Thursday, March 17, 2011

Infants facing a life and death crisis

The infants in Iwaki City and Shirakawa City (Fukushima Pref.) are starved. The people in the areas have been left behind by media coverage and haven't received any relief goods. They are desperate for diapers, milk, water, foods, sanitary napkins, futon and clothes. I’m in Kuji City (Fukushima Pref.) which was also affected by the disaster, but I want those infants to be saved as soon as possible. They are facing a life and death crisis. This is an emergency.  Please let people know about this.


  1. Which charity is best? There are many.... I wish I could help directly.

  2. Here is the list:
    How to help:
    Japan Society (212) 832-1155 33 East 47th Street, New York, NY 10017

    NYC Mayor's Fund to Advance NYC (212) 788-7794 253 Broadway, 8th Floor, New York, NY 10007

    UNICEF United States Fund 800.FOR.KIDS (1.800.367.5437)

    American Red Cross International Services' Response to Japan Tsunami
(800) RED-CROSS 
American Red Cross
PO Box 4002018
Des Moines, IA, 50340-2018

    Doctors Without Borders Response to Japanese Earthquake and Tsunami 
(888) 392-0392 
Doctors Without Borders USA
PO Box 5030; Hagerstown, MD 21741

    International Medical Corps's Response to Japan Tsunami 
(800) 481-4462 
International Medical Corps
1919 Santa Monica Blvd Suite 400
Santa Monica, CA, 90404

    Salvation Army World Service Office's Response to Japan Tsunami 
(800) SAL-ARMY 
The Salvation Army World Service Office
International Relief Fund 
P.O. Box 630728
Baltimore, MD, 21263-072800

    Save the Children's Response to Japan Tsunami 
(800) 728-3843 54
Wilton Road 
Westport, CT, 06880