When the 7.0 earthquake shook Haiti, leaving more than 230,000 people
dead and 1.3 million homeless, you gave from your heart.
You told us about some of your spirited efforts, like the Peer College
Counselors in Reseda High School in Los Angeles who sponsored a
fundraising drive that raised $628 for Doctors without Borders (the
organization the students chose to support) in just 20 minutes. Go,
But that's not all you wanted to do. You also wanted your government,
not just yourself and your community, to do the right thing. To
generously aid Haiti. In the right way, in ways that put Haitians in the
center of decisionmaking. In ways that are sustainable.