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How you can help earthquake victims

A powerful 8.8 earthquake struck Chile. See below for a handful of ways that you can make a difference after one of the worst earthquakes in recent memory.

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Where to donate
American Red Cross1-800 RED CROSS International Medical Corps  Oxfam 
World Vision1-888-511-6593 Habitat for Humanity1-800-422-4828 AmeriCares1-800-486-HELP (4357)
UNICEF1-800-4UN-ICEF (1-800-486-4233) Salvation Army1-800-SAL-ARMY Text CHILE to 25383 to donate $10 to Habitat for Humanity
Text CHILE to 20222 to donate $10 to World Vision Text CHILE to 52000 to donate $10 to the Salvation Army











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