URGENT NEEDS CAMPAIGN
Donate today and help us support communities with urgently needed supplies after disaster or emergency.
Choose how you donate
Each week, we use these donations to purchase items that are critically needed by our partners. 50% are deployed immediately and the remainder set aside for the essential work of disaster preparedness. Scroll down for updates.
You can donate via the following ways
Project Bifrost, a ConsenSys Partnership, leverages a stable Crypto-to-Cash Solution
to create an instantaneous, reliable and transparent process for humanitarian aid
donation and delivery. 100% of donations in Dai are used to purchase supplies.
To learn more about how to buy Dai, or about Project Bifrost, go here.
Donate directly with ethereum: 0xe3856fbf298f539b6585224ece523488bfb9f82c
For donors seeking U.S. Charitable tax deduction, NeedsList is a U.S. Public Benefit Corporation. We have partnered with IPA, the Innovation & Planning Agency for this fund, meaning that your donations are tax-deductible. 95% of these donations will go to purchasing urgently needed supplies.
By Check: Please make checks out to the IPA USA (please write NeedsList in the memo) at 4720 Center Blvd Suite 327, Long Island City, NY 11109
You can also donate using your Fidelity Charitable Giving Fund by directing funds to the Innovation and Planning Agency.
February 28 Update
Half of matching funds from MakerDao and Pi Day donations were used to purchase diapers, clean up bags, and giftcards for local organizations throughout the Southeast still recovering from 2018 hurricanes. The remainder is being held for preparedness work this summer.
December 20 UPDATE:
- Any additional funds donated to our urgent needs fund until the end of year going to meet needs on our Urgent Needs Campaign.
November 15 UPDATE:
- Any additional funds donated to our urgent needs fund until the end of November will be doing to urgent supplies for the Paradise Fires.
OCTOBER 22 UPDATE:
- Over $1500 equivalent of DAI has been committed to Urgent Needs campaign of the Hurricane Relief in the US. Half of this is set aside for disaster preparedness, the other half purchased went to the purchasing baby formula and diapers for Catholic Charities in Raleigh.