Haiti NEEDS your help now and in the future!

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 There are several ways that YOU or your organization can do now to help victims and assist in the ongoing efforts to rebuild Haiti

Check out The Whitehouse page at www.whitehouse.gov/haitiearthquake

See what Habitat for Humanity is doing to provide immediate and future shelter needs at www.habitat.org

Giving humanitarian aid to the people of Haiti via www.haitiaction.net

Contribute online to the Red Cross

Emergency donation through the NAACP for Haiti Fund

Ongoing emergency relief efforts in Haiti and the Caribbean region, go to www.unicefusa.org/haitiquake or call 1-800-4UNICEF.

Don’t be afraid to give online, send money or be plagued with “what if I give, and my money doesn’t go directly to support the survivors of the Haiti earthquake?”
We can only give in good faith, that one or more of the credible organizations and/or groups does exactly what they are supposed to do in making sure the funds go to support the vicitms of and the ongoing rebuilding efforts of Haiti.  We ALL will be held accountable!

Shelter, food, medical supplies are needed NOW and all kinds of equipment and materials will be needed for the ongoing rebuilding of Haiti for many years.  I, Pleshette, asked myself what would it feel like to wake up in Haiti at this moment….could I cope….would I survive….how would I react….and would I think there would be recovery????  The people of Haiti need our help now and HOPE for living for today and tomorrow!

NEW YORK, Jan. 16 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — The U.S. Fund for UNICEF today applauded the joint efforts of President Obama and Former Presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush in ensuring that the American response to the crisis in Haiti is sustained over the long-term.

“On behalf of Haiti’s children, we applaud the joint initiative of President Obama and Former Presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush to provide leadership, resources and visibility to the long term recovery effort,” said Caryl Stern, President and CEO of the U.S. Fund for UNICEF.

“When the media spotlight fades from the initial disaster relief, UNICEF and its partners will still be on the ground, working to build Haiti back and this cannot be accomplished with out sustained support. Though we cannot undo the damage of Tuesday’s earthquake, we can decide to make Haiti’s children a priority and work to ensure their childhoods are not irrevocably destroyed by its aftermath.” >>read more


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