Because of the Japan Earthquake and Tsunami nearly 15,000 people died and a lot of damage happened to Japan.One more dangerous thing about Japan is the reactor at the Fukushima nuclear power plant is tending to explode.This is the most dangerous crisis ever happened in the Japan and the world.
Now this is the time for us to help the people of Japan.To help we don’t need to go to Japan and help them.We can help them from Social Media.Here are the best 7 ways to help Japan Earthquake and Tsunami people.
1.Send a Message
You can help by sending a message REDCROSS to 90999.Each message will provide $10 valuable amount to the Japan Crisis from American Red Cross for Japan Earthquake relief.
American National Red Cross launched a campaign on facebook to help the effected people of Japan Crisis.They aimed to raise an amount of $50,000.So far $44,450 amount raised and 1,192 people donated.You can donate from $10 to $500.
3.By “Like”ing a Facebook Page
4.Buy Virtual Goods in City Ville, Farm Ville and Frontier Ville
Zynga, known for its social fund raising campaigns has partnered with Save the Children’s Japan Earthquake Tsunami Emergency Fund to get its users to donate money through the purchase of virtual goods in CityVille,FrontierVille, FarmVille and its other games.
100% of the proceeds from the purchase of sweet potatoes in CityVille, radishes in FarmVille or kobe cows inFrontierVille will go towards Save the Children’s efforts to provide relief in the Pacific. The world’s largest social gaming company is shooting to raise $2 million for relief efforts.
You can also help using your twitter account.You can tweet any good fund raising news or important news related to the following hash tags will help the people to get right information.
Here are some key hashtags to remember:
- #Jishin: focuses around general earthquake information
- #Anpi: a hashtag for the confirmation of the safety of individuals or places
- #Hinan: Evacuation information
- #311care: a hashtag regarding medical information for the victims
- #PrayforJapan: A general hashtag for support and best wishes for victims of the crisis
6.Placing Some Code On Your Website
By placing a few lines of code on your website you can help the people.
If you run a website and want to get your customers or users involved in relief efforts, all you need to do is embed a simple snippet of code.
The Hello Bar places a simple message at the top of your website with just a few lines of code. The service, which is in private beta, has decided to open its doors to anybody willing to help the victims of the crisis in Japan.
Simply sign up with the invite code “helpjapan” and you can quickly get the code snippet you need to embed a customized Hello Bar that will drive donations.
7.Donate using iTunes
Apple is also dedicating resources to the crisis in Japan. They have created a simple donation page in iTunes[iTunes link] that makes it simple to donate anywhere from $5 to $200 to the Red Cross with just a few clicks.