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Help Haiti

The search for survivors continues as rescue teams from China, France, Spain and the U.S. search under the rubble of collapsed buildings, days after an earthquake hit the world's poorest country, Haiti.

January 12, 2010 was a tragic day for
millions across the world, as a 7.0 convulsion hit Port-au-Prince, Haiti, destroying monuments, hospitals, prisons and neighborhoods, taking the lives of more than 70,000 people.

While rescuers are frantically working to save the trapped and injured, wreckage and destroyed airports and roadways make relief efforts difficult to if at all possible. Haitians have taken it upon themselves to search for survivors. With little supplies, medicine and food, the death toll drastically increases daily.
The people of Haiti desperately needed aid from EVERYONE around the world. There are a number of non-profit organizations that are working to assist relief efforts with monetary funds and goods. Whatever you can contribute will help someone in a great way.

Here are a few creditable organizations that you can use to contribute what you can to the people of Haiti. Remember we are all brothers and sisters and we only have each other in the mist of crisis and ANYTHING you can do to help is worth giving.

Human United for Action

Community Coalition for Haiti

Doctors without Borders

Donate through your At&T cell phone:
  • Wireless customers can donate money to the Red Cross International Relief fund by sending a text message with the word "HAITI" to 90999.
  • After a confirmation message arrives, the customer must reply "yes" to finalize the donation, which is added to their bill or deducted from the prepaid account.
  • AT&T said 100 percent of the money will be passed onto the Red Cross although standard text messaging rates apply.