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November 19, 2011
Books for Haiti School Children:
Beginning in 2010, NPR Planet Money Team has run a series of programs through its podcast about building a school in Haiti
for very poor children. We have been touched by the story and wanted to do something. After contacting the team working on this project, we have learned that what the children there need the most right now, while waiting for their new school, are textbooks. Many students had to copy whole lessons that the teachers wrote on a chalkboard.
In collaboration with the Haiti School Project.org, our goal is to provide the school with textbooks for the students.
We hope to raise as much funds as we could to purchase the books for some or all the 325 students attending the various grades .
One subject: $5
5 subjects/student: $25/student
The books will be recycled and used for next year’s students.
Tax deductible donations
To We Care Act
Memo: Haiti School
We welcome schools, organizations, and individuals to raise funds or send donations for this project. 100% donations or raised funds will be sent to the Haiti School Project for the children in this school.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Please send your check to:
We Care Act
2722 Garden Falls Dr.
Manvel, TX 77578
Please donate online (1-2% service fee by Paypal):
We Care Act raised funds (collected by youth and from generous donors) to sent to Clinton-Bush Haiti Fund to help Haiti earthquake victims
We Care Act collected children's clothes and other items. Isere Kuiatse from Baylor College of Medicine and her church group at St John's Presbyterian Church sorted all the donated items by category, repacked them, and loaded all the 39 big bags and about 10 boxes of items to the 40 feets container to ship to Haiti.
February 4, 2010
We are collecting items to help Haitian victims. In collaboration with Isere Kuiatse at Baylor College of Medicine, we are sending items to Haitian Victims through Living Water.
Please read our call for help through our local newspaper's website.
Please continue to donate to your charity of choice or the Clinton Bush Haiti Fund (please click the link below to donate).
January 22, 2010
"The 7.0-magnitude quake struck Jan. 12 and killed an estimated 200,000 people, according to Haitian government figures cited by the European Commission. Countless dead remained buried in thousands of collapsed and toppled buildings in Port-au-Prince, a city of slums that drew migrants from an even more destitute countryside."
We Care Act team leaders are raising funds and making every effort (including handing out newsletters) to let people know that Haiti earthquake victims need everyone's help.
Please consider one of the following ways to help:
1. Donate money of any amount to Haiti Earthquake Relief through We Care Act .
2. Donate to the Clinton-Bush Haiti Fund or Red Cross.
3. Text the word "QUAKE" to 20222 to donate $10 to the Clinton Bush Haiti Fund,
charged to your cell phone bill.
4. Please let other people know that the Haitian victims need EVERYONE’S help.
5. For parents: please encourage your children to take actions to help these victims.
We Care Act is a youth lead charity organization that helps disaster victims to recover and engage youth around the world to help others in need.
January 16, 2010
According to the news today: Prime Minister Jean-Max Bellerive told The Associated Press that a final toll of 100,000 dead would "seem to be the minimum.".
Please see newsletter for our Call For Help to the vicitms and share it with friends and families.
January 15, 2010
On January 12, 2010: Haiti, one of the poorest countries in the world and a country with its fair share of disasters, had its worst earthquake in 200 years: a 7.0 magnitude earthquake.
The Red Cross estimates 45,000 to 50,000 people were killed in Tuesday’s catastropic earthquake. There are about 3 million people homeless due to the 30 second quake and we can imagine people are still lying under collapsed buildings waiting for help that probably will never arrive.
Former president Bill Clinton urges people to make donations and We Care Act would like to make every effort to let other people know there are many ways to assist these victims who otherwise would be helpless. We urge our team leaders, members, parents, and friends to consider doing one of the following:
1. Donate money of any amount: one dollar will be able to bring water to the victims, 10 dollars will be able to bring water and first aid kits to the victims, and more will be able to bring water, food, medical supplies etc, as the Bill Clinton said.
2. Please make a check to We Care Act or donate cash (we have donation boxes in various locations in our community) we will send the donation to the Clinton Foundation or the Red Cross.
3. Please donate directly to the Clinton Foundation or Red Cross.
4. For parents of young children: please encourage your children to take actions to help these victims. Ask them to donate their allowance, even $1 will make a difference. Or you can ask them to collect donations from neighbors, friends, and families.
Please read below for more information:
Bill Clinton appeals for small donations for Haiti
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WASHINGTON — Former US president Bill Clinton urged Americans Friday to make donations as small as 10 dollars urgently to help bring life-saving food and water to earthquake ravaged Haiti.
"You've got unprecedented numbers of the people roaming the streets at night with no place to sleep. They haven't had any sleep in two days, they don't have water, they don't have food," Clinton said on CNN television.
So "the most immediate thing now is for people even to give small amounts of money, but we need large numbers of people giving small amounts of money so we can get food, water, medical supplies and shelter there," he said.
Clinton said people were urged to rush donations through clintonfoundation.Org/haiti earthquake, or to text "haiti" to 20222 to make 10-dollar donations,
"They can give ten bucks. We've got to do this. That's how we're going to avoid having the city erupt more," the former US president said.