WASHINGTON - Islamic Relief USA, Americas largest Muslim relief organisation, announced Friday that it would fly a $1 million shipment of aid to those impacted by the earthquake in Haiti. The relief aid will be sent in coordination with The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, according to news release. In October 2009, Islamic Relief USA responded to two Pacific Rim earthquakes by coordinating a massive aid shipment to Samoa and deploying emergency teams in Indonesia, it said. Islamic Relief partners worldwide also responded to other major disasters such as the 2004 tsunami in Southeast Asia and the Pakistan earthquake in 2005. More than $100 million in relief aid was collected to assist the victims in those disaster areas. Islamic Relief also responded to Hurricane Katrina, delivering aid to more than 60,000 people in Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas.