The Salvation Army continues to be vigorously involved in the restoration work in Haiti. Please continue to follow our National Blog for complete information and updates.
Below is a collection of videos and other information collected since the earthquake first occurred on Tuesday evening. This information will be updated as new media becomes available.
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Information about Haiti
Thanks for your generous support of the The Salvation Army's work in Haiti. We are still working hard to help the people of Haiti rebuild. Please continue to support this important work.
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Stories from Haiti
Read a moving letter from Bob Poff, Director of Disaster Services in Haiti.
A mission team with several young delegates from the Carolinas left Haiti just days before the quake. Their stories and images here.
Our Work in Port au Prince
The Salvation Army has been at work in Haiti since 1950. Operations include:
- Children's Home for more than 50 children.
- School with daily attendance of 1,500
- Medical Clinic caring for 150-200 daily
- Church that has 1,000 in attendance
For a complete profile of our work there, consult our International Headquarters Website.
- Population: about 10 million
- Size: about size of Massachusettes
- Poorest country in Western Hemisphere