Former Presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush have teamed up to promote the The Clinton-Bush Haiti Fund, which seeks individual and corporate monetary donations.
To find out how you can make a donation through the Center for International Disaster Information, go to CIDI.org.
The Haitian Consul General said donations can be made into Chase Manhattan Bank Account #761549039
Hispanics Across America has set up the following drop-off sites for the Haitian relief effort. Donations of canned goods, clothing, & non-perishable items may be left at:
• High Class Car Service at 604 West 158 Street between Broadway & Riverside Drive/Edward Morgan Place. Telephone: (212) 926-1111. High Class also will pick up items at your home or place of business; please call to schedule an appointment.
• Mamajuana Cafe at 247 Dyckman Street between Seaman & Payson Avenue. Telephone: (212) 304-0140
• Tabaco y Ron Cafe at 501 West 214 Street & 10th Avenue. Telephone: (212) 567-7170
The Staten Island relief organization Where To Turn is collecting 25,000 T-shirts to donate to Haiti. For information on where to donate the shirts, visit www.where-to-turn.org.
You can also donate through the following organizations:
Red Cross, call 1-800-733-2767 or text "HAITI" to "90999" and $10 will be given automatically to the Red Cross, charged to your cell phone bill
Yéle, an organization run by musician Wyclef Jean; text "YELE" to 501501 to make a $5 donation
Oxfam America, call 1-800-77-OXFAM.
Doctors Without Borders USA/Medecins Sans Frontieres, call 1-888-392-0392.
UNICEF or call 1-800-4UNICEF
Operation USA or call 1-800-678-7255
UJA-Federation of New York; mail your check payable to UJA-Federation, P.O. Box 4227, New York, NY 10261-4227 (and earmark your check for The Haiti Relief Fund on the memo line) or call the Donor Center at 1.212.836.1486 to donate by credit card.