If you are interested in donating to help the earthquake victims in Chile, you can do so through the Anglican Relief and Development fund.
From the AR&DF Website:
A deadly 8.8 magnitude earthquake struck central Chile in the early morning hours of February 27, collapsing buildings, shattering major bridges and highways across a long swath of the country. The quake was centered roughly 200 miles southwest of the capital Santiago near the country’s second largest city of Concepcion where injured people were lying in the streets or on stretchers. Many roads were destroyed, making it difficult for medical care to arrive. Tsunami warnings were issued along the entire Pacific basin. The Anglican Relief and Development Fund (ARDF) is assessing the situation and working with our partners to respond with assistance to the victims. 90% of funds donated to the ARDF Chile Relief Fund will be used for direct relief and development recovery work in Chile with 10% used for administrative costs including the PayPal fees.
Whether you donate or not, please keep these people in your prayers. Click here to go the the Anglican Relief and Development Fund’s website where you can make a donation.