Türkiye-Syria Earthquake Emergency Appeal


Two powerful earthquakes have struck Türkiye and Syria in the space of 12 hours. Please donate now!

  • 1
  • 2
  • 3

Donate now

can provide emergency ready-to-eat food to a family
can provide a family with thermal clothing and blankets
can provide a tent for a family who have lost their home

Your Details

Payment Details


I'd like to add a little extra to help cover fundraising costs.

The first earthquake measuring 7.8 magnitude hit south-eastern Türkiye, near the Syrian border and the second one struck four kilometres outside Ekinozu in central Türkiye.

Over 35,000 people have died so far in Türkiye and Syria, and thousands have been injured and displaced.

Major buildings have collapsed and the numbers are expected to rise as the search for survivors continues in both countries.

Countless families are homeless and are in desperate need. ActionAid’s emergency teams are working with local partner organisations to asses damage and provide emergency support.

Your urgent donation will help provide women and their families with immediate support such as shelter, medical aid, food, cash, and sources of heat.

We must act now! Please donate $100 now to help those in urgent need.


90% of your donation will go directly to our Türkiye-Syria Earthquake Appeal and 10% to fundraising and administration.

In the event that funds raised exceed the amount required to meet the immediate and longer term needs of the people impacted, ActionAid Australia will direct donations to our Arise Fund, which supports disaster preparedness, response and recovery for current and future emergencies.
Emergency food icon

$70 could provide emergency, ready-to-eat food for one family

Thermal clothes icon

$130 could provide thermal clothes and blankets for a family of four living in freezing conditions

Family in tent icon

$350 could provide a tent for a family who have lost their home


ActionAid is a global women’s rights organisation supporting women living in poverty and exclusion in more than 40 of the world’s poorest countries. Our key areas of focus are on economic justice, climate justice and women’s rights in emergencies. We want to see a just, fair, and sustainable world, in which all women thrive.

Photo by Omer Alven/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images