We are currently working with the Red Cross to organise a disaster relief package to the Chilean people after a massive 7.7 magnitude earthquake occurred off their southern coast. Deploying R.T.E.P.S ( Ready To Eat Protein Systems ) we are effectively aiding in these peoples tragic situation

A magnitude 7.7 earthquake occurred off the coast of southern Chile, 40 km (about 25 miles) southwest of Puerto Quellon.The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center issued a tsunami threat message for parts of the Pacific Ocean close to the earthquake.

Chile sits on an arc of volcanoes and fault lines circling the Pacific Ocean known as the "Ring of Fire." The area experiences frequent earthquakes and volcanic eruptions.

Chile has had more than a dozen quakes of magnitude 7.0 and above. In February 2010, an 8.8 magnitude earthquake killed more than 700 people and affected more than 2 million others. That quake struck off the Pacific coast about 60 miles northwest of Chillan, Chile, at a depth of nearly 22 miles.
The city of Concepcion, Chile, and the Maule and Bio Bio regions were devastated, with buildings in ruins and roads left unpassable. In the quake's immediate aftermath, more than 1.5 million people were without power in and around Santiago.
More than 300 people were killed, according to Chile's Office of Emergency Management, and 15 are missing. 

Currently deploying R.T.E.P.S ™ ( Ready To Eat Protein Systems ) to help relieve the impact of the draught, we are also asking for any type of donation to further aid in relief. Every donation dollar goes to help Chile's current situation by supplying both food and water to the people in desperate need.

We personally thank you for your generosity in this environmental disaster, and hope to end it soon.


Chile earthquake, December 25, 2016 - ShakeMap

Estimated population exposure to earthquake shaking