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What volunteering in Haiti means to the IRS in terms of deductions

  |   Earthquake Response, Fundraisers

[caption id="attachment_1465" align="aligncenter" width="500" caption="New volunteers pass bags down the line to unload the truck full of luggage and supplies. Those volunteering in Haiti will be able to deduct travel expenses they incurred during their volunteer trip. Photo by Jennifer Browning. "][/caption] By Jennifer Browning While the...

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Radio host volunteers time to Project Medishare’s Hospital in Port-au-Prince

  |   Earthquake Response, Fundraisers, Uncategorized

[caption id="attachment_1460" align="aligncenter" width="500" caption="Donna Joyner dances with one of the children in the Project K.I.D. Network play area. Donna and her husband Tom Joyner, of the Tom Joyner Morning Show, volunteered their time at the Project Medishare Hospital in Port-au-Prince. Photo by Jennifer Browning."][/caption] By...

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Rural Haiti pushes for decentralization of resources as earthquake victims migrate to the countryside

  |   Agriculture Program, Earthquake Response

By Jennifer Browning This weekend in the first of a two-part article, the Miami-Herald takes a look at rural Haiti and the government's intentions to look toward decentralizing the country in order to give more power to the municipalities and provinces. Rural Haiti has already experienced a...

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Earthquake affects Haitians many miles outside the capital

  |   Agriculture Program, Earthquake Response, Uncategorized

By Jennifer Browning While Project Medishare volunteer relief workers continue to work long hours providing medical care to earthquake victims in Port-au-Prince, 60 miles away  those living in the communities of Thomonde and Marmont are feeling aftershocks of their own. With the mass migration of earthquake victims...

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