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Advice to Donors: Organizations and Governmental Resources

Giving in Times of Disasters†(Charities Review Council)†
Tips, Tips And More Tips For Funding Haiti Earthquake Relief Efforts (Charity Navigator)
Tips on Charitable Giving†(New York State Attorney Generalís Office)
Fraud Alerts†(Federal Bureau of Investigation)

Advice to Donors: News Articles

Ariel Kaminer:†Three Steps to Making Smart Haiti Donations† (New York Times)
Tom McGhee: Donors Should Check Out Aid Groups†Before Giving (Denver Post)
William P. Barrett: How To Spot Dubious Haiti Charity Pleas (Forbes)
David Randall: How to Make Sure Your Donation Helps Haitian Earthquake Victims (Forbesí Money Builder blog)
Victoria Fine: Haiti Earthquake Relief: How You Can Help (Huffington Post)
Laura Starita: Advice for Donors to Haiti (Philanthropy Action News)

American Red Cross Disaster Online Newsroom
Center for International Disaster Information

The U.S. Department of State
The U.S. Department of State is currently providing resources and assistance to individuals and families affected by the recent earthquake in Haiti. Individuals who need assistance locating an American citizen in the disaster zone may contact the Department of State. For additional information, please call the number listed below, or visit the website.
The U.S. Department of State
2201 C Street Northwest
Washington, DC 20520
Phone: (888) 407-4747

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