Tens of thousands of people were left displaced from their homes after a massive 7.8 magnitude earthquake rocked parts of southeast Turkey and Syria early Monday morning. The devastating toll continues to rise as rescue efforts are underway for any survivors trapped under the rubble.

The total number of confirmed casualties, at the time of writing, has crossed 5,000, with thousands more injured in the two countries, as over 5,700 buildings came crashing down, The Guardian reported.

The U.S. Geological Survey determined the epicenter of the quake about 20 miles from Gaziantep, a major city and provincial capital 60 miles from the Syrian border, with the high-magnitude tremors felt as far as Cairo in Egypt.

The World Health Organization has warned that the toll is feared to climb as rescue teams are still sifting through the debris, although the search efforts are largely slowed down by the torrential rains and snow, BBC reported.

A host of countries have extended their support to Turkey in the face of the widespread destruction, with dozens of organizations working on ground zero to try and provide more assistance to the victims.

Meanwhile, here is a list of organizations that accepting donations as they work in the disaster zone:

Turkish Red Crescent:

The largest humanitarian aid organization in Turkey, the Turkish Red Crescent was in the worst-hit areas Monday providing support and distributing food and medical aid. Here's how you can make donations.

International Blue Crescent Relief and Development Foundation:

The relatively new organization which has an office in Gaziantep has scrambled teams to the site. IBC has set up a campaign and appealed for donations, and those looking to find more information can click here.

The White Helmets:

The organization has for years rescued victims from under the rubble after Russian airstrikes damaged buildings in rebel-held Syrian regions, and now it's at it again, bringing survivors to safety from under the pile of debris that the buildings were reduced by the Monday earthquake. You can make your contributions through their website.

The Jewish Federation of North America:

The organization has set up a disaster relief fund to mobilize more aid to the victims. The organization has an illustrated history of rushing to the aid of disaster victims in the U.S. and beyond.

Project HOPE:

Project HOPE is a 60 years history of aiding the victims of natural disasters. It collaborates with local humanitarian organizations and medical workers to deliver long-term service to victims. To make donations, click here.

Global Giving:

A trusted medium to send aid for years, Global Giving works as a connector between emergency relief nonprofits and donors. You can donate to the disaster relief fund initiated by the organization.

At least 30 people died under the rubble in Sanliurfa, southeastern Turkey