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  • On Tuesday, January 12, a devastating earthquake hit Haiti, just 15km from the capital. Reaching a magnitude of 7.0, this is the worst earthquake Haiti has experienced in 200 years.
  • While the death toll is still unclear, it has reached over 230 000 and is still on the rise. Another three million are affected as schools, homes and hospitals have collapsed. Haiti is one of the world’s poorest countries, meaning that vital services like electricity and water are now almost completely inaccessible in the wake of the destruction.
  • Even After a month of the earthquake, survivors are still being pulled out from under the rubble.
  • Iroqouis Ridge Has Donated Over$_______ and loads of supplies thanks to your help
  • We have recently helped send out a shipment of supplies that will help save thousands of lives. However the pople of Haiti Still need your help.. The organization that you should donate to, if you do so, should be Free The Childrens.
  • Although Free The Children’s mandate is to empower communities through long-term sustainable development, they are well positioned to get emergency aid to those most in need. They are in close contact with local organizations and are able to provide quick and effective relief. With the help of their on-ground partner, Partners In Health, they are providing emergency relief and medical supplies to get immediate, effective, primary health care and support to the hardest-hit communities. In the days and weeks ahead, their emergency funding will help to rebuild Haiti’s infrastructure. True to their mission, Free The Children’s long-term relief efforts will focus on education and school-building to get children safely back in school.
  • Your donations will support the people of Haiti in three ways:•       Emergency relief through a partnership with Partners in Health, an organization that has provided on-the-ground healthcare in Haiti for over 20 years. •       Shipments of medical supplies where $1 = $10 of medical supplies (made possible through a partnership with World Medical Relief that allows Free The Children to purchase supplies below cost). •       Education projects to equip schools locally with supplies, school kits, teacher training and more.

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  • HAITI
  • 230,000 are feared to be dead
    Around 1.5 million people are homeless
  • Thousands Have Been Pulled From The Debris
  • IRHS RAISED Over
  • Free The Children
  • Partners In Health
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