How you can help Haiti

I follow the blog of an amazing organization, the Real Hope for Haiti Rescue Center. They are amazing people and if you have time you should read their blog and see what they are doing over there, before and after the earthquake. They have posted things you can send to someone in the US that is collecting things for them to ship. Here is a list of their needs at this time:

Donation of goods to Haiti
By haitirescuecenter
We have a friend that is collecting donated good for us at a warehouse. These items are to be shipped to Haiti. If you have items you can ship them to

Debbie Woodward
1500 Jackson Street NE
Minneapolis, MN 55413

Current needs list
infant formula
powdered milk
ensure milk
oil
other staples
canned meat
canned vegetables
canned beans
canned tomato products
juice mixes

triple antibiotic oint
vitamins
tylenol
ibuprofen
antibiotics
hydrocortizone cream
anti-fungal cream
oral hypoglycemics – metformin, glyburide
seizure meds – pheno
gauze
gloves
kerlex, cling
IV fluids
angiocaths
casting materials
cast saw
surgical blades
sutures – all kinds
syringes

tents
tarps
mattresses
sheets
pillows
hygiene items
laundry soap
disinfectant
copy paper
bug spray
garden seeds – corn, beans (lima, black, etc), watermelon, tomato, eggplant
garden tools – hoe, machete, pick-ax, sickle (digo)
buckets
flashlights
rechargeable lanterns
batteries
dishes
cups
spoons
cooking pots

nails – 3″, 4″, tin
wire
paint
doors
boards – 2×4, 1×4
plywood
shovels
hammers
wheelbarrows

generator
inverter
electric wire
batteries
water pump – 4″
bulldozer
back-hoe
ambulance-like truck

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