Minneapolis-based Questscope Helps Earthquake Victims in Syria

Minneapolis-based Questscope Helps Earthquake Victims in Syria

Minneapolis-based non-profit organization, Questscope, is extending its humanitarian efforts to help earthquake victims in Syria. The organization has reached out to the affected areas and provided aid to those who have lost their homes and loved ones due to the recent seismic activity.

According to reports, a magnitude 4.3 earthquake struck northern Syria on Monday evening, causing significant damage to several buildings in the area. Many people have been left homeless as a result of the disaster.

Questscope has been working with partners on the ground in Syria for many years, providing support and resources for refugees and other vulnerable populations. In response to this latest crisis, they have mobilized their team quickly and effectively.

"We are deeply saddened by this tragedy," said John Crouchley III, Executive Director of Questscope. "Our hearts go out to all those affected by this disaster."

The organization's team has been distributing emergency supplies such as food, water, blankets, tents and medical kits. They are also providing psychological assistance through counseling services for those traumatized by the earthquake.

"We know that these people are going through an incredibly difficult time right now," added Crouchley III. "We want them to know that they are not alone; we stand with them during this challenging period."

Questscope is calling upon donors worldwide who would like to assist with relief efforts aimed at assisting Syrian earthquake victims; anyone can donate online or through other means provided on their website.

The work done by organizations like Questscope remains crucial in supporting communities that suffer from natural disasters around the world; it is essential that more individuals come together and support such initiatives today more than ever before.