As I am sure we all know by know, Haiti was struck by a major earthquake this Tuesday, where an estimated three million people have been effected, nearly half a million of which died as a result. And since many hospitals were wrecked in the initial earthquake or during the aftershocks and therefore abandoned, there are literally millions of people who are in need of assistance that isn't readily available.
If you are able to help but unsure how, Chris Sacca has six ways you can help in Haiti. Even if all you have is five or ten bucks that you can spare, you can help Haiti recover from this tragedy.
Also, UNICEF has teamed up with CafePress, releasing a line of items that the proceeds of will be donated towards the provision of clean water, temporary shelter, medical supplies and other necessities for children displaced by the earthquake, as well as also helping children orphaned by the earthquake reunite with their extended families. Most of what they offer are T-shirts and tote bags, but they do have one hat: