Disaster Response programs: 2011-present
- Superstorm Sandy hits the U.S. East Coast
On Oct. 29, 2012, heavy rains and winds caused massive flooding and damage along the U.S. East Coast. Learn about our Superstorm Sandy recovery and rebuilding efforts and how you can help.
- Hurricane Isaac impacts the U.S. Gulf Coast
Heavy rains and high winds from Hurricane Isaac caused severe flooding along the U.S. Gulf Coast region, the Dominican Republic and affected families still recovering from the 2010 earthquake in Haiti. You can support the recovery efforts by donating online to provide our impacted affiliates with the funds needed to rebuild their communities.
- Wildfires in the Western United States
Wildfires have devastated nearly 7 million acres across the United States so far this year. Local Habitat for Humanity affiliates are working with their communities to help. Learn how you can help families affected by these wildfires.
- Tornadoes in the Midwest and Southeastern United States
More than 77 tornadoes hit 14 Midwestern and Southeastern states and damaged more than 2,000 homes. Local Habitat affiliates in southern Indiana, Kentucky and Ohio are assisting with long-term recovery efforts. Donate online and support our recovery efforts in these communities.
- Monsoons, tropical storms, flooding and mudslides in El Salvador, Guatemala, Cambodia, India, Thailand and the Philippines
Typhoons and monsoon rains in the Pacific region and tropical storms in Central America have caused widespread flooding and mudslides. Tens of thousands of families have been forced from their homes and are in desperate need of shelter. Please donate to support our efforts: Thailand | Philippines | Cambodia | India| Guatemala | El Salvador
- Tornadoes and flooding in the central United States
In April and May 2011, the central United States was hit by tornadoes across the south and Midwest, a tornado in Joplin, Mo., and heavy rains and flooding along the Mississippi River. Hundreds of people were killed, neighborhoods were flooded and entire communities were destroyed. Learn more about the tornadoes and flooding in the central U.S. and how you can help.
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