Support Relief Efforts in Haiti!

3161102283_9b3d483a94On January 12th, a  7.0 earthquake hit Port-Au-Prince, the capital of Haiti. According to UNICEF, thousands of people have died already, and tens of thousands more are at risk—children in particular.

Your immediate help can save lives. Not sure where to give? Charity Navigator has compiled a list of charities that are responding to the crisis. The following are just a few from that list that have received four-star ratings. Click to donate:


- Madre

- Doctors without Borders

- Americares

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