The folks at charity: water have been working in Haiti along with Wyclef’s Yelé Haiti, The American Red Cross, Haitian singer Alan Cavé’s We-Care-Haiti and many other organizations. charity: water works specifically to give clean drinking water to to people. According to their website:
Ever since the massive earthquake struck Haiti, charity: water has been working with our partners on the ground to find solutions to the growing water needs.
Over a million people have been displaced from Port-au-Prince, and the need for clean water in the rural areas is greater than ever.
charity: water has identified 11 areas that need help now.
We know exactly how much money is needed, and as always will use 100% of donations to directly fund projects, proving each one using photos and GPS.
There’s an incredible amount of work that needs be done in Haiti, but the first step is simple.”
Meanwhile the American Red Cross is stirring up controversy for Haiti relief fund donations that haven’t been allocated. $175 million in donations to be exact. Visit the San Francisco Chronicle blog to read American Red Cross explains unallocated Haiti donations in blog