Donate to the Ecuador Earthquake Appeal

     

On April 16, a 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck the province of Esmeraldas in Ecuador, powerful enough to be felt in Colombia.

Hundreds of people have died, more than 4,000 have been injured and presently more than 20,000 are residing in shelters. Roads have been badly damaged, bridges have collapsed power supplies have been affected and a state of emergency has been declared. Volunteers from the Ecuador Red Cross are on the ground, providing first aid, search and rescue, and carrying out a rapid assessment to identify needs for additional aid.

WorkVantage Canada is supporting the efforts of the Red Cross to help victims of the Ecuador earthquake. We know from experience that relief and recovery efforts will continue for a significant period of time. With your support, we can help those affected by this disaster.

On behalf of WorkVantage Canada, we would like to extend our heartfelt thanks for your contribution.

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"When man finally learns to control the elements... When the winds will be quiet and the earth cannot be torn apart...When there will be no loneliness... no destitution... no war... When the last hungry man, woman or child is fed... Only then will there be no need for the Red Cross."
Albert Schweitzer – Nobel Peace Prize winner