HELP Haiti!


Our hearts go out to those in Haiti in the wake of the recent devastation. There are some links below with more information about the recent crisis and ways to contribute to the Haiti relief efforts:

Apple has set up an iTunes Store page for Haiti donations. You can also help just by signing this petition: Drop the Debt petition. There are organizations like World Vision, UNICEF USA, and The Red Cross who are accepting donations. Google has also set up a Crisis Response page with an easy way to donate money to other legitimate relief organizations. There are even ways to text your donations, just check out CNN’s extensive list of organizations that are helping in the Haiti relief efforts. If you don’t already know about the earthquake disasters and aftermath in Haiti, here are some videos on the current situation.

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17 thoughts on “HELP Haiti!

  1. Having lived through a number of hurricanes, the reality is that not only are these folks suffering now, but they will be suffering for many years to come.It will take years and an enormous amount of funds to rebuild the infrastructure, not to mention building dwellings, schools, and stores. One can only hope that the internatinal community continues to supprt the people in Haiti. Then, one can only hope that they will have leadership that supports the people of Haiti.

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  5. The scary thing is that you usually never know who these people might be until it’s too late.
    It also leaves the employee with limited options and ineligibility
    for unemployment benefits in the US. Although people may find the
    situation uncomfortable, embarrassing, and inconvenient right now; with enough
    persistence and determination, the entire issue can be solved, the debt
    can be paid, and life can be great again.

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