American Jewish World Service
AJWS is working with its partner organizations in the affected countries to provide food, water, shelter, medicine, and longterm development aid.
American Red Cross
International Red Cross and Red Crescent societies in south Asia have been helping relief effort.
Americares has airlifted relief supplies to Sri Lanka and other affected countries and is collecting donations specifically to provide medicine and combat water-borne diseases.
Catholic Medical Mission Board
CMMB has created a special healthcare fund for tsunami survivors and is working with partners in India, Sri Lanka, Thailand and Bangladesh to create healthcare programs geared toward orphans, adolescents, and women.
Amma is providing housing, food and clothing, job training, and medical care to support rehabilitation in India and Sri Lanka.
Church World Service
Church World Service will focus its relief efforts in Indonesia, India, and Sri Lanka.
Episcopal Relief & Development
Providing food, water, temporary shelter, and medicine to affected dioceses in South India, Sri Lanka, and other areas in Southeast Asia.
Habitat for Humanity
Staff in Indonesia, Sri Lanka, India, Thailand, Malaysia and Bangladesh will help Habitat families in the affected areas and help rebuild houses.
International Relief Teams
IRT will send a shipment of medicine to sustain 20,000 people for three months, and will continue to assess the needs in the region.
Islamic Circle of North America Relief
The group has established the Indonesia, India, & Sri Lanka Relief Fund to provide food, medicine, clothes, tents & other supplies.
Mercy Corps, which has people on the ground throughout South Asia, is currently assessing the damage on the island of Sumatra and other areas that suffered the most.
Save the Children
Coordinating with local and international aid agencies to provide relief supplies for children and their families in Indonesia and Sri Lanka.
U.S. Fund for UNICEF
UNICEF is delivering emergency health supplies and medicines, oral rehydration therapies to prevent diarrheal dehydration, high-protein biscuits to prevent malnutrition, basic shelter materials, and water purification tablets.
Christian relief organization is mobilizing more than half of its 8,000 humanitarian workers in Asia to provide food, blankets, clothing and temporary shelter.