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Haiti relief organizations

Thursday, January 14, 2010; A12

Dozens of charities and nonprofit organizations have responded to the Haitian earthquake, announcing plans to take food, clothing, shelter, medical care and supplies to those affected. The groups are soliciting donations from the public to cover these costs.

Here are some of the organizations involved. A more comprehensive list is at washingtonpost.com/haiti.

American Red Cross

www.redcross.org

800-REDCROSS

World Vision

www.worldvision.org

888-511-6593

Catholic Relief Services

crs.org

888-277-7575

UNICEF

www.unicef.org

212-326-7000

Doctors Without Borders

www.doctorswithoutborders.org

888-392-0392

The Salvation Army

blog.salvationarmyusa.org

800-SAL-ARMY

Food for the Poor

www.foodforthepoor.org

800-427-9104

Oxfam International

www.oxfam.org

800-77-OXFAM

Community Coalition for Haiti

www.cchaiti.org

703-880-4160

Partners in Health

www.pih.org/home.html

617-432-5256

UN World Food Programme

www.wfp.org

011-39-06-65131

B'nai B'rith International

www.bnaibrith.org

202-857-6600

Islamic Relief USA, in coordination with the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

www.islamicreliefusa.org

888-479-4968

-- Susan Kinzie

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