In our thoughts and in our prayers

11 03 2011

We have all heard the devastating news of the catastrophic events that occurred in Japan. But it also carried repercussion to other areas of the world such as Hawaii and other countries bordering the Pacific. The consecutive earthquakes and tsunami have devastated many of us. Families, friends, loved ones. We are all praying for them, worried for them, loving them. We can also do our share to help those in need.

Show your support through:

UW’s  Chapter for helping aid Japan:

American Red Cross: go to to donate to Japan Earthquake and Pacific Tsunami or donate $10 by texting REDCROSS to 90999.

Google’s Person Finder: go to Try to find someone you’re looking for. Or supply information about someone who you’ve heard back from.

Convoy of Hope: or text TSUNAMI to 50555 to donate $10.

Salvation Army: Text either the word JAPAN or QUAKE to 80888 to make a $10 donation or call 1-800-SALARMY | Mail checks made out to “Japan Earthquake Relief” to the Salvation Army World Service Office, International Relief Fund, P.O. Box 630728, Baltimore, MD 21263.

Facebook pages:


Paper Cranes for Japan:

Lastly, we want to tell you that in collaboration with Bellevue College, we are making paper cranes for the victims. For more information, please go to the event page:

Furthermore, if you would like to share your story,

Chris Legaros

John Flick

King 5 News
Jake Whittenberg

Please support everyone who as been affected by this disastrous event. Whether it’s donating to the funds or contributing paper cranes. Every contribution counts.

All of you who have been affected by this disaster, you are in our thoughts and prayers.



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