Help for Haiti from Cancun and Quintana Roo


The tragedy in Haiti has struck the hearts of everyone around the world. Organizations in every country are contributing to the relief effort and the kindness and generosity of humankind is clearly evident in the response to pleas for help. The local community in Cancun is doing their part in many ways, mostly through the local "Cruz Roja" (Red Cross) which has set up collection centers for donations around the city and at their main location. The word is being spread through the Cruz Roja event page on Facebook, please join if you feel you can make a contribution. I've been receiving messages with lists of supplies needed and a plea for assistance in packing the boxes to be sent to Haiti. We've contributed medicine and medical supplies and today Max and I went to the Cruz Roja to spend the afternoon doing whatever we could do to help. Max was eager to participate, he jumped right in filling boxes and counting their contents, feeling very proud of himself to be working alongside the firefighters. If you are in Cancun, please, donate an hour or two or sixteen to the Cruz Roja to help the people of Haiti! They need people daily from 9 am to 9 pm.


Further south in Quintana Roo, "Hope for Haiti" events will be happening this Sunday, January 24th, 2010 in Akumal, Playa del Carmen and Puerto Morelos. "Hope for Haiti" is a grassroots effort being organized to raise funds specifically for Doctors Without Borders to assist in the disaster relief in Haiti. With music, food and entertainment, all proceeds will benefit those whose lives have been devastated by the earthquake in Haiti. Locals and visitors, please do what you can to attend these events, just click on the links for all the details. If you are unable to attend but would like to contribute to the cause, please click here to make a donation to "Hope for Haiti".

Comments

Makayla said…
Good for you, they need all the help they can get.
JJ said…
Great post, Canucka! Good to see so much being done to help out - a little or a lot, it all helps.
Kelly said…
What a great lesson for Max! I've got some friends going to Cancun this weekend, I will pass this on (hopefully they're already reading it since I send it to everyone heading that way :D ).
gringation said…
Great! I'll stop by and drop some stuff off tomorrow. Thanks for raising awareness.
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Thank you so much for helping us to spread the word about these events! I hope we have a good turnout on Sunday!!
Antonio e Ellen said…
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best regards
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So,so glad to see you all on Sunday. I was delighted that you made the trip to see us and support "Help for Haiti" Playa del Carmen!!

Mil gracias amiga!!
Sara said…
Nice post. I wish I were close enough to help like that but not a lot is going on at the moment. I donated the unicef and the red cross, but I still feel like I need to do more.

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