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ChildFund Partners With Christian Blind Mission in Haiti
Date:1/20/2010

Helping vulnerable children in aftermath of earthquake

RICHMOND, Va., Jan. 20 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Given the chaos on the ground in Haiti, it is critical that organizations collaborate to meet the needs of vulnerable children.

Because ChildFund does not operate in Haiti, we are partnering with Christian Blind Mission, which has operated in Haiti for 30 years. This supports an established on-the-ground organization with staff and resources already in place to immediately begin addressing the needs of vulnerable children.

Funds provided to CBM through ChildFund will be earmarked specifically for children.

"ChildFund will use its vast experience on how best to meet the needs of children in crisis to ensure funds are used for child focused efforts with great impact," said Anne Lynam Goddard, president and CEO. "Having worked in emergencies, I know how critical it is to coordinate assistance to provide the greatest impact.    We are not operating in Haiti but we are using our experience to partner with those on the ground to meet the needs of children."

CBM is the world's largest international nonprofit dedicated to improving the quality of life for the blind and people with disabilities. Funds raised by ChildFund will be used by CBM specifically to meet the needs of the most vulnerable – children with disabilities. CBM estimates that the number of injured children demanding hospital services because of the Haiti earthquake has increased 10-fold.

Three of CBM's projects in Port-au-Prince are dedicated to children. One, Grace Children's Hospital, sus
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