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Survivors stand on the roof of a demolished house after a massive eartquake in Port-au-Prince, on Jan. 13, 2010. (JUAN BARRETO/Juan Barreto/Associated Foreign Press/Getty Images)
Survivors stand on the roof of a demolished house after a massive eartquake in Port-au-Prince, on Jan. 13, 2010. (JUAN BARRETO/Juan Barreto/Associated Foreign Press/Getty Images)

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The Canadian government will match monetary donations to support relief efforts in Haiti, to a total of $50-million. This means that donating $50 will result in a $100 contribution.

Read more information about the program here.



Click here to make an online donation to the Canadian Red Cross.

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Click here to make an online donation to Médecins sans frontières.

Click here to make an online donation to Unicef Canada.

Click here to make an online donation to World Vision Canada.

Click here to make an online donation to the Humanitarian Coalition.

Click here to make an online donation to the Mennonite Central Committee.

Click here to make an online donation to Plan Canada.

Click here to make an online donation to the Salvation Army in Canada.

Click here to make an online donation to the United Jewish Appeal.

Mission Aviation Fellowship of Canada is taking online donations here.

Click here to make an online donation to Ve'ahavta: The Canadian Jewish Humanitarian and Relief Committee.

Click here to make an online donation to the United Church. If sending a cheque, make it payable to The United Church of Canada and mark it "Haiti Appeal."

To make a donation through CanadaHelps.org, click here.

Click here to make an online donation to the Jewish Federation of Winnipeg.

Click here for the guide .

The United Nations World Food Programme is accepting donations online or text RELIEF to 45678 to donate $5.Click here to make an online donation to the UN World Food Programme.



If you need help

Canadians in Haiti in need of assistance are encouraged to make their way to the Canadian Embassy in Port-au-Prince on Delmas Road, between Delmas 75 and 71.

Canadians seeking emergency consular assistance in the area should contact the Emergency Operations Centre or call 613-996-8885 collect. The Operations Centre of Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Friends and relatives in Canada seeking information on Canadian citizens believed to be in the affected area should contact Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada at 1-800-387-3124.

More information

Foreign Affairs Web site

Missing persons list maintained by the International Committee of the Red Cross

Photos of missing family and friends (CBC)

 

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