Travel + Leisure Southeast Asia readers: Haiti needs you

Admin 15 January 2010 6 comments

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Dear all readers and travelers: The disaster in Haiti is a tragedy still unfolding. Haitians need your support now, and will so in the coming weeks and months even more. What we’re suggesting to you, as regular travelers and sophisticated readers, is that you think about how much money you might spend on travel this year, and sacrifice what you’d pay for one night’s accommodation. Simple as that.

Travel is the biggest industry in the world, and Travel + Leisure is the biggest travel magazine in the world. Show the world that the global community of travelers is prepared to help in times of need. For a reliable source of charitable donation recipients, please follow the link below. If you donate, why not let us know in the blog, and add in your general comments also, and send our T+L link to as many people as you can.

http://www.cnn.com/2010/LIVING/01/13/haiti.earthquake.how.to.help/index.html?hpt=T2

6 Comments For This Post

  1. RJtravels RJtravels Says:

    Done! A terrible tragedy, I hope we can contribute a little bit through this website.

  2. montree_t montree_t Says:

    I hope they recover soon and that the world show we care for one another. My heart goes out to you all…

  3. Monsicha Hoonsuwan Monsicha Hoonsuwan Says:

    I’m glad Travel+Leisure Southeast Asia decides to help Haiti. Hope this disaster-struck place will recover soon.

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