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Hurricane Sandy brought massive rains, flooding and rock slides to Haiti, washing away homes and taking out crops and agricultural lands. CWS and local partners are helping families replant and recover. Photo: Aaron Tate/CWS

Haiti farmers relying on CWS
With 60-70 percent of Haiti’s agricultural lands affected by Hurricane Sandy, CWS is working with local partners to assist farmers in replanting. See how your support can help.

Move over Black Friday ... it’s Giving Tuesday!
Today, CWS joins charities, families, businesses and people who want to transform the way people think about giving. Find a way for your family or group to join in acts of giving that make a real difference.

Sandy emergency response continues, long-term recovery begins
Though power has been restored to millions of homes since Hurricane Sandy hit, some 33,000 are still waiting. And thousands of people in New York and New Jersey alone are in need of transitional housing. See how CWS is helping now and in the future.


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