Sunday, March 13, 2011

Japan, I love you

Does anyone ever question relief funds?
How do i know if my money will actually be spent for the cause?



http://news.yahoo.com/s/yblog_theenvoy/20110311/ts_yblog_theenvoy/watch-raw-footage-of-the-japan-earthquake-and-tsunami

22 comments:

  1. I don't usually question it but during the Queensland floods people were asked not to donate clothing/supplies and only to send money which I thought was pretty fishy.

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  2. THat is crazy sucks to be the guys having to repair it all

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  3. This is so unfortunate. TEXT JAPAN TO 80888 to donate $10 to the relief effort.

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  4. I always donate regarless... I know it has to go somewhere good!
    +follow

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  5. Just donate to the Red Cross. You know your money will be put to good use. That vid was pretty crazy. I've never seen the ground move and swell like that.

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  6. Donate (&also pray, if you belive) to help them. They really need the help right now :(

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  7. That video is insane. Unfortunately, I don't know about donating money. Though, the Red Cross does good stuff, I've always heard that so much of the money goes into overhead costs that it could better.

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  8. Yeah, you usually want to make sure you're donating to a reputable fund. Goes for any donation. Followed! alphabetalife.blogspot.com

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  9. Man this shit is scary and insane!

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  10. shut that dog up im trying to film over here
    The Nostalgia Corner.

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  11. Donate only to reputable sources like the Red Cross. It's disgusting how people can take advantage of a tragedy just to scam people out of money.

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  12. I can't imagine if that happened to me where i was

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  13. This is crazy, thanks for posting!

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  14. What happened in Japan is a travesty that I hope no one takes lightly.

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