Give to Disaster Relief--Japan Earthquake and Tsunami
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Japan – PDA Index of Response
Response to the March 2011 earthquake and tsunami continues, including training in sustainable agriculture and continuing support for evacuees; includes CWS video trailer.
Families continue to recover from the devastating March 11 tsunami. Tens of thousands still live in evacuation centers or temporary shelters. Report includes link to a summary of PDA supported activities in cooperation with CWS.
Response continues to support evacuees; includes information from OCHA, mission partner Yogodawa Christian Hospital, and survivors
Response continues; CWS staff member Takeshi Komino reflects on his visit to his home country
Relief operations and assistance for evacuees continue; electricity being restored; water and vegetables contaminated – March 25, 2011.
Responding to multiple disasters; how gifts are being used
Tsunami hits Japan and threatens the U.S. pacific coast March 11, 2011: initial report; includes contact information for relatives seeking information about the welfare of loved ones.
Press Release – for communicators to share about response to the multiple disasters in Japan
Appeal postcard and bulletin insert (color and black and white) – When they call to me, I will answer them - Ps. 91:15; Earthquake. Tsunami. Nuclear meltdown. Any one of these disasters could be catastrophic. Download and print the appeal card or bulletin insert as needed.
Call to Prayer issued by PC(USA) leaders for those impacted by the earthquake and tsunami.
Worship Resources in Times of Disaster – compiled by the Office of Theology and Worship.
- God We’ve Known Such Grief and Anger
- Whatever You Do
- O Mighty God, So Strong To Save – lyrics and sheet music and lyrics
Presbyterian Mission work in Japan – information about mission work and partnerships in Japan
Mission Connections – information about mission coworkers in Japan
Families of U.S. travelers abroad may contact the State Department at (888) 407-4747 to check on family members traveling in disaster-affected areas.