Ok, I’ve seen a slew of local efforts to help Haiti, and now I can’t seem to find them all, so I beg you all to contribute to this post in whatever way you can. If you know of other opportunities, please add them to the comments.
This week, through Sunday, when a guest brings in a copy of the attached message D’Amico and Sons will donate 10% of their total purchase to the American Red Cross Haiti Disaster Relief.
This Friday, at 6pm, head to the Cedar Cultural Center for the Solidarit√© Avec Ha√Øti: Earthquake Relief Fundraiser. Contributing performers will include Viviana Pintado, Maria Isa, Kenn Wanaku, Doug Little & Charanga Tropical, Yenyer√©, and Batucada do Norte.
Also on Friday, @msptweetup is hosting a social media event at Grumpy’s (on Washington) to benefit Haiti. “Buckets of Change,” as the event is called, is counting on all of us having those random buckets of change around our homes ‚Äî you know, the jars, drawers, containers of any sort we all discard our loose change into so as not to find it on the floor, under the bed, and in the coach pillows. Bring your buckets of change to Grumpy’s at 7pm to donate to Haiti relief.¬† Bring dollars, bring quarters, dimes, nickels, and pennies. Bring it all. All proceeds will go directly to the American Red Cross to benefit Haiti Relief and Development.
TODAY: Hip Hop for Haiti at Nomad.
Anything else? Please let us know.