While many pilots are helping with the disaster relief efforts in Haiti by donating funds, some have connected with organizations and started using their aircraft to help deliver supplies, according to a story at AOPA.org.
The story notes that GA pilots are still asked to not fly into Port-au-Prince to avoid interfering with relief efforts there, but some outlying airports in Haiti are open and pilots are delivering supplies to them from the Bahamas and Dominican Republic.
The story quotes AOPA President Craig Fuller:
“As always, the GA community is demonstrating its tremendous compassion for those in need and taking immediate action to help. Working through a variety of humanitarian groups here in the United States and in Haiti, pilots are making a real difference.”