On Tuesday, a 7.1 magnitude earthquake struck Mexico, causing widespread damage, including collapsed buildings.
Around 18 neighborhoods in Mexico City have reported serious damages and need help.
Many areas affected in Mexico City are asking for food, lanterns, and equipment for excavation.
The online response to the catastrophe has been swift, and people are using social media to provide information on how to help those affected by the earthquake.
Twitter users have sprung into action, and have gathered and posted addresses of areas that require immediate help.
For those who would like to donate economically, here are some organizations currently taking donations:
You can donate to the Mexican Red Cross using this link.
They've also opened a bank account to accept further donations.
Unicef Mexico is accepting donations for child victims of the earthquake. You can donate here.
Brigada de Rescate Topos, a group of volunteers that help with disaster relief in Mexico, is also accepting donations through Paypal. They've also opened a bank account.
Global Giving will provide relief to survivors in the form of emergency supplies in addition to longer-term recovery assistance.
GoFundMe has several campaigns supporting individual needs.
Save The Children is accepting donations to help children in need.
World Vision staff are preparing to respond and deliver relief supplies to affected communities.
You can also go directly to disaster relief centers to donate provisions and supplies.
In terms of specifics, relief centers are asking for canned goods.
They're also asking for water, medicine, batteries, flashlights, extension cords, and everyday household items.
If you're residing in the affected areas, open your Wi-Fi and take provisions to your nearest disaster relief center.
To help with communication several institutions are offering phone lines to contact friends and family.
Finally, as a precaution the Civil Defense and other disaster relief groups have asked people to refrain from entering disaster zones.
Ride sharing apps Cabify and Uber made their services free until 10:00pm.
If you or someone you know is in Monterrey, here's a list of disaster relief centers.
This post was translated from Spanish.