People packed into the banquet center at Idle Creek in Terre Haute to find out how they can help the Haitian people.
Mountain Top Ministries hosts a dinner to help Haiti.
Peanut butter may be a lunchtime staple for you or your child. But it's can be a life-saver for those in Haiti living in the aftermath of the devastating
One Wabash Valley resident recently returned from Haiti; a country still in recovery and desperate need of help.
The U.S. Military ended operations in Haiti, but folks involved with relief efforts said help is still very much needed.
Donations still needed for earthquake victims in Haiti.
A local middle school raises money for Haiti Thursday evening during a girls basketball game.
A Wabash valley family adopts a child from Haiti, almost a year ahead of schedule.
Some folks enjoy a good meal for a good cause as they help firefighters raise money for an upcoming trip to Haiti.
Three Terre Haute Firefighters are headed to Haiti to help with relief efforts.
Local drummer wants to hold benefit concert to raise money for Haiti.
Current situation in Haiti improving, but not back to normal accroding to Red Cross workers. A global telethon, "Hope for Haiti" airs Friday on CBS.
Supplies donated by local ministries will head out those in need.
Lieutenant Colonel Cheryl Lanke is now back home in Terre Haute, lucky to be with her family.
Jamalyn Peigh Williamson was one of the lucky ones, barely surviving the earthquake in Haiti. Others in her group were not so lucky.
A Wabash Valley family hoping to bring one of their members home--a member they've only seen in person twice.