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Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Japan and how we can HELP-The earthquake and tsunami that shook Japan, coupled with the nuclear episodes that followed, make for what prime minister Naoto Kan is calling the country’s worst crisis since World War II. Helping the less fortunate and giving to Charity is always on trend each and every season.

The earthquake and tsunami that shook Japan, coupled with the nuclear episodes that followed, make for what prime minister Naoto Kan is calling the country’s worst crisis since World War II. A country with so much light, so much spirit ans so much to offer is on the other side of the spectrum this time around.

There are many ways  to help, you can start with  giving away those pieces in your wardrobe that you don't want anymore for women and children that have lost so much in this devastating natural disaster.

There are many ways to help. The Red Cross is collecting funds for victims and for relief, which can be made by texting REDCROSS to 90999 from a mobile phone. (Each text is a $10 donation.) GlobalGiving.org has created a Japan Earthquake and Tsunami Relief Fund, disbursing donations to organizations like Save the Children and International Medical Corps to provide support on the ground. To date, it has raised more than $300,000. Lady Gaga has also been quick to lend support. The singer tweeted about the Japanese prayer bracelet she’s designed and is selling to aid relief efforts. Proceeds from the $5 bracelet (stamped “We Pray for Japan”) will be donated.