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Assist Haitian relief efforts through The Episcopal Church, Episcopal Relief & Development

March 3, 2010
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The Episcopal Church and Episcopal Relief & Development are deeply grateful for the outpouring of financial support and prayers for all those suffering in aftermath of the earthquake in Haiti. Both organizations are raising funds to support the Episcopal Diocese of Haiti during this challenging time.

The following outlines the different avenues for the dispersion of contributions.

Episcopal Relief & Development

Episcopal Relief & Development is partnering with the Episcopal Diocese of Haiti to distribute critical food, water and medicine and to provide tents for people in Port-au-Prince and other affected areas. The diocese is serving more than 25,000 survivors in over 60 mission sites in eight localities around Haiti. Contributions also will support long-term recovery efforts to help people rebuild their homes and livelihoods in the months and years to come. For more information, visit

To support emergency relief activities and long-term recovery programs in Haiti:

Make checks payable to Episcopal Relief & Development

– Write “Haiti Earthquake Response Fund” in the memo line

– Mail to Episcopal Relief & Development – PO Box 7058, Merrifield, VA 22116-7058

– Visit and select “Haiti Earthquake Response Fund”

– Call 1.800.334.7626, ext. 5129

The Episcopal Church

The Episcopal Church has been an integral partner in Haiti for over 150 years. Almost all the facilities in the diocese have been impacted by the earthquake. For more information on the response to the devastation, visit:

The Episcopal Church will work with the Episcopal Diocese of Haiti to help rebuild churches, institutions and diocesan-sponsored programs that have been destroyed or severely damaged.

To help rebuild churches and support institutional needs in Haiti:

– Make checks payable to the Domestic and Foreign Missionary Society

– Indicate donation is for the Episcopal Diocese of Haiti/Church and Facilities Rebuilding

– Mail to DFMS – PO Box 12074, Newark, NJ 07101

Episcopal Relief & Development:

Haitian Crisis:

The Episcopal Church:

The Haiti Page: