No. There are a number of additional factors, such as language, culture, geography, and travel expenses that often make it more difficult to maintain a solidarity-based response internationally. Because of this, at least for the time being, we are focusing on deepening our relationships, growing our capacity, and responding within the U.S. However, we may know of locally rooted efforts in a foreign country experiencing a disaster to which we could connect you if you are interested in volunteering or sending aid. If you know of solidarity-based, just-recovery responses in other countries, please reach out about it, so we can amplify their efforts.