Help Japan

Most of you might already have taken notice of the apocalyptic situation Japan's and his massive devastation caused by the earthquake and the tsunami. Prime Minister Naoto Kan called the disaster the country's worst crisis since World War II. Have a look at those 'before-after' aerial pictures by hovering over each satellite photo to view the devastation. However, one feeling we've all sharing at the moment is a terrible sense of uselessness. 
So - What you can do to help Japan?

The Red Cross
Visit or if you are in the US simply text REDCROSS to 90999 to donate $10 from your phone. 

International Medical Corps 
Visit or if you are in the US text MED to 80888 from any mobile phone to give $10.

Text JAPAN or TSUNAMI to 20222 to make a $10 donation from your phone.

Donate 20€ and receive one of 1000 posters designed by Raban Ruddigkeit (plus 6,60 Eur post and package inside Germany, 11,10 Eur inside Europe - international rates may vary).
The full proceeds will go to Aktion Deutschland Hilft, Germany's Relief Coalition.
Any donations higher than 20 Euros are of course also welcome.

Format: DIN A1 (594 x 800 mm)
Offset Print, Edition: 1.000


We Pray For Japan Wristband
Lady Gaga designed a "We Pray For Japan" prayer bracelet, buy yours now in the web store and choose your price - minimum 5$ - ALL proceeds go to Japan tsunami relief!

BESIDES donating money i found this lovely webside 'Hope Letters'
  1. Write a message of hope (even a short note) to students or emergency workers using Hope Letters.
  2. Know Japanese?  Help Hope Letters translate English messages into Japanese.
  3. Know someone who knows Japanese?  Ask him/her to check out Hope Letters.
  4. Help Hope Letters connect with Japanese community organizations, local media or anyone who can help distribute messages.
  5. Share this website with your family and friends. Add Hope Letters Facebook page to your Facebook, share and see Hope Letters status updates.

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