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Haiti on my mind

January 16th, 2010

I’m stepping out of my blog vacuum for just a moment here. If you’re like me, you’ve been overwhelmed with news and images of the earthquake that happened in Haiti earlier this week. On the off-chance that you have been meaning to donate to help out but just weren’t sure how or where to do it, below are a few links you can follow to make a contribution.

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F O R   C A N A D I A N S

Canucks, please note: The federal government will match any donations made to registered charitable groups for the Haitian disaster from Jan. 12 to Feb. 12, up to a maximum of $50 million.

  • Text the word “Haiti” to 45678 (in Canada only) on behalf of the Salvation Army in Canada.

  • CBC has created a site dedicated to Haiti relief, and it can help you direct your contribution here.

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  • Text the word “Haiti” to 85944 to donate $5 on behalf of the Rescue Union Mission and MedCorp International.

  • Text the word “Haiti” to 25383 to donate $5 On behalf of the Internal Rescue Committee.

  • The New York Times Blog has listed a number of ways to contribute here.

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Even as I watch the news with puffy eyes, I also know I’ll never come close to comprehending the depth of the devastation this earthquake has caused and will continue to impose on the people involved.

If you know of any other links or ways to donate (whether from Canada/USA or elsewhere), please feel free to leave a comment here.

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  1. January 16th, 2010 at 19:38 | #1

    Hello,

    Thanks for mentioning the Haiti relief efforts and in particular the joint efforts of the Humanitarian Coalition.

    All the best,
    Cicely
    Save the Children

  2. April 14th, 2015 at 06:06 | #2

    Past the fundamentals, the Haitian People’s Support Job is committed to providing extensive help with exactly what
    is called the Future Fund,” cash set aside largely for the children at Maison D’Espoir to find out a craft, start a business or various other endeavor once they mature. The household has dedicated to 5 additional years of assistance for a demand they have understood in person, one that proceeds with the most up to date battle to endure.

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