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As the death toll continues to rise in Mexico following the devastating earthquake, many are wondering where is the best place to donate. The New York Times has published a list of organizations helping with the earthquake response, including a wish list on Amazon.

Mexican Red Cross has been accepting direct donations online and has set up an Amazon Wish List for necessary items.

Direct Relief, a humanitarian aid organization, has staff members in Mexico City and has pledged that 100 percent of its donations will go directly to relief efforts, which it says will include facilitating the delivery of medical supplies to affected areas.

GlobalGiving, a crowdfunding organization, has pledged that all money donated to its earthquake fund will go to recovery and relief efforts.

Fondo Unido México, part of the United Way network, has created an emergency fund to help the areas affected by the earthquakes as well as the recent series of hurricanes.

People who lost their homes in the 7.1 magnitude earthquake rest inside a gymnasium turned in an evacuation center in Mexico City.