Support Emergency Relief Efforts for our Haitian brothers and sisters of the recent deadly earthquake in Haiti.

Days after a 7.2 extent seismic tremor struck Haiti, the loss of life continue to ascend as do the quantities of the harmed and uprooted.

Annihilated structures, obstructed streets, the pandemic, and presently a hurricane, are making it harder for relief organizations to survey the harm and provide necessary assistance to Haitians who have lost their homes, families, and more.

Margarett Lubin, Haiti's country representative from the aid association CORE, says that responders are handling numerous emergencies at the same time to deliver crisis alleviation and spoke about the important opportunity that the world can play in Haiti's circumstances.

"I think the need really in Haiti is the funding," Lubin said. "We need the funding on the ground. It's essential so that we can respond to the need, in the midst of all the emergencies that we just described, so that we can really make an impact on the ground and get people out of suffering."

Funds raised by the Black Leaders Collective through the end of August will be donated to Love For Haiti Disaster Relief Efforts. Proceeds will benefit local disaster relief organization, Hope for Haiti and be used for food, medical supplies, and cement to help rebuild.

Qi Dada (½ of Riders Against the Storm), Hon. Rudy Metayer (Councilmember, Pflugerville, Place 4), and Farah Muscadin (Director, Office of Police Oversight), and the Black Leaders Collective are leading the efforts to support the Haitian disaster victims.

Support Emergency Relief Efforts for our Haitian brothers and sisters of the recent deadly earthquake in Haiti.