Jordan International Aid (JIA) is actively engaged in providing emergency relief when disasters strike around the world.

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Current Projects

Disaster Relief : Hurricane Harvey

Hurricane Harvey has caused historical flooding for Houston and it's surrounding cities. Thousands have been displaced and are without the basic necessities for living. We need your help. Jordan International Aid [JIA] has been involved in offering aid for those affected by disasters since 2005. We have served in Haiti, Kenya, Cambodia, USA, Mexico, Honduras, Nepal, and many other countries and now we are sending a Disaster Relief Team to Houston and you can help with our goal of $50,000 for this project: DONATE HERE

Disaster Relief : Sonoma County Fires

Even after JIA executive director Jacob Pereida lost his own home in the Butte/Santa Rosa Fire he poured out his heart serving fellow survivors who are his neighbors. We are currently assessing needs and are scheduling JIA to deploy on weekends to help around Santa Rosa. Some of our team members have been on the ground since Monday, offering humanitarian disaster relief aid to those affected. Our first medical team deploys this weekend to Sonoma Marin Fairgrounds shelter. Please visit us on Facebook or Twitter to receive updates on future efforts. Please help us by giving to our project that has been ongoing since Monday on the ground in Santa Rosa California. Contribute to the Sonoma County Fires Relief Project >> Donate Here


Our History

We’ve been around since 2005 when we were incorporated as a not-for-profit organization and since that time we’ve engaged with meeting human need in Nicaragua, Haiti, Japan, Cambodia, Kenya, Tanzania, Mexico, India and even in the United States after hurricane’s Katrina (New Orleans) and Sandy (northeastern United States).

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Disaster Relief

JIA is committed to and has teams of people and some level of funding that we maintain to be ready on a moment’s notice to respond to disasters around the world. If you would like to be considered as a possible resource to respond to this type of emergency, click here to send us an email.

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JIA Disaster Relief