The telethon will be hosted by Clooney in Los Angeles, Jean in New York and Cooper in Haiti. All donations will directly benefit Oxfam America, Partners in Health, Red Cross, UNICEF and Wyclef's Yele Haiti Foundation.
"Hope for Haiti" will feature performances and celebrity appearances to be announced in the coming days, as well as live news reports from CNN. "Hope for Haiti" will also be made available to MTV Networks International and CNN International.
Facebook and MySpace have signed on as official social-media partners to help steer viewers to the telethon and drive donations.
Yele Haiti has already raised $2 million through text-message donations, the organization announced on Friday (January 15). By texting "Yele" to 501501, mobile users can donate $5 to relief efforts. Head here to learn more about what you can do to help with relief efforts.
"This is apocalypse," Jean said about the destruction in his home country. "We spent the day picking up dead bodies, all day that's what we did. There's so much bodies in the streets that the morgues are filled up, the cemeteries are filled up."