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.
We would first like to offer our deepest condolences to everyone affected by the earthquake and tsunami. Our thoughts are with the victims, their families and all those who have suffered from this tragic disaster. TEN-NINE Communications Inc. (Minato-ku, Tokyo) is a translation agency. We have decided to offer free translations of information relating to the disaster in an effort to furnish some form of assistance in these difficult times.
Foreign Volunteers Japan is created to gather willing foreigners, who wish to do volunteer work at an appropriate time and when required in the wake of the disaster. This is an open discussion forum for sharing and discussing information regarding volunteer activities, aid delivery, and humanitarian relief issues concerning the post-tsunami recovery of the Tohoku region.
“Dia Arigato: Ticos por Japn is an exhibition of Japanese culture for the benefit of the the people of Japan affected by the March 11 earthquake.The fair will showcase the flavours and colours of Japanese culture, including Japanese food, sale of Japanese cultural items, free of charge concerts and much more.
In a show of love and support for the Japanese community after last Friday’s earthquake and tsunami devastated sections of the country, Junior Reid and his One Blood family have come together to raise funds to be sent to Japan in aid of those affected by the disasters.
Funds will be raised from the proceeds of last and next week’s instalment of his weekly Japanese Thursdays event, held at Club View on Eastwood Park Road.
The Japan disasters occurred on the second staging of Japanese Thursdays and Reid has now opted to partner with Yumi (a Japanese native who frequents the club) to contribute proceeds to the country.
タンザニアのブロガーよりの応援メッセージ。Pride of Tanzania would like to send a message of sympathy to the people of Japan following the massive earthquake which shook the country. Our prayers and thoughts are with everyone who has been affected by the dreadful disaster. We would like to express our heartfelt condolences to the people of Japan and send our message of solidarity and prayers during this difficult times.