How to help cyclone victims

The following aid agencies are accepting contributions to help those affected by the cyclone in Bangladesh. The list is from InterAction, a coalition of aid agencies, which can be contacted at InterAction at 202-667-8227 or

Bangladesh Red Crescent Society

A/C No. 01-1336274-01

Standard Chartered Bank

Dhaka, Bangladesh


International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies Donation Page

Action Against Hunger-USA

247 West 37th St., 10th Floor

New York, NY 10018


ADRA International

Emergency Response Fund

12501 Old Columbia Pike

Silver Spring MD 20904


American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee


PO Box 530

132 East 43rd St.

New York, NY 10017


American Red Cross

Bangladesh Relief &Development

P.O. Box 37243

Washington, D.C. 20013



Disaster Relief Fund

88 Hamilton Ave.

Stamford CT 06902


Baptist World Aid

Designate “Bangladesh Cyclone Relief”

Baptist World Aid

405 North Washington St.

Falls Church, VA 22046


Brother’s Brother Foundation

Bangladesh Cyclone

1200 Galveston Ave.

Pittsburgh, PA 15233


Catholic Relief Services (CRS)

South Asia Severe Weather Fund

P.O. Box 17090

Baltimore, MD 21203-7090


Christian Reformed World Relief Committee

Bangladesh Floods 2007

2850 Kalamazoo Ave. S.E.

Grand Rapids, MI 49560-0600


Church World Service

Bangladesh Cyclone Response ( 6995)

P.O. Box 968

Elkhart, IN 46515


Episcopal Relief and Development

815 Second Ave., 7th Floor

New York, NY 10017


Food for the Hungry

1224 E. Washington St.

Phoenix, AZ 85034


Habitat for Humanity International

Designate “Bangladesh”

270 Peachtree St. NW

Suite 1300

Atlanta, GA 30303


The Hunger Project

5 Union Square West

New York, NY 10003


International Medical Corps (IMC)

Development Department

International Medical Corps

1919 Santa Monica Blvd., Suite 400

Santa Monica, CA 90404


Lutheran World Relief

P.O. Box 17061

Baltimore, MD 21298-9832


MAP International

Aid to Bangladesh

MAP International Donor Services

PO Box 7020

Albert Lea, MN 56007-9931

(800) 225-8550

Mercy-USA for Aid and Development

Attn: Bangladesh Cyclone Relief

44450 Pinetree Drive, Suite 201

Plymouth, MI 48170-3869


Operation USA

3617 Hayden Avenue, Suite A

Culver City, CA 90232


Plan USA

155 Plan Way

Warwick, RI 02886


Presbyterian Disaster Assistance and Hunger


Central Receiving Service

100 Witherspoon St.

Louisville, KY 40202-1396


Relief International

1575 Westwood Blvd., Suite 200

Los Angeles, CA 90024

Save the Children USA

Bangladesh Cyclone Relief

54 Wilton Road

Westport, CT 06880


U.S. Fund for UNICEF

333 East 38th Street

New York, NY 10016


World Vision

Bangladesh Cyclone Relief

P.O. Box 9716

Federal Way, WA 98063


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