BOGOTÁ, Colombia – Sixty-four percent of Colombians believe the government’s peace talks with the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia must end with a resolution to the country’s longest-running conflict, according to a Gallup poll released in May that surveyed 8.7 million people. Above, Colombians participated in a march for peace on April 9. (Eitan Abramovich/AFP)
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“It at least keeps you busy. It takes your mind off the pain.” - Patrick Massenant, a 39-year-old local sanitation official as he cleared rubble in his neighborhood in Port-au-Prince
United Methodist Committee on Relief
Checks can be made out to UMCOR with Advance #418325. Put "Haiti Emergency" in the memo line. Checks can be put in the church's offering plate or mailed to UMCOR, P.O. Box 9068, New York, NY 10087.
The Cange Haiti Bread & Water Campaign
Episcopal Diocese of Upper South Carolina, 1115 Marion St., Columbia, SC 29201 (Mark checks Bread & Water-Rescue, Cange, Haiti)
Episcopal Relief and Development
Mail checks to P.O. Box 7058, Merrifield, VA 22116-7058 (Mark "Haiti Fund" on checks)
American Jewish World Service
Baptist Global Response