|Action Against Hunger||877-777-1420||Agape Flights||941-584-8078||American Red Cross||800-733-2767|
|American Refugee Committee||800-875-7060||
American Jewish Joint|
|212-687-6200||American Jewish World Service||212-792-2900|
|AmeriCares||800-486-4357||Beyond Borders||866-424-8403||B'nai B'rith International||202-857-6600|
|CARE||800-521-2273||CarmaFoundation||Catholic Relief Services||800-736-3467|
|Childcare Worldwide||800-553-2328||Church World Services||800-297-1516||Clinton Foundation||501-748-0471|
|Concern Worldwide||212-557-8000||Convoy of Hope||417-823-8998||Cross International||800-391-8545|
|CRUDEM Foundation||413-642-0450||CRWRC||800-55-CRWRC||Direct Relief International||805-964-4767|
|Doctors Without Borders||888-392-0392||Episcopal Relief and Development||800-334-7626||Feed My Starving Children||763-504-2919|
|Food for the Poor||800-427-9104||Friends of WFP||866-929-1694||Friends of the Orphans||312-386-7499|
|Habitat for Humanity||800-422-4828||Haiti Children||877-424-8454||Haiti Foundation Against Poverty|
|Haiti Marycare||203-675-4770||Haitian Health Foundation||860-886-4357||Healing Hands for Haiti||651-769-5846|
|Hope for Haiti||239-434-7183||Hope for Haiti Now||877-99-HAITI||International Child Care||800-722-4453|
|International Medical Corps||800-481-4462||International Rescue Committee||877-733-8433||International Relief Teams||619-284-7979|
|Islamic Relief USA||888-479-4968||Lions Club International Foundation||630-203-3836||Lutheran World Relief||800-597-5972|
|Medical Benevolence Foundation||800-547-7627||Medical Teams International||800-959-4325||Meds and Food for Kids||314-420-1634|
|Mennonite Central Committee||888-563-4676||Mercy Corps||888-256-1900||Nazarene Compassionate Ministries||800-306-9950|
|New Life for Haiti||815-436-7633||Operation Blessing||800-730-2537||Operation USA||800-678-7255|
|Oxfam||800-776-9326||Partners in Health||617-432-5298||RHEMA International||248-652-9894|
|Rural Haiti Project||347-405-5552||Salesian Missions||888-608-2327||The Salvation Army||800-725-2769|
|Samaritan's Purse||828-262-1980||Save the Children||800-728-3843||ShelterBox|
|UN Central Emergency Response Fund||UNICEF||800-367-5437||United Methodist Committee on Relief||800-554-8583|
|World Concern||800-755-5022||World Hope International||888-466-4673||World Relief||800-535-5433|
|"HAITI"||90999||American Red Cross||$10|
|"QUAKE"||20222||Clinton Bush Haiti Fund||$10|
|"HAITI"||25383||International Rescue Committee||$5|
|"HAITI"||85944||International Medical Corps||$10|
|"YELE"||501501||Yele Haiti foundation||$5|
|"HAITI"||52000||The Salvation Army||$10|
|"HOPE10" or "UNICEF"||20222||UNICEF||$10|
|"HABITAT"||25383||Habitat for Humanity||$10|
|"OXFAM"||25383||Oxfam America, Inc||$10|
|"HAITI"||40579||National Religious Broadcasters||$10|
|"SAVE" or "SAFE"||20222||Save the Children Federation, Inc||$10|
|"GIVE" or "WORLD"||20222||World Vision, Inc||$10|
|"CARE"||24383||CARE (Cooperative for Assistance and Relief Everywhere, Inc)||$10|
|"AJWS"||25383||American Jewish World Service||$10|
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