Google pledges $1 Million to Haiti Relief Efforts, Yahoo! donated $55,000, Bing and Ask add donation info

Google created a Google Crisis Response page, pledging: “Google will also donate $1 million to help organizations provide relief.” Also, to help those families, we're offering free calling to Haiti through Google Voice for the next two weeks. And also, provided an easy secure way to donate to UNICEF and CARE via Google checkout, as […]

Google created a Google Crisis Response page, pledging: “Google will also donate $1 million to help organizations provide relief.” Also, to help those families, we're offering free calling to Haiti through Google Voice for the next two weeks. And also, provided an easy secure way to donate to UNICEF and CARE via Google checkout, as well as providing updated imagery from Google Earth and additional information.

To support relief efforts in Haiti, Yahoo! Employee Foundation approved an initial $25,000 emergency grant to UNICEF, and the US Yahoo!s donated more than $55,000 to the cause in last 24 hrs. And via homepages of Yahoo.com, Yahoo! UK, Yahoo! Italy, Yahoo! Canada, and Yahoo! Mobile are connecting people to latest news. Yahoo! News is providing ‘How to Help’ links in related stories and created a Topic page about the earthquake.

On Bing.com homepage, they've linked to a growing list of charitable organizations by MSNBC - Haiti Earthquake: How to Help.

Ask.com has also created a set of search results from its homepage featured question: How can I help Haiti?