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
How to help earthquake/tsunami victims in Japan from wikiHow http://www.wikihow.com/Help-Earthquake-Victims-in-Japan
” Rescue Japan is a non-profit relief effort working to collect and donate supplies for those affected by the 2011 Tohoku Tsunami and Earthquake. This initiative is a great way for you get involved by donating goods to those in crisis. We are collecting items and monetary donations to send collected supplies directly to the… Continue reading Rescue Japan レスキュージャパン
Web portal maintained by the Australian DFAT, showcasing the contribution of Australians to the relief effort in Japan and connecting Australians who want to help. http://australiahelps.gov.au/japan/
Think tank Daiichi Institute Co., Ltd.（株式会社第一総合研究所）opened a website on March 19, 2011 called 震災ホームステイ(Shinsai Homestay; literally, Disaster Homestay, but meaning Homestay for Disaster Victims. http://www.shinsai-homestay.jp/ The site coordinates information about the availability of vacant houses and vacant rooms that are being made available to disaster victims who are looking for temporary housing. The houses and… Continue reading Shinsai Homestay Matching Site 震災ホームステイ