Quigley said he'd match donations made at the fundraiser and would contribute at least $10,000.
"The need is going to be pressing for a very long time. We're talking about an overall need of rebuilding Haiti in the neighborhood of $3 billion. But the short-term need-- and we're helping the Red Cross today-- is to help people who have lost their homes, who have nothing to eat or drink, and sanitary conditions that need to be improved dramatically. So, this is a short-term effort to try to help folks who are in desperate straits," Quigley said.
Kelly High School teacher Suzanne Conley came with her class, which raised $500 for Haiti by making and selling bracelets.