How to help those in Japan without spending a dime

It’s hard to watch the news. People are dead and dying, without homes and hope. Especially right now, the Japanese have caught our attention. If we could, we would fly there ourselves and give our hearts and our help.

For most of us, the help will need to come in other ways. Here are 10 good projects that can significantly aid the Japanese people.

1. Donate blood at a local blood drive. There is illness, disease and trauma. Your donation here will make more donations available there. Imagine the hope you will give to those who need blood to survive. Contact the American Red Cross today, and give a precious and personal commodity — your own blood.

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