Organizations that have mobilized in response to the earthquakes in Haiti
Haiti Emergency Relief Fund
East Bay Sanctuary Covenant
HaitiAction.net is a leading news source for breaking news and analysis on the current situation in Haiti. Our primary content provider is HIP — Haiti Information Project — which works with journalists on the ground in Haiti. Other sources of content are: The Haiti Action Committee — HAC in Port-au-Prince; AHP Haïti - L'Agence Haïtienne de Presse; Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti — IJDH ; and the Canada Haiti Action Network — CHAN
Founded 1987. Paul Farmer, Thomas J. White, and Todd McCormack to support medical project in Haiti. The organization works to bring modern medical care to poor communities around the world. For a donation of $120 / $10 per month to KPFK, the station will thank you with the purchase on your behalf of needed emergency medical supplies for the people of Port au Prince, Haiti, who have been impacted by the earthquake of January 12.
Items such as: blankets, tents, orthopedic supplies, sutures, bandages, non-powdered sterile gloves, syringes will be provided to doctors on the ground in Haiti [ Pledge Now ]
3617 Hayden Avenue, Suite A
Culver City, California 90232
OpUSA helps communities at home and abroad overcome the effects of disasters, disease and endemic poverty by providing privately-funded relief, reconstruction and development aid. Working with grass-roots partners on the ground, Operation USA provides material and financial assistance necessary in the face of a disaster, as well as to combat the effects of systemic poverty. Dedicated to rebuilding with commitment and listening to communities’ voices to determine the best way to assist them, Operation USA stays in the field long after many others leave. Long-term projects are supported that promote education and health services, sustainable development, leadership building, income generating activities and advocacy on behalf of vulnerable people worldwide.OpUSA is appealing for donations of funds from the public and corporate donations in bulk of health care materials, water purification supplies and food supplements which it will ship to the region from its base in the Port of Los Angeles.
Haiti Reborn; Promoting just U.S. policies, reforestation, and women's rights in Haiti
Haiti Reborn works in the United States to build grassroots activism to support
just U.S. policies toward Haiti. We also work to support grassroots
organizations in Haiti, including the reforestation program in Gros
Morne, and the Commission of Women Victims for Victims (KOFAVIV) in
Amoeba will MATCH all online sales of Music for Haiti titles during the month of February and will donate the combined total to the international medical humanitarian organization Doctors without Borders in support of their efforts to provide emergency medical care for the thousands of people in Haiti who were injured by the massive quake.
What If Foundation