Haiti Earthquake Relief
Donate now to help survivors of the recent earthquake in Haiti. The worst natural disaster to strike the Western Hemisphere in the past century, estimates of the number of casualties are as high as 200,000, more than one million people were left homeless, and hundreds of thousands were injured. World Vision, which has more than three decades of experience in Haiti, was able to begin distributing relief supplies within hours of the quake. Please donate to help the relief and rebuilding effort today.
Your gift now will help distribute life-saving food, medicines, and family survival kits — including clean water, blankets, cooking supplies, and tents — to children and families devastated by the earthquake in Haiti. You will also help World Vision establish Child-Friendly Spaces — safe havens for injured and traumatized children who are at risk of neglect and exploitation.
“We would be very concerned about a quake of this magnitude anywhere in the world, but it is especially devastating in Haiti, where people are acutely vulnerable because of poor infrastructure and extreme poverty,” said Edward Brown, World Vision’s relief director in the United States.
World Vision has worked in Haiti for 30 years and has more than 800 staff on the ground. Your gift will help us meet the immediate, urgent needs of earthquake survivors, and also enable World Vision to help the people of Haiti rebuild and recover in the weeks and months to come. Please join us in praying for the children and families devastated by the earthquake in Haiti. And please send a generous gift to help them today.