Haiti911.com - Helping the Hurricane Jeanne Haitian Flod Victims

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Can Haitians Americans get together in full support of their brothers and sisters in Gonaives? Hop over to http://www.Haiti911.com and see for yourself.

Haiti911.com offers a list of Drop-Off Locations for the Haitian Relief Effort.

For the past few weeks, the subject in every Haitian radio station has been about the Hurricane Jeanne disaster in Gonaives Haiti and the Artibonite area. It seams everybody was touched by this terrible tragedy that happened in Haiti and everybody wanted to contribute.

As the owner of the Haitian Search Engine http://www.fouye.com I wanted to give my own contribution to the relief efforts. Haitians are scattered all over the world with little communities here and there. Each little Haitian hub tries their best to contribute and each individual has their opinion that they want to get across.

The only problem is that the Haitian Community outside of Haiti does not have a single voice. All our radio programs are local and so are the television programs. Hence, they are unable compile all their efforts together in support of one cause.

I had an idea that I thought was perfect. Instead of adding another webpage to the existing search engine http://www.fouye.com, I figured it was best to build an entire site and dedicate it to the Haitian Relief Efforts.

So I built http://www.Haiti911.com, a new site that allows all Haitians all across the world to keep a record of what is happening in regards to the Haiti Relief Effort and the Hurricane Jeanne disaster.

The convenience of http://www.Haiti911.com is amazing. You can locate drop-off locations nearest you, you can add drop-off locations with the click of a mouse, and you can add your own updates about the relief effort.

Because of http://www.Haiti911.com anyone can see the big picture. Instead of noticing the little group of Haitians nearest you, you can see Haitians as a group doing what they have to do to help their brothers and sisters in need.

This is what I want the world to know about my Haitian people. We are hard working, we care deeply for our beloved Haiti, and in the rough times we do come together.

They say when you help yourself others will notice and will lend you a hand. I truly hope the rest of the world is taking notes.

If there is anything happening in the Haitian Community near you, please take a minute to log it on http://www.Haiti911.com

http://www.Haiti911.com is owned and operated by Woodring Saint Preux. http://www.fouye.com is a Haitian Search Engine and the central hub for hundreds of Haitian resources.


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