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    NEPAL RELIEF PARTNERSHIPS

    Music for Relief is partnering with Oxfam America & International Medical Corps to provide immediate support on the ground. Oxfam  Music for Relief is supporting Oxfam in addressing sanitation issues, via hygiene kits, shelters, toilets, and washing facilities, in order to prevent the spread of diseases....

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    7.8 EARTHQUAKE DEVASTATES NEPAL

    Neighbors and strangers urgently roam the streets in Nepal, hoping to find more survivors after the magnitude 7.8 earthquake struck on Saturday, April 25 at 11:56 a.m. local time. Urgent response is critical, requiring immediate medical care, food and water. The death toll is rising and...

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    WHY NOT HUG A TREE TODAY?

    The beauty and tranquility of forests all over the world – from the tropics to the tundra – inspire everyone. Almost 300 million people and eight out of ten land-dwelling species live in forests, but threats to the world’s forests are growing. We are losing forests...

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    WHAT’S A MANGROVE?

    Mangroves are botanical amphibians that form forests which are among the most productive and biologically complex ecosystems on Earth. They are the tropical rainforests of the ocean! The plants’ interlocking roots stop riverborne sediments from coursing out to sea – making them natural land builders.  Their trunks and branches serve...

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    VOLUNTEER AT ROCK IN RIO USA

    As the official charity partner of Rock in Rio USA , in Las Vegas, we will be putting together a team of volunteers to help us spread the word and raise funds for Music for Relief’s programs. To join the team email: Contact@musicforrelief.org, subject line:...

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    EF4 TORNADO HITS ILLINOIS

    FAIRDALE, Ill. — Residents of a small northern Illinois farming community took a direct hit from a half-mile-wide tornado that remained on the ground for at least 28.7 miles, a record long path for that part of Illinois — with winds of between 180 and 200 mph. As...

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