American Red Cross: Pictures From Haiti


Dear GeoT

Thank you so much for your generous donation to help the people of Haiti following Tuesday’s earthquake.
I wanted to share with you some photos we’ve received from our staffers in Haiti, documenting the situation on the ground. The photos help to bring home the magnitude of the tragedy, and the importance of our ongoing support of Haitians in this time of crisis.
Take a look and if you can, share this with a friend. The earthquake victims need all the support we can give:

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As I write this, teams of Red Cross volunteers, staffers, and disaster management specialists are assisting rescue and relief operations. Massive shipments of supplies including tarps, cooking sets, and hygiene items are en route.

Our work is just beginning. Thank you again for making it possible.

Gail

Gail McGovern
President and CEO
American Red Cross

To donate to Haiti Earthquake relief click here:


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