Flooding from a monsoon has terrorized the Philippines, and Google has set up a crisis response site with related resources. This includes a person finder, emergency contact information, maps showing shelters, donation centers and the flood extent, and news and updates related to the flooding.
New Google Crisis Response site for the Philippines features Google Person Finder, emergency contact information, a map of shelter locations and more.
View the site here:
Though Google is often accused of being “evil,” by those who question certain business practices related to its search engine (mostly because of the company’s famous “do no evil” mantra), I don’t think many would disagree that this is a decidedly un-evil action from the company’s philanthropic arm, Google.org.
In fact, Google has offered similar resources for a number of natural disasters.