Skip to content

【HELP JAPAN!】

This page has an extensive list of ways to make donations to the earthquake and tsunami disaster relief efforts in Japan. I have made sure only to add charities and programs that have been vetted and recommended by reputable new agencies. I beg you to give generously. Put your compassion and concern into tangible action for the devastated people of Japan.

ありがとうございます!Thank you!

Paper Cranes For Japan

Socks For Japan

Medical Teams International

International Rescue Committee

Search Dog Foundation

JEMA

United Airlines Donations

Hilton Honors Worldwide

Civic Force (Partly in Japanese, Google Translate solves this problem.)

Corter Leather Japan Bracelet

Japan Charity T-Shirts (Partly in Japanese, Google Translate solves this problem.)

International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies

Japan Center

American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee

Church World Service

Habitat For Humanity

Giving Children Hope

CRWRC

Tzu Chi Foundation

Catholic Relief Services

AMURT

NYC Mayor’s Fund

ADRA

Global Giving International

UNICEF

Peace Winds America

Network for Good

CARE

Doctors Without Borders

IFAW

Australian Red Cross

The Japan Society

AmeriCares

Architecture for Humanity

Convoy of Hope

Direct Relief International

Food for the Hungry

International Rescue Committee

Save the Children (UK)

World Vision International

Mercy Corps

Operation USA

Oxfam International

Samaritan’s Purse

ShelterBox

The American Humane Society

CNN Tsunami Aid and Relief: How to Help

Japan earthquake and tsunami: How to help

iTunes Donation Information (bottom of the page)

Global Giving UK

Quake and Tsunami Relief From the Associated Press

International Medical Corps

5 Ways You Can Help Japan’s Tsunami Victims Right Now, From Your Couch

Information on Text Message Donations
I have read that online monetary donations vis credit card or paypal are actually the fastest and most effective ways to donate. Text donations have become very handy and popular and while they are certainly a very good option, it can sometimes take up to 90 days for the money to be turned around (since a lot of this has to do with phone billing cycles). However, I understand some people are still a bit leery of putting credit card information online so I will share these other options for some of the aforementioned charities.

♥ Save the Children is accepting donations via mobile phones; text JAPAN to 20222 to donate $10.

♥ Global Giving encourages Americans to donate by texting JAPAN to 50555 to give $10.

♥ Text REDCROSS to 90999 (USA) or 30333 (Canada) to donate $10 to Japan.

♥ World Vision is accepting text donations. Text “4JAPAN” to 20222 to send a $10 donation to the group.

♥ Those interested in contributing $10 to The Salvation Army can text “JAPAN” or “QUAKE” to 80888.

♥ To contribute to International Medical Corps’ efforts, text “MED” to 80888 to send the group a $10 donation.

♥ Mercy Corps is receiving mobile phone contributions. Text “MERCY” to 25383 to donate $10.

♥ Text “TSUNAMI” to 50555 to make a $10 donation to Convoy of Hope

I will continue to update this page as often as I am able with new links. Please check back often and feel free to link this page anywhere you would like. Help spread the word!

7 Comments leave one →
  1. March 17, 2011 9:47 am

    Fantastic list!

    Just an FYI: Two of your links have extra code — a repeated “http://” at the beginning — that makes them dysfunctional. Those are the “World Vision” link and the “Quake and Tsunami Relief From the Associated Press” link.

    Also, two links seem to be broken: the CNN Tsunami Aid blog post, and the iTunes Donation info page. Worth checking out.

    Thanks again for compiling and maintaining this list! I’ve been linking to your lists from my sidebar, but I’ve now updated to link to lead my readers to this page.

    Good luck with the YouTube project! Keep us posted.

    And

Trackbacks

  1. Japan, One Week Later ♥ « Jenn in Japan
  2. 365 Days of Japan « Jenn in Japan
  3. 大丈夫です。I’m fine. « Jenn in Japan

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: