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Dine Out For Haiti


Many of the restaurants participating in Restaurant Week are also participating in Dine Out For Haiti. This is a great way to support and help those in Haiti via Action Against Hunger, Doctors Without Borders and Partners in Health. I'm sure many of you have done your part to help out the fundraisers for Haiti. This is another small step we can all take, and this doesn't cost you a dime if you are already dining out.

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Lists of participating restaurants for Dine Out For Haiti
  • Eater NY has compiled a list of restaurants participating. This list has a map showing locations of the restaurants.
  • Open Table also has a great list of participating restaurants. You'll find the restaurant name, neighborhood, type of cuisine and price point for each of the participating restaurants.
  • TimeOut New York also has compiled a list of participating restaurants. This list includes names of restaurants, dates of participation, how much they are donating and other types of donations that are accepted.

There are many other ways to contribute to this disaster relief.  Many do not cost you much, such as Swagbucks' Haiti Earthquake Relief Fund Donation.  You can donate your Swagbucks to help this cause.  If you're not a member of Swagbucks, you can sign up here - Free (you earn points for cash and prizes just by searching).  You should find out how much of your donation actually goes to helping those in Haiti.  Direct donations to the American Red Cross or Doctors without Borders are two of the best ways to help this disaster relief.

Haiti has always been a country in need, and it is more so now than ever.  To read more about Haiti, you can check out some of these books.

Haiti Related Books:

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