Japan Earthquake Animal Rescue and Support (JEARS) is a collaboration of three established and registered no kill animal rescue NPOs in Japan. The intention behind the creation of JEARS is to coordinate rescue and support efforts for animals in crisis due to the March 11 Earthquake and Tsunami in Northern Japan. http://jears.org/ On facebook: http://www.facebook.com/AnimalRescueJapan… Continue reading Japan Earthquake Animal Rescue and Support (JEARS)
“My father and I were discussing how people treat each other these days and we felt it was important that we extend our hand in hopes that a person or family would accept a hand up and come live with us in Florida, USA. We are committed to have a few people share our home… Continue reading A possible temporary home for disaster victims in Florida
Volunteer Work with Warabe Mura Purpose: Cleaning debris and mud out of damaged houses. The work will vary according to the current status of the area. Condition for participation: Strength of mind and body, and self-confidence You are responsible for your safety, welfare, health and valuables at all times. You are responsible for any kind… Continue reading Volunteers Needed to Help People in Tohoku (Departing from Gifu Pref.)
Tasukeai Japan, the disaster relief information portal, has now set up an English language site http://english.tasukeaijapan.jp/ Lots of volunteering updates and links to important sources of information.
Information Session on Relief Volunteering ========================== When: April 28th (Thursday) 5:00-7:00pm Where: Sophia University, Yotsuya Campus; Bldg. #9, room 256 Host: Sophia Intercultural Forum – http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=164894009701 Open to all free of charge!! Two prominent NPOs that have been on the front lines of the Tohoku Disaster are coming to talk about the relief effort, the… Continue reading Information Session on Relief Volunteering – Sophia University
Enoes’s Latest Info on Petrol Stations This is all in Japanese, but phone numbers are listed. For other information, get help from a Japanese speaker.