Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Where to donate money:

If you want to help Haiti please consider donating to one of these organizations who can help the victims of the devastating earthquake:

1.Real Hope for Haiti (donate paypal button is on the right side of the blog)

2. Heartline Ministries

3. Love-A-Child

4. Partners in Health

5. Children of the Promise Orphanage

Or you could donate to us at The Medical Advocacy Team (paypal donate button on the right). All funds will be used 100% for families and children that we work with who have children with special healthcare needs who have been affected by the earthquake. (We are waiting to hear from most of them- keep praying!)

(this list will be updated as we hear from more partners)

We are trying to put together a medical team to go to Haiti soon. If you have a medical background and are interested in this please email Sarah at or Salem at ASAP!!


Jim and April said...

hey guys! i dont know if you could use these but i have quite a bit of medical supplies from the days when we had IVIG treatments and were trying to get pregnant...we do not need them now...we have multiple IV starter kits, boxes of gloves, medical tape, IV tubing, lots of syringes, needles, saline solution, IV fluid bags, heparin lock, gauze and alcohal pads...if your interested in taking them with you on your trip to haiti, let me know how I can get them to you! I'll make an exact list up of everything I have and send it to Salem.

Sarah said...

I am going to donate my blogs money earned through a comments/ links drive to the medical advocacy teams programs. I am very touched and drawn to this cause. I thank MSNBC for having the article about Sarah and her beautiful family. I have a child with Spina Bifida and she was born and we lived her first 7 years of her life in the Seattle area and she went to the Spina Bifida Clinic at Seattle Children's. These children are in the best hands at Children's. I live in Maine now, and my daughter is seen at Boston Childrens. The care is of course as good, but it doesnt feel like the home that Seattle did.