Click your Mouse to help Haiti’s daily action is Click to Help Haiti. If you have 30 seconds, you can make a difference.

Click to Donate websites are probably one of the most ridiculously easy ways to harness the Internet for everyday philanthropy. When you log on to certain service-oriented websites, like, you can click on a variety of causes and make a small donation in the process (at no cost to you—this is completely free). Advertisers and other sponsors will make a charitable contribution on your behalf (usually ranging from a few pennies to 25 cents) toward whatever cause you select.

Go to to click and 100% of the donations raised go directly to Oxfam America and help provide emergency water and sanitation services to earthquake survivors in Haiti.

It couldn’t be any easier and every little bit counts! What are you waiting for? Combine your computer time today with some everyday philanthropy!

Organizations Helping Haiti

How to Be an Everyday Philanthropist: Major humanitarian effort. An International Red Cross Spokesperson warns that up to 3 million people may have been affected by the Hatian earthquake. How you can help:

CNN Impact your World details and links a number of non-profit organizations specifically helping Haiti.

I want to extend my deepest sympathies to those who have lost loved ones, and I hope the survivors can find the strength to make it through this terrible tragedy. Let’s do all we can to support the people of Haiti and their families. If planning to donate in 2010 – Now, would be a great time.

Be well!

Don’t forget to join my Facebook Fan Page! The First Annual “Four-Week Philanthropy Experiment” begins on March 1st. Each day, you’ll find tips for giving to charity – that cost you nothing! Tell your friends and let’s make 2010, The Year of Giving!