I have always been a fan of Samaritan's Purse and of its founder, Franklin Graham. Franklin is Billy Graham's son. He was the wayward sheep of the family for quite a few years and then came back to the Lord and began his own ministry.
In the early 90's, I attended a crusade event at the Lane County Fairgrounds where Franklin Graham was the guest speaker. I went forward that evening and recommitted myself to Jesus, and it took. I was already the church secretary for University Street Christian Church, so I think they were kind of glad that I became a recommitted Christian. I am not holier than thou, and I make mistakes, but I know that I am a child of God and that I have been forgiven. That gives me hope, and love for others. Okay, I'll stop about that now, because I do want you to finish reading this post. Except to say that after that, our church began participating in Operation Shoebox, where we sent around 100 shoe boxes at Christmastime to Samaritan's Purse and they distributed them to kids in impoverished countries.
Samaritan's Purse is one of the groups that is really getting things done in Haiti. They are providing clean water, food, medical supplies, etc. They do this all the time, in different countries, so they know what they are doing and they get a LOT done. Here are the addresses to their main website and to their Facebook page on their work in Haiti. I get updates throughout the day on their accomplishments and prayer requests.
Samaritan's Purse rocks!