Key Information on Responsible Philanthropy
The U.N. Office of the Special Envoy for Haiti has assembled some key resources for donors interested in learning how best to donate money or volunteer time.
The New York Times' Tips for Safe and Efficient Haiti Donations
This link from the Bucks blog explores the pros and cons donating money via mobile devices and the Web -- and gives tips on what to watch out for.
Help Survivors of the Earthquake in Haiti
Charity Navigator is an online resource that monitors NGO performance. They've compiled a list of organizations with a proven record of helping in Haiti.
The Best Way to Support Relief Efforts in the Aftermath of Haiti's Earthquake
The American Institute of Philanthropy's "top-rated list of charities involved in Haitian earthquake relief." The site also gives advice on what to be wary of when looking to donate.
Choosing Organizations to Donate to After the Haiti Earthquake
In this post from her blog Good Intentions Are Not Enough, Saundra Schimmelpfennig, co-founder of the Disaster Tracking Recovery Assistance Center, asks aid workers for their advice on where to give.
Nobody Wants Your Old Shoes
This post, written by global health professional Alanna Shaikh for the blog Aid Watch, describes how not to help Haiti: Don't donate goods; don't go to Haiti; don't ignore rebuilding.
Haiti Revised Humanitarian Appeal 2010
For the most inquisitive, public documents can provide an impressively thorough accounting of all aid efforts currently underway in Haiti. This United Nations executive summary contains two appendices of interest: Annex 1 is an exhaustive list of all recovery projects that have received any funding from the U.N. Flash Appeal, and contains a full breakdown of their current and projected budgets; Annex 2 lists the amount each country around the world has pledged to the Haitian recovery effort, and how much of that promise they have actually fulfilled.