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Those poor people!
EVERYONE is going to be doing a fundraiser or having a plea for you to give your money to them, to help out Japan.
If you are going to donate ANY money to an area of crisis, do it through the church charities! Lutheran World Relief or Catholic World Relief gives 95% of the funds donated to the actual cause versus many other organizations that are administrative heavy and suck up a lot of that money.
That means $.95 of every $1.00 makes it to the people who really need it. People who have no access to drinking water, food, or even a change of clothes instead of an office worker in the USA.
Thanks for listening, and remember, a little prayer for them wouldn’t hurt either.