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Haiti Needs Your Help! In the wake of the tragic earthquake and aftershocks in Haiti, the great folks at XtremeLabs in partnership with CrackBerry.com and MTV have put together the Help Haiti app for BlackBerry Smartphones. The Help Haiti app makes it easy to donate to charities in both the USA and Canada that are working hard to help in Haiti's relief and recovery. Donations are made via SMS in $5 or $10 amounts and are added to your monthly cell phone bill. Charities to donate to include:
- Canadian Charities: Salvation Army in Canada, Plan Canada, World Vision Canada, on behalf of Rogers
- US Charities: Yele Foundation, Clinton Foundation Haiti Relief Fund, Salvation Army, UNICEF, National Religious Broadcasters, Save the Children Federation, World Vision, International Medical Corps, Oxfam America, CARE, Americares, Habitat for Humanity, on behalf of MTV telethon, American Jewish World Service, American Red Cross in the U.S.
If you haven't had a chance to contribute to Haiti's recovery yet or want to contribute again, please download the Help Haiti app for free from App World or the CrackBery App Store via the links below and make a donation. It's easy and it will help. Let's make a difference CrackBerry Nation!
- Download Help Haiti App from CrackBerry App Store >>
- Download Help Haiti App from BlackBerry App World >>
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