part of this is sharing the ways to help,
3) Serve as a tool to connect people who want to help with their specialized resources with those who can best bring them to those in need.
4) Continue share what is misinformation or a scam or has changed.
5) Support each other as we support those in Haiti.
6) Continue to remember those in other places whose natural disaster is out of the news, but who have not yet recovered and are hanging on the edge of existence while they try to rebuild, etc.
I would also like to share one site I think is doing a good example of compiling and clearly providing information about how to help in Haiti.
This site "BagTheWeb" at http:\bagtheweb.com/b/9UiJNI2Sup7d
1) This site has a clean (easy to see, run down) list of organizations, (with the logo, hotlinks to the websites) along with the organization's updated post/comment about Haiti.
When I posted this answer, there were 23 organizations listed international to local.
2) The site includes what they call "Linked bags" of information. They define their site as "s the first social bagging tool to organize online information more easily than before."
The "linked bags" of information are collections of web pages that they have grouped together by similar content, purpose or topic. Like the structure of the organization website list, these linked bags have a description, a picture and also subtitle that tells you the number of websites included within that bag.
This structure appears to be readily scalable, is definitely searchable and very clean. I think there is power in it's layout.