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By admin | January 22, 2010

We are deeply indebted to Craig Kielburger and the team from Free The Children on providing updates on Haiti.

By no means is the struggle over.

A week after the devastating earthquake, we ask you all to keep the spirit of humanity alive by continuing to help Haitians pull through the nightmare surrounding them. Although it may seem like old news now, it will take a long time for any normality to return to the lives of the people affected by this horror. Even then, what was a normal life prior to the earthquake will only become a distant memory for the heartache and pain surrounding this traumatic experience will be the scars Haitians carry with them for the rest of their lives. Therefore, we ask you all to dig deep on Friday January 22, 2010 and help raise money through a number special events being held for Haiti in Canada and the US.

Your depth of compassion will make a difference to people asking “Why us?”….”What next?”….and all we can ask from everyone reading this is that we help them move on from reacting to death to being proactive about life.

As we continue going forward, the best gift we can give is hope. Hope in making a difference no matter how small, so give whatever you can.

For further information on events being held in Canada, please click on the following link:


For further information on events being held in the US, please click on the following link:


The lessons we take away will not go in vain. For those countries in high risk areas, we ask governments and aid agencies to better educate people to learn crucial life-skills in coping with earthquakes, tsunamis, etc. Secondly, to ensure proper precautionary measures are taken to safeguard all life. And finally, in high risk regions we ask the governments to develop plans which will respond to any natural disaster.

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