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Nintendo, Namco and Sony Donate to Earthquake Fund

Posted by TurtleGirl On March - 14 - 2011

As nations from around the world watching from afar the devastation of the Earthquake that’s have hit Japan, it’s hard to begin to imagine what the country must be going through, the shock and horror and losing of friends and relatives. Our thoughts and prayers are with the Japanese people that have suffered on such a devastating level.
 

Hopefully we can all pull together to help Japan in their greatest time of need. Publishers have started to announce donations and campaigns to support Friday’s earthquake. Nintendo have made a donation of 300 million yen, Namco Bandai a donation of 100 million yen through it’s parent group and Sony have donated 300 million yen and 30, 000 radios. Other publishers have made donations towards the relief effort.
 

You can make donations to the following organizations
 

American Red Cross
 

Save the Children
 

Shelter Box
 

International Medical Corps
 

Please donate  as this money raised can be used for aid,  logistical support for food, water, structural engineers and relief equipment
 

Via Famitsu

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