This non-profit website was originally purchased in 2004 by for $10,000. The entire amount of the sale was dedicated to benefitting the victims of the Tsunami disaster in Southeast Asia.

In the wake of the 8.9 magnitude earthquake that shook Japan on Friday March 11, 2011, once again shares the concern of the many donors who feel an urgency to help the victims and their families.

The charitable organizations listed below have recently been updated to ensure that the monies received directly benefit disaster victims as quickly as possible. The links go directly to the charity displayed, so you can be sure that your contribution goes only to those in need.

Salvation Army in Japan

Salvation Army in Japan has three emergency service relief teams operating in areas devastated by the earthquake and tsunami that hit the north-east coast last week. One of the teams is assisting evacuees from regions where there is potential danger because of damaged nuclear power stations.

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Direct Relief International

Direct Relief International provides medical assistance to improve the quality of life for people affected by poverty, disaster, and civil unrest at home and throughout the world. They work to strengthen the in-country health efforts of their partners by providing essential material resources medicines, supplies and equipment.

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AmeriCares is a nonprofit disaster relief and humanitarian aid organization which provides immediate response to emergency medical needs and supports long-term humanitarian assistance programs for all people around the world, irrespective of race, creed or political persuasion.

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Save the Children

Save the Children serves impoverished, marginalized and vulnerable children and families in more than 120 nations. Their programs reach both children and those working to save and improve their lives, including parents, caregivers, community members and members of our partner organizations.

Save the Children has a team in Sendai, one of the worst-affected areas in Japan, establishing an operations base to help the most vulnerable children and their families.

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UNICEF has mobilized aid in Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, the Maldives, India and Sri Lanka to provide relief from the Sumatra earthquake that touched off a series of tsunamis, killing tens of thousands of people and leaving hundreds of thousands of children and their families in serious jeopardy. Well over 75,000 tons of humanitarian aid is on the way in the form of water supplies, emergency health kits, tarpaulins and tents, school supplies and more.

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American Red Cross

Supported by community donations, the American Red Cross is a national network of nearly 900 field units, 1-million volunteers and 36,000 employees dedicated to saving lives and helping people prevent, prepare for and respond to emergencies. The organization annually mobilizes relief to victims of more than 70,000 disasters, aids in international disaster relief and provides life-saving skills training to almost 12 million people. The Red Cross also provides nearly half of the nation's blood supply.

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Global Giving

This project will disburse funds to organizations providing relief and emergency services to victims of the earthquake and tsunami. GlobalGiving is working with International Medical Corps, Save the Children, and other organizations on the ground. Major disasters always require a huge amount of international support to provide relief and long term recovery efforts. In the case of Japan, these initial funds will help both survivors and victims access necessary services.

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