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By Nova Image Media Group, Inc.
"Any given opportunity where Dola Mizik can display Haiti’s art of music, is one we will grasp and embark on!” Jean-Max Valcourt, Maestro of the band.
By Hope for the Hungry
Dine Here and Give Hope. On August 14th from 5pm and 10pm at McAlister's Deli of Temple during “Taste of Hope”. Eat-in or carry-out, 10% of all sales will go to support Hope for the Hungry. Plus, bring school supplies for students in Haiti.
By Unger & Knight Communications
Canadian children's author, Tanya Donahue, teamed up with professional illustrator, Tammie Lyon, to produce her first children's book titled The Hooligans Have Landed. Proceeds from the entire first year were donated to aid relief efforts in Haiti.
After his tour in Iraq, Jim Burnett is making it his new mission to help children abroad starting with an eye clinic in Haiti this October.
By Visual Ingenuity
Learn How to Install Water Purification Systems in Underdeveloped Countries
By Woodmeister Master Builders
Woodmeister Master Builders donates a box truck to the Be Like Brit nonprofit organization. The truck will be used to ship much needed supplies to Haiti for the construction of an orphanage.
By Rep Dom Webs
Imagine Oneness Foundation is a "not for profit" charity based in the Dominican Republic with its main objective of helping schools on both sides of the border with Haiti improve their conditions for the benefit of the children's future education
By Family Values Philanthropy
Give Mom a Break & share Mom’s life-giving love at Mother’s Day Breakfast sponsored by Knights of Columbus at St. Anthony Parish, Sun., May 13, 8:30 – noon. Event proceeds help provide prosthetics to Heal Haiti’s Children Earthquake victims
By Amour Creole Magazine
“Readers are thrilled for a publication that recognizes them as Caribbean-Americans, not just black or African-American."-Esther Lafontant, Publisher
By The Words Workshop
Warehouse management software provider MACS is one of the UK’s leading suppliers of standard and bespoke WMS in the United Kingdom and since its formation in 1990 it has also become well established in countries across the globe.
By New Jerusalem Orphanage Center Inc.
While many have used fame and fortune to bring aid to Haiti, New Jerusalem Orphange Center's director, Yanick Charles, educates, feeds, and shelters 194 children on a nursing assisstance's salary and unparallel devotion.
By The Caribbean Institute
Successful development programs have one characteristic whether they address jobs, health, agriculture or education: they are inclusive. Building inclusiveness should be the underlying objective of all development programs regardless of sector.
By Dolson Avenue Medical
Dr. Brune donates his time and talent to underprivileged in Haiti through Global Health Outreach
By Jeff Pedigo - Hope for the Hungry
Dine Here and Give Hope. On April 3rd from 5pm and 10pm at McAlister's Deli in Temple during the “Taste of Hope”. Eat-in or carry-out, 10% of all sales will go to support Hope for the Hungry. Plus, bring school supplies for students in Haiti.
By Trees for the Future
Trees for the Future is entering Global Giving's fundraising challenge starting April 1st until April 30. Trees for the Future pilot project for fundraising is Reforestation in Haiti.
By Devon Preparatory School
Devon Prep Senior Connell White visits Haiti at the invitation of the University of Notre Dame.
By Tom Greever
Chicago area church gives away 100% of its weekend offering, totalling $500,000+, to help people in Haiti, The Philippines, East Aurora & more. Community Christian Church is helping people find their way back to God through Celebration Generosity.
Hear how Wilnor Tereau changed his life around and became an overnight sensation
By Cowtown Creative, LLC
With Michael Keister at the helm, Air Assist has been making life-saving transactions on a daily basis, especially on the African Continent.
By Sean Gass
Gateway High School, a college-preparatory charter school in San Francisco, together with nonprofit service organization buildOn, have a lofty goal of sending 15 students to Haiti in June 2012 to build a two-room schoolhouse.
By Hillel Rzepka
For many of those living in Haiti, dental care is a luxury that they can not afford. Basic necessities such as food and water can be scarce, and unfortunately people in this country die from infected teeth. We run a mobile dental clinic in Haiti.
By Cowtown Creative, LLC
Most people know Michael Keister as a serial entrepreneur, businessman and pilot. What people may not know about him, however, is that he is also a true philanthropist.
By Blythedale Children's Hospital
Cribs, wheelchairs and other furniture from Blythedale to improve children’s health in disaster-ravaged Haiti
Author, Shannon Enete is pleased to announce her book, Teeth Not Tears. This new work is a testimony to the human spirit. It is a biography depicting the lives of two Haitian brothers whose love is sure to change you.
By Kristina Higgins
Daystar Television Network presented a $10,000 gift last week to “Celebration” guest Tommy Bates for International Missions Outreach to build a youth camp in Port-Au-Prince, Haiti.
By K. Gooler
In August 2011, the Ridgewood, NJ YMCA hosted 10 young men and women from Haiti who visited the US as part of a US State Department sponsored Haitian Youth Ambassador Program. This video from mybergen.com features highlights of this program.
Ultralingua is hosting a donation event on January 12 and 13 through the Apps for Aid program. 20% of revenue from all Ultralingua iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Windows apps will be donated to the charity.
By Hudson Valley Hospital Center
Kayvan Keyhani, MD, PC of Hudson Valley Hospital Center to perform reconstructive surgery on rural children with eye deformities
By CLOAK INC
Join the movement. CLOAK INC will host its 2nd Annual Haiti Solidarity Virtual March on Twitter @cloakinc to commemorate the 2010 earthquakes and to celebrate the resilience of the people of Haiti.
TheHAVA a non-profit organization based in the USA with regional offices in Haiti, for the purposes of helping improve the quality of life of children in Haiti including distributing food & clothing to underprivileged/disadvantaged children.
By Caroline Cooper
Together with United Nations, Linkin Park will be bringing electricity to Haiti. With just $10 donation, the band asks for help to light up Haiti with solar bulbs
Ultralingua announces a new donations program in an effort to facilitate multilingual communication where it is needed most.
By Brighton Publishing
When the forces of nature and the forces of love collide, anything can—and does—happen!
By SOIL Team
SOIL’s Household Toilet Program will bring the life-saving power of the toilet to Haiti’s poorest families
By Heart of God International Ministries
HGIM is now accepting applications to join the mission outreach team to the 2012 Summer Olympics.
By Kelli Wild, MSW, Child Placement Supervisor
Chinese Children Adoption International, the #1 China adoption agency in the world relocates Florida office to Tampa. Open House being held Saturday, Nov. 12th Agency Seeks families for Children from China, Ethiopia and Haiti
By Molly Nicaise, SingingRooster.org
Singing Rooster.org sells it's delicious Haitian Mountain Blue coffee at wholesale prices to other nonprofits who want to use it to raise funds for their own organization. We call this a win-win: Haiti wins and your org wins too.
Hope For Them Foundation, Hands For Haiti Fundraising Event, October 19, 2011
By Adam Schlachter, Exec. Director, UFASA
UFASA and our partners have donated a significant amount of American made, net-zero oriented products to the New Life Children's Home, operated by World Harvest Missions to help them reduce utility use and save much needed funds.
By Happy Hearts Fund, Inter-American Development Bank
The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) and the Happy Hearts Fund (HHF) today entered into a Memorandum of Understanding harmonizing efforts, in support of the Government of Haiti to build back schools affected by the January 12, 2010 earthquake.
By Pan American Development Foundation
On September 22, 2011, the Hard Hats for Haiti campaign, a South Florida-based initiative will launch in Miami to raise funds and focus attention on providing safe homes, revitalized neighborhoods, and job opportunities for Haitians.
By Catholic Relief Services
Projects Will Stimulate Local Economies, Provide Training, Improve Basic Services
By Nora Romness, World Wide Village
Minneapolis woman running 300 miles by October 2 to raise money for water purification units in Haiti.
By Office 1 Superstores International
OFFICE 1 SUPERSTORES INTERNATIONAL Inc. announced the forthcoming introduction of Office 1 superstores in Haiti.
By Latinos in Social Media [LATISM]
Set in the border of the Dominican Republic and Haiti, the project is the pilot for a series of sustainable projects that the organization is planning to implement in areas of need around the world.
By Alphonse Unlimited
Alphonse Unlimited, and Haiti Children of Hope Foundation, Team Up to Fight Poverty
Reportstack.com has announced the addition of Textiles Intelligence Ltd's 'After the Earthquakes: Impact on the Textile and Clothing Industry' to their offering.
By Bob Linger VP Communications HR&DC
USF Student Government President is selected to serve as Ambassador – Student Affairs in HR&DC mission to help inspire a Haitian Renaissance
By World Animal Awareness Society - WA2S.org
The WA2S will release 2 x 54 and 2 x 26 minute documentaries. The 2 x 54 productions are: Amongst The Animals and American Stray. The 2 x 26 productions are: The Volunteers and International Animal Rescue Chaser
By Rennette Fortune
Legendary Haitian Music Singer, rapper, song-writer, Baby1King comes out of retirement with new Single "Ayayayaya" to shine the spotlight on Haitian talents.