You can make a difference even just by making Google code available on your site
On January 12 2010, a 7.0 magnitude earthquake struck Haiti. It's easy to sit back and almost ignore the news reports. In most cases neither you nor people you know have been directly affected, however, as of this moment in time, estimates of the numbers killed in the Haitian earthquake range from 50,000 to 200,000. Did you know that's about the population of Richmond, VA? It might be a cliche at this stage but even $1 can help and might be the difference in saving another Life. You can join recovery efforts mobilizing around the world to assist earthquake victims and your donation will help disaster victims rebuild their lives and their communities.
There are however other ways you can help too if you don't feel like helping financially. Google Crisis response is an application which you can embed in your website or in your blog to help other peoples to share any kind of information they have about the victims of Haiti disaster.
Use the following code snippet and put it in the text/HTML box widget.
width=350 height=300 frameborder=0
style="border: dashed 2px #77c"></iframe>
You can also donate to save the lives there. Follow this link to donate.
The organizations are accepting SMS donations in the US :
- SMS text “HAITI” to 90999 to donate $10 to Red Cross relief efforts
- SMS text “YELE” to 501501 to Donate $5 to Yele Haiti’s Earthquake Relief efforts
- SMS text "GIVE10" to 20222 to donate $10 to Direct Relief