Shared Aid Fund For Emergency Response
Featured Program

Your donation can help empower vulnerable Filipinos

SAFER was established by a consortium of national NGO networks to aid local humanitarian organizations in responding to disaster-affected communities. The consortium is composed of CODE-NGO, Humanitarian Response Consortium, and Nassa/Caritas Philippines which all have decades of development experience, national reach, and localized tools and approaches for disaster response, rehabilitation, and recovery. The member networks have supported communities in the wake of natural disasters such as Typhoon Haiyan, Typhoon Lando, and Typhoon Nina. SAFER channels the donations to its members who have presence in all regions the country. This enables SAFER to quickly fund emergency response everywhere including remote and vulnerable communities. Given the collective experience of its member networks in providing humanitarian assistance, SAFER assures the giving public that their donations are used to deliver appropriate, effective, and efficient disaster response and relief to those who need it most.
Read more
Give to: GIVE
Share on Facebook |

Our Donors

Founded on:
146-B B. Gonzales, Varsity Hills, Brgy. Loyola Heights, Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines
Shared Aid Fund for Emergency Response (SAFER) is an organization co-founded by the Caucus of Development NGO Networks (CODE-NGO), NASSA/Caritas Philippines, and Humanitarian Response Consortium to ensure that less accessible communities have access to immediate relief and assistance in the wake of a disaster. SAFER fuels the efforts of partner NGOs through a Quick Response Fund that supports and finances their on-ground disaster relief activities.
Read more