Disaster Relief

Four palettes and 1.15 million tables and sachets were deployed to Kenya yesterday (July 28), the latest salvo to fight the drought in Eastern Africa. Provided by GlobalMedic’s Rapid...
More than 40 artists from all over the world, including Canada’s Simple Plan, These Kids Wear Crowns and Saidah Baba Talibah, cut a charity single of Coldplay’s “Fix You”...
Singer-songwriter Corey Hart first met Project Medishare for Haiti co-founder Dr. Barth Green when he underwent cervical disk fusion surgery by the world renowned Miami neurosurgeon. At the time,...
EMI Group has rallied its artists and songwriters to donate items for a massive eBay auction to raise funds for the Japanese Red Cross disaster relief efforts to help those affected by last month...
Canadian telecommunications company Telus, which received the 2010 Freeman Philanthropic Services Award for outstanding corporation, is giving its consumers a break on calls to Japan. According to...
As Japan continues to pinball between almost incomprehensible disasters, the world is stepping up to help. And Canada is no exception. In addition to the federal government — which has...
Montreal pop-rock band Simple Plan, whose album sales have topped 7 million copies worldwide, has created a limited-edited T-shirt with all proceeds going to the Red...
The Canadian government is suggesting that Canadians wanting to help victims of the Japanese earthquake and tsunami should give money, not clothing or food. The web site for Department of Foreign...
Kings of Leon, Bruce Springsteen, Bon Jovi, Jeff Buckley, Beyonce, Foo Fighters, P!nk, Sting, John Mayer, Bob Dylan and Australia’s own Keith Urban, Powderfinger, Midnight Oil, Hoodoo Gurus and...
In just three months, the World Jazz for Haiti double CD has raised $7,000 for the Canadian Red Cross Haiti Earthquake Appeal fund from sales in 20 countries. “Most of the sales at...

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