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Friday, January 15, 2010

How to volunteer for Haiti

From Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency, Passed on by Potter County DES

Please see the information below on how individuals wanting to volunteer for Haiti can sign up.

Tim Baughman: Bud Mertz provided an article that appeared in the Tribune-Review regarding a local government authority that wants to provide assistance. After discussion with Tim Sevison, we would ask you advise Westmoreland County and ensure they have the contact information for providing assistance which is below.

Tony & Fern: If you have not already done so, please provide the contact information to all county EMCs for their information. Requests on how to volunteer to help are already percolating up to the Governor’s Office who will also be providing the contact information below. Thanks.

State and local governments can send offers of assistance be emailing: FEMA personnel are manning this email address and working directly with the State Dept. to match needs with offers of assistance.

Businesses, NGOs, etc. should post offers of assistance to the database posted on


Westmoreland water authority workers may provide assistance

By Rich Cholodofsky
Friday, January 15, 2010

The Municipal Authority of Westmoreland County wants to send some of its workers to Haiti to help provide drinking water to the earthquake-ravaged nation.

Authority members on Thursday informally gave permission for the agency's management to contact relief agencies that specialize in water repair projects and offer assistance.

"We have highly trained experts in the field of water quality and purification," said authority manager Chris Kerr. "We will tell (relief) organizations we're willing to pitch in."

The International Red Cross has estimated that as many as 50,000 people died in the 7.0 magnitude earthquake that devastated Haiti on Tuesday.

Kerr said the authority will seek volunteers to travel to Haiti for about two weeks with pay and help with efforts to provide drinking water. Those volunteers would work with relief organizations. The authority would not coordinate any efforts on its own.

The authority, which provides water to more than 120,000 residential and commercial customers in five counties, has made preliminary inquiries about efforts to repair the country's water infrastructure.

Before any volunteers are sent to the island, liability issues must be resolved, authority officials said.

"I think it's a great idea. It's something we as an organization should take a look at," said authority member Keith Staso.

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