I’ve been watching the devastation that’s befallen Japan and feel absolutely overwhelmed. What can I do to help, and will my donation even make a dent? And then I was reminded that every single dollar helps and if as many of us help as possible, our dollars will multiply. And if you’re struggling financially right now there’s one thing that costs nothing but is priceless – prayer. (Image: Hope for Japan)
Here are some ways, in addition to prayer, you can help.
Visit The American Red Cross website to mail, email or donate $10 via text…
And from The Christian Science Monitor:
InterAction: InterAction, an alliance of US-based humanitarian aid organizations, offers an extensive list of major nonprofit groups participating in helping Japan, including a brief description of each. More organizations are being listed as they gear up their responses.
UniversalGiving: UniversalGiving, a website that helps people give to and volunteer at top-performing charitable organizations that it has vetted, has created its own Japan Earthquake & Tsunami Relief Fund.
Network for Good: At Network for Good donors can choose a particular charity working in Japan or spread their donation across all of them.
Japan NGO Earthquake Relief and Recovery Fund: The Japan Center for International Exchange, in partnership with leading Japanese relief organizations, has organized a ‘GiveOne’ fund to ensure money gets to organizations working on the ground over the long-term.
For more ways to help, visit The Christian Science Monitor’s website.