Haiti relief worker returns to Montour Falls
Feb 14, 2010
MONTOUR FALLS -- The daughter of a Schuyler Hospital physician returned this week after an eight-day stay in Haiti, where she provided occupational therapy to people recovering from injuries related to the recent earthquake.
Every President since Dwight D. Eisenhower has attended the National Prayer Breakfast the first week of February. This year is no exception. President Obama headlined the event that brought a bi-partisan group together to celebrate faith … or at least civility.
Life will never be the same again for Haitians left behind by the devastating earthquake of Jan. 12 and we are not only talking of material loss but also a much severe emotional trauma.
Google Alerts For - UNITED SIKHS
Jan 31, 2010
Jerome pointed at the same zone, good work being done by the United Sikhs International, an organization serving food and water to nearly a thousand people ...
Port-Au-Prince, Haiti (AHN) - Seventeen days after a 7.0-magnitude earthquake devastated the capital, Port-au-Prince, with many more aftershocks, measuring more than 5.0-magnitude continued to shake it, Haitians are limping back to life.
PORT-AU-PRINCE, HAITI - I went to see Jonatha again today. She is the 2-year-old girl who was plucked from the rubble of her home six days after the devastating earthquake and brought to a make-shift medical clinic near the airport. It’s very likely her parents are dead.
Brampton Guardian covering UNITED SIKHS
Jan 29, 2010
With an organization called the United Sikhs – an affiliation with the United Kingdom – Sarvinder Pandher is among those five residents, and many others, who have joined the humanitarian effort to restore Haiti after a 7.1 magnitude earthquake struck the country on Jan. 12.
UK Media covering United Sikhs in Haiti
Jan 28, 2010
United Sikhs volunteers today increased their langgar (community hot-meal) distribution to 5000 meals a day following a request from the Mayor of Carrefour, Yvonne Gerome. United Sikhs Aid volunteers served in three different locations at Carrefour, one of the worst earthquake...
Torontonians Are On The Ground In Haiti
Jan 26, 2010
Whatever it takes. That’s the unofficial rally call of Torontonians mobilizing in droves to support victims of the Haiti earthquake. Scores, possibly hundreds of grassroots organizations and countless thousands of individuals across the GTA are pitching in to help, selflessly donating time and money.
Brampton: United Sikhs' second volunteer team arrived at Port-au-Prince on Sunday and started serving langar (the Sikh tradition of serving hot meals cooked in a community kitchen) to survivors of the earthquake.