A devastating 7.1-magnitude earthquake struck near Mexico City on Tuesday, killing at least 200 people. With power and phone lines down, people are having trouble getting in touch with loved ones. To make matters more stressful, the country was already recovering from an earthquake that hit less than two weeks ago.
Organizations like UNICEF Mexico are looking for monetary donations. There's a big need for clothes, water, and food. Giving to places like the Red Cross Mexico, Oxfam Mexico, Save the Children Mexico, and Direct Relief is a way to get resources flowing. Smaller nonprofits like Project Paz are also collecting donations for earthquake relief. Below you will find a list of organizations that are working to help our neighbors in Mexico
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