In the Media

Teachers duct-taped for Haiti

While duct-taping your teacher to the wall might be a dream come true for some students, at Evans Elementary School the event was actually a fundraiser benefitting the victims of the earthquake in Haiti... Read More
JON M. FLETCHERThe Times-Union John Lovejoy Jr., a doctor (left), led the team, which included David Balanky, support staff, who said their goodbyes to fellow volunteers Saturday after spending a week aiding quake victims and others in Milot, Haiti.

Jacksonville Dr. has volunteered in Haiti for 30 years

When you walk in the door of one of the residences on the CRUDEM Foundation grounds, there is a framed photo of a doctor with a Haitian girl. Read More
Nurse Sandy Roberts accompanies children on the flight to Massachusetts from Haiti, which was underwritten by Western Massachusetts philanthropists Michael and Lisa Kittredge

Flight donors come forward

Hoping to inspire others to lend a hand, two donors and two aviation companies from Western Massachusetts confirmed their role today in flights that ferried Haitian children to medical care in Massachusetts and medical... Read More
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Casey Nolen shares stories from his Haiti trip

Casey Nolen shares stories from his Haiti trip. Read More
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MO nurse hopes to inspire

Denise Hoffman wasn't sure what to expect when she arrived in Haiti. After watching the suffering of earthquake victims on the news, the O'Fallon, Missouri nurse knew she couldn't stay home. Read More
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Goshen, IN doctors recall experience

Brought to their knees by tragedy and devastation caused by last month’s earthquake, the people of Haiti can use all the help they can get. Read More

70 yr old woman pulled from rubble

Jan 19: CNN Called: Can you take 70 yr old woman just pulled from rubble of bank across from Presidential Palace. She needs high quality trauma surgery NOW. Read More