Donate to the earthquake and tsunami relief effort in Japan (updated)
Monday, March 14, 2011
| by Rob Galbraith
If you'd like to contribute financially to the relief efforts in Japan you have both direct and indirect donation methods to choose from. Here are pointers to some of your many options.
Donate to the Japanese Red Cross Society
using Google Checkout
Donate to the American Red Cross through Apple iTunes
(link appears to work only it iTunes is configured to open to the U.S. iTunes store)
Donate to the Red Cross/Red Crescent directly (
(see country list at end of linked-to page))
Donate to one of several relief organizations
Donate to Medecins Sans Frontieres/Doctors Without Borders
(contributions accepted through national branches)
Donate to International Medical Corps
Donate to Save the Children
Donate to World Vision Canada
Purchase a license for iOS app ShutterSnitch
(through March 20, 2011, all profits go to the Japanese Red Cross Society)
Purchase a license for any iOS app from Motion Portrait
Update, March 18, 2011:
If you're considering a donation, you'll want to read
an article in
The Globe and Mail
that discusses Japan disaster relief funding and the overall disaster preparedness situation in that country.
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