Thank you all who have read my post and have tried to contribute to one of the areas below. I have more information if you need it and if you can please pass it around:
all fire stations will be collecting these 5 items
Canned Milk (Evaporated)
Canned Milk (Condensed)
Do not forget that they also need baby supplies, they need clothes and toothbrushes, toothpaste, anything that also has to do with hygiene. Anything can help.
Haiti has suffered tremendously in this earthquake and we are asking that everyone get together and help. You don’t need money to help, you can help donate clothes, canned foods whatever might be helpful.
I have come across a few places here in Miami that are asking for your help:
3555 NW 7th Street, MIAMI FL 33125 – At Life Skills Center from 7AM TO 4PM. 1st Charter leaves Friday. Looking for Food, Clothes, Water, Necessities. Accepting Donations at the school. – PLEASE HELP HAITI!
Haiti Relief——->Large truck that will be on the corner of 1st & Alton Rd. South Beach, FL 33139 –beginning at 6:00 pm today (01/13/10) and will be there 24/7 until it is filled. Items most needed: blankets, tents, batteries, candles, clothing, medicine and canned food.
Publix is collecting donations for Haiti. They have teamed up with American Red Cross to help. Also, Power 96 will be at Calder Race Course from 6-6 tomorrow collecting food, water, etc. PLEASE HELP these people. Every little bit matters. Spread the word.
AMERICAN AIRLINES is taking doctors and nurses to Haiti for free. Please call 212-697-9767. Spread the word. Thank you.
If anyone knows of any other donation locations that I can post, PLEASE let me know.
For Donations (Please help Haiti) Click on one of the links below:
This didn’t only happen to people in Haiti, it’s happening to us. We have people that live among us that have family there, and I send my prayers out to those families. In the Miami Herald this morning I read that two journalist from UF were there working on a documentary there names Jon Bougher and Roman Safiullin, we are still waiting to hear from them. No one has heard from them since this devastating disaster. Safiullin last posted a note on his Facebook page on Jan. 9, saying he was in Port-au-Prince. This means it was most likely that they were still there when the earthquake hit. I hope they are okay, and I hope their families hear back from them soon. UPDATE: I heard in the news last night that they were able to find out that Jon & Roman are in fact okay. I’m sure their parents are now relieved and can breath.
I heard on the radio that Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt gave 1 million to help in the relief. I want to say thank you and I hope there are others who have the money like they do to help in this way, in any way.
Please help however you can.