Hott Link: Vegan Cupcakes Save the World


We know everyone and their mom has already asked you to contribute to their own personal Haiti fundraiser, but allow us a quick shout-out to a very unpainful way to give.

The crew over at Post Punk Kitchen (led by Vegan Cupcakes Take Over the World author Chandra Moskowitz), have organized a nationwide series of vegan bake sales this weekend to raise money for various charities aiding victims of the earthquake. Check out PPK to find a bake sale site in DC, NYC, or near you.

Know of other foodie-friendly ways to help Haiti? Feed us back in the comments.

(Hat Tip: Jiggle Billy)

(Photo: *swf*)

Haiti Food Relief


We wanted to take a moment to bring to you a few of the charities that are providing relief to the people of Haiti, specifically those providing food aid to those whose lives have been devastated by the 7.0 earthquake that hit Port-au-Prince on Tuesday.

World Food Program has deployed to Haiti. The agency has sent 86 metric tons of food to provide half a million emergency meals, in addition to high energy biscuits to those without access to cooking facilities. For more information go to

Operation USA is an international aid agency that is providing health care, food supplements and water purification for the people of Haiti. To learn more and ways to donate go to

Food for the Poor works in Latin America and the Caribbean improving the economic, health and social lives of the people it serves.  Food for the Poor is sending a crew to Haiti and they are leaving the morning of January 14 and flying to the Dominican Republic. Helicopters will take them to Haiti, to donate go to

American Red Cross has a simple way to donate, text “Haiti” to 90999 and $10 will be charged to your cell phone bill. All proceeds will go directly to sending supplies and staff to Haiti, in addition to the $1 million dollars ARC has already contributed to Haiti relief. You can also go to

Of course the are the other major aid agencies, The International Committee of the Red Cross, Medecins sans Frontieres, Clinton Foundation, Yele and CARE.