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You Can Help Typhoon Survivors in the Philippines
Inova is proud to partner with Project HOPE to provide much-needed medical aid to the survivors of Typhoon Haiyan. For more than 50 years, Project HOPE has provided humanitarian medical assistance and long-term, sustainable health education and training around the world. One hundred percent of your donation will go to humanitarian relief for those most vulnerable after this disaster.
How you can help
Inova and Project HOPE are asking for your cash donation to bring much-needed humanitarian aid to those in distress. Your dollars will provide food, water, medicine and medical supplies to typhoon survivors. Project HOPE promises that for every $1 donated, $105 in emergency medical supplies and medicine will go to people in the affected communities.
Project HOPE and and Inova are also working to recruit volunteer clinicians, both Inova employees and community medical practitioners, to provide onsite medical care to the children, women and men who need it.
Donate online today and know that 100% of your contribution goes directly to help the victims in the Philippines. Your $50 donation translates to $5,250 in medical supplies and medicine.
Project HOPE has a long history of providing medical and humanitarian aid to victims of natural disasters world wide. If you are a healthcare professional and would like to volunteer as an emergency medical provider in the Philippines, Project HOPE would like to hear from you.
What is Inova doing to help?
Watch our video about Inova's relief efforts
Inova is committed to making it possible for Inova employees to provide financial support and onsite volunteer medical care with Project HOPE in the Philippines.
- Employees are being encouraged to donate to the Inova-Project HOPE relief effort. Inova is matching all employee donations up to $50,000. All employees can donate here
- Inova clinical employees and physicians are encouraged to volunteer as medical practitioners. Learn more
- Inova is actively reaching out to business partners and suppliers to provide donations and other needed medical supplies.