Haiti video available
BSC Communications
January 22, 2010

Haiti video available

Haiti video available
BSC Communications
January 22, 2010

A two-minute video with current pictures from Haiti and

information about North Carolina Baptists’ response to date is available here.

Richard Brunson, director of N.C. Baptist Men, suggests

churches that are interested in helping in Haiti show the video Sunday morning.

Most of the first medical team that went to Haiti last week

will be returning to North Carolina Friday evening (Jan. 22). The second team

of 13 people is onsite and a third team is being assembled to leave Jan. 24.

The single immediate personnel need is for medical help.

Teams are having to fly into Dominican Republic and come

overland to Haiti because of the clogged airport.

“We have taken in many medical supplies,” said Brunson.

“ Right now the needs are medical and very specialized,”

Brunson said. “But in the future we will have many more opportunities for

volunteers with other skills to be used in Haiti. Potential volunteers can sign

up on our web site. We are looking at being involved in Haiti for a long time.”

How to donate:

  • Go to our site, click on the button Donate Now. You

    will be taken to a page that shows the option of donating in several different

    monetary denominations. Follow the instructions.

  • You may send a check to:

    N.C. Baptist Men,

    P.O. Box 1107,

    Cary, NC 27512.

    Please mark the check Haiti Disaster Relief efforts.

(EDITOR’S NOTE — The Biblical Recorder has a channel on YouTube where other Haiti videos are available.)

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