Japan Relief

Wei Ting Jen intewig at gmail.com
Tue Mar 22 12:34:38 EDT 2011

A friend wrote this essay on disaster relief, which has unexpectedly ended
up widely circulated in the Japanese blogosphere, with 800+ comments at last

It's called "For the well-intentioned youths who 'want to do something' for
the refugees" $BHo:R<T$NLr$KN)$A$?$$$H9M$($F$$$kM%$7$$<c<T$?$A$X!AKM$N at u$O$+$J7P83CL!I(B


On Tue, Mar 22, 2011 at 10:31 PM, Kyoko Omori <komori at hamilton.edu> wrote:

> Hi all,
> Somebody else might have already mentioned this, but I hear that a website
> called "Charity Navigator" is one of the most reliable sources when you want
> to find out how much of your donation actually goes to Japan.
> http://www.charitynavigator.org/index.cfm?bay=content.view&cpid=1221
> Click on the listed organizations, and you will see organizational
> efficiency and other helpful information.
> Best,
> Kyoko
> ================================
> Kyoko Omori
> Associate Professor, Japanese Program
> East Asian Languages and Literatures Department
> Hamilton College
> 198 College Hill Road
> Clinton, NY 13323  USA
> 315-859-4866
> komori at hamilton.edu
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