chile, es tu cielo azulado uploaded by Diego Salgado.
Cross-posted from BlogHer.com.