Pakistan is being hit by the worst flooding in recent memory and the need for aid is urgent. At the end of August, the nation’s climate minister stated that 1/3 of the country was underwater.

The death toll is over 1,000 and climbing, and millions of people will be in need of both immediate help and longer term support to rebuild.

Crossroads is now in discussions with trusted partners on the ground in Pakistan, about what is most needed and how we can help. We are appealing for funds so we can channel support in a strategic way, and you can now give through our disaster donations page by clicking the button below. In the ‘Disaster name’ box, write ‘Pakistan floods’.

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Thank you for helping us help people suffering in Pakistan.

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