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Survivors Can Get Their Immediate Needs Met While Maintaining Privacy

With our matching service, survivors can be anonymously connected with donors to help get them back on their feet after a natural disaster.
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People Want to Help
It seems like natural disasters, such as fires in California or severe snow storms in colder areas, are an ever-increasing news item.

Thousands of people have been cut off from necessary items or jobs, evacuated from their homes for weeks at a time, or, tragically, face the project of rebuilding their destroyed homes. If you fall into any of these groups, you know that aid from near and far can be essential, but it's hard to find a good avenue for support, especially if you're moving around.

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There are so many websites today that allow you to share your story, where it could catch the eye of people online. But it's perfectly reasonable to want anonymity and simple help without turning your life into a tearjerker.

And there are plenty of potential donors, benevolent people out there who want to aid those in need without fanfare directly, and without an organization taking a cut of any financial contribution. That's why BitClave is stepping in to match donors and victims directly, through a peer-to-peer network that's entirely secure and anonymous, and based on fulfilling your actual needs.
Don't Compromise on Privacy and Data Security
BitClave's donor matching platform doesn't require any information beyond what is pertinent to your need and to verify that you are in an area impacted by a disaster—this is important to avoid fraud by people falsely claiming to live in affected communities. This information is secure and not shared with anyone, including the donor you are matched with. This maintains privacy in both directions and mitigates security risk and annoyance from signing up for support on other platforms or soliciting aid on social media.

You may be asking yourself, what's BitClave getting out of this? The answer is that as a California-based data privacy and technology company, we see our nearby communities impacted by the fire. We knew that we could stop the abuse of data shared by those already in need by setting up our donation platform, so we decided to help.
If you are a victim of a natural disaster or catastrophe, or you are someone who would like to donate to those in need, join us at usdisasterrelief.org.