Pacific Domes and World Shelters Collaborate in Funding Shelters and Field Hospitals in Haiti. Pacific Domes will match all donations for Haiti relief.

• Haitian people urgently need medical centers and shelters
• 250,000 Injured, 1,000,000 homeless
• Hurricane season is coming soon!

Donate your used dome or purchase a new dome for a Haitian medical center or homeless family. As a thank you for your contribution, we will give you the same low price on a new dome for yourself.

As part of our relief efforts, we are making a one-time offer of our portable, sturdy structures at up to 50% off list prices to send as many shelters to Haiti as possible. We can’t do this by ourselves! We need help from many partners to make a difference for the traumatized citizens of Haiti.

Our non-profit partners provide receipts so your donation is fully tax deductible for the original purchase price. Recent legislation allows you to take these donations for Haiti as deductions on your 2009 tax return!

Contact Christi to make arrangements for your donation, or call (888) 488-8127.

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