Aid Still Required
Donate and help those left behind after natural disasters and human crises.
$1 per day creates a new future for Haiti’s forgotten children.
We've all seen it. Money pours in when a disaster first occurs. But then the world's attention turns to other matters and the real work of rebuilding goes underfunded. I'm involved with this project because it will help thousands restore their lives in a sustainable manner.
We deeply value this project. Not only will it raise much needed capital for the recovery effort… it will also serve to sustain public awareness of the ongoing need for aid in the area, thereby aiding in all tsunami recovery campaigns. We strongly encourage cooperation and participation in making this endeavor a success.
Half of Haiti’s children are illiterate and most donʼt even finish the 5th grade. The number of orphaned and abandoned children has doubled since the earthquake. Face the fact — Haiti still needs your help. Join us to help make a difference.
We have the power. We have the power to unite people. If we can unite people who are willing to take a stand, miracles can happen. Join us at AidStillRequired.org. Together we have the power to change the world.
Millions in Haiti are suffering from post traumatic stress disorder, disease and hunger. Join us and thousands of others to help make a difference.
Since 2003 the conflict in Darfur has led to some of the worst human rights abuses. More than 200,000 people have been killed and over 2.5 million have been displaced. Please join us in letting the international community know that we want to end the conflict in Darfur now.
Programs Created With Local Community Leaders
Focusing the spotlight on people left behind after natural disasters and human crises, Aid Still Required partners with community leaders to create programs that truly fit the needs of those affected.
Five schools serving Haiti’s most vulnerable communities, including solar-powered computer lab and English classes
Health and Well-Being
A multi-faceted approach to physical and emotional well-being
Children and Youth
Integrative programs for children and youth in high-risk circumstances
Long-term, community-generated redevelopment
Redefining Disaster Relief
Shifting the global approach to emergency relief by incorporating long-term redevelopment
Working Where Others Don't
Focusing on communities hardest hit and most forgotten
Thinking beyond immediate, short-term food, water, medicine, and shelter
Shining the Spotlight on Forgotten Issues
“Just because it left the headlines doesn’t mean it left the planet”