yes, other countries are donating money and goods.
France, which has historic links with Haiti and some 1,400 nationals living there, is sending two planes with rescuers and humanitarian aid, one from the Caribbean island of Martinique and a second one with aid experts from Marseille. It also plans to evacuate about 60 injured people.
French civil safety authorities said a total of 130 rescuers, doctors and nurses as well as trained rescue dogs were due to arrive in Haiti, with 12 tonnes of aid and rescue material.
Peter Stevenson is Operations Commander for the UK's International Search and Rescue Team
The UK government said it was "deeply concerned" by the earthquake and has a team flying out to Haiti. A 71-strong team of British firefighters is due in Haiti to help rescue efforts.
Spain has pledged $4.3m (3m euros) and says it has 150 tonnes of humanitarian aid ready for delivery. The country has offered the EU the use of its humanitarian base in Panama to ferry in help.
Germany has released $2.18n (1.5m euros) in aid and has sent an immediate response team.
The Netherlands has donated $2.9m (2m euros) and Belgium, Sweden and Luxembourg are offering water purification equipment, tents, medical help and search-and-rescue experts.
Italy has prepared a military transport plane which will be used to take in a field hospital and emergency medical team.
The European Union says it has activated all "crisis and aid management mechanisms" and the European Commission has released $4.3m (3m euros) in emergency assistance, the maximum for an emergency procedure.
The President of the EU, Herman van Rompuy, said "the EU stands ready to offer its assistance in any possible way".
Israel is sending an army rescue unit, including engineers, doctors and other medical staff.
China is to donate $1m, according to Xinhua News Agency.
Venezuela said it was sending a military plane with food, medicine and drinking water, as well as a team of 50 rescue workers.
Cuba, which also felt the quake, has sent 30 doctors.
Cuban field hospitals in Port-au-Prince were already treating hundreds of injured, according to Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez.
Canada has said it is sending a 20-person reconnaissance team to assess aid needs.
Mexico, which has long experience of dealing with devastating earthquakes, is sending a team of doctors and search and rescue workers and infrastructure damage experts.
i know my company matches donations, since we're international the other operating companies generally do something similiar.