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Project Medishare featured as charity of the day

  |   Earthquake Response

By Jennifer Browning

Project Medishare for Haiti is featured as the Charity of the Day on and today!!!

Did you know you can help Project Medishare for Haiti every time you shop online and search the web by adding our new toolbar?  Each time you shop at one of more than 1,300 participating top stores (from Amazon to Zazzle!), we will earn a percentage of the purchase price – at no extra cost to you! (you may even save money as the toolbar also includes coupons and deals!) It also includes a Yahoo powered search box and each time you search the web, about a penny is donated to us!  Add Project Medishare’s GoodSearch toolbar here –

Or, if you’d rather, you can go directly to to do your searches and to click through to the stores to do your shopping!

You can use GoodSearch and GoodShop every day, but be sure to check Project Medishare out on’s home page today!

As you know, Project Medishare’s medical teams are continuing to work in Haiti to provide medical relief to those affected by the 7.0 earthquake three weeks ago. As other emergency response medical teams begin to close down operations, more and more patients are showing up at our facility. There is still great need and we will continue to need funding to continue our important efforts on the ground in Haiti.

For those of you who have already given, we thank you and hope that you will continue your support of Project Medishare by using GoodSearch and GoodShop. This is a great way to show your support of Project Medishare and raise money for our medical relief efforts in Haiti.

If you would like to make a monetary donation directly to Project Medishare, you may click here to make your most generous online donation towards our important, lifesaving work in Port-au-Prince.