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January 14th, 2010
06:23 PM ET

How to help: Impact your world

Impact Your World

It's been more than one month since a 7.0-magnitude earthquake rocked Haiti. An International Red Cross spokesman warned that up to 3 million people may have been affected by the quake. Here are some organizations specifically helping Haiti.

How you can help:
International Medical Corps
Direct Relief International
World Vision
International Relief Teams
Yéle Haiti
American Red Cross
Operation USA
CARE
Catholic Relief Services
World Food Programme
World Concern
Save the Children
UNICEF USA
Mercy Corps
Operation Blessing International
Shelterbox
Americares
Operation USA
Doctors Without Borders
Medical Teams International
The International Committee of the Red Cross
The Salvation Army
More ways to help victims of NATURAL DISASTERS

Go here for more resources...


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soundoff (9 Responses)
  1. m graves

    seeing all the damage in haiti, was there any damage done in the other part of that country?

    January 14, 2010 at 6:18 pm |
  2. Laura

    I remember from Katrina that some people were able to get clean water for drinking from undamaged hot water heaters. This could save some lives if people are able to get water from hot water heaters in Haiti.

    January 14, 2010 at 6:10 pm |
  3. karin hernandez

    I am an american living in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. Everyone knows someone who has missing or dead loved ones affected by this tragedy here. Story after story, so close it could have been here. It's heartbreaking. Even if we can't get over to physically help we are finding ways to help person by person here, sometimes by simply offering money to help them get back to Haiti to begin the search for their missing loved ones.

    January 14, 2010 at 5:54 pm |
  4. Stephan Durand

    Hello, My name is Stephan Durand From Suncard Group, a company operating in the French West Indies, Haiti and Dominican Republic.
    We are heading to Haiti this weekend with Help and Satellite phones to be able to help with the communication of our loved ones and friends. We also have our staff on the ground that is also in dyer need of help.
    we can be reached right now. We will be setting up outpost in different area's where people will be able to come to us and we will do our best to help communicate with their loved one in the US and abroad.

    Please contact us here in the Dominican Republic 1-809-200-8007

    January 14, 2010 at 5:52 pm |
  5. jesse

    i buy far dont have cash to donate but if you get me there i would give a few days of whatever help i could you guys r awesome by the way 724 421 8098

    January 14, 2010 at 5:41 pm |
  6. v.marrs

    In your great coverage of what is happening, I couldn't help noticing that the ground space around the palace is clear and quite large. Given the logistical problems of getting aid in by road and by sea; I wonder if this space is large enough for helicopters to get the cargoed aid in to this more central location so that relief stations could be set up and relief made available in and out of this location.

    January 14, 2010 at 5:36 pm |
  7. Christy

    I watched your show last night, what you are showing is unbelievable. I am sure it is even more difficult for you being there watching with your own eyes. This calls for a Dispatches From The Edge part 2

    January 14, 2010 at 5:01 pm |
  8. angie

    If anyone knows the best place to report news of a loved one that is a U.S. citizen that has been found dead on the streets of Carrefour, Haiti please let me know. My boyfriends aunts and grandmother were killed in this tragedy and one of his aunts is a citizen. We want to know how we can have their bodies retrieved. Please. If anyone knows anything respond to this post.

    January 14, 2010 at 4:09 pm |
  9. Lorraine

    Why don't they move the injured and uninjured away from the area, to another part of the country so relief efforts can be more aggresive?

    January 14, 2010 at 3:56 pm |