We built Community Help because people instinctively want to help in a crisis - Mark Zuckerberg

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We built Community Help because people instinctively want to help in a crisis, but the lack of global safety infrastructure makes it hard to turn willingness into action. Now in an emergency, people can offer food and shelter, or they can volunteer to help out.

We've already seen people using Community Help after tornadoes in New Orleans and wildfires in New Zealand. This week thousands of people are using it to respond to floods in Peru. There's a lot more to do here, but it's inspiring to see how much people come together to help each other.
We built Community Help because people instinctively want to help in a crisis - Mark Zuckerberg We built Community Help because people instinctively want to help in a crisis - Mark Zuckerberg Reviewed by lawson james on March 24, 2017 Rating: 5

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