Earlier President Obama called the damage left behind by the devastating earthquake in Haiti "incomprehensible." As many as three million people have been affected, according to the Red Cross. Haitian-American author Edwidge Danticat told CNN's Anderson Cooper the earthquake was "one of the darkest nights in our history." "I think the whole country is going to need rebuilding and the people who are the poorest of the poor and the least able to withstand something like this, are suffering. We absolutely need help. We desperately, desperately need help," she added. Together let us take Danticat's words as a call to action to help our brother's and sisters. Celebrity couple Will and Jada Pinkett-Smith, along with other stars are auctioning off artwork to fight hunger in Haiti. Here are ways that you can help rebuild Haiti. And remember that every little prayer and penny counts. Read more about Wyclef's call to action. Read Joy Bryant's blog about helping Haiti. Read the latest updates on the earthquake in Haiti, here and here.