People across the world are joining together to help Haiti after Hurricane Matthew hit the island and killed more than 800 people, sending over 61,500 to shelters.
According to reports, the Hurricane has damaged up to 80% of homes on the southern part of the island which is still trying to bounce back from the damage from the earthquake that devastated the country back in 2010.
We at WatchTheYard.com believe that Black greeks should stand together to help our brothers and sisters in Haiti and we wanted to create an open forum for greeks to come together and exchange the best ways and practices for organizations, chapters, and individuals to lend help to the victims of this destruction.
Please comment below and leave advice, links, and ideas on how we can help
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