We all know what happens and still hapenning in JAPAN(link here: Pray for Japan). Just a small cry for help & reminder to all of us…Please Pray for Japan. If you have anything extra you can share as well…please don’t hesitate to donate.
Unus pro omnibus, omnes pro uno! One for All, All for One!#Haveners Unite!
Below are some of the few Organizations that accept donations:
The Red Cross has already launched efforts in Japan. Visit Redcross.org or text REDCROSS to 90999 to donate $10 from your phone.
UNICEF is also coordinating efforts to help the children of Japan. Use this form on UNICEF’s website to donate 100 percent of your desired amount to their fund designated for victims of the earthquake or text JAPAN to 864233 to donate $10.
International Medical Corps –To donate or learn about other ways you can contribute to its medical response, visit Internationalmedicalcorps.org. Also, text MED to 80888 from any mobile phone to give $10.
The Japan Earthquake and Tsunami Relief Fund was launched at GlobalGiving.org to garner funds that will be given to a variety of relief organizations helping victims of the earthquake. It has already raised over $100,000, particularly from concerned Twitter users around the world.
Salvation Army personnel are organizing efforts in Tokyo and will soon send a team to help the severely damaged city of Sendai, Japan. To contribute to earthquake relief, text ‘JAPAN’ or ‘QUAKE’ to 80888 to make a $10 donation or visit SalvationArmyUSA.org.
Mercy Relief: The organisation has deployed a two-man preliminary disaster response team to Japan to ascertain ground needs and procure relief supplies. The MR team will help distribute supplies with UN agencies. It will also collaborate with local non-governmental organisations to support their relief efforts. With an initial tranche of USD $20,000 provided by SAP Asia Pacific Japan, the team will help address the pressing needs for food, water and quilts.
For cheque donations, please make the cheque payable to Mercy Relief Limited and send it to the Mercy Relief office at Blk 160 Lorong 1 Toa Payoh #01-1568 Singapore 310160. On the back of the cheque, indicate ‘Japan Quake and Tsunami Relief’’.
Cash donations can also be made at the Mercy Relief office. Office hours are Monday-Friday, 9am – 7pm. For ATM transfers/internet banking, Mercy Relief’s DBS Current Account is 054-900493-6. Credit card donations can be made via eNets at http://www.mercyrelief.org
World Vision Singapore: A World Vision assessment team has arrived in the quake zone to assess the needs of the survivors and prepare supplies. The team brought baby supplies, warm clothing, food and daily necessities for distribution. World Vision also plans to establish child-friendly spaces so children affected by the disasters can resume normal childhood activities and experience structure and security.
For cheque donations, please make the cheque payable to World Vision International and mail to the World Vision office at 750B Chai Chee Road, #03-02, Technopark @ Chai Chee, Singapore 469002. On the back of the cheque, indicate ‘Japan disaster’.
Cash donations can also be made at the World Vision office. Office hours are Monday-Friday, 9am – 5pm.
You can donate online at http://www.worldvision.org.sg/japandisaster/
The Japanese Association: Cash donations are accepted at the reception on the first floor between 9am and 9pm daily. The association is located at 120 Adam Road. Tel: 6468 0066.
Hilton HHonors: The hotel chain’s HHonors program is asking members to donate their points and the group will match dollar-for-dollar up to US$250,000. Hilton is working with the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies on this project.
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Please Continue Praying for JAPAN.
PS: Any news from our Japanese Haveners or any haveners living in Japan? (Sophia & maedebson), hope all is well with you girls.