Pray for Japan times like this we got to stick together, real talk. God bless everyone affected by the earthquake & Tsunami.
Don’t fall for people’s scams to donate for Japan …
Below you will see all the list of the organizations accepting donations :
The Red Cross is accepting donations online or via text message. Text REDCROSS to 90999 to donate $10 from your phone (they use a two-SMS confirmation system).
Apple is also accepting donations on behalf of The Red Cross via iTunes.
The Salvation Army is accepting donations online or by texting JAPAN or QUAKE to 80888 to make a $10 donation.
International Medical Corps is accepting donations to their emergency-relief fund via its site,
ShelterBox is a UK-based organization that delivers large utility boxes each containing a shelter and other emergency-relief tools. Their website is organized by country; US residents can donate via this page.
Doctors Without Borders is now working in Japan, setting up mobile clinics in areas rendered unaccessible by road by the Quake and Tsunami. They’re accepting donations online.
Capcom is donating all proceeds from sales of Street Fighter IV for iPhone during the period March 15 – 22 (this in addition to a lump sum donation from the company).
Facebook’s Global Disaster Relief “Causes” page lists a number of organizations and individuals who have set up giving programs you can participate in. Note that this page also serves as a news feed for disaster-related stories, so you’ll have to do some sifting to find ways to give.
Social gaming juggernaut Zynga is donating proceeds from sales of a number of new FarmVille, CityVille and other in-game items. They’ve also set up a page for online donations to the Japan Earthquake Tsunami Children in Emergency Fund.
Groupon is offering a way to donate to International Medical Corps’ relief efforts in Japan.
HelpAttack has organized Facebook and Twitter-based giving to the Red Cross via its site.
SXSW is going on right now in Austin, TX. A Japan relief aid fund (proceeds to Red Cross) has been organized around the conference – you can donate online at sxsw4.japan.org