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Children eat at a food distribution point at a makeshift camp in Jacmel.

MARCO DORMINO

Olive Tree Projects, run by Canadian midwife Sarah Wallace, provides birthing care to mothers in the Jacmel area. Click here to learn more and make a donation.

Papaza, a centre for disabled children run by Canadian Marika MacRae, provided special-education programs for those with mental disabilities, a school for the deaf, volunteer surgeons to repair club feet, physiotherapy, nutrition programs and outreach to help parents accept and care for their disabled children. None of the children in the programs were harmed in the quake, but Pazapa's facilities were condemned, and the programs have been stopped until the organization can rebuild. Click here to learn more and make a donation.



Ciné Institute provides Haitian youth with film education and edutainment, technical training, and media related micro enterprise opportunities. Click here to learn more.

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Save the Children, a non-political, non-religious organization that works for the benefit of children, runs a mobile medical clinic in Jacmel among other emergency and longer-term services. Click here to learn more and make a donation.

World Concern is a Christian organization providing emergency aid and long term assistance to Haiti. Click here to learn more and make a donation.

Joy in Hope is a Christian organization that is running a medical clinic in Jacmel. They also operate homes for abandoned children and provide schools and churches. Click here to learn more and make a donation.

Lifeline Haiti is a Canadian organization that operates schools in Jacmel and other cities in Haiti. Click here to learn more and make a donation.



Click here to make an online donation to the Canadian Red Cross.

Click here to make an online donation to Médecins sans frontières.

Click here to make an online donation to Unicef Canada.

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Click here to make an online donation to World Vision Canada.

Click here to make an online donation to the Humanitarian Coalition.

Click here to make an online donation to the Mennonite Central Committee.

Click here to make an online donation to Plan Canada.

Click here to make an online donation to the Salvation Army in Canada.

Click here to make an online donation to the United Jewish Appeal.

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Mission Aviation Fellowship of Canada is taking online donations here.

Click here to make an online donation to Ve'ahavta: The Canadian Jewish Humanitarian and Relief Committee.

Click here to make an online donation to the United Church. If sending a cheque, make it payable to The United Church of Canada and mark it "Haiti Appeal."

To make a donation through CanadaHelps.org, click here.

Click here to make an online donation to the Jewish Federation of Winnipeg.

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