Carytown Helps Haiti

by | Jan 15, 2010 | POLITICS

With a new website, Carytown Helps Haiti, the merchants of Carytown are looking for your help in providing relief to victims of the disaster in Haiti. You can donate on their website, but their big event is a screening of Ghosts of Cité Soleil, a 2006 film highlighting two brothers living in poverty-stricken Haiti. From Carytown’s website:

Just before 5 PM on Tuesday night, January 12, a massive 7.0 earthquake literally shook apart the foundations of Port-au-Prince, Haiti’s capital. While much of the devastation is still beyond comprehension, already people around the world are responding to this tragedy in a big way.

Haiti, which is well known as the western hemisphere’s poorest nation which makes this tragedy even more devistating. We will insure your donations go to a cause you believe in: Bringing hope, truth, and comfort, to the people in Haiti, especially in their hour of need.

Please see Carytown Helps Haiti for more information on the event.

With a new website, Carytown Helps Haiti, the merchants of Carytown are looking for your help in providing relief to victims of the disaster in Haiti. You can donate on their website, but their big event is a screening of Ghosts of Cité Soleil, a 2006 film highlighting two brothers living in poverty-stricken Haiti. From Carytown’s website:

Just before 5 PM on Tuesday night, January 12, a massive 7.0 earthquake literally shook apart the foundations of Port-au-Prince, Haiti’s capital. While much of the devastation is still beyond comprehension, already people around the world are responding to this tragedy in a big way.

Haiti, which is well known as the western hemisphere’s poorest nation which makes this tragedy even more devistating. We will insure your donations go to a cause you believe in: Bringing hope, truth, and comfort, to the people in Haiti, especially in their hour of need.

Please see Carytown Helps Haiti for more information on the event.

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