大きい声で愛を伝える〜私たちが最初に考えついたことは、音楽で、力強く愛の声を伝えること。日本の人を癒すために。そして日本人以外の人には日本の人が、頑張っていることを伝えたい。”災害に対して、私たちの力はとても小さいですが、こういう時だからこそ愛の偉大さを感じるのです。”メロディーで、声で、伝えよう！愛的聲音 愛的力量 ~ 來自台灣送給日本的應援歌曲 用力說愛 這是我們第一時間想到的事，用音樂用力說出愛的聲音，希望能給日本人安慰，希望能讓日本以外的人聽到她們的需要。「面對天災，我們都是渺小的，但也因此感受到愛的偉大」，用音符、聲音傳達出去吧！公視晚間新聞 報導
From a small Sarasota office park, half a world away from the devastation in Japan, ShelterBox USA is beginning to provide relief.
“It really means hope to a disaster victim,” said Alan Monroe, Volunteer Program Manager for ShelterBox USA.
That hope comes in the form of a 55-gallon green box.
“Basically, what we put in a ShelterBox is everything a family needs to get back on their feet again after a disaster,” said Monroe.
And that starts with the shelter itself, the tent.
“This disaster relief tent is really designed for an extended family of up to ten people.
It’s the most technically advanced aid tent in the world. And really what it’s designed to do is to provide that shelter, and that sense of home for families that lost everything,” explained Monroe.
被災地応援と募金のために行われた葉加瀬太郎氏のロンドンコンサートの報告とメッセージ Taro Hakase was one of many people who organised charity events in support of Japan tsunami disaster. The concert in the video took place in London 17.03.2011. The message is to raise awareness of the importance of willingness to support those in need, no matter how small or seemingly insignificant the act maybe. I hope to contribute in a small way through means that are available to me. If you can spread the message of support to those who need it the most, by linking the video to other sites, downloading it and showing it anywhere available to you, that would be amazing! Anyhow, thanks for watching, please do spread the positive message of the act of giving, either in materials, time, hugs or just a few kind words…
オバマ大統領の日本応援とお悔やみの演説 President Obama visits the Japanese Embassy where he signs a book of condolence for those affected by the earthquake and tsunami and offers the support and assistance of the United States as Japan rebuilds. March 17, 2011.
The Help Japan poster has been restocked and is available now in the new storefront.
All proceeds from sales of this poster will be donated to disaster relief efforts in Japan by way of the Canadian Red Cross
Japan was devastated by an 8.9 earthquake and tsunami today, causing widespread damage. They need our help. Donate to the charitable organization of your choice to do your part with relief efforts: