Disaster Relief Donation Thank you letter

Thank you for Donating to Cyclone Idai

20190327 The village of Buzi is one of the worst affected areas in the region.Mozambique Red Cross volunteer distributed medicine to beneficiaries at Matadoro evacuation center in Inhamizua village, Beira. Beira, Mozambique / 25.03.201921 March 2019, Beira port, Mozambique
Survivors of Cyclone Idai, cut off by flood water, arrive by rescue boat to an evacuation centre in Beira.  Volunteers from the Mozambique Red Cross are providing first aid, medical triage, emergency supplies like blankets and helping with the registration of evacuees.

Cyclone Idai made landfall on the evening of 14/15 March near the central Mozambican city of Beira. The cyclone – with maximum sustained winds estimated as between 170 and 190 km/h – brought torrential rains to Sofala, Zambezia, Manica and Inhambane provinces. Thousands of homes were flattened by the cyclone and flooding continues as heavy rainfall over neighbouring Malawi and Zimbabwe is causing rivers in Mozambique to burst their banks. Large areas close to Buzi and Pungwe rivers have been severely flooded, up to several metres in some parts. Flood survivors have sought refuge in trees and on the roofs of building still standing. The cyclone caused significant destruction in Beira – Mozambique’s fourth largest city with a population of over 500,000 - and surrounding villages.21 March 2019, Beira port, Mozambique
Survivors of Cyclone Idai, cut off by flood water, arrive by rescue boat to an evacuation centre in Beira.  Volunteers from the Mozambique Red Cross are providing first aid, medical triage, emergency supplies like blankets and helping with the registration of evacuees.

Cyclone Idai made landfall on the evening of 14/15 March near the central Mozambican city of Beira. The cyclone – with maximum sustained winds estimated as between 170 and 190 km/h – brought torrential rains to Sofala, Zambezia, Manica and Inhambane provinces. Thousands of homes were flattened by the cyclone and flooding continues as heavy rainfall over neighbouring Malawi and Zimbabwe is causing rivers in Mozambique to burst their banks. Large areas close to Buzi and Pungwe rivers have been severely flooded, up to several metres in some parts. Flood survivors have sought refuge in trees and on the roofs of building still standing. The cyclone caused significant destruction in Beira – Mozambique’s fourth largest city with a population of over 500,000 - and surrounding villages.21 March 2019, Beira port, Mozambique
Survivors of Cyclone Idai, cut off by flood water, arrive by rescue boat to an evacuation centre in Beira.  Volunteers from the Mozambique Red Cross are providing first aid, medical triage, emergency supplies like blankets and helping with the registration of evacuees.

Cyclone Idai made landfall on the evening of 14/15 March near the central Mozambican city of Beira. The cyclone – with maximum sustained winds estimated as between 170 and 190 km/h – brought torrential rains to Sofala, Zambezia, Manica and Inhambane provinces. Thousands of homes were flattened by the cyclone and flooding continues as heavy rainfall over neighbouring Malawi and Zimbabwe is causing rivers in Mozambique to burst their banks. Large areas close to Buzi and Pungwe rivers have been severely flooded, up to several metres in some parts. Flood survivors have sought refuge in trees and on the roofs of building still standing. The cyclone caused significant destruction in Beira – Mozambique’s fourth largest city with a population of over 500,000 - and surrounding villages.

Dear Master Lian Tzi, 

Thank you so much for the support of Lotus Light Charity Society Vancouver in making a difference to the many people whose lives have been shaken and upended by Cyclone Idai in Mozambique. Homes and villages were destroyed, lives were lost and entire communities wiped off the map by the power of the cyclone.

We are most grateful for your continued support during many emergency appeals and we sincerely thank you. Attached is a thank you certificate to share with your members, and also photos that show the ongoing response.

Thank you to Lotus Light Charity Society Vancouver for choosing to stand up and support our relief efforts. It means we can continue to protect vulnerable people around the world whenever disasters strike.

Sincerely,

Christine Kinyanjui
Manager, Corporate & Community Engagement

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