Things you can do for Japan now

March 14, 2011 at 11:47 am Leave a comment

Donation (Pittsburgh area) to www.brothersbrother.org
Pittsburgh based Brothers Brother has set up a website for donation to provide needed financial relief.  BBF has been noted as one of the five most efficient charities with a 100% rating in both fundraising efficiency and charitable commitment by Forbes Magazine since 2000 to 2009.
To make a donation go to www.brothersbrother.org or call BBF at 412-321-3160.
Please make sure to write down “For Japan” on your check when you make donation, and say “For Japan” if you make donation by phone.

Send message to savelibrary at arg.editor@gmail.com
Japanese librarians and information specialists set up a Wiki: savelibrary – Information of Libraries affected disaster and how to aid.
http://www45.atwiki.jp/savelibrary/pages/41.html (in Japanese)
There is a page “We are not alone – messages from the World” in this Wiki.
Please send your message in Japanese or English to Japanese who are fighting for rebuilding libraries, which are important part of communication infrastructures. Email address is arg.editor@gmail.com.

Getting more information
NHK online by USREAM
English http://www.ustream.tv/channel/nhk-world-tvcom
Japanese http://www.ustream.tv/channel/nhk-gtv

Twitter #jishinlib http://twitter.com/#!/search?q=%23jishinlib

LibGuides by Sharon Domier, UMass
http://guides.library.umass.edu/jpnearthquake

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