World Hongming Foundation: Earthquake Reconstructions Need Help

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The confirmed death toll from the powerful China earthquake rose to 65,000, with another 23,000 people missing. Around 15,000,000 residential homes and thousands of schools collapsed, more than 5,000,000 people have become homeless, and about 40% local government officials were killed. Generous donations with personalized funding projects and fund names from all capable individuals and business entities are encouraged for the massive after-earthquake reconstructions.

IRS-approved World Hongming Foundation calls for generous donations to help the massive earthquake reconstructions in China where the magnitude 8.0 earthquake and thousands of aftershocks took place in Sichuan China on May 12, 2008 and thereafter.

As of May 26, 2008, the Chinese Cabinet confirmed death toll from the quake rose to 65,000, with another 23,000 people missing. Premier Wen Jiabao has said the number of dead could surpass 80,000. In addition, around 15,000,000 residential homes and thousands of schools collapsed, more than 5,000,000 people have become homeless, 2,300 large dams were damaged, and 40% local government officials were killed by this most powerful earthquake and aftershocks in China.

Now the most urgent need is timely and proper earthquake reconstructions to avoid extensive social and health problems. Generous donations from the general public and all capable entities are encouraged to support the massive after-earthquake reconstruction.

Personalized funding projects and fund names are well accepted. Official receipts are to be issued to all donors for tax-deductible purposes. Donors are advised to simply write a personal or corporate check and mail the donation to the following:

World Hongming Foundation
Attn: Earthquake Relief and Reconstruction
P O Box 4820
El Monte, CA 91734
USA
Tel: 626-698-1681
Fax: 360-933-2149
Website: http://www.whmf.us

Established in 2002, World Hongming Foundation is an IRS-approved nonprofit, public-benefit, charitable foundation organized under the Section 501(c)(3), Internal Revenue Code of USA. Such donations are tax deductible under US law. Tax-Exempt ID #: 11-3662692

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