Why We're Here
On March 11, 2011, a magnitude 9.0 earthquake shook the east coast of Japan, causing one of the greatest natural disasters in the country's history. While a lot of aid has already been given to help the survivors, there is still much to be done. Thousands of people still live in temporary housing across Tohoku, and much of the coastline remains devastated from the tsunami triggered by the quake.
What We've Done
In response to the disaster, CRASH Japan has been working to aid survivors in the Tohoku area, mobilizing volunteers from around the globe, meeting with pastors throughout Japan, and partnering with various churches and organizations to bring hope and healing to Tohoku.
volunteers have worked through CRASH
countries have supported Tohoku through CRASH
survivor-aid programs are being supported by CRASH
To see more of what CRASH has done, read our one-year donor report (.PDF format).
What You Can Do
Despite all of the amazing things God has done through CRASH over the past year, there is still much work to be done. The people of Tohoku still need help, and your support is still needed to make that happen. When you donate, if you want to designate your donation to a specific fund, please indicate that fund by writing it in the Comments section on the following page.
To see where your money goes, please refer to the pie chart below. Please note that this data refers to the time period from March 2011 to October 2012.
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Check donations will be processed and receipted by GLINTS. Please make your checks payable to GLINTS, with “CRASH Japan” noted in the memo section.
Mail your checks to:
P.O. Box 962
Wheaton, IL 60187
All gifts are tax-deductible.