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Appeal for Support after Earthquake Chile

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The Universal Peace Federation invites all Ambassadors for Peace to help in relief efforts in Chile following the February 27 earthquake that has devastated parts of the country around Concepción and left hundreds dead.

100% of all donations will be used to provide resources for survivors. UPF will work with other relief partners in an effort to maximize the benefit to the people of Chile. Your help is needed urgently.

The United Nations is mobilizing its resources, and the World Food Programme is preparing to ship supplies of food from their warehouse in Ecuador. For more information click here.



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