Second Harvest Japan

After watching hours and hours of news footage of people living in shelters, school gymnasiums and community centers, it seems clear that what they need most is food. Not only food of course, but toilet paper, sanitary goods, heating pads (kairo), baby diapers, formula etc.

If you are in Japan and would like to do something to help the victims of the tsunami and earthquakes (other than sending money), check out this link... Second Harvest.

Second Harvest is an organisation like to a food bank, and has done some amazing things, collecting food and distributing it to disaster victims, orphans, womens shelters and many other groups of people.

Great work guys!


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