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This page was last updated on: April 29, 2011
Hello Members and Guests,

     I was able to track down a listing of places to donate to help those suffering from the Japan earthquake and tsunami, as well as a program Google put out to look up family in Japan to see if there is any information about their current condition for those who live or have family in Japan.

Online
The American Red Cross is collecting donations for its disaster relief efforts to help people in Japan and throughout the Pacific.

Apple has posted a donation page on iTunes where you can use your iTunes account to make a secure donation to the American Red Cross and its Japanese relief fund.

Save the Children is collecting donations and has dispatched an international emergency team to assist staff in Japan.

International Medical Corps' Emergency Response Fund is collecting donations and is preparing to send relief teams and supplies to the country.

The Salvation Army is collecting donations while its counterpart in Japan responds to victims' needs.

Donations to Global Giving's Japan Earthquake and Tsunami Relief Fund will be distributed to a variety of relief and emergency services agencies.

From Your Phone
The American Red Cross is also collecting donations via text message. Donors can text "REDCROSS" to 90999 to give $10 for relief efforts.

The Salvation Army is collecting $10 donations for each text with the words "Quake" or "Japan" sent to 80888. Donations can also be made by calling 1-800-SAL-ARMY.

By Mail
Check donations for The Salvation Army's Japan efforts must be marked "Japan earthquake relief" and sent to:

The Salvation Army
P.O. Box 1959
Atlanta, GA
30301-0959

In Japan
Google launched a crowd-sourcing database for those searching for people in Japan and for those with information about people in Japan by going to:
http://japan.person-finder.appspot.com/

     Our hearts go out to the people and the families of those effected by the disaster in Japan.