Boynton Beach fire stations:
Station No. 4 at 1919 Federal Highway, and Station No. 5 at 2080 High Ridge Road, are accepting food, water, medical supplies and diapers.
The Catholic Diocese of Palm Beach
is collecting money for the Catholic Relief Services. Checks can be sent to Catholic Relief Services, P.O. Box 17090, Baltimore, MD 21203. Write “earthquake in Haiti” in the memo field or call 1-877-435-7277.
Community Caring Center of Boynton Beach
: The Ocean Avenue Green Market Cafe is accepting blankets, medicine and water on behalf of the community center. Items can be dropped off at 400 E. Boynton Beach Blvd. Call 752-8598 for more information.
Delray Beach fire stations:
All fire stations and the Delray Beach City Hall are drop-off sites for canned food, medical supplies, bottled water, flashlights, etc.
Our Lady Of Perpetual Help Church:
The Haitian Catholic Mission is accepting non-perishable food and water at 510 SW Eighth Ave., Delray Beach, FL 33444.
St. Vincent Ferrer Catholic Church:
840 George Bush Blvd., 276-6892, accepting non-perishable food and water.
United Way of Palm Beach County:
Donate to the disaster fund at www.unitedwaypbc.org
or send checks to 2600 Quantum Blvd., Boynton Beach, FL 33426. Make the checks out to UWPBC/Haiti Relief Effort.
American Red Cross
is accepting donations at www.redcross-pbc.org
, or send checks to the Greater Palm Beach Area Chapter of the American Red Cross, 825 Fern St., West Palm Beach, FL 33401, or call 833-7711. Cell phone users can make a $10 donation by texting HAITI to 90999.
Doctors Without Borders:
Donations can be made at 1-888-392-0392 or checks can be mailed to Doctors Without Borders USA, P.O. Box 5030, Hagerstown, MD 21741.
Food For The Poor
is accepting monetary donations as well as canned food, condensed and powdered milk and medical supplies. These can be dropped off at 6401 Lyons Road, Coconut Creek, FL 33073. You can also call 954-427-2222 or donate online at www.foodforthepoor.org
The International Firefighters Assistance
needs relief supplies and monetary donations. Drop-off sites include any West Palm Beach fire station and checks can be mailed to IFA, 10693 Wiles Road, Suite 119, Coral Springs, FL 33076.
Missionary Flights International
needs donations such as blankets, snacks, soap, flashlights and batteries. Drop-off sites includes New Beginnings Chapel, 8431 Lake Worth Road, Lake Worth, FL 33467 and the Jewish Federation of South Palm Beach County, 9901 Donna Klein Blvd., Boca Raton, FL 33428. On the Web at www.missionaryflights.org
Partners In Health:
The nonprofit which brings modern medical care to poor communities is accepting monetary donations online at www.standwithhaiti.org
. Or checks can be mailed to Partners In Health, P.O. Box 845578, Boston, MA 02284. Write “Haiti” in the memo field.
Checks can be sent to The Salvation Army of Palm Beach County, P.O. Box 789, West Palm Beach, FL, 33402. Write Haiti Disaster in the memo field. Donate online at
Call 1-800-UNICEF or donate at www.unicef.org
World Food Program:
Donate online at www.wfp.org
or text the word FRIENDS to 90999 and $5 will go toward the effort in Haiti.
Yele Haiti Earthquake Fund:
Created by Haitian musician Wyclef Jean. Go to www.yele.org
or text YELE to 501501 to donate $5 from your mobile phone. Youth Co-Op Inc. Refugee Services: Accepting canned goods at its office at 2112 Congress Ave., Palm Springs, FL 33406.