When a disaster strikes a community or a country, recovery is often a long, challenging process.
Plan International USA has been helping vulnerable people and children since it first began assisting refugees during the Spanish Civil War. From hurricanes, to floods, to the recent refugee crisis, Plan has developed a sustainable approach focused on resilience. Plan donors and supporters are always an integral part of the response.
Here are a few ways you can help:
Protect a Girl
After a disaster, girls are often the most vulnerable. Often, a spike in trafficking incurs afterwards. A gift to the protection fund helps rehabilitate girls rescued from the streets, where sexual exploitation, child labor, and neglect pose threats to their well-being and potential.
- advocacy page to learn how you can stay connected with Plan International USA, especially following a disaster. Reach out to your friends and networks and let them know about the various ways they, too, can get involved.
Our disaster relief efforts cannot be achieved without you. Together, we can provide assistance to the most vulnerable children and communities.