Haiti- The Devastation and Growing List of Ways to Give.

Originally posted 2015-10-20 20:01:52. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

Haiti is in a state of crisis due to the massive earthquake it suffered less than 72 hours ago. She is a far cry from the choice destination she is depicted to be in this photo. To view coverage and find ways to donate, please continue reading.

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Viewing the footage provided by MSNBC is simply heart breaking. Here is a list of ways to donate..

Red Cross
Now, we all still have a bad taste in our mouths over the Katrina incident. We have to realize that the Red Cross is a foundation that helps everyone. Even though you donate with a specific cause in mind, that does not mean that is where the donation will end up. Visit http://www.redcross.org/ or you can text “HAITI” to 90999 to donate $10 to American Red Cross relief for Haiti.

Yele Haiti
Wyclef hails from Haiti and posted this on the Yele site
“Either you can use your cell phone to text “Yele” to 501501, which will automatically donate $5 to the Yele Haiti Earthquake Fund (it will be charged to your cell phone bill), or you can click here to DONATE.”

Doctors Without Borders
If you are a medical professional and want to help, Doctors Without Borders is currently seeking volunteers. Please visit http://doctorswithoutborders.org/

Elise Joseph Foundation
My former classmate has been passionate about her family’s home Haiti since I met her back in 1993. Her mother runs this foundation, and if you would like to view more about their history please visit http://www.elisejosephfoundation.org/ . This organization is based in Philadelphia. If you want to have more of a say about the distribution of funds or a time line of giving, feel free to join them
Date: Friday, January 15, 2010
Time: 7:15pm – 9:15pm
Location: Drexel University- Bossone Center, 1st floor

This is a message from the Executive Director
DONATIONS CAN BE SENT TO: Haiti Rescue Fund P.O. Box 12421 Philadelphia, PA 19151 Elise Joseph Foundation P. O. Box 12595 Philadelphia, PA 19151 Haitian Coalition of Philadelphia 308 Hedgerow Lane Wyncote, PA 19095 ALL ARE WELCOME. Thank you for your prayers and support. Gilda Jean-LouisPresident and Executive Director Elise Joseph Foundation and on Facebook

The Samuel Dalembert Foundation

http://www.dalembertfoundation.org/donate.html

You can donate by going the the link above.

1-888-407-4747 is the number to call is you need to get in contact with family members in Haiti.

If you have any more organizations to add to this list, feel free to email them to me at qrazyinfo@gmail.com

This is Anthony Anderson on helping out in Haiti..

“Heroes” fans knows this actor as “The Haitian” on the show…surprisingly enough he is actually from Haiti. Jimmy Jean-Louis publicly shared with us his dispare over his failed attempts to contact his parent.

According to recent reports, he has made contact with his parents.

*JUST ADDED*

Haitian Professional of Philadelphia
This memo just passed my desk

Haiti Relief Collaboration

Vivant Art Collection
&
Haitian Professional of Philadelphia
Greetings:
It has been a difficult night. Many of us are in a state of shock or more fittingly in disbelief. As an business that prides itself in keeping the rich culture of Haiti alive in Philadelphia, myself and the Haitian Professionals of Philadelphia (HPP) send our deepest and most sincere condolences to our Haitian family in our area and around the world.
We have secured a private jumbo jet to transport supplies to Haiti which is leaving in the next 24 – 48hours. We are in need of DOCTORS, NURSES and DONATIONS to go to Haiti in order to provide medical care. Vivant & HPP is currently coordinating with The Haitian Coalition of Philadelphia, the Haitian Clergy of Philadelphia, Beyond Boarders, the Mayor’s Office, Temple Haitian Student Association, University of Pennsylvania Haitian Student Association, Congressman Brady’s office, Philadelphia Young Democrats, political officials and other Haitian organizations in the surrounding area to devise a plan to provide assistance to Haiti. Frequent updates will be made to the site www.hphilly.org and www.vivantartcollection.com/events/ so please check back often. In the meantime, if you wish to provide assistance we urge you to do the following:
Supplies Needed
·         Make a monetary donation to Haitian Professionals of Philadelphia to the Haitian Relief Fund via
paypal. All funds will go towards purchasing of items that must be bought in Haiti to defray
shipping cost as well as medical supplies.
·         Purchase or bring cots and tents that will be instrumental in providing temporary shelter to those
who have been displaced.
·         Medical supplies such as band aids, alcohol, peroxide, etc.
·         Water and non-perishable food items.
·         Generators and Industrial supplies for building will be needed for rebuilding.
·         Supplies for children such as diapers, baby clothes, wipes and bottles are of great need as well.
·         Call elected officials in your area and ask them to partner with HPP.

Current Drop Off Sites
The Office of State Senator Leanna M.Washington

1555-A Wadsworth Ave.
Philadelphia PA 19150

Leon H. Sullivan Charitable Trust (UPDATED)
5601 Vine Street Unit 9
Philadelphia Pa 19139
Vivant Art Collections (Monetary donations & Medical Supplies Only)
60 North 2nd Street
Philadelphia PA 19106
FUNDRAISER AT VIVANT ART COLLECTION
IN CONJUNCTION WITH HPP, HCP, VIVANT
UNICEF & RED CROSS

MONDAY, JANUARY 18TH, 2009

MLK Day of Service

12PM – 8PM

DONATE NOW at hhphilly.org

For further information on how to help, please call Yve-Car Momperousse, Board Chair at 973-280-2307 or Florcy Morisset, Community Development Chair at 310-612-4636. You can also send an email to email vivantartcollection@gmail.com or yvecar@hpphilly.org

Press Contact: Please call Alain Joinville, Public Relations Chair at 215-287-7373 to coordinate interviews.
Moving Forward,

Florcy Morisset
Vivant Art Collection

Philadelphia Area Events

A percentage of proceeds from the following events will go towards supporting Haiti’s recovery efforts.

Events Hosted By Mike Jackson – Urban Socialite, Inc.

REVIVAL – Mature, Intelligent & Sexy – w/Cuervo Platino – HAITIAN RELIEF EFFORT

Weekly Event – Every Friday

Philadelphia, PA | Ms. Tootsie’s

PREMIUM BLEND sponsored by Ciroc Flavors

Saturday, January 16, 2010 at 10:00 PM (ET)

Philadelphia, PA | Marathon Grill

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