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01/14/2010

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Thanks for sharing those charity links Sarah. It is true that even a little helps.

It's so sad and tragic. I cannot imagine the heartache of watching any of my loved ones suffer like that.

Thank you for your example of compassionate action and for providing a simple way for me to follow your example.

Those links are great -- I went with UNICEF because it's child-centered and because its website assures you that it's sending 100% of your donation to Haiti (they're covering their administrative costs in some other fashion)...

Done, and I really liked that Doctors Without Borders has options under Title for Mr. and Mr. and Ms. and Ms.

Of course, the logistics are extremely daunting. It's good to be in a country with a functional government and enforced building codes (and the fault in my part of it is supposedly inactive, too).

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