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Wish of the offing earthquake contribution of 2011 Japanese Earthquake and Tsunami

*Follow-up Report for Your Contribution
Because your contribution is made through the Web site, you may wonder whether your money will be donated for sure.
We will explore the way to prove that your donation is reached to an established organization, and we would like to let you know regarding this issue later on.
฿30 ( USD : about 0.99 dlrs ) ( JPY : about 81 yen )
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Send us your message of encouragement from Thailand
You can send us your message of encouragement or post photos through the Facebook or the twitter on the disastrous Kanto-Tohoku Earthquake. You can send your message from anywhere. You can easily support this campagne, even if you can’t afford to donate. We will translate your message of encouragement and post it on the Web.

FaceBook http://www.facebook.com/DeeponFun
Twtter http://twitter.com/#!/Deepon_fun

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We had an in-house discussion on what we can do as an Japanese IT company for the victims of the earthquake, which occurred in March 11. As the result, we decided to call for monetary donations for the victims from Deepon users in the world, including Thailand, Japan and Western countries, and to donate the collected money to organizations that are involved in reconstruction assistance, such as the Japanese Red Cross Society. This time, we would like to set the unit of contribution at 30 bahts.

Please note that your contribution will not be refunded, once it is made.
*We will cover the credit card fee for your donation.

*Organizations to which your donation will be sent.
The Japanese Red Cross Society (http://www.jrc.or.jp/english/index.html)

The Japanese Red Cross Society: It is the only organization that is engaged in Red Cross activity in Japan. The society is engaged in rescue efforts of major disasters both inside and outside Japan. As rescue effort of the 2004 Sumatra Earthquake, the organization sent rescue workers including doctors and nurses to the disaster-stricken area, and worked with the other Red Cross Societies around the world to rescue victims and support the reconstruction effort.

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