Pic: Matt Marek/American Red Cross

I just saw on CNN that the Prime Minister of Haiti says it’s possible
that hundreds of thousands of people may have died in yesterday’s
earthquake!!! It’s just so sad. We know we can’t prevent these kinds of
natural disasters, but that’s the scariest thing about them… they
come without warning and these poor people just have no way of
escaping. I’ve seen a lot of people Twittering about it and I think
it’s really important to spread awareness about how we can help the
victims, their families and anyone affected by the disaster. It’s times
like this that social media can make a real difference and we can ALL
do something to help.

There are many ways to donate to the relief efforts and help the millions of people affected by this devastating earthquake. MSNBC has a complete list, so take a look and please donate. Think about all the text messages you’ll send today… one of them can make a real difference!

  • You can text “HAITI” to 90999 to donate $10 (Charged to your phone bill.) to the Red Cross relief efforts and/or go to http://www.redcross.org to donate to the International Response Fund.
  • Go HERE to donate to UNICEF’s Haiti relief fund
  • Text “Yele” to 501501 to donate $5 to the Haiti relief efforts (charged to your phone bill.)

Praying for everyone in Haiti right now!!!!


Comments (32)

  1. steffipixie18  |   Posted on Jan 13th, 2010

    Kim this is so nice of you i admire you for all the things u do… this cood change ppl’s life drastically.

  2. paddy  |   Posted on Jan 13th, 2010

    hey kim just donated to unicef,had to sign up to say thanks for the links and well done for ur support,keep it up

  3. ?Farzeen?   |   Posted on Jan 13th, 2010

    thanks for making us all aware of this :) God bless you.

  4. Bless!  |   Posted on Jan 13th, 2010

    Thanks to every person dat is helping!! they really need you!!here in dominican republic we felt da earthquake and thanks God nothing bad happen but we r really worry about haiti!!please, help them!!

    kim, thanks for your help!!

    • dominican star  |   Posted on Jan 13th, 2010

      well I didnt feel it but I was scared when alicia ortega talk about tsunami.. was like whatttttttttttt?

      thank god nothing happen here.. but its soo sad the situation in Haiti ..

    • dominican star  |   Posted on Jan 13th, 2010

      god have mercy for the death ones, the hurts and for their loves one

  5. Taya  |   Posted on Jan 13th, 2010

    Hey Kim just wanted to say thx for the support! We are in need of support right now! cause my country is going through a crisis and all we can do is pray and hope that we’ll get through this! Thx again for your support!

  6. linkspaden-AuA-  |   Posted on Jan 13th, 2010

    Hey Kim. Today, early in the morning, at 4:15 am, we in Aruba were woken up by a 4.2 magnitud earthquake. all of us felt the shaking and I was reeeaalllyy scared. my heart was litterally beating in my throat! We are all like, if this 4.2 scared us almost..

  7. linkspaden-AuA-  |   Posted on Jan 13th, 2010

    To death, what would a 7.0 would be like!! We Arubians now know what the people of Haiti feld and are feeling.. we have a big heart and will donate an amount to Haiti. My thoughts and prayers go out to the victims and their family. Dios ta grandi…

  8. linkspaden-AuA-  |   Posted on Jan 13th, 2010

    The thing is that the epicenter of this 4.2 earthquake was close to the coast of Venezuela (Zulia state).Allot of us felt our house shaking, our beds were shaking,the windows were crackling, the sound of it was very loud! Some of us even felt an aftershock

  9. jeny01  |   Posted on Jan 14th, 2010

    I am just a bit curious..the magazine HOLLYWOOD GOSSIP reported his profile was found on the famous rich men seeking affairs site *******sugarloves. c o m last week and he was seeking his sugar woman there. wow!!

  10. E.W.  |   Posted on Jan 14th, 2010

    A very shocking turn of events, I must say. :-( My heart goes out to all those affected by this.

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