Our Purpose: To inspire people all over the world to compassionate, courageous, and selfless acts of rescue.


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Getting involved will always make a difference to the one you help – and that’s what a Storm Warrior never forgets, and why a Storm Warrior never quits.

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If you are new to Storm Warriors, please feel welcome to explore the whole site! We invite you to consider becoming a regular visitor who enjoys the periodic Storm Reports: newsletter style documents telling the stories of real people in real need from around the world. You can learn of ways to help, should you ever decide to do so. Please upload a photo and tell us a little about yourself on your profile page. Welcome to the Storm Warriors Community!

Blog Posts

"Civilians with smartphones combat war crimes – with an app"

Posted by William J. Welte on August 31, 2015 at 7:18am 0 Comments

The Christian Science Monitor has an article on what civilians are doing to track war crimes.

From the article: "A new mobile phone app enabling civilians in conflict-torn countries to capture and share verifiable footage of war crimes will help authorities to prosecute the perpetrators, a leading legal body said as it launched the app June 8."

Check out the…


Concern Worldwide

Posted by William J. Welte on August 30, 2015 at 7:00am 0 Comments

From the website: "Concern helps the extreme poor and most vulnerable of the world’s population recover from disaster, fight malnutrition and deadly diseases, strengthen their resilience to climate extremes, and more."

Consider donating.

Compassion International

Posted by William J. Welte on August 29, 2015 at 8:30am 0 Comments

Compassion International is a 4-star rated non-profit.

From the website: "In a world where more than a billion children live on less than U.S. $2 per day, child sponsorship is the most strategic way to end child poverty, particularly when it is integrated into a holistic approach to child…


Lighting program in rural Pakistan

Posted by William J. Welte on August 23, 2015 at 6:00am 0 Comments

Check out an article in the Christian Science Monitor on a program to provide lamps in rural Pakistan.

From the article: "Bibi has recently become a "Light Lady", one of the women that the Buksh Foundation, a nonprofit organization in Lahore, Pakistan, has trained to help spread the benefits of solar energy throughout rural Pakistan."

Find out how you can support the Buksh Foundation:… Continue

Concern America

Posted by William J. Welte on August 28, 2015 at 8:30am 0 Comments

From the website: "Concern America taps into a community’s greatest resource, the people themselves, to alleviate poverty and to improve lives.

We are invited by local organizations to collaborate on community development projects. We send long-term field volunteers who work with the communities to identify most pressing needs and develop local solutions."

Consider donating.

Nicholas Kristof on Dr. Tom Catena's work in Sudan

Posted by William J. Welte on August 27, 2015 at 8:34am 0 Comments

Nicholas Kristof has posted a blog post on how to help Dr. Tom Catena, a doctor who is working to help patients in Sudan.

From the post: "My June 27 column was about an amazing American physician trying to save lives in the Nuba Mountains of Sudan, even as he’s being bombed by the government. I’m sure some readers will want to support his work, so let me explain how you can go…



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