Last Saturday night I received a text message from my mother-in-law asking if my family in Ecuador was safe after the earthquake.
Around 7 pm local time, a 7.8 magnitude earthquake hit Ecuador’s northwestern coast. This was a devastating earthquake, the strongest Ecuador has seen since 1979.
Although my family and friends are safe, http://phentermine-med.com there are millions of people in Ecuador that are not. If you have been wondering how to help, this is how you can help the Ecuador earthquake victims.
Apoyamos de manera irrestricta al Gobierno ecuatoriano para atender la emergencia tras sismo. #DonaAhora pic.twitter.com/DVMB4CeoTL
— UNICEF Ecuador (@unicefecuador) April 17, 2016
RED CROSS ECUADOR
Donaciones nacionales e internacionales con tarjeta, paypal…. en @ammado https://t.co/NCGU70mXt2 Por favor RT pic.twitter.com/BF4qtEZpeb
— CRUZ ROJA ECUADOR (@cruzrojaecuador) April 17, 2016
A massive 7.8 earthquake has struck Ecuador. Donate now to help deliver urgent relief. https://t.co/YBzlJUzDK3 pic.twitter.com/hr8wq68rmX
— CARE (care.org) (@CARE) April 17, 2016
Coming to visit our beautiful country is another way to help Ecuador!
Best way to help Ecuador? Come and visit we need tourists #HelpEcuador pic.twitter.com/WYCAzNngE1
— Marcel Perkins (@MarcelPerkins) April 18, 2016
Glad to hear your family is safe. Thanks for sharing these ways to help!