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Donating to relief efforts in Turkey and Syria

Turkish rescue workers carry Eyup Ak, 60, to an ambulance after pulling him out alive from a collapsed building, 104 hours after the earthquake, in Adiyaman, Feb. 10. Emergency crews made a series of dramatic rescues in Turkey on Friday, pulling several people, some almost unscathed, from the rubble, four days after a catastrophic earthquake killed more than 20,000. (Photo credit: AP Photo/Emrah Gurel.)

On Monday, Feb. 6, a magnitude 7.8 earthquake struck Syria and Turkey, causing significant destruction and death. To support relief efforts, please consider donating to Pittsburgh-based Brother’s Brother Foundation, a nonprofit with a disaster response program that works hand in hand with first responders and relief agencies in affected areas. Learn more about you can support Brother’s Brother by visiting the organization’s website:

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Learn about other disaster relief giving options, including the Red Cross and other community foundations.  

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