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Haiti Disaster Touches One of Our Own

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If you have been reading this little blog for very long, you have seen us write about Eddy Salomon, our comrade in arms over at Work at Home No Scams. Eddy has been fighting the good fight by exposing scammers and posting scam-free work-at-home job leads for longer than we have. He does excellent work. For example, his Work at Home Guide is indispensable if you want genuine jobs.

Well, it turns out Eddy is Haitian-American and has a lot of family members in Haiti. I’ll let him speak for himself:

I share this with you because you may think the situation in Haiti is far removed from you. But now you know it’s not. The person that has helped you avoid scams and find various legitimate ways of working at home for the past several years is Haitian. The stranger that has taken time to answer your comments and share encouragement with you is Haitian. The person that has brought a smile to your face or caused you to laugh out loud is Haitian.

So if you feel that any of these things are worth anything, I’m asking that you do me a favor. Please try to help some people that you may not know but need your help desperaterly. I know times our rough here in the states but if you can find it in your hearts to make any type of donations to organizations that are assisting in the Haiti Earthquake Relief, your buddy here would really appreciate it.

I get softer as I get older. Haiti is far removed from me geographically and usually far from my thoughts. But knowing that this disaster touches someone I have learned from and trust brings it a little closer. I hope you’ll join me in donating today to any of the organizations listed in Eddy’s post.

Then say a prayer for Eddy and his “extended brethren.”

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  1. Cathy Quigley says:

    Disaster knows no boundaries, in discriminant, and has no preferences. Obviously some know, when going into battle the color of ones skin reflects only their heritage. We’re all in it together. I have and will continue to give to the Red Cross. For those who can’t, you can give blood. In the Twin cities we organize bake sales can give that money to the Red Cross. There are all kinds of ways to make use of your time! Rock on Eddy!

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  2. Thanks a ton for this. I even went to Eddy Salomon and commented, even though I am not an active visitor to his website, I felt as if I should leave him a comment in hope for Haiti.

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  3. You summed it up well brother.

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  4. Joe,

    You’re far to kind!
    We’re brother in arms but you’ve gone beyond the call of duty with this post.
    Thanks so much for spreading the word and bringing the point home. At the end of the day we’re all human beings so when any major tragedy happens, it’s a bad look.

    I appreciate this post and your call to action. Thanks again Man. Your efforts and prayers are very much appreciated!

    Eddy

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    1. Not at all, Eddy. We all just need to do what we can, even though it feels frustratingly small.

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