Indonesia Tsunami Appeal
The latest tsunami in Indonesia what happened ?
On Saturday, vast waves engulfed coastal towns on the islands of Sumatra and Java leaving at least 430 dead and more than 150 missing.
It destroyed hundreds of buildings, sweeping away cars and uprooting trees in several popular tourist destinations.
At least 16,000 people still remain displaced and rescue workers are struggling to reach remote areas of the country that have been hit by the tsunami.
Thousands of people are living in temporary shelters like mosques of schools, with dozens sleeping on the floor. A state of emergency will stay in place until 4 January.
According to some evacuees, clean water, fresh clothes and blankets are in short supply.
Aid is only starting to just reach the town of Sumur that was cut off by the tsunami, with volunteers having to piece together makeshift bridges out of concrete blocks to reach the area.
Crisis Aid Indonesia is on the ground right now surveying and helping the suffering and needy people. We need your donations now to provide food, blankets and shelter to those who have lossed everything.
£50 provides food for a family
£100 life saving emergency supplies
Zakat and Sadaqah are both acceptable for this cause.
Crisis Aid are on the ground right now helping those who have been effected by the tsunami disaster.