Rescue and recovery organizations from around the world are on the ground in the Philippines after a massive typhoon hit the country Friday. Nearly 10,000 people are feared dead with thousands more unaccounted for.
If you are searching for or have information on a missing person, Google has launched a Typhoon Yolanda Page.
The American Red Cross has also launched a tracking service for those looking for missing family members in the Philippines. Donors can mail a check to their local chapter with “Philippines Typhoons and Floods” in the memo line.
The Philippines Red Cross has also activated a tracking database in an effort to reunite families and/or provide information. The organization is currently accepting donations and is looking for volunteers to assemble relief packages at its headquarters in Manila.
For more information on how you can help, see here.