Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Let the donations do the traveling...

A somber travel visit today. To Haiti.



The tip? Let's all give what we can.

American Red Cross

Click on Movie (also featured in the sidebar) or The Claw for more ideas to donate and help.

Link your post on up to send us Virtual Traveling.

32 comments:

lakeviewer said...

I'm surprised the blog world is not jumping on this. Thank you.

Twenty Four At Heart said...

The devastation is incomprehensible .....

Beth said...

You are an angel! I donated last night. I wish I could bring some of those kids home. My heart just breaks for Haiti.

only a movie said...

Pseudo - this is good that you are using Linky for it. I jumped off of Sherri's splendid idea. You have a lot of followers, so this is good. This is a great way to use travel tip thurs. xo

Brian Miller said...

for those that cant tell you...thank you.

My name is PJ. said...

It's worse than the my very worst nightmare.

Kathy said...

Thank you.

Cristin said...

My favorite coworker is from Haiti.. we all freaked out for her. Her family is OK. We're all sending stuff down through her...

Jan said...

Yesterday, they were saying the death-toll could be in the tens of thousands; this morning Beloved told me they are now saying half a million. It's hard to wrap your brain around that.

Cristin said...

I'm posted and linked.

Mama Badger said...

Uggh, why does this always happen to the poorest nations? To the nations that really just can't afford this kind of thing? My prayers are with the people who don't even know if their relatives are still alive. Thanks, pseudo.

I did Travel today, though. Link me up, Scotty.

Mama Badger said...

Ok, where is Mr. Linky? I can't find him on your page??

midlife slices said...

Thank you for posting this. I'm doing what I can on Facebook to spread the word. Donations and aid are so needed. My husband spent a month right in and around Port-Au-Prince a few years back and he came home a very changed man. Their very existence is grave at best and something like this on top of their normal hardships is absolutely devastating. Prayer and sending what we can to a reputable organization like the Red Cross is one of the best ways we can help.

Amy said...

this is sad to see this happen. I agree if you can give do it...

JennyMac said...

My heart is sick for the people there. I donated last night. Great post!

The Revolutionary said...

Thank you for sharing that. The more ways ideas and ways to donate to the Haiti disaster, the better.

Captain Dumbass said...

Good idea.

Surfie said...

Thanks for posting this. I put up one of Blogger's Red Cross widgets on my blog. I hope more bloggers do the same so we can reach even more people who can hopefully afford to make a donation, no matter how small it may be. Pennies make dollars, my friends.

Heather said...

Horrible, just heartbreaking!
I guess I'll be turning in my jug of change.

Anna See said...

SO very very sad. Thanks Pseudo.

Vodka Mom said...

It's just a devastating event, and I know we'll all rise to the occasion.


xxx

blueviolet said...

It's just so awful. I've already given to the Red Cross on account of it. I'm hoping many people will.

Maureen@IslandRoar said...

I think the fact that donations can be made via texting is great for young people. My daughter felt like she could do something on her own to help.
Soo incomprehensibly sad...

sage said...

good idea, thanks.

Midlife Jobhunter said...

Incredible devastation. We do need to give. Just heard about the texting format. I think it will work for many.

Thanks, Pseudo

Casey said...

We just gave and no amount seems like enough.

thelocalsloveit said...

It's just so heartbreaking....

A Mom on Spin said...

We're taking a monetary collection at church this weekend.

How can anything ever be enough?

Matty said...

We already sent.

My name is PJ. said...

I'm glad everyone is finally getting with the program. Thanks!

Fragrant Liar said...

As I've said all around the Blogosphere today, donating via text is a godsend. How the Red Cross gets that money and puts it to use seems to be the fastest I've ever heard of.

Smart Mouth Broad said...

This is a great idea, Pseudo! I'm so inspired by all the generosity in Bloggyville! Together we CAN make a difference.