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2020 Disaster Relief - COVID-19 Southeast Asia and ANZ Fund


The Cisco Foundation has launched a disaster response campaign to benefit responders in Southeast Asia/ANZ: Asian Women's Welfare Association, Blue Dragon Children's Foundation, Foodbank NSW & ACT, Food from the Heart, International Federation of Red Cross & Red Crescent Societies, International Medical Corps, Lifeline Australia, New Hope Community Services, Pertubuhan Rumah Kebajikan Seri Cahaya Pulau Pinang, Singapore Red Cross Society, The Food Bank Singapore, the UN Foundation (supporting WHO), Yayasan Salam Malaysia, and Youthline Auckland Charitable Trust. The Cisco Foundation will match eligible donations up to $10,000 per employee. Donations will not be counted toward employees' annual $25,000 match limit. **Note on Tax Deductibility: This fund may include organizations based in the US, and in other countries. US employees who make a credit card donation will receive a receipt for tax deductibility for the portion of the donation contributed to US organizations. Employees outside the US will not be able to receive a receipt for tax deductibility for credit card donations to organizations in this fund.**

Your donation supports

New Hope Community Services

Our Vision Giving Shelter of Hope to needy individuals and families

AWWA Ltd (Asian Women's Welfare Association)

Blue Dragon Children's Foundation

Blue Dragon Children's Foundation offers services & care to kids in crisis in Vietnam. Blue Dragon kids are street kids, from poor families and trafficked kids.

Singapore Red Cross Society

The Singapore Red Cross (SRC) is a homegrown humanitarian organisation, dedicated to relieving human suffering, protecting lives and dignity, and responding to emergencies since 1949.

Youthline Auckland Charitable Trust

We were established to ensure young people know where to get help and can access support when they need it. At the core of Youthline’s work is the development of leadership and personal skills in young people. We do this by involving young people - both those who seek assistance and those who wish to develop themselves.

Lifeline Australia

"Our Vision is an Australia Free from Suicide"

Foodbank NSW & ACT

Foodbank is Australia’s largest food relief organisation, providing food for 166,000 meals a day to over 2,400 charities and 1,500 schools for distribution to people in need of food relief.

United Nations Foundation

The UN Foundation believes the United Nations is indispensable to tackling humanity’s greatest challenges and driving global progress. We act as a strategic partner to help the UN mobilize the ideas, people, and resources it needs to deliver, and grow a diverse and durable constituency for collective action. We focus on issues at the heart of the Sustainable Development Goals, build initiatives across sectors to solve problems at scale, and engage influencers and citizens who seek action. Partnership, and the power of smart and strategic collaboration, is in our DNA. We believe everyone has a part to play, everyone’s voice should be heard, and everyone has a stake.

International Medical Corps

We provide training and deliver healthcare and related services to those affected by conflict, natural disaster or disease. We do this no matter where in the world they may be or what the conditions. We train people in their own communities, providing them the skills needed to recover, to chart their own path to self-reliance and to shape their own future as they become effective First Responders.

Pertubuhan Rumah Kebajikan Seri Cahaya Pulau Pinang

We provide under privileged and neglected children with basic needs, love and security.

The Food Bank Singapore Ltd

Let The Feeding Begin!

International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies

The IFRC is the world’s largest volunteer-based humanitarian network. "Unsolicited donations will be allocated to the IFRC Disaster Relief Emergency Fund (DREF) unless there is an active Appeal."

Food from the Heart

Food from the Heart (FFTH) is a non-profit charity organization established in February 2003 after Singapore-based Austrian couple Henry and Christine Laimer read a report in The Sunday Times about bakeries discarding their unsold bread. Stirred, they then decided to channel surplus food from bakeries to those in need. Food from the Heart has since evolved to become a resource bank, taking in non-perishable food items, toys and toiletries besides bread, whilst recycling and rechanneling whatever we can to good use. As the need for services continue to grow, innovative programmes were added to not just alleviate hunger but also bring joy and hope, touching lives in every possible way.

2020 Disaster Relief - COVID-19 Southeast Asia and ANZ Fund

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