Haiti relief organizations are crucial to earthquake disaster recovery.Â There are many relief organizations that are set up to help with the relief efforts after an earthquake ripped through the poor nation of Haiti.Â Navigating through the various organizations that have popped up may be daunting for those interested in trying to help. Here’s a guide to some of the relief organizations that have been set up thus far.Â This is in no way comprehensive.
Yele.org is Wyclef Jean’s Web site that is devoted to helping Haiti.Â There was so much traffic to the Web site that it shut down.Â To give to Yele.org, you can log on to their Web site, or you can text “YELE” to 501501 to automatically donate $5 to the fund.Â Click here to access the Web site.
Leave it to Google to put all the most important information in one place.Â You can click through Google’s crisis response site to donate to UNICEF or CARE.Â Furthermore, the site has listed the names of other organizations that are accepting donations for relief.Â In addition, the names and phone numbers of various hospitals in the Haitian region are listed.Â Click here to access the Web site.
Bill Clinton’s Clinton Foundation is also accepting donations for earthquake relief.Â Clinton has warned that the country will have to endure a few more days of sifting through the rubble before they know the true extent of the damage.Â His Web site also gives several other links to other sites that are accepting donations.Â Access his site here.