A collection of artwork made in the hope of raising money for Japan after the earthquake and tsunami on 11th March 2011

Click on a design to find out where you can buy it or click on one of the links above to donate

Ways to Help Japan

inallure:


Lady Gaga is offering this wristband with the tagline “We Pray For Japan.” The plain wristband is only $5, but you can make another donation by adding up to $100 + your wristband! This item will ship on or around March 25, 2011.

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jolycious:

and yes. i made it with some ideas from my friends..
#HelpJapan

jolycious:

and yes. i made it with some ideas from my friends..

#HelpJapan

martincraster:


Please Help Japan ScreenPrint.
Would any one be interested?
Did this from the inspiration of a poster I posted earlier. I’m thinking of print screening 50 of these and selling for about £5 all money will go towards Japan. 
Idea : My idea behind this was to use the Japan flag, but instead of the circle I used a broken heart. Japan is a well respected country, which this has affected millions of people, in and out of Japan. 

martincraster:

Please Help Japan ScreenPrint.

Would any one be interested?

Did this from the inspiration of a poster I posted earlier. I’m thinking of print screening 50 of these and selling for about £5 all money will go towards Japan. 

Idea : My idea behind this was to use the Japan flag, but instead of the circle I used a broken heart. Japan is a well respected country, which this has affected millions of people, in and out of Japan. 

piecesofbree:

My talented graphic designer friend, Andrew Ames designed these shirts and 100% of the proceeds are going to the Red Cross to help relief efforts in Japan! 
Click on the above image to visit the gryphony website, buy a tshirt  and spread the word!

piecesofbree:

My talented graphic designer friend, Andrew Ames designed these shirts and 100% of the proceeds are going to the Red Cross to help relief efforts in Japan!

Click on the above image to visit the gryphony website, buy a tshirt  and spread the word!

robospeaks:

help japan

robospeaks:

help japan

escapekit:

Another Help Japan poster

escapekit:

Another Help Japan poster

piancapink:

The the American and the Philippine Red Cross are taking donations by SMS, which the Red Cross piloted  after the earthquake in Haiti last year. For donations from the US, text  REDCROSS to 90999 to make a $10 donation. In the Philippines text  REDAMOUNT to 2899, or DONATEAMOUNT4-digit M-PINREDCROSS to 2882 for  Globe subscribers, and REDON to 4483 for Smart subscribers.

piancapink:

The the American and the Philippine Red Cross are taking donations by SMS, which the Red Cross piloted after the earthquake in Haiti last year. For donations from the US, text REDCROSS to 90999 to make a $10 donation. In the Philippines text REDAMOUNT to 2899, or DONATEAMOUNT4-digit M-PINREDCROSS to 2882 for Globe subscribers, and REDON to 4483 for Smart subscribers.

tek1nowblog:

Help Japan

tek1nowblog:

Help Japan

tofzapanta:

Help Japan.
Drop by http://bit.ly/dWIiVc to Donate OnlineDonate to Red Cross in Facebook:http://www.causes.com/campaigns/154523You can also donate through Paypal:https://www.paypal-donations.com/campaign_12.html

tofzapanta:

Help Japan.

Drop by http://bit.ly/dWIiVc to Donate Online
Donate to Red Cross in Facebook:
http://www.causes.com/campaigns/154523
You can also donate through Paypal:
https://www.paypal-donations.com/campaign_12.html

nickystrings:

The world has sprung into action to help Japan recover from a devastating earthquake and subsequent tsunami, please donate if you can!

nickystrings:

The world has sprung into action to help Japan recover from a devastating earthquake and subsequent tsunami, please donate if you can!

plussixfivepsf:

AID FOR JAPAN
The devastating earthquake and tsunami in Japan has left the country  with thousands dead, and thousands more mourning. Having been hit by one  of the largest earthquakes ever recorded, this disaster is already  becoming one of the most expensive in history and it could get worse  with the situation on the Fukushimi power plant.
Now, we all know every  little bit counts, so here are just a few of the ways you could help the  victims by just the click of your mouse.
1. Buy a Poster
W+K Studio has designed a print to raise relief funds and are asking for a  donation  of at least $25 per print, with 100% of  the profits going to  the  relief effort. The W+K Studio Tokyo office is still deciding which NPO the  funds will be going to.
2. Text to Donate
The American Red Cross has once again launched a texting campaign to raise money for relief  efforts in the Pacific region.  Last year, the American Red Cross was able to    through simple text donations. If you would like to donate to the American Red Cross for Japan Earthquake Relief, just text REDCROSS to 90999.  Each text   will provide $10 towards the Red Cross’s humanitarian efforts.
3. Donate via Facebook
The American Red Cross has also   to raise at least $25,000 for relief  efforts.  By logging in to The Red Cross Facebook, you can donate anywhere from $10 to  $500 to help Tsunami victims and  their families. As of publishing time, the Causes campaign has raised  over $40,000 from over 1,000 donors and 3,000 promoters.
4. Buy Virtual Goods
Virtual sweet potatoes and the Japanese  Tsunami may not seem related,  but buying digital crops could help  children affected by the  earthquake. Zynga, known for its effective social good campaigns, has partnered with Save the Children’s Japan Earthquake Tsunami Emergency Fund to get its users to donate money through the purchase of virtual goods in CityVille, FrontierVille, FarmVille and its other games.
100% of the proceeds from the purchase of sweet potatoes in CityVille, radishes in FarmVille or kobe cows in FrontierVille will go towards Save the Children’s efforts to provide relief in the Pacific.  The world’s largest social gaming company is shooting to raise $2 million for relief efforts. Zynga over the last few years with these types of social good campaigns, most notably for the relief efforts in Haiti.
5. Embed Some Code
If you run a website and want to get  your customers or users involved  in relief efforts, all you need to do  is embed a simple snippet of  code. The   places a simple message at the  top of your website with just a  few lines of code.  The service, which  is in private beta, has decided  to open its doors to anybody willing  to help the victims of the crisis  in Japan. Simply sign up with the  invite code “helpjapan” and  you can quickly get the  code snippet you need to embed a customized  Hello Bar that will drive  donations. Check out   for more instructions  on how to add the donation  bar to the top of your website.
6. Ways to Help on Twitter
Harness the power of your Twitter account to do some good for the people of Japan. Earlier this morning, Twitter detailing ways you can help with the  relief efforts.  Not only have  they updated Japan’s mobile website with  the latest information on the  disaster, but they have also published a  list of hashtags to tweet  and/or follow related to the crisis.
Here are some key hashtags to remember:
#Jishin: focuses around general earthquake information
#Anpi: a hashtag for the confirmation of the safety of individuals or places
#Hinan: Evacuation information
#311care: a hashtag regarding medical information for the victims
#PrayforJapan: A general hashtag for support and best wishes for victims of the crisis
7. Donate via iTunes
Apple is also  . Donate anywhere from $5 to $200 via iTunes and the proceeds will go to the Red Cross with just a  few clicks.

plussixfivepsf:

AID FOR JAPAN

The devastating earthquake and tsunami in Japan has left the country with thousands dead, and thousands more mourning. Having been hit by one of the largest earthquakes ever recorded, this disaster is already becoming one of the most expensive in history and it could get worse with the situation on the Fukushimi power plant.

Now, we all know every little bit counts, so here are just a few of the ways you could help the victims by just the click of your mouse.

1. Buy a Poster

W+K Studio has designed a print to raise relief funds and are asking for a donation of at least $25 per print, with 100% of the profits going to the relief effort. The W+K Studio Tokyo office is still deciding which NPO the funds will be going to.

2. Text to Donate

The American Red Cross has once again launched a texting campaign to raise money for relief efforts in the Pacific region. Last year, the American Red Cross was able to through simple text donations. If you would like to donate to the American Red Cross for Japan Earthquake Relief, just text REDCROSS to 90999. Each text will provide $10 towards the Red Cross’s humanitarian efforts.

3. Donate via Facebook

The American Red Cross has also to raise at least $25,000 for relief efforts. By logging in to The Red Cross Facebook, you can donate anywhere from $10 to $500 to help Tsunami victims and their families. As of publishing time, the Causes campaign has raised over $40,000 from over 1,000 donors and 3,000 promoters.

4. Buy Virtual Goods

Virtual sweet potatoes and the Japanese Tsunami may not seem related, but buying digital crops could help children affected by the earthquake. Zynga, known for its effective social good campaigns, has partnered with Save the Children’s Japan Earthquake Tsunami Emergency Fund to get its users to donate money through the purchase of virtual goods in CityVille, FrontierVille, FarmVille and its other games.

100% of the proceeds from the purchase of sweet potatoes in CityVille, radishes in FarmVille or kobe cows in FrontierVille will go towards Save the Children’s efforts to provide relief in the Pacific. The world’s largest social gaming company is shooting to raise $2 million for relief efforts. Zynga over the last few years with these types of social good campaigns, most notably for the relief efforts in Haiti.

5. Embed Some Code

If you run a website and want to get your customers or users involved in relief efforts, all you need to do is embed a simple snippet of code. The places a simple message at the top of your website with just a few lines of code. The service, which is in private beta, has decided to open its doors to anybody willing to help the victims of the crisis in Japan. Simply sign up with the invite code “helpjapan” and you can quickly get the code snippet you need to embed a customized Hello Bar that will drive donations. Check out for more instructions on how to add the donation bar to the top of your website.

6. Ways to Help on Twitter

Harness the power of your Twitter account to do some good for the people of Japan. Earlier this morning, Twitter detailing ways you can help with the relief efforts. Not only have they updated Japan’s mobile website with the latest information on the disaster, but they have also published a list of hashtags to tweet and/or follow related to the crisis.

Here are some key hashtags to remember:

  • #Jishin: focuses around general earthquake information
  • #Anpi: a hashtag for the confirmation of the safety of individuals or places
  • #Hinan: Evacuation information
  • #311care: a hashtag regarding medical information for the victims
  • #PrayforJapan: A general hashtag for support and best wishes for victims of the crisis

7. Donate via iTunes

Apple is also . Donate anywhere from $5 to $200 via iTunes and the proceeds will go to the Red Cross with just a few clicks.

thisisthesam:

 
my piece of work to help japan. i’ve titled it ’rebuild’
they will be printed in limited numbers and sold, in which all money will go to Japan and help such a tragic event.
have a look and maybe purchase here :)

thisisthesam:

my piece of work to help japan. i’ve titled it ’rebuild’

they will be printed in limited numbers and sold, in which all money will go to Japan and help such a tragic event.

have a look and maybe purchase here :)

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moncorpuz:

Reblog to rebuild.

moncorpuz:

Reblog to rebuild.

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