American Red Cross
Donations to the American Red Cross International Response Fund
Phone at 1.800.REDCROSS (1-800-733-2707) or 1.800.257.7575 (Spanish)
Text the word HAITI to the number 90999 to donate $10 to Red Cross relief efforts. (It will
show up on your phone bill.)
Online: http://www.usaid.gov or www.ClintonBushHaitiFund.org
Text QUAKE to 20222 to charge a $10 donation to the Clinton Bush Haiti Fund (the
donation will be added to your cell phone bill. You may also donate goods. Volunteer
opportunities may be available.)
Text YELE to 501501 to donate $5
United States Fund
Phone: 1.800.4UNICEF (1.800.486.4233)
Mail: 125 Maiden Lane, New York, NY 10038.
Accepting financial donations to assist with recovery efforts for the earthquake victims in
Haiti. People may send their donations to Catholic Charities, 1505 NE 26th St. Wilton
Manors, FL 33305, Attention Earthquake Victims.
Neighbors 4 Neighbors
Accepting monetary donations. Donate online at www.cbs4.com/neighbors or send by mail
to Neighbors 4 Neighbors Disaster Relief Fund, 8900 NW 18th Terr., Miami FL 33172.
City of North Miami
Contributions can be made in cash, check or money order, payable to the City of North
Miami, and note Haiti Relief Effort in the memo section. Our fundraising efforts will benefit
the Red Cross at this time.
Donations will be accepted at:
North Miami City Hall, Cashier window, First Floor
776 NE 125 Street
7:30 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Monday - Thursday.
Sant La Haitian Neighborhood Center
5000 Biscayne Blvd., Suite 110
Miami, FL 33137
Open 9:00am to 6:00pm
Donate Online: www.santla.org
Doctors Without Borders is asking for donations to help the emergency response teams in
Haiti. Donate with a debit or credit card at https://donate.doctorswithoutborders.org.
Episcopal Charities of Southeast Florida is collecting financial donations.
8895 N. Military Trail #205C
Palm Beach Garden, FL 33410.
Operation Helping Hands
A joint community project of The Miami Herald and United Way-Miami will be collecting
donations to support the relief effort in Haiti.
Make check payable to: Operation Helping Hands c/o United Way of Miami-Dade
Operation Helping Hands
c/o United Way of Miami-Dade
P.O. Box # 459007
Miami, Florida 33245-9007
Action Against Hunger
Phone: (800) 486-HELP or (800) 486-4357
Phone: 1-800-521-CARE or 1-800-521-2273 (24 hours)
Catholic Relief Services
Direct Relief International
Habitat for Humanity
International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (Opportunities to donate and volunteer)
Mercy Corps (Haiti Earthquake Fund)
Mail: PO Box 2669,Portland, OR 97208
Donors and Volunteers: 1-800-678-7255
Phone: (800) 678-7255 | (310) 838-3455
Fax: (310) 838-3477
Partners in Health
Please send all donations to:
Partners In Health
P.O. Box 845578
Boston, MA 02284-5578
Save the Children
United Nations Children’s Fund
World Food Program
A worldwide Christian nonprofit provides humanitarian services in Haiti.
Mail: P.O. Box 9716,
(Relief Response Warehouse)
11401 NW 100 Road
Medley, FL 33178
South Florida Corporations: Please call Lisa Torres at 305-915-5489
South Florida Churches: Visit www.worldvisionchurches.org or call Cassie Wyssbrod at 979-679-7261
Donations & Drop Off Sites
Food for the Poor is a Christian relief agency headquartered in Coconut Creek. Donate at www.foodforthepoor.org/HaitiQuake or 800-487-1158.
Chef Creole Seafood and Catering (Locations accepting non-perishable food and clothing):
13105 W. Dixie Highway
20356 NW 2nd Ave (441)
200 NW 54 Street
Coconut Grove Chamber of Commerce
Accepting following items: Blankets, Clothing, Shoes, First Aid Kits, Non-Perishable Food
Coconut Grove Chamber Of Commerce
2820 McFarlane Rd.
Coconut Grove FL, 33133
Foot Solutions stores, on behalf of Soles4Souls, are collecting gently-used shoes for
earthquake victims. Bring shoes to the stores at 2135 University Dr., Coral Springs
(954-340-0910); 8225 W. Sunrise Blvd., Plantation (954-474-0416); 3789 NE 163rd St.,
North Miami Beach (305-957-8970).
Dudes and Divas Consignment shop: Donation collection site, 13720 W. State Road 84,
Davie. Call 954-473-0074.
The Greater Miami Jewish Federation, a social service agency, has established an
emergency relief fund. Donate on jewishmiami.org; checks to For Haiti Earthquake Relief,
c/o Greater Miami Jewish Federation, 4200 Biscayne Blvd., Miami, FL 33137;
The Haitian American Emergency Relief Committee is working with Maeva Renaud to
organize a relief drive to collect funds, clothing, food, water, supplies, medical supplies,
etc. The drop-off points for donations are listed below. For more information, call
305-297-9247 or go to changeiscomingcampaign.com or haerc.com.
American Muslims for Emergency Relief, 183 NE 166th St., Miami is collecting donations.
Items accepted: Cereals, can juice and soda, milk in powder, dry food and all kind of baby
food in cans, clothes, blankets, towels, socks, (only new items will be accepted),
medicine, medical supplies and hygiene products. Items will not be accepted if expired
before April 1, 2010. Call ahead to schedule drop off: 305-898-9314.
305 Cargo Services, Inc., a freight forwarder at 1419 NW 84th Ave., Miami, is collecting
supplies 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays. The shipper is working with a group hosting a
collection drive the next two Saturdays16 and 23, 9:30 a.m. to noon at Peacock Park,
2820 McFarlane Rd., Coconut Grove. Call 305-469-3172.
Hope for Haiti, Naples, Fla., is an education and relief charity that will send supplies by
private plane. Donate at hopeforhaiti.com, or 239-434-7183.
Islamic Relief USA is collection for aid shipments at IslamicReliefUSA.org,
888-479-4968, or P.O. Box 5640, Buena Park, CA 90622.
Latin Builders Association, the nation's largest Hispanic construction association, is
accepting supplies and financial donations at its headquarters, 9 a.m. to noon weekdays,
4110 Laguna St., Coral Gables, FL 33146. Call 305-446-5989.
The City of Miami has set up temporary drop-off locations at all City of Miami Fire
Department and City of Miami Net Offices to collect donations during the next week for
the relief effort in Haiti. They are accepting all nonperishable food, water, medical
supplies and medications that do not have expiration dates. For more information call
Two additional sites will be functioning at:
7220 N. Miami Ave., 8 a.m.-5 p.m. weekdays;
6301 NE Second Ave., 8 a.m.-5 p.m. weekdays.
Miami HEAT/American Airlines Arena are collecting bottled water, towels, clothing, and
non-perishable canned goods in large containers outside Gate 3 on Northeast Eighth
Street, through Jan. 25. Donors get a voucher for two tickets to select HEAT home
games during February.
City of Miramar: Collecting non-perishable food, water and medical supplies, 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Saturday through Monday.
Locations:Fire Rescue Station 19, 6700 Miramar Pkwy.
Fire Rescue Station 70, 9001 Miramar Pkwy.
Fire Rescue Station 84, 14801 SW 27th St.
Fire Rescue Station 100, 2800 SW 184th Ave.
Miramar Multi-Service Complex, 7984 Miramar Parkway; 954-989-7300.
Operation Helping Hands, a joint community project of The Miami Herald and United
Way-Miami, will be collecting donations at iwant2help.org, or 800-226-3320
Project Medishare, Miami brings medical care to northeast Haiti. Donate at
projectmedishare.org, or 305-762-6448.
The Salvation Army, a Christian nonprofit, has been operating in Haiti since 1950. Donate
to its disaster relief fund at salvationarmyusa.org; 1-800-SAL-ARMY, or the following
90 NW 23rd Street, 305-573-4200 ext 236
9790 Bird Road, 305-554-9669
8001 NW 27th Ave., 305-839-8088
14701 W. Dixie Hwy., 305-940-1188
Stock X Change: Donation collection site, 1896 Polk St., Hollywood. Hours noon to 7p.m. weekdays and noon to 6 p.m. Saturday. Call 917-640-3249.
City of Surfside has set up containers up at Town Hall, 9293 Harding Ave., for donated canned foods, clothing and relief supplies.
Tony Cho Metro 1 Properties, Miami Design District, 120 NE 27th St.
Stop Hunger Inc., a not-for-profit agency in North Miami, is collecting canned food items,
Monday –Friday, 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. Call ahead to schedule large donations as they may be
able to pick-up. Free shipping is provided to all donations to Haiti.
Food donations will be received at:
12050 NE 14th Ave #2
North Miami, Florida 33161
For details, call Stop Hunger directly at 305.891.8811
Mount Bethel Baptist Church 901 NW 11th Ave Ft. Lauderdale, Fl 33311
(954) 763-5644 M-Thu 9am-5pm Fri 9am-1pm Sat 7am-3pm Sun 6:30am-3:00pm
ABC TOOLS, INC 111 NW 79 STREET MIAMI, FL 33150 (305) 769-4890
Christian Haitian Outreach 13438 SW 131st Street Miami, FL 33186 phone: 786-573-0850
Bishop Victor T. Curry and New Birth Baptist will accept supplies at Vision to Victory
Center in Little Haiti @ 8400 NE 2nd Avenue and WMBM Radio station @ 13230 NW 7
avenue, North Miami, FL 33168 (305) 769-1100.
Haiti Consulate Office 259 Southwest 13th Street Miami, FL 33130-4276 (305) 859-2003
FIU Modesto A. Maidique Campus DM 33411200 S.W. 8th Street Miami, Florida 33199
Department Open: 8:00am-5:00pm Michelle.Lamarre@fiu.edu Tel.: 305.348.2247
Ekklesia Global Church - West Kendall Area
Accepting only medical supplies and dry food - NO CLOTHING
7205 SW 125TH AVE
MIAMI, FL 33187
MAIN WAREHOUSE LOCATION
7230 NW Miami Court, Miami FL 33150 Contact: Michelle Frasier 305-960-4660
Little River Service Center 6301 NE 2nd Ave Miami, FL 33138 M-F 8am-5pm. Phone: 305-960-4660
Haitian American Law Association (Law Offices of Champagne & Surin) 480 NE 13 St Ft.
Lauderdale, FL 33304 M-Sat 9am-5pm 954-463-0709
Hallandale High School 720 NW 9th Ave Hallandale, FL 33009 M-F 7am-3pm. Phone: 754-323-0900
MacTown 151 NE 62nd Street Miami, FL 33138 M-Sun 24 hours 305-495-2686
Miami Temple 9175 Southwest 44th Street, Miami FL 33165 305-223-2102
Magesco Inc. 7010 NE 4th Ct, Miami FL 33138 M-F 8:30-4:30pm 305-397-6711
Church of Healing Rain 8950 Stirling Rd., Hollywood FL 33024 954-431-3118
Paradise D&L Unisex Salon 7992 Riviera Blvd Miramar, FL 33023 305-303-7938
Salla's Barber Shop 6970 Pembroke Rd. Pembroke Pines Fl 33023 Tues-Sun 10am - 8p Phone: 954-963-1037
Concerned African Women, Inc. 1505 NW 167th Street, Suite 101 Miami Gardens, FL 33169 (305) 621-3700
Nova Southeastern University (HPD-TERRY BLDG) 3200 S. University Drive
Davie, Fl 33328 954-317-8706
Living Word Community Church 5770 W. Oakland Park Blvd Lauderhill, Fl 33313, 954-485-0090
Shalom Community Church Mon-Sun 9am-8pm 900 NE 132ST North Miami, FL 33161, (305) 892-9204
DIVAS BEAUTY SALON Mon-Sun 9am-9pm 15028 NE 6th Ave North Miami , Fl 33161
Next Level Barbershop Downtown, Miami 238 N.E. 1 st ave Miami, Fla
33132/305-374-3651 Colbert or Alain Monday-Saturday 9:30 am to 7pm
Agape Youth Ministry Center 1550 NE 165th St North Miami Beach, FL 33162 Hours are 930 am - 9pm. Contact info is 305-949-0935
Toussaint L' ouverture High School 1325 Gateway Blvd Boynton Beach, FL tel:
561-738-9800. Opens at 7am
Evangel Church International 590 NW 159th St, Miami, FL 33169 Tel: (305) 945-4770
Opens at 10am
Cross International is a South Florida-based Christian relief ministry. Donate at
crossinternational.org; or 600 Third St., Suite 2201, Pompano Beach, FL 33060; or 800-391-8545.
All District schools will accept items for Haiti including:
camping supplies (tents, sleeping bags, lanterns, blankets, mosquito repellent),
first aid supplies
medical supplies (over-the-counter medicines, wheel chairs, crutches, etc.).
People who would like to contribute to Haiti relief efforts can do so online at
www.dadeschools.net. Those wishing to pay by check should make checks out to “The
Foundation for New Education Initiatives, Inc.”, and indicate “Haiti Earthquake Relief” in
the memo section of the check. Checks should be mailed to 1450 NE 2nd Avenue,
Room #776, Miami Florida 33132.
Hialeah Drop-Off Sites (All City of Hialeah Fire Stations from 7:30a-9:00p)
Donate nonperishable food, water, gloves of all types, surgical masks and camping
tents. At this time, the City of Hialeah will not be accepting clothing or monetary donations.
Hialeah Fire Station #1 83, East 5 Street,
Hialeah Fire Station #2 4200 East 8 Ave
Hialeah Fire Station #3 800 West 49 Street
Hialeah Fire Station #4 251 East 12 Ave
Hialeah Fire Station #5 1195 West 74 Street
Hialeah Fire Station #6 780 West 25 Street
Hialeah Fire Station #7 7425 West 24 Ave
Hialeah Fire Station #8 5408 West 18 Ave
For more information, please contact the City of Hialeah Communications &
Special Events Department at 305-889-5701.
Agape Flights, Venice, Fla., services American missionaries throughout the Caribbean
with supply flights. Donate at agapeflights.com, or 941-584-8078.
Switchboard of Miami, Inc. needs volunteers to handle anticipated increases in calls and
requests for community mental-health outreach. Background in mental health, social work,
psychology and/or psychiatry experience necessary. Call Carolyn Broughton,
305-358-1640, ext. 159; firstname.lastname@example.org.
Family Corners, Inc needs students, practicing professionals and retirees with a
background in social work or psychology to volunteer to assist with the grief counseling
program. Please call Surrette or Martine of Family Corners at 786.507.3279.
Grief counseling is available in partnership with Family Corners, Inc. for those in South
Florida that have suffered a loss as a result of the tragedy, or just trying to cope with the
uncertainty of a loved ones whereabouts. To make an appointment, please call Family
Corners at 786.507.3279.
Switchboard of Miami
305.358.HELP (4357) or 2-1-1
The Switchboard of Miami, Inc. is available to assist anyone expressing stress, frustration
and/or depression due to the emergency in Haiti. Clients are welcome to call
305.358.HELP (4357) or 2-1-1. All calls are confidential.
Sat, Jan 23rd 2010
Miami-Dade Commissioner Dorrin D. Rolle and Rebuilding Haiti Committee Sponsor “H20
for Haiti Benefit Program”
Location: Oak Grove Park
690 NE 159th Street
North Miami Beach, FL
The goal of this effort is to immediately raise money to provide 2 million gallons of water
desperately needed to the earthquake victims.
The presenting sponsor NOPIN Long Distance, along with Voila has pledged their
on-going support. The benefit event will feature performances of songs of inspiration and hope by Sweet Micky, T-Vice, Alan Cave, Jowee Omicil, Harmonik and Gabel.
Haiti Support Drive
Sat Jan 23rd, 2010 @ The Wallflower Gallery 10 NE 3rd Street Downtown Miami, Fl 33132 10:30 pm
$5 Bring contributions for Haiti
(Acoustic Reggae) Featured Performance Sekajipo & The Jungle, Omarya
UPDATES & Info on Missing Loved Ones
Miami Dade County – Information Center
Edison Little River Neighborhood Center 150 NW 79 Street Miami, FloridaAn information and communications hub has set up for the Haitian community of
Miami-Dade County at the Edison Little River Neighborhood Center. The center will share
information with our community, as well as coordinate with our Department of Emergency
Management to provide up-to-date information about developments on the island. Translators
and Creole-speaking social workers will also be on site.
The Edison Center does not have capability to direct phone lines to Haiti but has lines to the
U.S. Department of State. For more information, contact the Edison Little River Center
Miami Miami-Dade County Public School Hotline
For employees and students searching for loved ones in Haiti or in need of assistance.
Red Cross Family (to locate a loved one)
US State Department
USAID Center for International Disaster Information (to locate a loved one in Haiti) 1-703-276-1914
(MIAMI-DADE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS TO ASSIST HAITIAN COMMUNITY IN
CONTACTING RELATIVES IN HAITI)
Miami Central Senior High School
Miami Edison Senior High School
Miami Norland Senior High School
NorthMiami Beach Senior High School
North Miami Senior High School
Miami Northwestern Senior High School
Homestead Senior High School
**TPS/ Immigration Information**
- Applies to Haitian nationals who were in the United States as of January 12, 2010
- Allows Haitian nationals to continue living and working in the United States for the next 18
- Haitians in the U.S. who are eligible to apply for TPS should go to www.uscis.gov or call
the toll-free USCIS Forms Hotline (800) 870-3676