Haiti: Resources and how to help In the wake of the utter devastation inflicted by the earthquake in Haiti, the efforts and contributions of people everywhere are crucial. If you're looking for ways to help, try these organizations: The U.S.
Edeline B. Clermont weeps in the "Little Haiti" area of Miami on Tuesday, Jan. 12, 2010 as she talks to her sister in Boston after both were unable to contact relatives in Haiti after hearing news about the earth the 7.0 magnitude earthquake that shook the island. (AP Photo/Alan Diaz AP Photo/Al Diaz Last updated 2:22 p.m. U.S. Haitians Desperate to Contact Kin
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Voices on Haiti The earth rocked. Buildings crashed. A heartbeat later, so much of Haiti was gone. Haiti Connect | MiamiHerald.com
Hurricane Sandy now ranks at an 8.34 on Facebook's Talk Meter, a tool that measure the overall chatter around an event and terms associated with that topic and ranks them on a 10-point scale. Male and female Facebook users in the United St...ates are buzzing equally about the storm –- with women at an 8.35, and men slightly lower at an 8.33. Scores fluctuate with age -– but even the lowest scores, from users age 13-17, are higher than 7.6. The peak chatter is among users 55 and up, at an 8.65. Geographic Talk Meter Rankings: 1. Global Relief on Facebook
We are all saddened to hear of the tragedy in Haiti today. While we still don't know the full extent of the damage, we can be confident that an already fierce, daily struggle to survive has taken a disastrous turn for many Haitians. Like most of you, I wanted to immediately know how I could help. So, I checked in with a few of my friends, people who, not coincidentally, I happen to admire most, and here is what I pulled together. In no particular order: Chris Sacca's 'What is left?': Six ways you can help in Haiti.
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Children are always the most vulnerable population in any natural disaster, and UNICEF is there for them. Use this form to make a secure, tax-deductible donation to the U.S. Fund for UNICEF, supporting UNICEF's ongoing work for the children of Haiti: $50, $100, $250, $500 or any amount you can give will make a difference. Haiti's recovery depends on your continued commitment. If you prefer, print a form to send your donation by mail or call 1.800.FOR.KIDS (1.800.367.5437) to donate by phone. * required information UNICEF USA:
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$1.2 Million in Donations for Haiti, via Text Message - Bits Blo Update | 12:48 a.m. The organizers of the mobile donations said on Twitter Thursday night that over $2 million had been raised. Update | 6:51 p.m. Adding more information about the campaign and updating the total raised.
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Yele.org Yele Haiti: Continue the Relief Continuing to Aid Relief Efforts in Haiti Guide to Haiti Aid We know that much of the world's attention is no longer focused on the people of Haiti.