Apple has setup a donation page to help aid those affected by the devastating Nepal earthquake that struck the nation on Saturday. Like with past disasters, Apple has partnered with the American Red Cross to handle donations, with 100 percent of the money going to the cause.

Available through a link to the iTunes Store, Apple gives people the ability to donate $5, $10, $25, $50, $100, and $200. The Associated Press reports the death toll from Nepal’s earthquake has soared past 3,300 and is expected to rise – a grim situation from an already impoverished country.

Source: iTunes (donate)

  • @dongiuj

    More news, Apple buys Nepal and granted patent for Mount Everest.
    On a serious note though, my thoughts go out to all the friends and family of the victims…

    • LWFalcon

      I think in this sad moment you should mind your tongue !

      • @dongiuj

        Mate, I send a message in memory of the 20,000+ people that lost there lives/still missing and their friends and family in Tohoku every year. Plus I said “on a serious note” so don’t tell me about “holding my tongue”.

        If I said anything negative about the victims/the friends and family of the victims then I seriously apologise with all my heart. Please tell me where I needed to hold my tongue.

        Is it because I said something about apple In the comments section of this article that you find inappropriate and offensive?

  • Chindavon

    Good move as always.