On the morning of Friday, January 15, 2021, a 6.2 magnitude earthquake struck the Indonesian island of Sulawesi. The results were catastrophic as reports soon indicated over 80 people had lost their lives, infrastracture and businesses were demolished, and residences were destroyed leaving 19,000 homeless. The islands of Indonesia had already been facing the heavy rains of the monsoon season making the earthquake even more devastating. Clean water, food, medical supplies, as well as shelter from the elements, are in short supply.
The highly-rated organizations included on this page have been vetted by Charity Navigator analysts as providing relief and support to those affected with dedicated funds in response to the disaster on Sulawesi island in Indonesia. Charity Navigator will continuously update this resource as other nonprofits providing direct relief are approved.
To nonprofits: If you are a 3- or 4-Star rated charity providing essential services or financial support to those affected on Sulawesi island, please complete the survey linked here for your organization to be reviewed for this list.