Students Can Donate on Their Duke Card
As the devastation of the recent earthquake in Haiti becomes even more apparent, the entire Duke community is joining together in concern and support. Members of Duke’s Haitian Student Alliance, DSG, Campus Council, the Duke Partnership for Service, DUU, and GPSC met to discuss how Duke students can best serve the victims of this disaster. Our goal is to maximize all Duke student organizations’ energies and generous giving in a focused and coordinated manner. In order to do so, we have worked with several university departments to develop a student disaster relief website, as well as a designated location to process student charitable giving.Should you wish to make an online contribution to benefit the victims of the earthquake in Haiti, please visit http://dukecard.duke.edu/studentdisasterrelief/. Please note: Food point contributions will be accepted until Friday, January 22 at 11:59pm. Total Food point contributions are limited to $150/student. Flex and Food point contributions are not eligible for IRS tax deduction.
If you prefer, you may also stop by The Hub, located on the upper level of the Bryan Center, weekdays from 10am – 5pm. The Hub will accept
contributions in the form of cash, Flex, or personal check made payable to Duke University (please indicate “Haitian Earthquake Relief” in the memo section).
Student organizations interested in fundraising for Haitian disaster relief should review http://osaf.studentaffairs.duke.edu/programs/emergency_relief for details regarding the fundraising process.
For more information on ways you can help, visit or http://www.duke.edu/haiti/ or http://tinyurl.com/y97298z.