TAIWAN COVID RELIEF FUNDRAISER
As Taiwan works to contain Covid-19, society's most vulnerable need your help!
The Taiwan Covid Relief Fundraiser is spearheaded by diaspora with a vision of connecting local Taiwanese organizations to international donors during a time of need. We will match the first $25,000 USD in donations so your contribution will be doubled!
Your generosity will feed the hungry, shelter the homeless and people with disabilities, protect migrant workers, and provide funding to survivors of domestic violence.
How to Participate
1. CHOOSE A CHARITY BELOW
You will be taken directly to the charity's English-language donation page. The money goes straight to your selected organization. We do not receive any of the donations.
2. FILL OUT OUR TALLY
This is a DIY community project. Help us keep track of what we've raised and make the most of our $25,000 USD match!
3. SHARE THE FUNDRAISER
Share our site and use the hashtag #TaiwanCovidRelief to help us reach as many donors as possible!
Feeds the hungry across Taiwan. $35 USD (1000 NTD) = 2 weeks of provisions for a family. Managed by the Chinese Christian Relief Assoc.
Choose Your Charity
Click on any one of the links below to donate to the charity of your choice.
Please double check the currency you are donating in (NTD or USD).
Donations are not tax deductible in the United States
Please note that these are non-US websites, so a foreign transaction fee may be charged by your credit card. Some credit cards, such as Chase Sapphire do not have foreign transaction fees.
RAISED SINCE JULY 8, 2021
With your generosity, we reached our goal of $25,000 USD in one month!
But don't stop, as the the charities haven't stopped helping!
Besides the original $10,000 that the organizers have pledged to match, we also secured an additional $15,000 USD from new matching donors!
This means that our fundraiser has donated over $50,000 USD for Taiwan’s most vulnerable.
Don't forget to fill out our tally to make sure your donation is matched!
Special thanks to
Anthonia Chang, Daniel Yo-Ling Chen, Katherine Wang, Nicholas Haggerty and netiCRM
Additional thanks to
Steve Chen, Yan Lee, Likai Gu, and Ben Liu