- Pray through these requests from Compassion daily, if not more often.
- Donate to Compassion International’s disaster relief fund
- Grab a “Help Haiti” banner for your blog
- Give your Twitter and Profile pic to Haiti.
- Compassion Sponsors: Join Heart For Haiti, a group to connect and pray with people who sponsor children in Haiti
- See what is typically inside a disaster relief kit
10 comments on “Haiti Earthquake: Video Message From Wess Stafford of Compassion International”
Lindsay @ Not2Us says:
As much as my heart yearns to be there helping, my head knows that the best thing I can do is stay here and help.
I’m praying. I’m giving. I’m linking. I’m blogging. I’m doing what I can from my safe corner of the world…
…and it will never feel like enough.
Hey Shaun, thanks for posting this and for focusing so much on Haiti. Already some media has already left Haiti behind or is pushing other stories ahead. Please continue to keep us updated. Thanks again.
Kristie Wooten says:
We have found Rice Krispies Treats to be an effective fundraiser here in South Georgia…so, we are getting together with some friends on Friday to earn some $$$ for Compassion’s Haiti fund (and to let our kids participate in the process)…wish we could do more…I’m ready to hop on a plane and go find some orphans to bring home to my house myself! Do you know of anything specific we can do from this end (other than PRAY) to help get formula and water to these orphanages w/o supplies that we are seeing on the news?
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Oh, that was unexpected. I should have been working but couldn’t stop reading your post 🙂
I’m really bumbed by this news and want to do my part in helping. It looks like lots of people are getting involved but more are definitely needed.
Things got boring at work so I came home early to see the latest news…things are a little better but I’ve learned that there is still tons of work to do… I’m glad I stopped by here…
Kim Jay says:
some of my friends who work in haiti were also victimized by that terrible earthquake., i was very thankful that they only suffered minor scratches.
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