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Mercury One has always been committed to helping those in their time of need.

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA WILDFIRES

Southern California experienced six major wildfires with the Santa Ana winds in December 2017. The Santa Ana winds had been ruthless and there had been low humidity that has made the fires even worse. High winds caused concern for the communities fo Southern California.

Over 5,000 firefighters were on the ground tirelessly fighting the raging wildfires.

The Thomas fire in Ventura County was the first to ignite and had burned over 100,000 acres since it began. The Skirball fire was small but hugely threatening because it threatened heavily populated areas of L.A. Four other fires continued to burn uncontrollably due to the high winds caused by the Santa Ana’s.

These fires caused what has been called “apocalyptic” conditions. During this time Mercury One needed your help to send aid to the people being displaced by these fires. Due to your generous support and donations, Mercury One and our partners were able to be on the ground providing aid and support to firefighters, first responders and those displaced by the raging wildfires.

Thank you for your continued support of Mercury One and our disaster reliefs efforts.

How can you help Mercury One’s disaster relief efforts?

By donating to Mercury One’s Humanitarian Fund, you help us provide humanitarian aid and relief in the areas of veteran support, natural disasters, Israeli humanitarian initiatives, human trafficking, and domestic abuse.

Donate to Future Disaster Relief Efforts

Mercury One is eligible to receive tax-deductible contributions in accordance with Internal Revenue Code Section 170. No goods or services were provided by Mercury One in exchange for your donation. Mercury One, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Federal Tax ID #45-3929881. Your donation may be considered tax-deductible. Please consult with a tax attorney or an accountant for specific guidance.

MERCURY ONE PROVIDES HUMANITARIAN AID TO COMMUNITIES, VETERANS, THOSE IN CRISIS,

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