lunedì 21 marzo 2011

Giappone: la spiaggia di Minanisoma prima, durante e dopo lo tsunami

Sul sito del quotidiano la Repubblica, questo video che mostra com'era questa spiaggia prima dell'11 marzo, durante lo tsunami e la totale distruzione della costa di Minanisoma, nel nord del Giappone, dopo il passaggio della terrificante onda post terremoto

Come aiutare il Giappone e il suo splendido popolo

Croce Rossa Italiana clicca qui
Nel modulo specificare in alto PRO EMERGENZA GIAPPONE e dona on line con carte Visa, Mastercard, American Express e con PayPal.
Dona per sms alla Croce Rossa Italiana 2 euro inviando un messaggio al numero 45500 da qualsiasi cellulare (TIM, Vodafone, Wind, 3) o da telefono fisso.

Save the Children clicca qui
I bambini sono sempre i più indifesi e meritano la nostra generosità, per donare compilare il modulo

Acquista su ebay e fai beneficienza
(Preferendo chi devolve il 100% del prezzo al Global Giving per il Giappne)
Queste le collane e gli orecchini altered art che ho messo in asta io  per le quali sarà devoluto l'intero importo dell'asta, un gioiello per voi e un aiuto concreto al Giappone:
Altered Art Paper Earrings 1129design for Japan

Altered Art Paper Earrings 1129design for Japan Relief

Altered Art Paper Necklace 1129design for Japan Relief

Lost Minamisanriku Necklace 1129design for Japan Relief
Lady Gaga Japan Earthquake Relief Wristband

Dal blog poppytalk altri modi per aiutare il Giappone

Alicia Bock

Everywhere I turn, I'm seeing more and more artists responding to the disaster in Japan. It's incredibly heartwarming amidst such tragedy. My inbox is filling up with individuals sending out their info, and I would like to do a post here. If you are doing something similar and wish to add yourself to this list, please do so by leaving a comment here in the comments section. Here is what I am aware of so far:

Alicia Bock is giving proceeds from the photographs in this collection to the Red Cross for relief efforts in Japan.

Pinecone Camp is offering 50% off for the month of March on all sales in her etsy shop to the Red Cross.

scottelbot is auctioning a print of this image to help.

Pikaland will be giving 100% of their net profit from the sale of Tokyo-based artist Mogu Takahashi’s Chotto Omoshiroi poster to the International Federation of Red Cross & Red Crescent Society.

20x200 is offering all the proceeds from the print, Shinjukuku 6:43 by by Joseph O. Holmes and Imperial Palace Gardens with Wall, Tokyo, by Emily Shur, benefitJapan Society's Earthquake Relief Fund.

Mike Perry - Buy from his online store and 100% of the money raised will go to help Japan This will go until the end of the month. via Pikaland

The Working Proof and Susan Schwake has teamed up to produce a print where proceeds will go to Médecins Sans Frontières. via Pikaland

Tinyshowcase is raising money via The Rising Sun — a print by by Jesse LeDoux viaPikaland

The students at a local University here (UBC), have created a few ways to raise money. One I particularily love is they are selling paper origami cranes to raise funds. I love the legend that promises anyone who folds a thousand origami cranes will be granted a wish by a crane, such as long life or recovery from illness or injury. Lets hope this legend helps those in need now. Click here for more information on all the ways to help (a comprehensive list).

Check out Handmade for Japan who's mission is to raise money through an online auction on March 24-27 for relief efforts.

Hello Sandwich is selling the PDF of her Hello Sandwich Gift Wrapping for $5 and all money raised will go to the Red Cross to support survivors and rebuild Japan. Clickhere for info, here to view the PDF and here to buy (it's super cute)!. You can also donate through her friends' raffles here and here.

Write for Tohoku (Call for submissions)

Ez from Wren and Chickadee (Creature Comforts) is currently donating 100% of their profits to help the relief efforts in Japan. Click here for more info.

Samantha Hahn has made a watercolor cherry blossom print to benefit Doctors Without Borders who are currently helping people in need during this crisis in Japan. Click here to see.

HEARTS + HANDS is a community effort organized by Lynn Russell of Satsuma Press. In 48 hours, fifty independent artists and studios have agreed to donate prizes for the raffle – and that list is still growing. Raffle tickets are for sale now at for $10 each.  
100% of the proceeds from the HEARTS + HANDS raffle will be donated to relief efforts in Japan in the aftermath of the March 11th earthquake and tsunami.

1 commento:

  1. Oddio!... è una cosa assurda.. sembra quasi un film.. eppure purtroppo è a triste realtà :(.


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