I've previously written about some of the worldwide charitable work done by the LDS Church, and now via lds.org/ldsfoundation is another opportunity to be of service:
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints extends its sympathy and assistance to the citizens of Myanmar following the recent devastating cyclone.
Church leadership has approved funds to purchase large quantities of tarps, blankets, basic food, medical equipment, and especially clean drinking water for those in need. All items are being purchased in Myanmar or in nearby countries. The Church is partnering with Atlanta-based CARE International, a well-known non-governmental organization, to distribute the supplies.
Church humanitarian representatives will continue to monitor and assess the situation.
Donate to the Emergency Response Fund.