Maybe you've read this before, but:
"...I prepared a list of charities and their contact information - Catholic and otherwise - for another blog, along with a regularly-updated list of posts I've written on what's going on in Haiti:The central Minnesota diocese I'm in raised about a quarter-million dollars a couple months ago, earmarked for Haiti.
That page also has a list of posts in this, and two other blogs, about Haiti...."
- 'Haiti: About the Earthquake, Relief, and Related Topics'
- I've put Catholic charitable organizations in their own category
(February 22, 2010)
It's nice to see what's happening, where some of it's being used:
- "Easter Hope in Haiti"
Religion & Ethics News Weekly, PBS (April 2, 2010)
"...Catholic Relief Services (CRS) is helping lead humanitarian efforts on the ground. CRS camp coordinator Niek de Goeij says getting food and water to the people has been a logistical nightmare...."The 'camp' is a golf course that's been refitted as a place for refugees from the quake to live while rebuilding goes on.
A tip of the hat to CatholicRelief, on Twitter, for the heads-up on this article.