You can SMS text HAITI to 90999 to donate $10 to Red Cross Haitian relief efforts and help Haiti earthquake 2010 victims with microdonations. On January 12, 2010, a massive Haiti earthquake caused huge damage inside and around the capital city of Port-au-Prince. The Haiti earthquake has led to the dawn of a new era of mobile phone donations.
It was an amazing effort involving all US telecom carriers which allows everyone to easily donate a small $10 amount and support the Haiti earthquake relief efforts. This charitable initiative is powered by mGive, who is working with Red Cross and helping with mobile phone donations. 100% of the donation goes to the Red Cross to help those hit by this natural disaster in Haiti. Receipts can be printed at mGive.org/receipt.
So how many mobile donations have been collected?Â Its seems over $5 million donations have been collected to support the Red Cross, and nearly half of that amount is contibuted by AT&T users. This mobile phone donation initiative has been supported by the White House and US department of State. Help Haiti – SMS text HAITI to 90999 and a $10 charge will be attached to your next cellphone bill in the US.
Many Tech companies are pitching in the Haitian relief efforts and Google has set up a page to Support Disaster Relief in Haiti.Â Beware ofÂ fraudulent charities that will try and scam donations. These Haiti earthquake pictures will show you the grim condition in Haiti. Donate now.