Donate to the Indonesia Earthquake & Tsunami Appeal


In the evening of December 22, Indonesia was hit by another deadly tsunami.

The disaster comes only months after the country was struck by a series of devastating earthquakes and tsunami in September. The latest tsunami hit at night, destroying homes and hotels, and sweeping dozens of people into the sea.

In response Permai BC Association is supporting Red Cross efforts on the ground.

Local teams have reached the disaster zone and are providing assistance. The Red Cross is working around the world to coordinate emergency relief and recovery efforts and get help to people in affected areas as quickly as possible. Money raised will enable the Red Cross to prepare for, respond to and help people recover from these disasters and other related events in and around the affected area.

On behalf of Permai BC Association, we would like to extend our deepest gratitude for your donation during these trying moments.

Permai BC Association is a BC registered non-profit organization representing Indonesian community living in British Columbia, Canada. To learn more about the organization, please go to or email at

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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