Help Support Earthquake Disaster Relief in Haiti
Posted Jan 13, 2010 by Sarah Koch
Yesterday, a devastating 7.0 earthquake struck just outside the capital city of Port au Prince, Haiti. The quake leveled buildings in the capital city and has caused significant damage throughout the country. Nonprofits on the ground in Haiti, such as Oxfam and World Vision, have already mobilized to provide relief, support and essential services to those affected by the earthquake. Their emergency teams are responding with public health, water and sanitation services as well as food, clean water, blankets, and tents to children and families impacted by the earthquake and aftershocks in Haiti. Since Oxfam launched their cause “Help Earthquake Survivors in Haiti” late last night, over 500 people have come together to donate $4,642!
Help the survivors of the Haiti earthquake by donating to Oxfam or World Vision’s earthquake relief campaigns:
World Vision: www.causes.com/worldvision