Rachelle Lefevre donates blood for Haiti relief and other 'Twilight' stars speak up about Haiti Earthquake Relief.

Rachelle Lefevre who played "Victoria" in Twilight and The Twilight Saga: New Moon donate blood to the Red Cross for relief and aide for the victims of the Haiti earthquake which she's been encouraging followers too.

She issued this photograph of herself after she completed her own donation and followed up with more information about the details of blood donation through the organization.

Of course, all the information necessary is also available here for those that wish to follow suit.

Lefevre isn't the only Twilight star who's spoken out about Haiti relief. Check out what the rest of the Twilight cast has had to say!

* Alex Meraz: My prayers go to the lives lost in haiti and for those clinging for help I'm researching websites so i can donate...

* Ashley Greene: Text "Haiti" to 90999 to send $10 to the Red Cross for their relief fund. Please do whatever you can in this time of crisis.

* Boo Boo Stewart: Say prayers for everyone in Haiti, special one goes out to Jerome, a fans missing uncle.....

* Charlie Bewley: YOUTUBEVideo from Haiti earthquake floods YouTube, including citizen reports, and how you can help: http://bit.ly/7nVTFF

* Chaske Spencer: you can help HAITI in the wake of the horrible earthquake..go to www.yele.org or contribute $5.00 by texting "yele" to 501501

* Daniel Cudmore: Just sent a donation to the relief efforts in Haiti via txt, I urge everyone who can to donate!

* Gil Birmingham: Donations 2 help Haiti earthquake victims can be made through the Red Cross: http://bit.ly/4u9pk

* Justin Chon: and If you can spare it..text "HAITI" to 90999 and a donation of $10 to American Red Cross will automatically be added to your phone bill

* Peter Facinelli: You can help at any level. Text Yele to 501501 to contribute $5 2 the relief efforts for Haiti. $5 will b added 2 ur phone bill 4 payment.

* Tinsel Korey: Thx guys for the 90999 red cross txting donation. Also going to look into doctorswithoutborders.org


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