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Help Needed to Support Victims of the Earthquake in Haiti

Haiti Survivors Evacuation
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Several members of ICAR's student community, as well as their famililes and loved ones, are feeling the direct impact of this tragedy.  Whatever support we can give to the people of Haiti and our colleagues who are suffering is urgently needed.

This need will persist far beyond the immediate humanitarian crisis and recovery will require sustained attention from the International Community.

We ask you to find a way to help by contributing to a fund established to assist ICAR Community members as well as consulting the list of relief organizations listed below.  It is very important to distribute these resources to your networks as well.

ICAR Haiti Relief Fund

Donations to benefit ICAR community members are being accepted at the ICAR Front Desk: 5th floor of the Truland Building.  Please contact Lori-Ann Stephensen for more information.

Relief Organizations

Providing Basic Needs:
American Red Cross
CARE
World Vision
UNICEF USA
International Relief Teams
Save the Children
Catholic Relief Services
Samaritan's Purse
American Jewish World Services
Clinton Foundation
Yéle Haiti
World Concern
Mercy Corps
Operation Blessing International
UN Central Emergegency Response Fund (CERF)
Mercy & Sharing

Providing Shelter:
Shelterbox
Habitat for Humanity International

Providing Medical Aid:
Direct Relief International
International Medical Corps
Medical Teams International
Doctors Without Borders
Operation USA
MAP International
The International Committee of the Red Cross
World Health Organization
Americares
Project Medishare

Providing Food:
World Food Programme
The Salvation Army
Compassion International
Food for the Poor

Source: CNN http://www.cnn.com/impact

Use your phone to make a donation:

text "HAITI" to 90999 and a $10 donation will be made to The Red Cross

Text "Yele" to 501501  and a $5 donation will go to Yéle Haiti