Let’s Send Our Love To Japan

Japan was hit with an terrifying 8.9-magnitude eathquake today, followed by a devastating tsunami. As the death toll rises and more people are reported missing, we need to do everything we can to help.

Send your thoughts, love and prayers to everyone affected by this tragedy. If possible, donate to one of many incredible charities doing all they can to provide relief.

Here are a few options.

Red Cross Canada

Rogers and Fido customers can text their donations. More info here.


Telus customers can text their support now too.

Lady Gaga has designed a Prayer Bracelet, with all proceeds going to charity. Buy one at her online store.

UPDATED (12 March)

Join this livejournal community for more ways to help.

Also on livejournal, purchase a virtual gift for $2.99, with proceeds going to charity.

Link me to more charities and relief organizations, please, and I will post them here as well.

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2 Responses to Let’s Send Our Love To Japan

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  2. Jen Mayville says:


    My name is Jen and I work for the Canadian Red Cross. Thank you for helping to spread the word about how people can donate to our Japan earthquake appeal. We really appreciate it.

    We would love to continue to connect with you. You can find us on Twitter (@redcrosscanada), Facebook (facebook.com/canadianredcross), and our blog is redcrosstalks.wordpress.com.

    Thank you for your support!

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