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WARNING: Due to the wiki's open and collaborative nature, it cannot guarantee the veracity of outside links or the absence of possible scams involving charities, thus the potential danger of fraud exists. In particular, beware of bogus organizations that have names similar to those of well-known aid agencies. Also beware of unsolicited emails that ask for your donation online. For those who want to make a donation, the most secure channels are established web sites and well-publicized telephone hotlines.

  • Australian Red Cross (http://www.redcross.org.au)
    • phone: 1800 811 700
      or posting a cheque to GPO Box 9949 in capital cities
  • Oxfam (http://www.oxfam.org.au)
    • phone: 1800 034 034
  • UNICEF (http://www.unicef.org.au)
    • phone: 1300 884 233
  • World Vision (http://www.worldvision.com.au)
    • phone: 13 32 40
  • National Australia Bank relief fund that will be donated to World Vision for distribution to tsunami victims and their families.
    Donations can be made in person at any branch of the bank
    • phone: 13 22 65
  • CARE Australia launches Southern Asia Earthquake Appeal

CARE Australia has launched an emergency appeal to provide lifesaving assistance to the Survivors Donations can be made through the CARE Australia website [1] (http://www.careaustralia.org.au) or by phoning 1800 020 046.

  • ANZ or National Australia Bank branches
    • donation: Donate in Person
  • Sri Lanka Disaster Relief Fund
    • phone: (02) 98048679