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Devastation in Japan – We can do something.

Last night I watched 60 Minutes (previously recorded and original air date 3/20).  If any of you watched this on Sunday you know exactly where I am going with this post. How incredibly devastated the entire country  is and I am so deeply saddened by the horrible suffering that has and still is taking place.  The picture your looking at is an elementary school hit first by the earthquake then completley flooded by the Tsunami, during school hours. 

 This isn’t the kind of blog where I go on and on about my feelings and gratitude (though those blogs are great), but after watching last night, I was literally shook to my core. I felt I needed to do something more. If you haven’t already please consider donating. There are so many ways and even $1 helps! There have been so many informative news reports, but encourage you to watch this episode if you haven’t. Being informed may help you open your heart.

  1. Swagbucks – Donate your Swagbucks until Friday April 8, 20011. PLus get 50 bonus points for new sign ups with code HelpJapan (thru 4/8).
  2. Gap – Buy a Limited Edition T-Shirtfor $24.98 (must see!). Profit will got to GlobalGivings Japan Earthquake and Tsunami Relief Fund
  3. Samartitans Purse – Donate
  4. Red Cross – Donate, or Text these codes to donate $10 (will be applied to your phone bill)
  5. Global Giving – Donate
  6. See More ways to give HERE


Comments

  1. My husband and I ordered the GAP shirts today….we love that we can wear them to remind us that we helped out 🙂