URGENT: Karmagawa Fundraiser to Help Greece, Turkey, and Algeria Wildfire Victims

Key Takeaways

  • Countries in the Mediterranean are experiencing the worst heat wave in decades.
  • Hundreds of wildfires have devastated Greece, Turkey, and Algeria.
  • Karmagawa’s ongoing fundraiser will help victims with food, medical supplies, water, and shelter.

Mediterranean Wildfires and Floods

Much of the Mediterranean is experiencing the worst heat wave in three decades. Dry conditions and strong winds fueled more than 150 wildfires in Greece, Turkey, Algeria, and now Sicily.

Greatest Ecological Disaster Greece Has Seen in Decades

In Greece, officials evacuated dozens of towns and villages. Firefighters from at least 15 countries battled to bring the fires under control. As I write, two major fires are still burning in the Peloponnese region.

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Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis said the fires are “the greatest ecological disaster Greece has seen in decades.”

Turkey Declares Parts of Five Southern Provinces Disaster Zones

In Turkey, nine people have died with more than 800 injured. Tens of thousands of people from at least 34 villages have been evacuated. In Bodrum, boats evacuated 4,000 tourists and hotel staff.

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Turkey was ill-equipped to fight the fires. Eight countries have sent firefighting planes. Two, including the U.S., have sent helicopters. More than 4,000 personnel are part of the firefighting efforts.

Turkey has also experienced deadly flash floods in July and August. Last week, floods along the Black Sea coast forced the evacuation of 1,700 people. Up to 330 villages have no electricity after floods damaged power lines.

Algeria: 65 Killed as Fires Spread

In Algeria, 65 people have died, including 28 soldiers deployed to assist firefighters. 22 people were arrested on suspicion of arson.

As of last Wednesday, 69 fires were still burning. They’ve destroyed olive trees and killed cattle and chickens. Some villagers attempted to hold the flames back using buckets and branches.

How You Can Help

Karmagawa is raising money to help hard-hit communities in Greece, Turkey, and Algeria.

You can help by using your social media platform to spread awareness. Share this post, share the Instagram posts, and share the fundraiser below.

Tag people you know. Tag celebrities and influencers. Please, help spread the word.

100% of the funds raised will go to help people and animals affected by these devastating fires. Your donation will help provide food, water, medical treatment, and shelter. And I’m proud to announce…

Karmagawa Will Match Donations Dollar for Dollar

Karmagawa is matching the $60,000+ already raised, dollar for dollar. That means we’ll be donating at least $120,000, but that’s only a small amount of what’s possible.

Karmagawa donates 100% of profits from our charity apparel designed by co-founder Mat Abad. And I donate 100% of my trading profits.

Now, it’s up to you. Every donation, no matter how small, makes a difference.

Make a donation now and share with your friends and family…

Our fundraiser is ongoing. Please keep donating and sharing! Let’s all come together to make a difference for these communities.

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