Haiti Earthquake Six Months Later: Where and How to Donate

Hope for Haiti

The organization says 96 percent of the donations it raises, directly reach the people in Haiti who need it most. All the donations received in response to the earthquake are going directly to its disaster relief effort on the ground. They've distributed $30 million in aid.

Click here to find out how to help Hope for Haiti.

Food for the Poor

Food for the Poor has been working in Haiti since 1996, according to its Web site.

The organization has purchased, packaged and shipped more than 3,100 tons of emergency relief to earthquake victims in Haiti.

Its operations are now moving from relief mode to reconstruction of homes and schools.

Click here to donate or to learn more about Food for the Poor.

ABC News' Daniel Arnall and the "Good Morning America" Digital Unit contributed to this report.

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