Our first fundraiser!

Donuts everybody? ドーナツ、いかがですか?
One doughnut won't hurt! 
Please come by and support our first fundraiser!

The fundraiser will be held in Bremerton, Bremer Student Center
in Olympic College campus on April 4(Mon) and 5(Tue),
8:30~15:00(until sold out, limited number of donuts)!
You can get the Krispy Kream donuts without drive to over side of sound!



We can't wait to see you then!

Thank you very much for your support!

Please Save Japan!


Everyone must know about the earthquake in Japan.

I certainly understand this is not the only disaster in the world, however, Japan is my country where I was born, where my family still lives. I watch the news from Japan all day long, despairing over every scene, feel guilty to be away from there; wondering what I can do.

The disaster area is suffering from lack of food, water, gas, blankets, diapers for baby and elders, baby formula, sanitary products, and other basic necessities. Even in the area where the quake didn't impact directly, supplies, food and gas are running out, people still have fear for after shocks.

Japan battles to prevent a nuclear catastrophe and to care for the millions without power and water in it's worst crisis wince WWII, after the huge earthquake and tsunami that killed more than 10,000 people.

The U.S. troops and other volunteer groups arrived right after the earthquake and are still helping.
Thank you America!

Japan seems to be devastated now. But, they will overcome.
And it will be easier with your support!!!

Every oak has been an acorn

Your "change" makes BIG "change" in Japan!

The American Red Cross accepts donations via text message.
Text "redcross" to 90999, and you can make a $10 donation to the organization. It will show up on your next mobile phone bill.
You can donate with PayPal to Red Cross Japan
Here are more ways to help victims of the earthquake and tsunami in Japan and others throughout the Pacific:

If you wanna see Japan, here. (NHK: Japanese TV streaming in English)


Stay close:
A mother holds her child as aftershocks rattle a ward office in Sendai on Saturday. KYODO PHOTO

- from tweeter

"I received an email from my Korean friend: "The only country to have experienced nuclear attacks. The country that lost the WWII. The country that suffers from typhoons every year and the earthquakes. However, isn't Japan the country that always stood up and overcame such difficulties? Gambare. Gambare.(Hang on in there.) " FYI, I am crying right now."


"Last night when I was tired out waiting for the train at the station, the homeless people gave me one of their cardboards to prevent the cold... even though we usually ignore them in daily life... So warm."


"My two year old was putting his shoes on himself saying "I'm going to go arrest the Earthquake!" I realized that inside a tiny body, there is a lot of courage and Justice. Everyone, lets stand strong and get through this.


MORE ---->> http://prayforjapan.jp/tweet_en.html

Thank you for reading this all.

Topic : Help Victims of Japan Disaster
Genre : Volunteer

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