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The earthquake and tsunami in Japan were devastating (to see before and after satellite pictures click here), but the lasting problems and implications are just beginning. Even though we may seem so far away, there are a lot of different ways to help out, and we put together a list of some of the best lists and some innovative ways to help Japan. Every little bit helps.

The MSNBC blog, Technolog is constantly updating their extensive lists of ways to help. Check out Technolog, Japan's Earthquake: How to Help.

Mashable is helping simplify things and put together a list of 7 simple ways to help. Visit Mashable's Japan Earthquake and Tsunami: 7 simple Ways to Help.

The Huffington Post's list of relief options includes quotes from the organizations you'll be donating to. Read the Huffington Post's How to Help Japan Earthquake Relief Options here.

N.E.E.T. Magazine put together a neat (I'm sure they get that all the time) collection of Charity Shops for Japan, with proceeds from today's purchases going to help relief efforts. See the N.E.E.T. Charity Shops for Japan here.

And there's always the Gaga route found via Jezebel.

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One Response to “Ways to Help Japan”

  1. mimi says:

    I bought a crane mobile via the NEET charity shop. I would pay attention to the proceeds they are donating and try to buy something that donates a higher percentage.

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