A large number of organisations have started online campaigns to help flood affectees in Pakistan. Aid is being welcomed in the form of donations online or by dropping off items at collection points.
A youth organization by the name of PakistaniYouth is working to collect funds and items of every day use for the flood victims. The relief effort also has a Facebook event page, with over 5,000 users signed up.
Sarhad Rural Support Programme
The Sarhad Rural Support Programme (SRSP) is helping with distributing aid and relief items in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Their website states that they have already helped distribute relief items to 300 families in Union Council Madyan in Swat. The SRSP has made an initial assessment of the damage in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and have developed a strategy for getting aid and helping those in the affected areas. SPRSP also has relief packages set for up to families of seven members and they are accepting donations via bank transfer or in kind.
The website Rozee.pk has teamed up with the Mahvish and Jahangir Siddiqui Foundation to set up a website Floodrelief.pk to collect donations for the flood victims. Floodrelief.pk has managed to collect $10,000 in one day and are updating their Twitter and Facebook page with every donation received.
Express Helpline Trust
The Express Helpline Trust has been established by the Express Media Group to provide aid for the millions who have become victims of the 2010 flood disaster in Pakistan. A website and Facebook page have been set up to coordinate efforts and keep the online community updated.
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