Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Support "Columbus Hope for Haiti"City and Local Media Join Forces to Raise Funds for American Red Cross

To view the original press release, please click the title link above! :0)

Join Mayor Michael B. Coleman, the American Red Cross of Greater Columbus and Central Ohio media outlets for a special one-day 
fundraiser to benefit Haiti relief efforts in the wake of last week's devastating earthquake and today's strong aftershock.

“Columbus Hope for Haiti” is this Thursday, January 21, from 7 a.m. – 7 p.m. 
at the Ohio Historical Society parking lot located just off of I-71, at Exit 111.

“When tragedy strikes, Columbus unites in prayer and support for people in 
trouble, and there is no doubt that the situation in Haiti demands our attention,” 
said Mayor Coleman. “We are urging everyone to take a few moments
 to stop by and give what they can to help hurry aid to Haiti through our partners
 at the American Red Cross - it could not be easier than stopping this week at 
Columbus Hope for Haiti at the Historical Society.”

How The Online Community Can Help

Blog about the event on Wednesday and/or Thursday, sharing how people can donate

Fan the Facebook page and ask your friends to join as well

Tweet using the #Cbus4Haiti hashtag

Share the content with your other social networks

Email your Columbus friends and family, asking them to support the event

To Donate to the Red Cross

Call 1-800-HELP NOW or 1-800-257-7575 (Spanish)

Make a secure online contribution by visiting You can choose to designate your contribution to the 
International Response Fund or for the Haiti response specifically

Text “Haiti” to 90999 to make a $10 donation to the Red Cross

Drop off a check or cash donation on Thursday, January 21 to the Ohio Historical Center

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