The one-year anniversary of Haiti’s devastating earthquake was Wednesday, Jan. 12, and CNN.com ran a story on “Five Ways You Can Still Help in Haiti.” MedShare was included in the “Volunteer” section, along with a brief highlight on how we’ve responded thus far to the earthquake. To read more about our ongoing recovery efforts, click here.
In another story about Georgia’s ongoing recovery efforts in Haiti, The Atlanta-Journal Constitution featured MedShare. The story is called, “Georgians help Haiti, finds much needs to be done after quake,” and you can view it here.
Also, this past Saturday, January 8th, was Georgia Governor Deal’s “Day of Service,” an event aimed at bringing people together to give back to their communities across Georgia. MedShare was among the local charities, shelters, missions, food banks, and environmental agencies that was chosen to host volunteers, and we had about 40 volunteers give their time on Saturday. WABE (Atlanta’s NPR station) and GeorgiaHealthNews.com both featured stories on the event. To view photos on the event, you can visit MedShare’s Flickr page here.
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