Wednesday, June 08, 2011

Small Actions, Big Difference

As you know the situation in Japan is not getting any better and basically it is pretty fucked up over there and that is not an understatement. On top of the natural disasters, there are the bad management by both government and TEPCO making the worst situation worse. Despite all this I am still hopeful that Japan will pull through and with the support of people from around the world, it will recover quicker than later.

So to make a long post shorter, I want to suggest a way for all of us to make a small contribution to the recovery of Japan and to help the victims of Japan. It is very simple and it is called Click Donation. Basically you just need to follow the below link and all you need to do is to click on the Help Japan button. And that is it. Once a day, if you click that button a donation of 1 yen will be made on your behalf and you don't even need to make a donation. The key is to keep doing this once a day when you get to office or at your lunch break or when you are checking mail. All it takes it like a minute out of your busy life. We need the constant donation and assistance as the money which was donated initially is drying up fast and this is an easy way to keep donating for the cause. Also if you have a Twitter account then you can do Tweet Donation which is the same thing as well. One click once a day, that is the limit.

You do not need to register or give your personal information (except for the Twitter one, but that is only to link up to Twitter and it does not ask you to fill anything. It takes less than 30 seconds to complete everything) and it is very hassle free. Just try it once and you will see.

So below is the link and I hope that if you can contribute at least once and if you can spread the word to your friends, family or colleague, that will be great. Spread it on Facebook or Twitter or any other internet associated media cos we need all the support we can get.

http://www.unilever-sabd.jp/click/?lang=en

Thank you for your attention, time and support.

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