Brazil to donate $500,000 to Japan Red Cross
Rio de Janeiro: Brazil has revealed that country would donate around $500,000 to help in relief measures in Japan that has been hit by a devastating earthquake and tsunami.
The money will be offered to the Japanese Red Cross as to help in humanitarian operations, which include offering supplies such as water, food, clothes and medicines to the people affected by the crisis, as per the report.
The horrifying news of the earthquake, tsunami and nuclear leak that hit Japan late last week is vivid in the minds of Lawyers to the Rescue and our Miami lawyers. If you would like to donate your time or money, the Japanese Red Cross Society is in dire need of your help and resources.
Please join Lawyers to the Rescue on March 30, 2011 at 5:30 PM-6:30 PM for a silent auction and fund raiser at: Sakura Japanese Restaurant 440 S Dixie Hwy Coral Gables, FL 33146.
All proceeds go to the Japanese Red Cross Society.
A call has gone out for comfort quilts for Japan, where so many people are having a hard time coping with recent disasters. If you have a quilt to donate, or are willing to make one or more quickly, you can find out more about it at Taniwa: Patchwork Quilt Tsushin. You will also want to see the magazine’s website in English.