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visit http://www.ever-ours.com or

http://www.utterlyengaged.com

donate here: http://www.firstgiving.com/fundraiser/utterly-engaged/shelter-box-usa

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please consider donating to the relief effort in japan. here are some other opportunities to donate:

http://hopeforjapanbyella.blogspot.com/

Saddened by the earthquake and tsunami, Ella (age 6) created a piece of art and wrote the word “hope” in Japanese on it. She is selling prints of her art to help those affected by the earthquake in Japan and tsunami throughout the Pacific.” See Ella’s appeal here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=09ohStF1Fcc&feature=player_embedded

 

http://www.myballard.com/2011/03/17/buttons-for-japan-fundraiser-and-more/

Laura Bee Designs (6418 20th Avenue NW) has launched a “Buttons for Japan” fundraiser to raise $1,500 by April 15th for Mercy Corps, a northwest-based disaster relief non-profit. The buttons are made out of origami paper and sold in sets of four for $8. Mercy Corps will receive $7 from each order. Shipping is free for this fundraiser. “Each pin will ship with a small tag explaining the fundraiser, making it perfect for sharing with friends and loved ones,” Laura Buzard writes on her site. You can order buttons here or buy them in the store.”

 

http://www.jhilldesign.com/products/tokyo-city-print

“Tokyo, Japan

I originally did this design back in 2005 and never did much with it thereafter, but now is the perfect time to bring it out.
A massive 8.9/9.0 magnitude earthquake hit the Pacific Ocean nearby Northeastern Japan at around 2:46pm on March 11 (JST) causing damage with blackouts, fire and tsunami.
We are donating the profits ($13) from the sale of each print to the charity Doctors Without Borders to aid in helping those affected by this devastating natural disaster.”

 

http://livingsocial.com/deals/32115?msc_id=27&ref=addthis-share2-8439899&rpi=8439899

also–livingsoical.com will match your $5 donation to the American Red Cross. $1.9 million has already been collected for the effort.

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