Helping Hand

The people of Haiti need you. They don’t know your name, where you live, or if you’ve ever visited Haiti. But if you’ve seen the gut-wrenching videos and photos coming out of Haiti, you know that right now—at this very moment—all they want to know is if you can help them.

With a death toll reaching six figures, a reported 300,000 people suddenly left homeless, and 2 million without food, the earthquake survivors are just looking for help—any help—as they wander past collapsed buildings, through chaotic mobs, and over dead bodies littered in the streets in search of food, medicine, and the whereabouts of their family. The loss of human life and human dignity continues to rise each day. Tragically, the poorest nation in the world became exponentially poorer.

By contributing financially to the many disaster relief agencies, like UNICEF, Mercy Corps, or American Red Cross, we can help the Haitians take the difficult first steps on the long road to recovery. Hopefully, we’ll all be able to give a helping hand to strangers in need when the need is so great.

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