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January 20, 2010



Both www.CharityNavigator.org and www.GuideStar.org have lists of reputable charities who are working Haiti.

www.Cnn.com/impact also lists reputable groups, organized by what service they are providing.

Adventist Health International's hospital in Port-au-Prince, Haiti has been working since the first moment. Learn more about their ministry and needs at www.adventisthealthinternational.org

Renee Hernandez

Thank you Monty for your well thought out suggestions. I can only remember taking care of one Haitan patient in my nursing career but I defended her from a abusive doctor. I am keeping the Haiti people & the volunteers in my prayers. I wish I could be there too.

Jeff Gang

Monte, glad I stumbled on your post here about Haiti. You've got some good common sense advice. I will be sharing this with people.

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