A Moment Of Reflection

Today is a day for thinking about where we’ve been and where we’re heading. Why? Because March 12, 2010 is exactly two years after the Sichuan earthquake…and four months after […]

Bad Habits For A Good Cause

Remember our fantastic (now) 14-year-old friend Clare? I’m pretty sure you haven’t forgotten this seriously impressive overachiever and her hard work to support Haiti. But, just in case, here’s a […]

Paper? Plastic? Or Tarp?

Plastic bags. Some places won’t let you have ’em. Some places let you make a donation if you skip ’em. Some places even enter you into drawings for free grocery […]

CreHAITIve Re/Vision In Pittsburgh

I never thought I’d say this, but I’m totally jealous of Pittsburgh. You see, Pittsburgh creatives recently held an (awesome) event for Haiti and I’m kicking myself that we didn’t […]

Haiti: Two Months Later

This morning the American Red Cross published a two month progress report on relief efforts for Haiti. “As part of its largest international response since the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami, […]

TOTN: Differences Between Haiti & Chile Quakes

I missed Monday’s episode of Talk of the Nation on NPR. Normally, I’d be okay with that, but this discussion sounded fascinating. TOTN took a look at the recent earthquakes […]

TIME: There’s No Point in Doing Good Badly

At our board meeting tonight, our Emergency Services Director pointed out an article that appeared in the latest issue of TIME magazine. The piece, “There’s No Point in Doing Good […]

Video: One Month In Haiti

What makes a bigger impact — words or images? How about both? This “one month in review” video tells the story of the Red Cross’ work in Haiti — what […]

Haiti Earthquake: One Month Later

One month ago, I was planning my brother’s birthday, getting ready for a friend’s fashion show and attending NTEN’s non-profit mapping showcase. One month ago, residents of Haiti were going […]