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Haiti Needs Help From All Of Us

After the 2010 earthquake in Haiti, in which more than 200,000 lives were lost and approximately 1.5 million people became homeless, the American people opened their hearts and donated generously to help save lives. Thanks to these donations, the American Red Cross responded with lifesaving aid, providing food, water, medical care, emergency shelter, cash grants, and other essentials to millions of people.
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