Kansans Comes to Aid of Haitians

During the past two days,  5,000 Kansans gathered at the El Dorado Civic Center to package more than 650,000 meals from Numana to be delivered to Haiti as part of The Salvation Army’s relief efforts.

To learn more click on these news reports below.
http://www.kake.com/news/headlines/81897507.html
http://www.ksn.com/news/local/story/Kansans-package-meals-for-Haiti-quake-victims/2wn7q0C5BUK-WIRymm8sHw.cspx

2 Comments on “Kansans Comes to Aid of Haitians

  1. Hello,

    I like your blog very much.

    I have worked for a nonprofit in the Dominican Republic and Haiti, so I understand and greatly appreciate what you are doing to help in the Haiti disaster. I’m now working for a different nonprofit that could help you in your efforts.

    There is an easy way you could reach out to more people, and help raise money to help the earthquake victims in Haiti.

    Sign up at the new social networking site mojofiti.com that instantly translates your posts and blogs into the language of the reader (27 languages so far). People in countries all over the world will be able to read your posts in their own language. All you have to do is sign up at mojofiti.com and then cut and paste your already written entries on your mojofiti blog pages.

    If you sign up before January 31st, 2010 The Mojofiti Foundation will donate $10 to the American Red Cross on your behalf.

    Thanks,
    Herb Allison
    mojofiti.org

  2. Do you have to give any part of our donations to the Haitian Government? I would like to get a brief outline of how you manage donations when they are for situations happening outside of the US.

    Thank you.

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